Venice - Zagreb


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Venice -> Zagreb

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 Dep.Arr.DurationChange(s)MOTUWETHFRSASU
1ZAGREB GL. KOL.
04:23
DOBOVA.
05:10
N°: 7000
2DOBOVA.
05:35
VILLACH HBF
09:08
N°: 314 First-class seats Second-class seats The travel service is non-smoking Room for baby care available
3VILLACH HBF
10:50
VENEZIA S LUCIA
14:05
N°: 31 First-class seats Second-class seats Facility for bicycle transport available Mini-bar available
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Main stations in Venice and Zagreb

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Arrival stations

London Stansted Airport

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London Gatwick Airport

London Gatwick Airport has two terminals and offers hundreds of destinations worldwide. From there, you’ll find all the assistance you need to make your journey easier and enjoyable.

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Travel inspiration in Venice and Zagreb

Venice

Venice is a unique experience for every traveller and certainly a must for lovers. Few people know that Venice is actually an island-city with a train bridge connecting it to mainland Italy. This romantic city actually has no roads at all! To move around there are 150 canals and over 400 bridges! Venice has also beautiful churches, squares and museums. The southern part of the Venice has a certain village feel. Perfect to wander around in the little alleys, get lost and finally reach the Santa Margherita square. Ideal place for its lively bars!

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Zagreb

Zagreb, it is worth the visit

Croatia’s capital and largest city, Zagreb is peppered with intricate Austro-Hungarian architecture, but its laid-back attitude is more in tune with its Mediterranean neighbours. The heady mix of café-culture, neo-Gothic cathedrals and medieval old town explains why Zagreb is known locally as Little Vienna.

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