Since Zadar doesn’t have a high-speed rail link to mainline routes in Croatia, a new service organised by Croatian Railways enables you to catch a bus from Zadar to Knin, which is on the high speed route connecting Zagreb and Split, enabling you to travel onward in either direction.Your ticket covers both bus and rail parts of the journey, and the bus stops en route according to the timetable.The ticket office is open 07:10 - 14:40. Closed Sat, Sun. Outside those times tickets can be bought on board the trains, online on www.hzpp.hr or via smartphone application HZPP Tickets.The railway station doesn’t have many facilities, but since you are next door to the bus station you can use the services available there. Getting to town: On the road in front of the bus station are bus stops for the local lines which take you to the Old Town, Borik, Diklo and the suburbs. A 10kn ticket bought inside the bus gets you a one way trip.