There are three transport options from Zagreb Airport (ZAG) to the city centre of Zagreb. After landing at Franjo Tuđman Airport you can get to the city centre either by taxi, bus or shuttle bus. Taxis operate 24/7 and you can choose between several companies at the airport of Zagreb. The taxi fare to the city centre is approximately €24 (HRK 180) for a ride with up to 4 passengers and the journey duration is 30 minutes. The final fare may differ as taxis at Zagreb Airport are metered. If you prebook with an online taxi provider, you can secure a guranteed flat fare. If you prefer to travel by public transport, you can board bus 290 with direction to Kvaternikov Square, a central transport hub in dowtown Zagreb. The public bus leaves roughly every 35 minutes during the day and a single ticket costs €0.5 (HRK 4) for a single ride lasting up to 30 minutes and €0.9 (HRK 7) for rides up to 60 minutes long. It takes 35 minutes on average to get to the city centre of Zagreb by bus. The shuttle bus to the city centre of Zagreb from Franjo Tuđman Airport takes 40 minutes on average to reach the Zagreb Central Bus Terminal in the city centre. Tickets are €4 (HRK 30) and Pleso Prijevoz shuttle buses leave every 30 minutes between 6.00am-10.30pm and whenever a flight arrives in the late night hours. If you want to reach the Central Zagreb Train Station, Zagreb Glavni Kolodvor, you need to take tram line 13 from Kvternikov Square and tram line 2 from the Zagreb Central Bus Station. Welcome Pickups offers meet and greet services and a friendly introduction to Zagreb at the same price as a regular taxi. Click here to see the cost.