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Welcome to a virtual adventure through the streets and squares of Zagreb!

We are dedicated to sharing the beauty of Zagreb with you, no matter where you are. A virtual stroll through 360° panorama allows you to explore the history, culture, and architecture of our city, all with just one click from the comfort of your home.


Zagreb museums contain more than 3,6 million exhibits.


The plaque marking the 16th meridian, which passes through Zagreb, is on the corner of Vukovarska and Držićeva streets. It was placed there during the 1987 World Student Games.

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Zagreb Cathedral is 77m long and slightly more than 46m wide. Its twin spires are around 108m high.


Hotel Esplanade was built in 1925. It provided luxury lodging to Orient Express passengers on their route from Paris to Istanbul.

Everyone has their own experience of Zagreb

Some see it as a vibrant capital and others as a city built on a human scale. People love Zagreb for being green and close to nature, as well as for being a metropolitan city full of opportunities. Zagreb embraces all of these identities.

In one moment it acts like a rather formal institutional capital, only to loosen up in the next and charm you with its laid-back flair. Some of its streets never stop buzzing with metropolitan zest. But turn a corner and you will find yourself in a bucolic alleyway, where the only sound is that of birds chirping away.

Zagreb’s street plan betrays the city’s multiple identities

Zagreb’s street plan betrays the city’s multiple identities. The historic centre nestles among hilly meandering streets that blend in with the surrounding greenery. The newer parts of the city are more spacious, with broad avenues ideally suited to the flatlands beside the river.

Zagreb is unfussy about where in the world it is. The map shows it rooted well inland, but the Mediterranean breeze is never far away, especially in the way the city lives. Zagreb people are easygoing and love spending time with friends, especially outdoors and over food.

This is Zagreb

The southern mindset is so strong in Zagreb that even in the winter months people flock to café and restaurant terraces. Nothing really puts a stop to having fun in the city's streets and squares.

This fusion of Central European and Mediterranean lifestyles makes Zagreb a metropolis where everything is just around the corner. It’s in an urban patchwork such as this, where some areas fizzle with energy and others are tranquil and balmy, that everyone gets a piece for themselves. There is no one single Zagreb, and this is what makes Zagreb a singular city.


Gas lamps were first introduced in Zagreb in 1863. Today, more than 200 of them are still in use. A lamp lighter lights them in the evening and dims them in the morning. Zagreb is one of only three European cities to have kept this tradition alive.


There are around 4,500 cafés and restaurants in Zagreb. This makes a ratio of 1 café to every 175 inhabitants.


The Zagreb funicular is the world's shortest cable railway used for public transport. The 64-second ride covers a distance of 66 meters.


The noise generated by the Grič cannon can be as loud as 130 decibels. When it is fired at noon every day, its sound can even be heard south of the river Sava.

Explore Zagreb

Zagreb Top 10
Ideal for sightseeing by foot, Zagreb reveals most of its attractions in the old part of the city divided into Upper and Lower Town.
Three Romantic Days in Zagreb and Surroundings
Gingerbread heart is the most popular souvenir in Zagreb, while its slogan is “a city with a million hearts”
A green break from the city center
In the eastern part Maksimir, in the western part Jarun, and in the southern part Bundek - those are the three most famous parks in Zagreb with completely different personalities
Three Days of Zagreb and Surroundings for History Lovers
The city of Zagreb has officially been counting its history since the year 1094, even though many interesting things in this area had also been happening centuries before
A day for an adventure in Zagreb
You are already well acquainted with the best known parts of Zagreb – you've experienced the pace of the Lower Town, seen the sights of the Upper Town
Three Days of Zagreb and Surroundings for Foodies
It won't take long for you to discover that Zagrebians love taking a break and enjoying little things in life, especially if they involve sitting around a table.
Zagreb in 72 hours
Sticking around for three days allows you to enjoy a much fuller experience of the Zagreb way of life
Three Days of Zagreb and Surroundings for Families
A family trip means you need more activities and compromises, preferably with as little stress as possible
Sljeme – Nature Park within Easy Reach
Medvednica or the Zagreb Mountain rises behind the city's back and for the locals it is the most popular place for relaxation and outdoor activities