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Airport Zagreb (ZAG) Pleso - Taxi transportation from Zagreb Airport to Sisak

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"Transfer service" is company for taxi services, passenger transport. We offer airport transfers, taxi service, acceptance of passengers at airport terminals, railway stations, bus stations, etc. .. Many years of experience guarantee the quality and level of transportation service you need. Read more about us taking a look at our pages that you can access by clicking the link above. Also for any information and offers please contact us via the online form, directly to our e-mail or by telephone. Among our many clients there are famous international companies, and also you can impress your business partners with our service VIP transportation service and service Airport Zagreb Taxi .
 
                                                                About destination: Sisak
 

Sisak is a city in central Croatia. The city's population in 2011 was 33,049, with a total of 49,699 in the administrative region and it is also the administrative centre of the Sisak-Moslavina county. Sisak is located at the confluence of the Kupa, Sava, and Odra rivers, 57 km (35 mi) southeast of the Croatian capital Zagreb.Prior to the invasion by the Roman Empire, the region was Celtic and the city there was named Segestica. In German the town is known as Sissek, in Hungarian as Sziszek, Latin as Siscia, in Serbian Cyrillic as Сисак, and in Slovene as Sisek.The long history of urban life here (around 2,500 years) as well the extremely favourable position on the confluence of three rivers, (the Sava, the Kupa and the Odra), have made Sisak an important town in the history of Croatia.During the Roman Empire when Sisak was known as Siscia, Christian martyr Quirinus of Sescia was tortured and nearly killed during Diocletian's persecution of Christians. Legend has it that they tied him to a millstone and threw him into a river, but he freed himself from the weight, escaped and continued to preach his faith. Today he is the patron saint of Sisak.Braslav of Pannonia reigned from Sisak until this last bastion of the Pannonians was invaded. According to Historia Salonitana maior, Duke Tomislav reclaimed it soon after. Sisak FortressThe 16th century triangular fortress of the Old Town, well-preserved and turned into the Native Museum, is the main destination of every tourist. The fortress is famous for the victory of the joint forces of Croats and Carniolans (Slovenes) over the Turks in 1593, known as the Battle of Sisak. It was one of the early significant defeats of the up-to-then invincible Turkish army on European territory. The Croatian Ban Toma Bakač Erdedi who led the defense in this battle became famous throughout Europe.The Baroque palace of Mali Kaptol, the classicist Veliki Kaptol, the brick Stari most ("Old Bridge") over the Kupa, and the ethnological park are the most frequently visited landmarks. During World War II, Sisak was the site of the Sisak Children's Concentration Camp which was part of the large Jasenovac cluster.Sisak suffered much damage during the Croatian War of Independence starting in 1991. While Sisak remained within Croatian hands, the territory immediately south of the city was controlled by Serbs. The threat to Sisak was removed in 1995 following Operation Storm. During 1991. and 1992. 24 Serb civilians were murdered by the Croatian forces

 

Airport Zagreb

Zagreb Airport (IATA: ZAG, ICAO: LDZA), also known as Pleso Airport (pronounced PLESO) after the nearby suburb of Pleso, is the main international airport ofCroatia and also a Croatian Air Force and Defense major fighter jet base. Located 16 km from the central railway station in Zagreb, it served 2,071,561 passengers in 2010 and is the primary hub for Croatian flag carrier Croatia Airlines. Expansion of the airport is due to start in 2012.

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Why is the Airport Taxi Zagreb Transfer Service from Zagreb Airport to Sisak the best way of transportation ?

A reliable 24/7 Airport Zagreb Taxi Transfer service will take You to Sisak in a safe and comfortable way.
We offer a fast, reliable and secure taxi service, excellent rates. Our taxi drivers speak English and will be happy to help you in any way they can. If you need transportation while you are in Sisak
please contact us.
 
Airport Taxi Transfer Service - We will pick you up and drop you off at Zagreb Airport , your taxi will be waiting in a case of delay without any additional costs.
Once you reach Sisak   in a modern, air conditioned taxi vehicle, you will feel much better than spending hours in a public bus.
Did we mention that our prices for taxi transfers to and from Zagreb Airport are the best?
 
Mini Van or Mini Bus Taxi Service - if you travel to Sisak with a lot of luggage, or more people than a regular taxi can transport, you can select a mini van or a mini bus to take you Sisak. Our mini vans and mini buses are very comfortable, air conditioned and suitable for larger groups or families. Children travel in a child seat and count as an adult.
 
Zagreb Airport Taxi Transfer is the safest way of transportation from Zagreb Airport to Sisak.
Book Your Airport Taxi Transfer from Zagreb Airport to Sisak in advance.
This way You will get the best taxi service available.

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