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.
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Zagreb. Arrived in Zagreb at about 5am. The sun was rising over the city. Lovely. We didn’t have much time to explore as we were heading to Split in an hour then on to the Island of Hvar. Gypsies. We still had that busted up suitcase, we’ll dump it and buy a new one soon but there was no way ...
Posted in Europe 2009 by samandvic
Thursday September 29th We arrived in Zagreb after a relatively painless three and a half hour bus ride on the new toll highway. Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, is also its largest city. As far ...
Posted in 3 months, 4 (technically) continents by teamkarim
Our first day in Zagreb was filled with many pleasant experiences. We are staying in a very cute and welcoming b&b that is a twenty minute Walk to the city centre. The old part of Zagreb is fascinating with a lot of pedestrian zones, cafes, and action. There is a lot of old world charm here! We found a great ...
Posted in Our round-the-world Journey by The Flying Five