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Zagreb Central Bus Station Introduces Online Ticket Sales

ZagrebIt has taken a while, but finally passengers wanting to catch a bus from the main station of Croatia’s capital Zagreb can now book and pay for their tickets online…

Zagreb Autobsuni kolodvor (Zagreb Bus Station) have recently made available online ticket purchases with Maestro and MasterCard cards on their website www.akz.hr Passengers can even select which seat they want and just come and collect their tickets without delay before the bus departs. All tickets online can only be purchased up until 24 hours before the scheduled departure. Tickets can be collected from the counter at the station at anytime up until 30 minutes before departure. A four-ticket maximum per person on one purchase is currently in place.

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