Zagreb is Croatia's capital as well as its cultural, scientific and economic heart. Its compact city centre is easy to navigate on foot or by tram if you are feeling weary. The city is divided into three parts. The medieval Gornji Grad (Upper Town) is home to the Presidential Palace, historic St Mark's church and numerous museums and galleries.
From the Zagreb Travel Guide
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Little but beautiful and characteristic house. Very near to the center. ... more
We was there for only 1 night. For us it was absolutly ok and it was very central. Maybe important: It is not a hotel. ... more
Valencia to Zagreb
in Zagreb, Croatia. This starts at the end of August and continues until about the 5th of September. What ...
Zagreb or Ljubljana?
Hello So my doubt is the following: I'll be driving from Budapest to Padova in a couple of weeks, and we'd like to stop somewhere along the way. We're between Zagreb and Ljubljana. We only have about 4 hours to spend in any of these cities, so with such a limited time and such a big ignorance ...
Hello everyone I am new here stumbled upon this forum while 'Googling' for Festivals in Europe. Anyway, I am moving to Zagreb in February for a year to study there. I am mainly interested in Electronic Music (Minimal, Techno, Progressive, Down-tempo, Ambient, etc) and not really interested in commercial ...
Large spider in the Zagreb Zoo
Today we visited the Zagreb Zoological Gardens with our Teta (Aunt). We travelled to the zoo on a tram and had a great time exploring the gardens, viewing the animals and playing in the children's park. ...
Posted in Our 2011 trip overseas by Quinat57
Caught plane to Zagreb (40min $150). Back into cooler weather (15' and light sprinkle). Spent the afternoon trying to find a laundry! Had a bit of a walk around main centre. Apartment nice(despite look from outside). Close to public transport. Apartment building! ...
Posted in Craig & Jean's Europe 2012 by warnerc5