Cheap Flights to Croatia

Located in the Balkans, Croatia has since its independence in late 1990, become a top tourist destination in Europe. Visitors have beaches stretching along the Adriatic Sea, the majestic Dinaric Alps, river canyons, amazing waterfalls, beautiful lakes, historic ruins and medieval cities to be explored and admired.
cheap-flights-to-croatiaZagreb the capital and largest city in Croatia is a pulsating conurbation and the nucleus of government, culture and academics. The Upper Town in the heart of the city contains the Gothic twin-spired Zagreb Cathedral, the pedestrian Tkalčićeva Street, lined with cafes and St. Marks Church from the 13th century while the Lower Town has the main square, museums, parks and shops.

Split the main city in Dalmatia is one of the largest in Croatia and on the Croatia Adriatic coast. Many cultural and historical monuments are housed within the walls of the 1700 year old Diocletian Palace, built by Roman emperor Diocletian during the 4th century.

Rich in history and culture, Dubrovnik in southern Croatia, is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Renowned for its old town built in the 13th century with tall surrounding walls completed during the 16th century, it remains virtually untouched.

Known for its protected harbour, elongated beach-lined coast and Roman ruins, the seafront city of Pula on the tip of Croatia’s Istrian Peninsula was founded around the 10th century. This city has been wiped-out and rebuilt several times by the Romans, Ostrogoths and Venetians including the Allied Forces.

One of eight international airports, Zagreb International is the main airport based in Pleso 15km outside of Zagreb. It serves over 2 million passengers annually and cheap flights to Croatia are often on offer depending on the time of the year. Rijeka International is situated in Omišalj on the island of Krk. Airlines flying from South Africa to Croatia comprise Lufthansa, Turkish, Qatar, British Airways and others.

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Cheapest One-Way Flights To Zagreb, Croatia

Route Airline Price Trip dates Search date
Flights from Durban to Zagreb Mango R6 184 24 Dec 24 Nov 06:10
Flights from Durban to Zagreb Qatar Airlines R5 339 23 Jun 10 Sep 06:10
Flights from Durban to Zagreb Kulula R4 809 25 Jan 9 Dec 23:20
Flights from Durban to Zagreb British Airways R5 284 17 Mar 3 Nov 06:10
Flights from Durban to Zagreb Turkish Airlines R5 114 14 Jan 25 Oct 06:10
Flights from Cape Town to Zagreb British Airways R5 629 5 Jun 29 Oct 06:10
Flights from Johannesburg to Zagreb Qatar Airlines R5 294 23 Jul 11 Aug 06:10
Flights from Johannesburg to Zagreb British Airways R4 279 4 Mar 9 Dec 23:20
Flights from Johannesburg to Zagreb Turkish Airlines R4 294 11 May 6 Dec 06:11
Flights from Johannesburg to Zagreb Virgin Atlantic R3 879 21 Jan 9 Dec 23:20
Prices based on live searches up till 9 Dec 00:00 and are subject to change.


Cheapest Return Flights To Zagreb, Croatia

Route Airline Price Trip dates Search date
Flights from Durban to Zagreb British Airways R10 569 17 Mar 3 Nov 06:10
Flights from Durban to Zagreb Turkish Airlines R10 229 14 Jan 25 Oct 06:10
Flights from Durban to Zagreb Mango R12 369 24 Dec 24 Nov 06:10
Flights from Durban to Zagreb Emirates R12 009 17 May 1 Nov 06:10
Flights from Durban to Zagreb Kulula R9 619 25 Jan 9 Dec 23:20
Flights from Durban to Zagreb Qatar Airlines R10 679 23 Jun 10 Sep 06:10
Flights from Johannesburg to Zagreb Emirates R9 189 23 Apr 9 Dec 06:10
Flights from Johannesburg to Zagreb Turkish Airlines R8 589 11 May 6 Dec 06:11
Flights from Johannesburg to Zagreb Alitalia R7 979 14 Feb 20 Nov 06:11
Flights from Cape Town to Zagreb Air Frace R9 569 5 Jun 9 Dec 23:20
Prices based on live searches up till 9 Dec 00:00 and are subject to change.


