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Zagreb is the capital of Croatia. It is located in the northwestern part of the country, north of the river Sava. It is located on the foothills of Medvednica on 640 square kilometers. Zagreb has approximately 800,000 inhabitants. This beautiful, historic city is the seat of important state institutions, international companies and numerous universities. It is a seat of government, parliament and the Archbishopric. Zagreb is a very important transport and rail link between Central Europe and the Adriatic Sea, where travel every year hundreds of thousands of tourists.
In Zagreb, we can offer a varied range of accommodation. Based on your requirements, we can arrange accommodation in the form of beautiful and prestigious hotels, as well as apartments, boarding houses or hostels. From the well-known international hotel chains we can offer hotels Sheraton, Best Western, International. These hotels are located mainly in the city center, near the main train station or the Museum Mimara. A popular accommodation is also located at Ban Jelacic Square or the beautiful park Zrinjevac, located in the city center. The most favourite hotels are: Dubrovnik Hotel, Hotel Central, Hotel Jagerhorn or Palace Hotel Zagreb. We can also offer accommodation in apartments, that are spread thickly throughout the city. For small groups or individual clients might be ideal studio apartments and for families with children we can offer family suites. Larger groups might be interested in more bedroom suites. Some of the apartments even offer the possibility to order a breakfast. For clients that are looking for smaller and cosy accommodation, we can offer a number of nice small hotels or guesthouses.
The history of Zagreb dates back to the Middle Ages, when its historic core originated on two hills - Gradec and Kaptol. Zagreb was firstly mentioned in 1094, when the Hungarian King Ladislaus built the diocese here. The neo-Gothic cathedral is still the main symbol of the city. From the 11th century Zagreb evolved culturally, economically, but also spiritually and became the center of this part of Europe. In the 13th century, Hungarian King Bela IV. arrived here to find shelter from the raids of the Tatars. The name Zagreb was given to the city in the 16th century. Until then, the city was divided into two parts - Gradec as political and Kaptol as a religious center. In 1850 the three districts - Gradec, Kaptol and the Lower Town (Donji Grad) were joint in one. In the 17th and 18th centuries Zagreb struck several fires. In the 19th and 20th century there were built large theaters, museums, exhibition halls and other cultural and scientific institutions in Zagreb. After the First World War and the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, there was held South Slavic Nations Assembly, where it was decided to create a new state, the Kingdom of SHS. Since 1991, Zagreb became once again the capital of Croatia.
17 km southeast of Zagreb there is located the Zagreb International Airport. The major airline that operates here is Croatia Airlines, which is a member of the Star Alliance and operates flights to destinations such as Amsterdam, Barcelona, Brussels, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, London, Moscow, Madrid or Tel Aviv. Airport also cooperates with many other airlines, such as British Airways, Lufthansa, Czech Airlines, TAP Portugal and Aeroflot. The closest airports to Zagreb are in Rijeka, Graz, Klagenfurt and Trieste. Between the airport and Zagreb's city center runs regular bus service. The main bus route is from the airport station Zračna luka to the main bus station. Another option, how to get from the airport to the city, are taxis, or you can rent a car at the airport. In Zagreb, you can also find a train station (Glavni kolodvor), which is a major railway junction in conjunction with many major cities, for example Vienna, Budapest, Zurich, Munich, Salzburg and Belgrade. If you visit Zagreb for more days and you plan to use public transport, you can buy Zagreb Card, that among other things offers discounts to museums, restaurants and shops.
Zagreb offers visitors many cultural activities. There are lots of beautiful places and sights that you should not miss when visiting the city. For example, there are twenty theaters, more than sixty museums, galleries and several multiplexes. On Roosveltova Square, you can find one of the most famous museums, Mimar, with an exhibition of more than 1,500 objects from the 20th century. Furthermore, you can visit Strossmayer Gallery, located on the square Zrinski. The local exhibition offers a collection of famous European painters. Other sights include the city Lotrščak Tower from the 13th century, then Bánský Court, now the seat of the Croatian Government, Stone Gate, Archbishop's Palace and Cathedral of the Assumption from the 12th century. Plant lovers can visit the local botanical garden with nearly 10 thousand species of plants. The City of Zagreb has also several beautiful parks, that are used mainly for rest, for example Maksimir Park and Ribnjak.
