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Zagreb is an old Central European city. For centuries it has been a focal point of culture and science, and now of commerce and industry as well. It lies on the intersection of important routes between the Adriatic coast and Central Europe. Zagreb can offer its visitors the Baroque atmosphere of the Upper Town, picturesqueopen-air markets, diverse shopping facilities, an abundant selection of crafts and a choice vernacular cuisine. In spite of the rapid development of the economy and transportation, it has retained its charm, and a relaxed feeling that makes it a genuinely human city.

Zagreb Attractions


Walking is one of the best ways to explore all of Zagreb’s picturesque historical sites, hidden alleys & lanes and especially the main square in the city. You can learn more about the neighbourhood on these walking tours as well as discover the main sights and attractions at your own pace.

The centre of Zagreb is divided into two parts: Gornji Grad (Upper Town) and Donji Grad (Lower Town). Because of its historical structures, churches and religious monuments, Gornji Grad has great historic value attached to it and is literally a tourist’s paradise. Donji Grad, on the other hand, mostly contains shops, cafes, museums, and parks. Some attractions that are far away from the city are easily accessible by bus or  tram.


Looking for day trips from Zagreb? Zagreb is not only a fascinating place to explore in its own right but it makes a great base for day trips throughout the Croatian interior. You'll need a car to make the most of your day trip though.

Zagreb Tours

Regions you can easily reach from Zagreb on a day trip include Varazdin county, Krapina-Zagorje county, Zagrebacka county, Karlovac county and Lika-Senj county.

Zagreb Nightlife


For a city that feels small – its vibe is maybe more that of a big town rather than a city – you’ll find plenty of ways to get into a little good-natured trouble until the wee hours of the morning. Within striking distance from the main square, you’ll find mid-sized venues for bands to play, and a smattering of clubs and DJ bars.

Otherwise, it’s a question of going further afield – there is a cluster of clubs around around Lake Jarun, and a clutch of niche clubbing venues that lie a short taxi ride west of the centre. Admission prices are generally 20kn-60kn. In most cases, dress codes are casual, but be aware that there are several clubs – Gallery, the most notable instance – where smart wear (no trainers) is the rule.


  1. Take a city tour - That's not a problem and you don't have to worry about the organization of your tour, because we'll be happy to do it for you.
  2. Visit the antique fair on British square - Sunday mornings are always an attraction as the antique market is bursting with flare and excitement. Here you will find various decorative things, old books and collectables of both local and international origin.
  3. Explore city museums - Zagreb is a very beautiful city with a great history. The local museums may tell you a lot about the most important events in the country's history.
  4. Hike or ski on Sljeme - On the ski slopes of mountain Medvednica the best Croatian skiers, Janica and Ivica Kostelić, made their first ski steps on their journey to ski fame. You should try too!
  5. Experience the nightlife - Clubs, bars,cute cafés -  you name it! Zagreb is full of cool clubs and places bursting with good energy and beautiful people!
  6. Have a coffee on the Floral square - Also known as the Petar Preradović square, people of Zagreb named it Cvjetni trg – Floral square, because of the several flower stands, which are a famous landmark of Zagreb and one the favourite meeting points.
  7. Visit the Zagreb Cathedral - The cathedral is typically Gothic, as is its sacristy, which is of great architectural value. Its spires can be seen from many locations in the city. Definitely worth to see.
  8. Visit the Jarun Lake - Jarun is the most popular sports and leisure centre in Zagreb, where you can row, paddle, sail, surf, swim, jog, bike, roller skate, and skateboard. Around the lake are many nightclubs and cafés, which are especially popular during the summer months.
  9. Experience the Croatian cuisine - Traditional Croatian cuisine reflects widely diverse cultural and geographic influences. Some are a result of Croatia's proximity to the sea and fertile farmland, and some are the result of foreign occupiers who imported their tastes and recipes.
  10. Enjoy in Croatia wines - There is no need in Zagreb to go outside the city to taste fine wines. Zagreb wine tour will take you to experience wine tastings on a unique wine road almost in the city center.


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