Croatia Airlines - Flights from Brussels

Flights from Brussels


 

Conditions

  • Fare family: Fly Easy
  • Hand baggage: 1 piece up to 8 kg (max.dimensions 115 cm)
  • IMPORTANT!!! Checked baggage: not included in the price

    It is possible to pay for checking in your bag. Alternatively, you can opt for a higher fare family, including checked baggage. More information on fare families and baggage policy can be found here

  • The prices refer to Croatia Airlines return flights and include airport taxes and the Ticket Service Charge for purchase on our website.
  • Additional charge applies for ticket purchase at Croatia Airlines sales offices or over the phone.
  • Ticket sales: indefinite
  • Travel period: indefinite (more seats available in March and April)
  • Minimum stay:  3 days or weekend
  • Maximum stay: -
  • Changes: permitted and additionally charged
  • Refund: not permitted (except for a part of airport taxes charges)
  • The number of seats available at the above given prices are limited on each flight.
  • Prices can vary due to changes of airport taxes.

Also included in the price:

  • food and drinks
  • web check-in
  • accrual of miles in Miles & More or any other Star Alliance frequent flyer programme

Travel to Croatia from Brussels by plane

Travel to Croatia with Croatia Airlines.

Fly from Brussels to one of these cities: Zagreb, Pula, Zadar, Split or Dubrovnik. Book your flight on our official website or at any Croatia Airlines sales office in city centers or at the airport. Web check-in is available between 36 hours and up to one hour prior to scheduled departure time. You can also check in at the departure airport 120 minutes before take off. Book your affordable flight on time.

Additional services included in the price of the ticket

The price of the flight ticket includes food and drinks served on board, as well as web check-in and accrual of miles in Miles & More or any other Star Alliance frequent flyer programme. You will also find your personal copy of our inflight magazine CROATIA on board. The magazine promotes Croatian cultural and historical heritage, as well as current events, but also presents you with Croatia Airlines destinations and many other interesting and entertaining topics.

Airports in Croatia

If you fly from Brussels to Croatia you will land at one of these five airports: Franjo Tuđman Airport Zagreb, Zadar Airport, Pula Airport, Split Airport or Dubrovnik Airport. Find out about the connections between these airports and the cities.

Franjo Tuđman Airport Zagreb

Franjo Tuđman Airport Zagreb is the main international airport of Croatia and is situated 12 km from the city centre of Zagreb. There is one terminal at Zagreb Airport which offers a Duty free shop, several restaurants and coffee shops, ATMs and a business lounge. Zagreb city center is easily accessible by shuttle bus, taxi or rent-a-car from the airport.

Pula Airport

Pula Airport is an international airport, located only 6 km from Pula city center. Pula Airport has a coffee bar which serves all kinds of drinks and some food. There is also a Duty free shop where passengers can buy plenty of goods for fair prices. Pula city center is accessible by shuttle bus, taxi or rent-a-car from the airport. Shuttle bus also goes to Umag, Rovinj, Porec, Fazana, Rabac, Novigrad and Medulin.

Zadar Airport

Zadar Airport is an international airport, located 8 km from the city centre of Zadar, in Zemunik Donji. Zadar Airport has a snack bar Sunset where you can buy coffee, fresh sandwiches, cakes, cigarettes and telephone cards. There is also a Duty free shop where you can find famous fashion brands. Zadar city centre is accessible by bus, taxi or rent-a-car from the airport. One- way bus ticket price is 25kn (app. 3€).

Split Airport

Split Airport is located in the town of Kaštela, 24 km from Split. Split Airport is also known as Resnik Airport. From Resnik to Split you can get by bus, taxi or rent-a-car. While you are waiting for the bus or taxi, you can go to the Duty free shop and do some shopping. Along with a variety of products, some original Croatian products such as famous Croatian wines, virgin olive oil etc. can be bought there.

Dubrovnik Airport

Dubrovnik Airport is located approximately 16 km from the city center of Dubrovnik. It is also known as Čilipi Airport and has one terminal. Dubrovnik city center is accessible by bus (Platanus travel agency or public bus transportation), taxi or rent-a-car. While you are waiting for the bus, you can eat something at the airport restaurant, relax in a coffee bar or buy something in one of the shops at Dubrovnik Airport.



What to visit in Croatia

If you are traveling from Brussels to Croatia with Croatia Airlines, you will land at an airport in one of these five cities: Zagreb, Pula, Zadar, Split or Dubrovnik. While you are there, you could discover the place.

What to visit in Zagreb

Zagreb is the capital and the largest city of Croatia. This city has a rich history and many sights to see. Nature lovers should visit Nature Park Medvednica which was founded in 1981. It is placed on the slopes of the beautiful Mount Medvednica and its highest peak is Sljeme. Sights in Zagreb that are a must include: Croatian Museum of Naive art, The Mimara Museum, Archaeological Museum, Park Maksimir, Jarun Lake, Mirogoj Cemetery, The Tower of Lotrscak, Andautonia Archaeological Park, Ban Jelacic Square and the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

What to visit in Pula

Pula is the largest city on the Istrian peninsula. As a city rich in history, Pula has many attractions that you should visit. The most famous attraction of Pula is the Arena – the sixth largest amphitheatre in the world. Visit subterranean caverns in Arena where the Romans kept wild animals together with the Christians. Today the Arena is an outdoor concert venue with music and theatre programmes. Sights you should visit while you are in Pula are: The Gate of Hercules (dating from the 1st century), The twin Gates, Archaeological Museum of Istria, The Temple of Augustus, The Arch of the Sergii, The historical Museum of Istria and The Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas.

What to visit in Zadar

Zadar is located on the Dalmatian coast and has a very rich history. The most famous attraction that you should visit in Zadar are the Old City Walls. The Venetians built the walls in the 16th century as a defense against the Turks. You should also visit Land Gate (built in 1543) which has the relief of the emblem of Venice and other interesting features. Other must-see attractions in Zadar are: The Sea Organ, The Greeting to the Sun (a light installation on the waterfront), an exhibition of church inventory called The Gold and Silver of Zadar, The Museum of Ancient Glass, The Zadar Cathedral and The Roman Forum.

What to visit in Split

Split is the second largest city in Croatia, situated on the Adriatic coast. Split has many historical attractions that are a must for any visitor. The most popular attraction is Diocletian's Palace. More than 1700 years old, the palace is one of the most important pieces of architectural heritage of the Roman Empire. Other attractions that you should visit in Split are: The Vranjača cave, Marjan Forest Park, Ivan Meštrović Gallery, The city stadium at Poljud, Riva (Split waterfront), The statue of Gregory of Nin, The Silver Gate, The Bronze Gate and The Gallery of Fine Arts.

What to visit in Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is situated on the south of the Adriatic Sea coast. Dubrovnik has many attractions that are a must, and the most famous attraction are the 2 km long city walls. They have five forts, three entrances and sixteen towers and bastions. If you walk along the walls for 2 km, you will see all the main sights of Dubrovnik. Other attractions in Dubrovnik include: Stradun (the main street in Dubrovnik), Fort Lovrijenac, The Old Harbour, The Pile Gate and The Cathedral of the Assumption.



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