Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, is a Central European city that has excellent air, road and train connections to other European and non-European cities. For instance, it is only 390 km away from Vienna, 576 km from Munich, 380 km from Budapest and 420 km from Venice.

For those who live in other, more distant metropolitan cities, it is best to arrive by plane. The city center is only 17 km away from a well equipped and modern airport which is connected to numerous European cities such as Paris, London, Rome, Zurich, Vienna, Moscow, Prague… and it is through these cities that you are linked to the entire world. When traveling from any European city, you arrive in Zagreb in less than two hours.

In association with the country’s national airline, Croatia Airlines, there are many other regular flights that include foreign airlines and numerous low-cost carriers. Over the past few years, Croatia has constructed a web of new, state of the art, modern motorways and if you are coming to Zagreb via Italy, Austria, Slovenia or Hungary, you will arrive quickly and safely.

Due to this update in the road system, the Croatian capital is 2 - 2,5 hours away from the Adriatic Sea and other parts of the country, making the area most convenient for pre and post-touring arrangements.   


Accommodation facilities in Zagreb are numerous and diverse, meeting everyone’s requirements.
There are big, high quality hotels, operating within world known chains as well as small private accommodation facilities.  

Zagreb has the possibility of accommodation in the very center at the most luxurious hotels, like Sheraton or Esplanade, but also some good quality 3* hotels.  

Professionalism, competence, hospitality are defining words used by Zagreb hotel guests to describe the city’s hotel services. Together with well equipped halls and excellent accommodation facilities, the diligent services provided by people who have proven to be admirable hosts to many international congresses, entertainment and sporting events and smaller (but no less important) meetings, display their readiness and willingness to fulfill your every wish.  

The Regent Esplanade Zagreb 5*
Sheraton Zagreb Hotel 5*
The Westin Zagreb 5*
Hotel Palace Zagreb 4*
Hotel International 4*
Four Points by Sheraton Panorama Hotel Zagreb 4*
Hotel Dubrovnik 4*
Hotel Arcotel Allegra 4*
Hotel Antunović Zagreb 4*
Hotel Golden Tulip Holiday 3*  



Arena Zagreb is a multi-purpose sports hall located in the southwestern part of Zagreb (in Laniste neighborhood of Novi Zagreb). The site also includes a building complex, the Arena Complex (Arena Center), expected to be the largest shopping and entertainment center in the city. The Croatian Government and the City Government of Zagreb held a public tender for the construction of a sports hall in order to host games in the 2009 World Men’s Handball Championship, and later for numerous other sporting, cultural and business events. The hall is supposed to have a 16,300 seating capacity. The Arena is used for handball, athletics, basketball, volleyball, numerous other sporting competitions and various concerts, exhibitions, fairs, conventions and congresses. The shopping center and Arena Zagreb will share a series of services such as a joint parking lot, multiplex cinema, wellness center, numerous restaurants, cafes and stores.  

Historical Places

There are many places which emphasize the importance of past and present events as seen by their interior décor alone, something to show guests. They are predominantly Zagreb’s historical places - richly decorated halls, museums and galleries situated inside other historical buildings in which important events from Croatia’s cultural and political history have taken place. Whether they are situated in the Upper or Lower Town, they are exquisite places with amazing interiors, located in the city center and with an excellent service that will make your every meeting or reception a memorable one.    

Art Pavillion
Trg kralja Tomislava 22  

Croatian Association of Artists
Trg žrtava fašizma bb  

Croatian National Theatre
Trg maršala Tita 15  

Klovićevi Dvori Gallery
Jezuitski trg 4  

Museum of Arts and Crafts
Trg maršala Tita 10  

The Golden Hall
Croatian Institute of History, Opatička 10  

The Illyrian Hall
Opatička 18  

The Mimara Museum
Rooseveltov trg 5  

Zagreb City Museum

Opatička 20

Our suggestions for sightseeings and excursions:

City tour of Zagreb

We invite you to experience the past and present of Zagreb by passing through the streets of Lower and Upper Town, by visiting the famous arcades and sculptures of Mirogoj Park Cemetery, by entering inside the Zagreb cathedral or by taking in the everyday lively atmosphere of Dolac Market Place. Our walk through the streets of the Upper Town will take us to St. Mark´s Church, a symbol of Zagreb, to the best view of Zagreb from under the Lotršćak Tower and to the Stone gate. Only in Zagreb noon is announced by the cannon firing from the Lotrščak Tower. Zagreb has Maksimir, the oldest public cultivated park in Europe and Archeological Museum is proud to present the mummy with the longest Etrusch epitaph.

Visit Medvedgrad

A medieval fortified town on Medvednica, about 30 - minute drive from the center of Zagreb. Built in 1250, it is one of the largest and most impressive hilltop fortress towns in Croatia. The fortress itself is uniquely impressive and commands breathtaking views of the city of Zagreb below. Take part in a spectacular re-enactment of a medieval battle with swords, bows and arrows. Become a brave medieval knight while the old defense walls of Medvedgrad relive their glory; rattling of the weapons, quarrels of the knights, love sorrows of the maidens... you might even learn how to be a bow archer.  

Plitvice lakes National Park

Situated in a thick forest, only a few hours away from Zagreb, Plitvice Lakes are considered one of the most beautiful natural phenomena in the world. The 16 lakes connected by 92 waterfalls, cascading through picturesque surroundings. Plitvice Lakes were declared a National Park in 1949, and since 1979 they have been on UNESCO’s list of World Natural Heritage.    

Plesivica wine tour and city of Samobor

Plesivica, seven kilometers away from Jastrebarsko, stands highly along the mountain slope having the same name and waits to be admired in all its variety and beauty. Almost all year round exposed to the sun, it doesn’t know what moisture and fog are. A large number of sunny days and suitable soils are favorable to the growing of grapevines which has been cultivated here since ancient times. Today Plesivica is a genuine symbol of the wine-growing and wine-making tradition of the Jaska`s area. Samobor, a city museum, is a picturesque small town with a well maintained ancient town core.  

Trakoscan castle and city of Varazdin

Varazdin is one of the most beautiful cities of the entire northern Croatia. The variety of cultural and historical offer in the city and its surroundings, as well as the beautiful countryside attract many visitors whole year round. The urban heart of this Central European Baroque town, which is often compared with Vienna, is very well preserved. The old town fortification, the central part of the town, numerous museums, galleries and collections as well as the Varazdin cemetery, protected as a horticultural monument, represent the main tourist attractions.Trakoscan castle is one of the most attractive castles in Croatia, which use to belong to the aristocrat family Draskovic and was turned into the museum  during 20th century. The inventory dates between 15th and 19th century.

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