Zagreb is a home to three major premier league football clubs - Dinamo Zagreb, Lokomotiva Zagreb and NK Zagreb. The largest stadium “Maksimir” offers capacity of over 35,000 people. In 2008 there was completed Arena Zagreb, that has several tennis playgrounds, swimming pool, as well as the playground for basketball, volleyball, hockey and handball.
The most important personalities of the city include writers Vladimir Nazor and Eugen Kumičića, politician Ivica Racan, or skiers Janica Kostelic, Ivica Kostelic, tennis player Ajla Tomljanović or footballer Mirko Kokotović.
Cvjetka Rubetića 27, Zagreb
Enjoying a quiet elevated location 500 metres from the main square, the elegant Feels Like Home Apartments is just 50 metres from the Šalata Sports Centre with swimming pools, gym, tennis and basketball courts. Free Wi-Fi, LCD cable TV and free parking are provided.
Branimirova 3, Zagreb
Offering free WiFi and cable TVs in its air-conditioned rooms, Hotel Central is just a 5-minute walk from Zagreb's main square and within easy walking distance from all the major sights. Glavni Kolodvor Tram Stop is right next to the hotel.
Kneza Branimira 29, Zagreb
Arcotel Allegra Zagreb is located in the heart of the city, in the Branimir Centre. Just a few steps from the Main Train Station, this modernly designed hotel features a small wellness centre, fitness area and an a-la-carte restaurant and bar.
Petrinjska 71, Zagreb
Located in a quiet area in the centre of Zagreb, 300 metres from the Main Train Station, the elegant Hotel Astoria offers free private parking and free Wi-Fi. The rooms are equipped with cable TV, air conditioning, private safes and hairdryers as well as bathroom amenities.
Tkalčićeva 88, Zagreb
Set in the vivid Tkalčićeva Street, Hotel Academia offers accommodation in the centre of Zagreb. The hotel is located 700 metres from the central square of Zagreb, Ban Jelačić Square.
Square J.J.Strossmayer 10, Zagreb
Enjoying a superb location in the centre of Zagreb, the traditional Art Nouveau Palace Hotel Zagreb offers warm, familiar atmosphere, excellent services and highly skilled, attentive staff. Overlooking one of Zagreb's most beautiful parks, the hotel is only a 5-minute walk from the main city square Jelačić Square and the historical core of the city.
Ljudevita Gaja 1, Zagreb
Located in the very heart of Zagreb, Hotel Dubrovnik is set on Zagreb’s Main Square and has a tradition dating back to 1929. It offers renovated rooms and suites with classical décor and modern amenities.
Bogovićeva 1, Zagreb
Right on the Zagreb's Main Square, Apartments Angel Main Square offers modern-style apartments with design furniture and free Wi-Fi. Its guests can easily explore all the major touristic sights, parks and promenades filled with restaurants and bars.
Ilica 14, Zagreb
Situated between the main pedestrian street and Zagreb's old town close to Ban Jelacic Square, this hotel was refurbished in 2011. Founded in 1827, Hotel Jagerhorn is the city's oldest standing hotel.
Trg bana Josipa Jelačića 5, Zagreb
Set in a secession-era building right on Ban Jelačić Square in Zagreb, Main Square Residence offers air-conditioned studios with free WiFi access. The vibrant Tkalčićeva Street is 70 metres from the property and the Museum of Broken Relationships can be reached in 400 metres.
Avenija Marina Držića 9, Zagreb
Located just across the Main Bus Station, this boutique hotel was built in 2013 and it offers an on-site bar, modernly furnished rooms with air conditioning and free WiFi. The centre of Zagreb with all its sights is 1.7 km from Hotel 9.
Mihanovićeva 1, Zagreb
Situated in Zagreb city centre, right next to the Zagreb Main Railway Station, 5-star Esplanade Zagreb Hotel offers a fitness centre and sauna. Free WiFi access is featured throughout the hotel.