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Airport of departure: Sabiha Gokcen International Airport (SAW)
Airport of arrival: Zagreb International Airport (ZAG)
Flight time from Istanbul to Zagreb: 2 hours 10 minutes

Zagreb, located in the north-west of Croatia, is the capital city of the country. The city attracts people all around the world for its historical sights, diverse cuisine, and proximity to its shores of the Mediterranean. Zagreb offers a different experience for everyone visiting the city. Today can be your day to book cheap flights to Zagreb and open yourself to new experiences!

Flight Information

You can book direct flights to Zagreb from Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen (SAW) through the Pegasus Airlines website. Firstly, you need to enter the details of your travel information such as the dates of flight, and the number of passengers. Once you provide the information necessary for this step, in the next, take a look at the calendar view for the selected month. There you can see the cheap flights to Zagreb, and can select the convenient tickets for your budget.

Another way to travel to Zagreb can be achieved through flying to neighboring countries. You can search for cheap flights to Belgrade, Budapest or Venice with Pegasus Airlines to have a connecting flight to Zagreb.


Transport from Franjo Tuđman Zagreb Airport (ZAG) to the City Center

There are multiple options for commuting from the Zagreb Airport, also known as Franjo Tuđman Airport, to the city center. The first option is by bus operated by ZET. The bus line 290, which takes off from Velika Gorica, goes to Kvaternik Square (Kvaternikov trg) with a stop at the airport. There is also a private shuttle service, which serves a commute from Zagreb Airport to the address provided by the passenger. You can commute to the city center by taxi as well.

Public Transport

In Zagreb, ZET is the public transportation company which operates the bus lines within and around the city. There is also a tram network to get around the city.


As the capital city of Croatia, Zagreb attracts many tourists every year. Therefore, the city offers a wide range of accommodations for its visitors. You can book a deluxe hotel room or a hostel, which best suits your budget and is at your convenience.

Before you book your accommodation, you can check out more options offered through Pegasus Airlines website.

What to Eat in Zagreb

In terms of food, Zagreb offers delightful tastes influenced not only by the Croatian roots but also by its neighboring cultures. Bean Stew, also known as Grah, is one of the most famous dishes that is experienced by tourists. Accompanied by smoked bacon, the dish consists of ingredients such as sausages, ham, beans and carrots.

Štrukli is another famous dish of Zagreb that you may not find just anywhere. It is a pastry-based dish that is made with cheese, eggs and cream. You can add fruit of your choice to Štrukli.

Lastly, seafood is amongst the food options in Zagreb for those who prefer fish instead of meat-based dishes. Make sure to check in with the restaurant if you follow a vegan/vegetarian or a halal diet.

Useful Information

You can dial 112 to call an ambulance, police, or for fire and rescue. However, other emergency numbers also include;

  • Police: 192
  • Fire Department: 193

Places to See

After having a taste of food in Zagreb, it is time to sightsee the beautiful city. Here are some of the must-see places in Zagreb:

  • Zagreb Cathedral: As the second tallest structure in Croatia, Zagreb Cathedral presents a neo-gothic architectural style for its visitors in central Zagreb.
  • Funicular Railway: One of the most visited fun spots in Zagreb is the funicular railway. Here, passengers try the world’s shortest commute that is 66 meters long.
  • Dolac Market: Colors pop on this side of Zagreb where farmers sell their produce and flowers. Dolac Market is a nice open area in the city to get the local experience and enjoy the sun.
  • Mimara Museum: For those who cannot pass by a city without seeing an exhibition enriched by that city’s history, culture and talented people, Mimara Museum is a must-see spot to just do that! Although the museum is closed as of 2022, the museum building itself is an artwork to see.
  • St. Mark’s Church: The oldest structure of old Zagreb St. Mark's Church awaits you at St. Mark’s Square. Make sure to stop by for this historical sight in the city!


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