Please feel free to ask for any specific information you would like to know about arriving to WHO. Here are some usefull facts/links on how to arrive to Zagreb.
WHO 2017 will be even easer to reach than ever. A new airport was opened in Zagreb. The Franjo Tuđman Airport is equipped with all the services needed for a comfortable arrival included but not limited to bars and restaurants, money exchange and rent a car services and free wi-fi.
There are several daily direct flights to Zagreb from all major airport hubs – Munich, Vienna, Frankfurt, Paris, London, Istanbul, Budapest, Amsterdam, Rome, Doha and Dubai through regular fare airlines.
Low cost airlines flying to and from Zagreb include Monarch, Eurowings… Ryanair and Easy jet fly to other cities in Croatia too (be sure to check the transport to Zagreb too). Additionally, Ljubljana airport is only 90 minutes drive away from Zagreb and transfer can easily be arranged so you can freely use this airport if you find it more convenient.
Zagreb can be reached by train from all of Europe, use the following link to see availability (destination station should be Zagreb Glavni Kolodvor) – International train schedule
If you prefer traveling by bus or on the budget Flixbus opened its services in Croatia connecting Zagreb to all the Europe’s capitals including direct lines to Vienna, Budapest and Munchen. Tickets are available online.
Croatia recognizes multiple entry Schengen visa as a valid entry visa. However, we are not part of the Schengen area so visas for Croatia are not valid in the entire EU. For more visa information please visit Ministry of foreign affairs website.
Through past experiences we have developed a very good working relationship with the ministry so please feel free to ask for any help in securing valid visa documents.