City of Zagreb
An Old City with a Young Soul
The Croatian capital Zagreb is young and playful at heart, despite the almost thousand year-old history of its old town. By day,
the city beats to the pulse of its thriving businesses, letting its hair down come sunset. And despite being a thoroughly
modern metropolis, the locals welcome visitors with traditional Croatian hospitality.
Come and visit Croatia’s political, commercial and cultural heart! Zagreb’s old town is a true feast for your senses, where you
can sample some of the country’s most renowned restaurants and coffee shops in the midst of classic façades, lush gardens
and striking Neo-Gothic buildings.
Where to go
Today Maksimir park is an ideal place, five minutes from downtown, where you can at least for a moment remove yourself from city noise and enjoy your break and recreation.
Malo Jezero, Jarun “Zagreb’s sea” is the famous nickname for Jarun Lake. The parking spaces, nearby public transport, roller skating and cycling paths make Malo Jezero (Small Lake) extremely accessible.