Zagreb International Airport is located near the capital of Croatia – Zagreb. It is the main international airport of the country that meets most of the Croatia’s visitors. It is located at the suburb of Pleso and is the primary hub of the croatian national carrier – Croatia Airlines. There's only one terminal at Zagreb airport. Every year two million travelers land at the Zagreb Airport.
Zagreb is the capital city of Croatia. Placed in the Pannonian Plain near the river Sava it is surrounded by diverse landscape at the foot of Medvednica mountain. Zagreb is located on a major European crossroads and this always has predetermined its appearance. The city has ancient roots – it is almost two thousand years old, but nowadays possesses modern and interesting look.
If you are a U.S. citizen and will travel to Croatia there are some things you need to know. Croatia is not a member of the European Union, but it is a candidate for EU membership and is expected to join in 2013. This means that until the prospective membership is confirmed in the country will be hold series of reforms to meet the EU regulations. During this period it is better to connect with the Croatian Embassy or Consulate in the United States and ask for information about the travel requirements in the country.
Croatia didn’t sign the Hague Convention on Protection of Children and Co-operation in Respect of Intercountry Adoption. The procedure of adopting a child from Croatia is based on national legislation. If you are U.S. citizen and want to adopt a child from Croatia, the fact that USA is party to the Hague Adoption Convention doesn’t affect the procedure and it must be consistent with the laws of the Republic of Croatia.
Croatia has eight main airports that can accept international and national flights. They are located at Zagreb, Rijeka, Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar, Pula, Osijek and Brac. Just five of them are available and serve international flights. The main international airport in Croatia is the Zagreb Airport. The airports at Rijeka, Split, Zadar and Dubrovnik serve international flights mainly during the summer season.
Croatia became a modern european destination for the tourists, because of its beautiful landscapes, rich heritage and interesting culture. More and more people each year choose to visit the small adriatic country. The best way to do it is via airplane. These days lots of airline companies offer various flight deals to Croatia.
Not much is known about the state of Croatia. People link the small crescent-shaped country mainly with the Adriatic Sea and the summer resorts there. In addition to this Croatia is more than thousand years old - raised in the foundations of ancient Illyria. It is one of those countries in Eastern Europe that have undergone many historical upheavals and changes still visible today.
Croatia has a unique blend of European flavors, a country of fascinating diversity rich in history and culture: Medieval churches, castles, spectacular natural wonders, unspoiled fishing villages. It is a year round destination.
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