Zagreb Holidays

Although not as popular a tourist destination as the coastal destinations of Dubrovnik or Split, Zagreb, the political and cultural capital of Croatia, is still worth a visit. Zagreb is a museum aficionados dream; home to more museums per square foot than any other city in the world. The city also has a large selection of cafes and restaurants that ... Read more
offer a variety of European as well as international cuisines. In fact, one of the favorite pleasures of the Zagrebcani (the people of Zagreb) is sitting in one of the numerous cafes watching the world go by.

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If you’re dreaming about a summer spent dipping your toes in the Adriatic, unfortunately you’re not alone. Summer, specifically July and August, is peak tourist season on the coast and islands of Croatia, so ... Read more
though you’ll likely enjoy the nice weather, you’ll have to endure exorbitant hotel rates and crowds, crowds, crowds. Summer is better spent inland at cities like Zagreb, where you’ll encounter an entirely different story: fewer tourists, more bargains, and cooler temperatures. The coast is much more pleasant in late spring and early fall when air and water temperatures are still warm, but places are cheaper and less crowded. Winter is also not bad along the coast, though it gets cold and snowy inland.

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Top Zagreb restaurants

  • La Struk
    9.89 reviews
    ££££
    Breakfast & Brunch
    Popular withFoodiesFamilies
  • Good Food
    9.58 reviews
    Fast Food, Salad, Sandwich
    Popular withGreenVegetarian
  • TORTE i to
    10.07 reviews
    Bakery, Coffee and Tea, Cafe
    Popular withFoodiesVegetarian
  • Amelie
    9.77 reviews
    Ice Cream and Desserts, Bakery
    Popular withFoodiesFamilies
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Zagreb reviews

  • 9.8
    History Buffs
  • 7.2
    Outdoor Enthusiasts
  • 7.0
    Backpackers
  • 6.9
    Foodies
  • 6.7
    Art & Design Lovers

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I loved the cafe society, great food at excellent prices, great shopping, great atmos

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Singapore

Wonderful city full of like. The backpackers hostel that we went to was in the heart of the city and it was really easy to get around. We partied quite a bit here and it is a great city for backpacking

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New York City

I like this city. It's the main city in Croatia but it's definitely less popular than Dubrovnik, Split and the coast side.
I loved it. I think it's underrated and you can a lot of amazing things to see here.
It's even better because it's not too crowded with tourists and you can actually enjoy. I definitely recommend it.

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I absolutely love this city!
Zagreb is not popular among tourists like Split, Dubrovnik and so on, but it has it's perks.
Croatians love their city and I think that's really awesome.
There are lot of buildings and restaurants plus I loved the center of Zagreb, truly remarkable.
You should totally visit Zagreb as well, give this city a chance...it won't disappoint you.

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Foster City

I had to stop 1 night here before I catch my flight to Dubrovnik. So I say, lets explore! Walked everywhere around town and did my own walking tour with a guide book. Saw a lot of nice medieval looking places, St. Mark's Church and Zagreb Cathedral were my favorite!

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Zeleznik

it was so and so,belgrade is new york for zagreb.i give to zagreb from 1 to 10 ,3

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New Delhi

lots of parks in this town and historical sites. not super popular among tourists. but it's certainly worth a day trip or at least for a few hours before your flight

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Anchorage

Although it's not the first choice for most tourists to Croatia, Zagreb is the only place in the country I've been. I found it to be quite a pleasant city of fine buildings, parks, and numerous cafes. Considering the large size of the city, the people were friendly.

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Most underrated city in Europe if you ask me. Zagreb citizens love their city...a few hours lingering in one of their famous street side cafes, and you will, too. Great museums everywhere.

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Local from Zagreb

Although Croatia's capital, Zagreb is an easy going and walkable city. All major highlights can be explored on foot. It's also perfect to just hang around. If you don't have time to travel around Croatia, Zagreb is also a perfect place to try food and wine from every region in the country.

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