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

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The Croatian Museum of Naïve Art
Ćirilometodska ul. 3, Zagreb

Discover the naïve art of the 20th century by visiting this fine art museum in Zagreb. You can either book a guided tour or browse individually the over 1,900 artworks, including paintings, sculptures, drawings, and prints by Croatian but also international artists.

Gornji Grad
Kamenita ulica, Zagreb

Gornji Grad is the upper town area of Zagreb. The main attraction here is the Stone Gate, an old entrance point to the city, now holding a shrine with a 16th-century statue of the Virgin Mary in a grille-covered niche. Many visitors come here to say a prayer or to light a votive candle.

Baltazar 1982
Nova Ves 4, Zagreb

Baltazar is a fine dining restaurant that serves local Croatian cuisine. It is ideally situated only a 5-minute walk from the cathedral and has an enchanting courtyard where you can enjoy your meal.

Dubravkin put
Dubravkin put 2, Zagreb

Dubravkin put, featured on the Michelin Guide in 2019, serves an excellent selection of Croatian seafood as well as superb meat dishes, all accompanied by carefully-selected wines. Outdoor seating is possible when the weather permits it. It might be necessary to book in advance.

Ilica, Zagreb

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

Arena Centar
Ul. Vice Vukova 6, Zagreb

With its over 200 stores, Arena Centar is the largest shopping centre in the city, but it's even more than that, as it has a cinema, a casino, a gaming area, and several dining options. Some stores you'll find here are Calvin Klein, Desigual, Pull&Bear, Nike and Douglas.

Franjo Tuđman Airport Zagreb (ZAG)
Rudolfa Fizira 21, Zagreb

Zagreb Airport is situated about 10 kilometres southeast of the city. Every half hour, from 7:30 am to 8 pm, buses run by Croatian Airways connect the airport to the bus station. A taxi from the airport to the city centre will take about 25 minutes. Car rental services are also available.

Passport / Visa

Croatia can be visited visa-free for up to 90 days by citizens of most European countries, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Israel, UAE and most countries in America. If you are unsure whether or not you need to apply for a visa, we recommend contacting the embassy or consulate in your country. Citizens of EU countries can travel without a passport, but must have a valid ID with them during their stay. Other travelers need a passport that is valid for at least 3 months after the end of their intended trip in order to enter Croatia. Note that Croatia is not yet part of the Schengen zone, but allows visitors holding Schengen visas to enter the country without additional visa requirements.

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