Zagreb is a Central European city known for its rich cultural heritage, natural beauty, and modern lifestyle; a city whose unique story fascinates its visitors.
Get to know Zagreb
From the central Ban Josip Jelačić Square, take Ilica, the longest street in Zagreb and spend time learning about the thousand-year history, the people and everyday life of the metropolis, which is also a European art city. Go for a walk through Zrinjevac or some of the other eight parks in Zagreb, stop by a concert or play at the Croatian National Theatre, and have a good time in a city that casually combines the continental and Mediterranean spirit.
Zagreb is the latest star on the tourist map of Europe; the centre of Croatian business, cultural, and political life. The history of Zagreb is reflected through its architecture, numerous monuments, museums and galleries, as well as a variety of cultural events. The cultural scene of Zagreb boasts 19 theatres, 24 museums, and 654 galleries.
- Population: 803,900
- Area: 641 km2
- Density: 1,214 ppl/km2
- Air: Continental
All accommodation in Zagreb
Hotel International, located in the heart of the business district of the country’s capital, is an excellent choice for business guests, as well as anyone visiting Zagreb as a tourist. With king-size beds and large bathrooms, the modern rooms offer comfort to make you feel at home. The largest Deluxe suites on the 10th floor of the hotel with a terrace overlooking Zagreb will satisfy even the most demanding guests, whether they are on holiday or on a business trip.
The modern Bed & Breakfast Hotel Jadran enjoys an excellent location in the centre of Zagreb, just a short walk from the central Ban Josip Jelačić Square, the Zagreb Cathedral, the Dolac Market, and all the attractions of the Upper and Lower Towns. With comfortable accommodation in 49 modern en-suite rooms, start the day with a great hotel breakfast. Free Wi-Fi is also available.