You will need
  • - visa;
  • - plane ticket/train;
  • car.
The fastest and most convenient option to get to Croatia – travel air travel, namely by plane. From the capital to Croatia direct regular flights of Aeroflot. Winter flight "Moscow-Zagreb-Moscow" is performed 4 times a week: Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Journey time – 2 hours 40 minutes.

In the summer Aeroflot performs daily 3 non-stop flight to Croatia: "Moscow-Split-Moscow", "Moscow–Dubrovnik–Moscow", "Moscow–Zagreb–Moscow". Travel time to split and Dubrovnik from the capital takes about 3 hours. To Zagreb flight time will be 2 hours 40 minutes. Such air carriers as Austrian Airlines, Lufthasa, Alitalia, LOT, Czech Airlines, provide flights from Russia to Croatia with stopovers in Vienna, Frankfurt, Milan, Warsaw, Prague.

You can also use Charter flights. To fly such flights to the following cities in Croatia: Pula, Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar. To purchase tickets for Charter flights only through a travel company.
Before Croatia can be reached by train No. 15 "Moscow – Budapest" which departs from the Kiev station of capital. Train, but rather tow the car to Zagreb (journey time - 50 hours 45 minutes), and then to split (travel time - 60 hours and 40 minutes). For the trip, you must obtain a Hungarian transit Schengen visa.
Also to Croatia by car. You can get one of the following routes: Belarus-Poland-Czech Republic-Austria-Slovenia-Croatia; Belarus-Poland-Slovakia-Hungary-Croatia; Ukraine-Hungary-Croatia. Choose the option that is more to their liking.

On a trip to take the driver's license of international standard, a technical passport of the car, "green card". All passengers will need to obtain a Schengen multivisa or transit visa of the country through which you go, the Croatian visa.