Croatian railways cut prices for train tickets from Zagreb to coastal towns
May 16, 2021 – Croatian Railways have launched a sale on the prices of train tickets from Zagreb to coastal towns in Croatia!
HRTurizam reports that the passenger transport of the Croatian Railways (HŽPP) has announced special prices for travel on direct routes from Zagreb to the coast.
Prices refer to one-way journeys on direct 1st and 2nd class passenger, high-speed and IR train routes for which tickets are purchased at the ticket office and on the train. In addition, HŽ said that the prices of tickets purchased through online sales and smartphone apps have been further reduced and train tickets can also be purchased at Tisak kiosks.
Prices of train tickets from Zagreb
Zagreb GK – Rijeka / Rijeka – Zagreb GK 65 kn
Zagreb GK – Zadar / Zadar – Zagreb GK 100 kn
Zagreb GK – Šibenik / Šibenik – Zagreb GK 100 kn
Zagreb GK – Split / Split – Zagreb GK 110 kn
Zagreb GK – Pula / Pula – Zagreb GK 80 kn
The offer is valid until June 30, 2021 and the return of partially or totally unused tickets is not possible.
2021 is the European Year of Railways
The initiative of the European Commission (EC) highlights the advantages of rail as a sustainable, smart and safe means of transport. In 2021, various activities will put rail at the forefront across the continent, encourage citizens and businesses to use rail and contribute to the European Green Plan target, according to which the EU should become climate neutral by 2050. .
One of the key elements of the plan is the introduction of cleaner and healthier means of transport, given that the transport sector is currently responsible for around 25% of the EU’s greenhouse gas emissions. The European Green Plan calls for a 90% reduction in traffic emissions by 2050.
To achieve this goal and ensure that transport continues to play a role during the transition to a clean, digital and innovative European economy, the EC adopted a sustainable and smart mobility strategy in December 2020. It paves the way for a more efficient economy. sustainable, smarter and smarter. resilient mobility and includes steps towards doubling rail freight by 2050 and tripling high-speed rail links by 2050. In 2021, the EC will present an action plan to strengthen passenger rail transport, which follows the strategy to improve capacity and simplify the ticketing system the sale of various modes of transport to further increase the attractiveness of rail.
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