You can come to one of the following airports in Croatia:
There is an exchange (mjenjačnica) and ATMs (cash machines) on the exit of arrival area in each airport. You will need to exchange or to take local currency out of an ATM – Croatian kuna (HRK). The rate at the airport is almost the same as ordinary. There is no commission taken for exchange operations at the airports. Amount of money depends on the way you plan to get to Biograd-na-Moru.
From the airport
You can find car rental companies in every airport.
If you come at Zadar, the best variant is to take taxi from the airport to Biograd-na-Moru. The cost is approximately 50 euro, way time – 23-30 min.
From Split to Biograd the taxi goes 1.5 hours, the cost is about 100 euro.
There are buses that go from Zagreb airport to bus station of Zagreb:
You can find buses if you go out from the airport and go 50 meters to the right passing by the parking. The price – 30-40 kunas per person, payment is given directly to a driver. The bus goes from 30 to 50 minutes, depends on traffic. The bus is off from the airport every 30 minutes (precise information by ref. http://www.plesoprijevoz.hr/page/timetable)
The bus comes to the bus station of Zagreb (Autobusni kolodvor). You need to go into the building of the station and to go up on the 2nd floor. There are ticket desks where you can buy a ticket to Biograd-na-Moru bus.
The price of the ticket – 120-150 kunas. Huge bags are handed in the bus’ boot, the driver can ask some cash for it (from 1 to 7 kunas for a bag, depends on the carrier). The bus goes from 4 to 5.5 hours, depends on frequency of stops/
Precise timetable of the bus and all information you can find by reference:
You can also buy tickets online.
When you come to Biograd-na-Moru, you will need to get to marina Kornati.
If you arrived by bus, you can get to marina by foot down Kralja Petra Svacica street. It will take you 5-7 minutes.