Getting Here

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The Museum is now permanently located in the beautiful baroque Kulmer palace in the Upper Town – a historical part of Zagreb rich in tourist attractions

An unavoidable sight in your exploration of Zagreb and a unique emotional journey around the world through hundreds of break-ups.
Our tip: Take one of numerous picturesque staircases to the Upper Town or take a ride on city's famous Funicular in Tomičićeva street.

Getting to Zagreb

by air
Zagreb International Airport - Pleso (14km southeast of the city) is well linked to all major European cities. Low cost carriers
offer the best budget bets from UK, France and Germany.

by train
It may not be glamorous as during the Orient Express times but trains are still fantastic way to travel. Zagreb Gl. Kolodvor is Zagreb's central train station, quite busy during the summer season.

by car
Feel like driving? Within Croatia, motor-way travel is subject to a toll system, although this is relatively cheap by Western European standards. Tolls can be paid by card or cash.
Renting a car in Croatia is a great way to get around. All the major car rental companies are represented in Croatia but you'll often get a better deal booking a rental car on line. Avoid driving in the city especially during rush hours.

by bus
Relatively cheap and relatively fast.