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
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
I have to say that I enjoyed be stay here for several reasons - very friendly and helpful owner and staff who are really switched on to travelers needs, nice atmosphere and well laid out open common areas and comfortable, air-conditioned (a godsend) rooms. ... more
We have spent 3 nights al Funk Lounge and we have had a great time there. The staff is so kind and they help you with anything you would need. It is only five stops by tram from the center, or if you like walking you 'll reach de cathedral in 15-20 minutes on foot. It is very clean and confortable. ... more
Things to do and see in Zagreb
Does anyone have info on cheap accomadation and sites to see (plus good drinking venues) in Zagreb? ...
Anyone from Zagreb, Croatia?
Hi My nameis Michael. I live in Australia and I have come across a vehicle in Zagreb, Croatia for sale. I was wondering if anyone who lives in this area would be willing to look at the car on behalf of myself any information would be greatly appreciated a fee will be offered for anyone willing to assist ...
Zagreb to Hungary prices
Does anybody have any idea how much a single train ticket from Zagreb to Budapest would cost? Thank you. ...