Getting around town is made all the much easier via the city’s Tram and Bus Systems, both of which can take you from A to Z. Tramwise, the city has 15 tram lines that run from 04:00 - 24:00; the night trams (4 lines) run from 24:00 - 04:00. In terms of buses, a list of departure times can be found at all bus stops marked by the blue signs with a bus picture. The biggest bus stop is just south of C-4, Glavni kolodvor through the Importanne Mall passage. There are 146 daily bus lines and 4 night lines which link Zagreb, Sesvete, Velika Gorica and Zaprešić. The largest and most known tram and bus stations are positioned at Črnomerec, Dubec, Glavni kolodvor, and Savski most. Bus station on Kvaternik Square is also important because it connects Zagreb with the airport. Tickets valid for 90minutes cost 1,33 € (1,99 € if it was purchased from the driver), while daily tickets are 3,98 €. A 0,53 € ticket (0,80 € from driver) is valid for short rides up to 30 minutes, a 0,93 € ticket (1,33 € from driver) up to 60 minutes. Tickets are available at kiosks and ZET store or from the driver on buses, and trams. Children under six ride free. Please validate your ticket once you board: an invalidated ticket is as good as no ticket at all, and getting caught without one is an embarrassing and costly experience, with inspectors operating on a random schedule. For detailed schedules and route plans of ZET buses and trams, simply visit www.zet.hr.
It would be really nice if you actually gave a link to a map of the train system that I could easily find.
nedostaje informacija o besplatnoj vožnji tramvajem dvije stanice od Trga!