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Kaptol

�agreb

is the capital of the Republic of Croatia and its cultural, scientific, economic, political and administrative centre. It is located in the north-west side of the country on the southern slopes of the Medvednica Mountain along the River Sava. Although the oldest settlement in the urban area of Zagreb was a Roman town of Andautonia, now Šćitarjevo, the real beginnings of Zagreb can be traced to two medieval settlements. The smaller and eastern Kaptol, inhabited mainly by clergy and housing Zagreb Cathedral, was founded in 1094 when Hungarian King Ladislav (1040 – 1095) established the Zagreb Diocese. The larger and western Gradec, inhabited mainly by farmers and merchants, was proclaimed a free and a royal city by the Golden Bull of King Bela IV in 1242 as a sign of his gratitude for offering him a refuge from Tatars. Gradec (the Upper Town) and Kaptol were united in 1851 by Viceroy Josip Jelačić (1801 – 1859), who is also accredited for naming the main city square, Ban (Governor) Josip Jelačić Square. There is a legend of how the city was named: on a sunny day, a brave governor, exhausted from a battle, asked a girl named Manda to ladle him out (“zagrabiti” in Croatian) some water from the spring (Manduševac) and the city became Zagreb. In the second half of the 19th century the town spread its borders southward and the new centre was created - the Down Town: from Ban Jelačić Square in the north to Central Station in the south and from West Railway Station to Drašković Street in the east. The most representative part of the town between Petrinjska and Savska Street, consists of series of squares, called Green Horseshoe, due to the abundance of plants. Important cultural and scientific institutions of the town are placed there. The position of the town enabled its development and Zagreb soon started to spread. The area between Central Station and the River Sava witnessed a new construction boom after the World War II. New residential areas south of the River Sava were built (The New Zagreb) and the town expanded both westward and eastward. Today, Zagreb extends over 30 kilometres (19 miles) east-west and around 20 kilometres (12 miles) northsouth. It is the only metropolitan area in Croatia known for its high quality of living, which makes it more interesting to the foreigners who welcome to enjoy and spend some quality time in the town with million hearts.

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Stone Gate

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The Stone Gate is Zagreb’s

only preserved gate from medieval defence walls and one of the most recognizable symbols. Although it was first mentioned in 1429, it is assumed to have been built in 1266. In 1760 it was renovated after a great fire that destroyed much of Gradec on the 31 May 1731, burning down houses that were close to the Stone Gate. According to a legend all wooden parts of the Gate were destroyed, except for the painting of the Virgin Mary and infant Jesus. To commemorate the event, grateful citizens built a chapel within the arch of the Old Stone Gate. On the 200th anniversary of its miraculous salvation from the fire, the 31 May 1931, the painting on canvas depicts Our Lady with a gold crown which was added to the altar of the chapel. Today many believers come here to pray, light candles and worship the Virgin Mary of the Stone Gate.

St Mark’s Square is situated in the centre of the Upper Town with

the Church of St Mark in the middle. It was the centre of trade and social life of the former Gradec until the mid-19th century when it became the Croatian political centre. Today, it is still the symbol of political life in Croatia – Croatian presidents take their oath here and important state institutions such as the Croatian Parliament, the Government and the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Croatia are placed in the surrounding buildings. The Old Town Hall is placed in Ćirilometodska Street and St Mark’s Church it has been there since the Middle Ages. Today, it is the place for the Town Assembly meetings.

St Mark’s Church is the parish church of the old Zagreb and one of its oldest buildings. It was built in the 13th century and from that Romanesque period a window in the south wall of the church and a bell-tower remain. In the second half of the 14th century, the church was reconstructed and turned into a late Gothic church. The most valuable part of St Mark’s Church is its south portal, considered to be the work of the sculptors of the Parler family from Prague (end of the 14th century). The Gothic composition of the portal consists of fifteen effigies placed in eleven shallow niches. The statues of Joseph and Mary with infant Jesus are on top, and below them one can see St Mark and the Lion; the Twelve Apostles


are placed on both sides of the portal (four wooden statues replacing the original ones which was destroyed). In its artistic composition and the number of statues, this portal is the richest and the most valuable Gothic portal in South Eastern Europe. On the north-western wall there is the oldest coat of arms of Zagreb from St Mark’s Church 1499. On the roof, tiles are laid so that they represent the coat of arms of Zagreb (white castle with the red background) and the Triune Kingdom of Croatia, Slavonia and Dalmatia. Again, the church has been reconstructed twice until today, in the second half of the 19th century according to the Viennese architects’ design, Friedrich von Schmidt (1825 – 1891) and Hermann Bollé (1845 – 1926), and in the first half of the 20th century, when the painter Jozo Kljaković (1889 – 1969) painted its walls and the works of the famous sculptor Ivan Meštrović (1883 – 1962) were put onto the altar.

