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PZAF 2023 will take place at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, Croatia.

How to get to the venue?

The Faculty is located in the Ivana Lučića Street 3 and is reachable by the tram lines 3, 5, 13 and various bus lines.

Find the tram schedule on the link:

Find the bus schedule on the link:

Tickets for buses and trams can be bought at the newspaper stand (0,53€) or in the tram/bus (0,80€, only cash). The ticket is valid for one ride (30 min). One-way tickets for 60 and 90 minute ride in a single tariff zone, which cost 0,93€ and 1,33€ respectively, as well as daily tickets (3,98€), can only be bought at the newspaper stands.

More about tickets:


Bolt and Uber operators, as well as other taxi companies, in Zagreb operate at any time of day.


The venue


How to get to Zagreb, Croatia?

Flying to Zagreb

Zagreb is well connected year-round to other major cities in Europe, and the rest of the world.

Zagreb International Airport, also known as Franjo Tuđman Airport, is Croatia’s largest and busiest airport. A number of major international airlines operate in Zagreb, including British Airways, Lufthansa, and Qatar Airways. Daily direct flights connect Zagreb with many other major cities in Europe.

Reaching Zagreb by train 

Zagreb is internationally connected to the following countries via railway:

  • Austria
  • Germany
  • Hungary
  • Slovenia
  • Switzerland

To book a train ticket, check directly with Croatian Railways at their official website:

Reaching Zagreb by car

Some of the closest cities are Ljubljana (1.5h), Budapest (3.5h), Venice (4h), and Vienna (4h).


Zagreb, Croatia