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Known for Cafes, Museums and Historical Buildings
Discover the historic city of Zagreb—museums, cafés, and top sights from Archaeological Museum to Ban Jelacic Square.
Donji Grad is a welcoming neighborhood. The neighborhood's charm comes through with its friendly people.
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A welcoming neighborhood, Novi Zagreb offers a variety of options for restaurants.
With its twin Gothic spires soaring over the city, this iconic neo-Gothic cathedral is Zagreb’s most recognizable edifice.
In this innovative museum, rummage through the sentimental items heartbroken lovers have donated to tell the story of the human penchant for love.
Find a seat on a shaded bench and admire the natural surroundings at these tranquil and calming gardens.
Delve through the depths of time in a museum based in the spacious halls of a convent from the 17th century.
Take the family to see exotic animal species, such as lions, monkeys and tapirs, in this intimate zoo, set in the lush Maksimir Park.
An emblem of the city, this 13th-century church is best known for its much photographed multicolored roof tiles.
Admire a range of architectural styles, watch street performers and browse the stalls of a Christmas market at this lively square.
Once part of Zagreb’s ancient defensive walls, this 13th-century tower is home to a shrine dedicated to the city’s patron saint.