Cheapest One-Way Flights To Split, Croatia

Route Airline Price Trip dates Search date
Flights from Durban to Split Mango R5 269 6 Mar 28 Oct 06:10
Flights from Durban to Split British Airways R6 309 28 May 14 Nov 06:10
Flights from Durban to Split Emirates R7 784 1 Jul 14 Sep 06:10
Flights from Durban to Split Lufthansa R6 699 10 Jun 6 Jul 06:10
Flights from Cape Town to Split Air Frace R5 139 5 Apr 13 Sep 06:10
Flights from Cape Town to Split South African Airways R4 992 14 Feb 16 Nov 06:10
Flights from Johannesburg to Split Alitalia R3 964 21 Mar 2 Nov 06:10
Flights from Cape Town to Split Ethiopian Airlines R7 039 18 Jun 19 Sep 06:10
Flights from Cape Town to Split Lufthansa R5 824 14 Feb 1 Dec 06:10
Flights from Cape Town to Split KLM R5 484 21 May 12 Oct 06:10
Prices based on live searches up till 9 Dec 00:00 and are subject to change.


Cheapest Return Flights To Split, Croatia

Route Airline Price Trip dates Search date
Flights from Cape Town to Split South African Airways R9 985 14 Feb 16 Nov 06:10
Flights from Johannesburg to Split Air Frace R10 849 18 May 12 Sep 06:11
Flights from Johannesburg to Split Lufthansa R9 889 10 Jun 24 Oct 06:10
Flights from Johannesburg to Split Swiss Airlines R9 619 4 Aug 18 Oct 06:11
Flights from Cape Town to Split Air Frace R10 279 5 Apr 13 Sep 06:10
Prices based on live searches up till 9 Dec 00:00 and are subject to change.


Zagreb Airport, Croatia

Zagreb Airport (ZAG), Ulica Rudolfa Fizira 1, 10150, Zagreb, Croatia

Pula Airport, Croatia

Pula Airport (PUY), 52100, Valtura, Croatia

Weather In Croatia

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Croatia’s climate
Areas in Croatia encounter varying weather conditions, dependent on their distance from the Adriatic Sea. Many cities have good weather all year while Dubrovnik on the coast has a typical Mediterranean climate. January and February are the coldest months with July and August being the warmest.

When to fly to Croatia
The winter low season from October to April is cold but prices are low and this is where you will be able to save on your flights to Crotai, attracting travellers on tight budgets and those who enjoy skiing.

Shoulder season from May to June including September provides lower prices, fewer crowds and the Adriatic Sea warm enough to swim in.

High season during July and August has great weather with crowded coastal regions and high prices.

Getting around Croatia
Travellers have a good choice of flights between main airports, with several daily flights on the Zagreb-Split and Dubrovnik routes.

To fully experience authentic Croatia including the islands, travelling by car is the best form of transport but can work out expensive with the high cost of fuel. Visiting during July and August necessitates pre-booking your rental vehicle that be done through Sixt, Europcar including others.

Virtually every town has a bus station and a network of bus routes that affords an excellent and affordable mode of travel within the country. To travel between cities there are express routes on highways with stops at just about each village.

The only way to get around the islands, excluding Pag and Krk, is by ferry or catamaran with Jadrolinija being the main ferry operator. Schedules are enhanced during summer to accommodate escalated traffic but when the bura, a strong north-western wind blows, ferries can be delayed with catamarans altogether sidelined.

Croatia – inside information

  • The Plitvice Lakes National Park in central Croatia has visitors astounded with their sheer unadulterated beauty. The 295²km forest reserve has a chain of 16 terraced lakes linked by waterfalls that extend into a limestone canyon. Visitors have walkways and hiking trails that wind around and across the water with the Lake Kozjak ferry connecting the upper and lower lakes. The latter being home to Veliki Slap, a 78m high waterfall.
  • The alleged birthplace of Marco Polo is the island of Korčula where you can indulge your senses in lush forests, olive groves and vineyards or relax on a beach or stop-over in charming villages. In Korčula Town, the historical walled main town, experience Venetian Renaissance architecture and busy colourful markets.
  • In Split is the Peristile, a major open space (within the Diocletian Palace) with six columns and a cathedral. The centre of the town comprises white stone walls with cafes, bars and shops under its galleries and courtyards.
  • Dubrovnik rich in history, comprises St. Blaise Church, the Renaissance Sponza Palace, the Gothic Rectors Palace and the limestone pedestrian Stradun, lined with restaurants and shops.
  • Pula has the Temple of Augustus, dedicated to Augustus, the first Roman emperor that was built during his lifetime between 2 BC and AD14. Pula Arena is the only remaining Roman amphitheatre with four side towers and all three Roman architectural orders, still completely preserved.
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