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For centuries, Zagreb has been a focal point of culture and science; since it has also developed into a major centre of commerce and industry. Today, it is a predominantly outdoorsy town with a plethora of cultural and clubbing opportunities, which is one of the many reasons people of all ages flock into this dazzling capital.

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The Croatian Museum of Naive Art

Take a sip of the naive arts by visiting The Croatian Museum of Naive Arts in the beautiful city of Zagreb! Participate in the guided tours with your friends or wander around individually, you will definitely find something that interests you on your way.

The Croatian Museum of Naive Art, Zagreb
Gornji Grad

The Stone Gate is one of the ’must-see’ things in Zagreb. The gate is the last remaining entrance to the city. Inside Kamenita vrata (Stone Gate), you will find one of Zagreb’s most popular shrines, a 16th-century statue of the Virgin Mary in a grille-covered niche. There are many visitors who come here to say a prayer or to light a votive candle. try try

23 Kamenita ulica, Zagreb

One of the best restaurants in town for local Croatian cuisine, and ideally situated only 5 minutes walk from the cathedral. Serves a fantastic selection of veal cutlets and pork fillets from the grill. Enchanting courtyard and personable service.

Nova ves 4, Zagreb

Dubravkin Put

Serves an excellent selection of Croatian seafood as well as superb meat dishes. Outdoor seating is possible when the weather permits it. Might be necessary to book in advance.

Dubravkin Put 2, 10000 Zagreb

Ilica is the longest and most popular street of Zagreb. It starts from the square of Jelacic and from there is pretty much covered in shops. However, most of them sell clothes and shoes only, but it is on this street that you will find all the designer brands.

Ilica, Zagreb
Arena Centar

Arena Center is a great place to go to if besides shopping you want to either watch a movie, play bowling or even spend some time in a casino! Stop by and wander around the stores, have a delicious lunch and end your day with watching a brand new movie in CineStar Arena IMAX.

Lanište 32, Zagreb


Zagreb Airport is situated about 10 kilometres southeast of the city. Every half hour, from 7.30 in the morning and 20.00, buses run by Croatian Airways connect to the bus station. A taxi from the airport to the city centre will take about 25 minutes.

Public transport

The local transport in Zagreb is shared between an efficient system of buses and trams that are run by ZET, the municipal authorities. The trams start at 04.00 and operate a daily scheme until 23.20, then the night service starts to operate. The night service is slightly infrequent, and it is difficult to figure out when trams arrive. The network is divided into 3 zones, but the trams operate only in zone 1, so you only need a ticket for more than one zone if you are planning a suburban expedition. Tickets for buses and trams can be bought from the newspaper stand.