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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We are two seniors who chose Palmers for the last night of our stay. We had "trained" into Zagreb, arriving late afternoon, so the location near train station was very desirable. It's a newer hostel, all was in good repair except for some mildew on the shower ceiling. ... more
We only stayed in Zagreb for a few hours, so we chose an unexpensive hotel. The price was really fantastic and sevreice we got for this price was more than satisfying. The hotel doesn't have any charme, but the rooms are clean. The service is very friendly, breakfast is poor, but for this price, we did not mind. ... more
A very well run apartment with three main rooms each very large, certainly enough for our party of three. The guy who met us and showed us around the place was really great and more attentive than most other places we have stayed. it was very clean with fresh towels. ... more
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