Zagreb - A charming metropolis
Zagreb is one of the most charming southeastern european cities worth visiting any time of the year. On this page you can find accommodation and car rentals in Zagreb and lots of information about how to get there, where to go and what to do.
What to see?
Upper town - located in Gornji grad is Mark's Square and the church of St.Mark as well as Ban's Palace, a baroque palace which is also the seat of the Croatian Government. Visit the Croatian Museum of Naive Art, walk down to Catherine's Square, see the town palace of Dverce and the Lotrščak Tower.
Kaptol - Here you will find Zagreb's Cathedral, and a unique part of Kaptol called Opatovina. Dolac, which used to be Kaptol's estate, is nowadays Zagreb's main open market.
Lower town - famous for the main city square - Ban Jelacic Square and the longest street in Zagreb called Ilica.
Zagreb is the Croatian capital, which is located in the continental part and has a population of one million. It is one of the leading economic centers and a destination for business, congress and cultural tourism. The first written documentation of the city dates back to 1094 when a Diocese was founded on Kaptol, while the neighboring Gradec was proclaimed a free royal city in 1242. Both of the settlements were surrounded by high walls and towers, with remains still preserved till this day. The city of Zagreb was formed by merging these two medieval settlements.
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