Zagreb is a capital of Croatia. It lies on the crossroads of important routes between the Adriatic coast and Central Europe. Zagreb has it’s own airport Pleso. Zagreb as a city has Baroque ambience of the Gornji Grad, charming markets, various shopping facilities, as well as choice of various small and larger restaurants and hotels.
Zagreb is a city of green parks and walks, with many places to visit. Zagreb still keeps its charm, and a athmosfere that makes it a unique city. Zagreb has rich historical and cultural heritage that has roots in Central European urban culture, enriched by Mediterrean and Balkan traditions. The city population is about one million. It has good public transport ( Zagreb Tram , Zagreb Airport Bus) clean streets and squares, well kept parks, twenty theatres and over forty museums and galleries. Its numerous  neo-classical buildings, spacious boulevards and squares reminds one of Vienna. Zagreb city centre consists of four districts: Trg Bana Jelacica - Zagreb’s main square, Kaptol and Gornji Grad with it's hilly location in the center with cathedral and government’s buildings, Gradec with it's charming squares and leafy streets and Donji grad -a busy business centre of Zagreb.

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Accommodation in Zagreb:

The accommodation offer in Zagreb is rich and diverse, and thus suitable for everyone’s price range. The hotels range between large premium hotels operating within renowned chains to small private inns. The accommodation categories are marked by stars and the prices of rooms and other services depend on the category. One of the advantages of Zagreb is the availability of accommodation in the very center of the city. This is where you will find the most luxurious hotels like the Sheraton and Esplanade, as well as much more affordable ones. Generally speaking, the hotel accommodation is at a high level, the rooms are neat and the service is good. Most hotels offer a parking lot and some have a garage. At the moment, Zagreb has 3 5-star hotels, 11 4-star hotels, 21 3-star hotels and 8 2-star hotels. 13 of them are small family hotels. Visitors can also choose between numerous private rooms and apartments, while a dozen hostels and hotels are available for younger people arriving in the Croatian capital while discovering Europe.

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Arrival, Departure & Transport in Zagreb :

Arrival and Departure in Zagreb: Zagreb Airport , Zagreb Tram, Bus to Airport ;

Small Photo Gallery of Zagreb:

Zagreb photo galleryPhotos of Zagreb - Photo Gallery of Zagreb:

Includes photos of Trg Josipa Bana Jelacica, Winter in Zagreb , Zagreb Airport Pleso , Flying over Zagreb, Zagreb Map, Panoramas, Tramvaj in Zagreb , Old Photos of Zagreb , Advertising Billboards in Zagreb , Donji Grad (Lower Town) , Gornji Grad (Upper Town), Graffiti , Novi Zagreb , Open Air Market , People in Zagreb , Ilica - the main street , Restaurants and Cafes , Tkalciceva Street , and more.. Some more photos of Zagreb

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Zagreb Travel News and Blog:

Check Zagreb Travel News from Zagreb Travel Blog - a weblog about travel to Split. Bellow are latest entries from Zagreb Travel Blog:
Zagreb: Picasso Exhibition at Klovićevi Dvori Gallery
The Master Pieces From the Picasso Museum in Paris': 23 March – 7 July 2013 The Klovićevi Dvori Gallery in Zagreb is hosting the exhibition ‘The Master Pieces From the Picasso Museum in Paris’ The opening is on 23 March 2013...

Ruđer Bošković – Virtual Collection of digitized works
Virtual exhibition of digitized works by Ruđer Bošković  has been presented by the National and University Library. The exhibition preserves the collections of the National and University Library in Zagreb and the Library’s webpages, books and other works and publications dedicated to...

Zagreb in 1930s – photos by Tošo Dabac
Zagreb in 1930s – photos by Tošo Dabac – The book contains reproductions of 146 black-and-white photographs by Tošo Dabac from his cycle on People in the Street, produced in the period between 1932 and the early 1940s. This brilliant...

Concession Contract Awarded for New Passenger Terminal at Zagreb Airport
Last month the Croatian government awarded the concession contract for new passenger terminal at Zagreb Airport to the Zagreb Airport International Company (ZAIC), the consortium based in France. The concession for Pleso airport was awarded for a period of 30 years...

ZGRAF 2012 – exhibition of graphic design and visual communications
For the next few weeks starting from tommorow Zagreb will host this year’s ZGRAF11 exhibition. Organised by the Croatian Association of Artists of Applied Art (ULUPUH ), ZGRAF is an international exhibition of graphic design and visual communications that is held triennially in Zagreb...

Vuglec Breg - A New Tourist Complex Within Reach of Zagreb : A tourist complex, the Vuglec Breg Hotel & Resort, is to be opened soon in the village of Škaricevo, with about forty kilometres from Zagreb and in within reach of Krapinske toplice. The overall area of the complex, scheduled for opening at the end of May of this year, extends over 130,000 square metres. It will feature eight buildings, restored in the traditional spirit and in keeping the standards of top-notch tourism. read more...

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ZAGREB: A CULTURAL AND LITERARY HISTORY bookZAGREB: A CULTURAL AND LITERARY HISTORY by Celia Hawkesworth, Foreword by Sonia Wild Bićanić: Situated at the foot of a range of hills on the edge of the great Pannonian Plain, for most of its history Zagreb has been a small town to which things happened. Administered from 1102 by Hungary and later absorbed into the Habsburg Monarchy, Zagreb was under threat from the advancing Ottomans until the late sixteenth century. In 1918 the Croatian lands joined their immediate South Slav neighbours in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, later renamed Yugoslavia. Following Yugoslavia’s violent collapse, in 1991 Zagreb became the capital city of the new independent Croatia... read more

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