Experience the Medieval charm of Zagreb, the capital and largest city in Croatia, situated on the slopes of the Medvednica Mountains along the River Sava. Zagreb began as two medieval fortress towns strategically located between Central Europe & the Adriatic Sea. Its well-connected trade route is still the biggest asset of the city, consolidating its position as an important commercial centre of Central and South-Eastern Europe.
The two sides of Zagreb are both must-sees – Gornji Grad (Upper Town) and Donji Grad (Lower Town). The Upper Town reminds you of Zagreb’s medieval past with its forts, towers, churches and museums. Zagreb’s Lower Town includes the open-air daily Dolac farmer's market.
This cosmopolitan city is the epitome of Croatian culture, arts, theatre, sports, and academics. You will be in awe of Zagreb’s bountiful nature represented by its parks & lakes, the architecture of its medieval towers, and grand palaces of the 19th century.
Zagreb boasts a range of interesting museums including the Zagreb Archaeological Museum and the Museum of Contemporary Art, displaying edgy and avant-garde collections. The Croatian National Theatre is the perfect place to take in compelling theatre, ballet, and opera shows. For something quirky, the Museum of Broken Relationships houses tokens of love from around the world.