St Catherine’s Church, placed at Katarinski Square in the Upper Town, is

the finest baroque church in Zagreb, built between 1620 and 1632 by the Jesuits. A monastery was built adjacent to the church and today it is a home to the art gallery Klovićevi Dvori. The church is one-nave with six side chapels and a shrine. The chapels have five wooden baroque altars from the 17th century and one marble altar from 1729. The ceiling and the walls are full of stucco from 1732. In the shrine, on the main altar, there is a big illusionists’ composition St Catherine among the Philosophers of Alexandria, painted by Kristofor Andrija Jelovšek (Slovenian painter from Ljubljana). St Catherine’s Church was twice damaged in a fire, once in 1645 and again in 1674. Its interior was devastated but refurnished with the help of wealthy Croatian nobles. The last disaster was the 1880’s earthquake after which the church needed a reconstruction done according to Hermann Bollé’s project.

The Lotrščak Tower was built in the middle of the 13th century to guard the

southern gate of the town wall, a former small gate Dverce, demolished in 1812 during the reconstruction of the southern promenade, called the Strossmayer Promenade. The tower is the best preserved building of the former defence system of Lotrščak Tower Gradec. The name is derived from Latin „campana latrunculorum“, the Bell of Thief as it was called, referring to the bell hung in the tower to signal the closing of the town gates. Instead of the Bell of Thief, the Grič Cannon has been fired from the tower each day at noon since the 1 January 1877 until present time. The blasting of Zagreb’s cannon has become one of its traditions and also the most peaceful one in the world.

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Funicular

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The Funicular

links the Upper Town (Strossmayer Promenade and the Lotrščak Tower) with the Down Town (Ilica Street). Its 66-metre (217 ft) track makes it one of the shortest publictransport funiculars in the world. The funicular was built in 1890, but due to frequent damages, it has been in operation since the 23 April 1893. It initially had steam engines which were substituted with electrical engines in 1934. Its present appearance dates from 1974. Having in mind that it kept its original shape, constructional and most of the technical properties, it was given legal protection as a monument of culture.

The Strossmayer Promenade, tree-lined alley, placed along the former

southern defensive wall of Gradec, was built at the end of the 19th century with money donated by private citizens. It was named after Bishop Josip Juraj Strossmayer (1815 – 1905), a prominent member of the Croatian Cultural Revival and an eminently influential person of the 19th-century society and politics. From the promenade there are magnificent views of the Down Town, as well as of Zagreb Cathedral and the whole Kaptol. The promenade got its final form at the beginning of the 20th century when public stairs, fence walls and lamps were added. Citizens of Zagreb and its visitors like to walk along the promenade and rest a little next to the great Croatian poet and writer Antun Gustav Matoš (1873 – 1914) on The statue of Matoš resting on a bench. This original monument is the work of the Cathedral of the well known sculptor Ivan Kožarić (1921).

The Cathedral of the Assumption of the Holy Virgin Mary on Kaptol is the tallest

and most monumental Neo-Gothic style sacral building in Croatia, south-east of the Alps. It is dedicated to the Assumption of Mary and to St Stephen, the Hungarian king, its second patron. The cathedral had a long history of construction and restoration after several acts and threats of terrorism and natural disasters. The construction started soon after the establishment of the Diocese of Zagreb (about 1094) in the transitional Romanesque-Gothic style and was finished in 1217, but Tatars destroyed it in 1242. The Bishop Timothy (1263 – 1287) started the construction of the new, Gothic style monumental cathedral on remnants of the older one and it lasted during the 14th and the 15th century. In

Assumption of the Holy Virgin Mary


the 16th century the cathedral was fortified by walls and towers due to fear of the Ottoman Turks. After the threat had passed (17th century), a single bell-tower was built in Renaissance and Baroque style. During the 18th century, the cathedral fortifications on the south and east were reconstructed into monumental bishop’s palace. The cathedral was severely damaged by an earthquake in 1880. The main nave collapsed and the bell-tower was damaged beyond repair. The restoration of the cathedral in the Neo-Gothic style was led by Hermann Bollé (1845 – 1926), according to the design of Friedrich von Schmidt (1825 – 1891), bringing A. G. Matoš Statue the cathedral to its present form with two elegant belltowers (105 m or 344,5 ft) that became the symbol of Zagreb. Even though one tower with the wall in front of the cathedral was pulled down in 1906 in order to open the view of the renovated front, the walls remain one of the best preserved Renaissance defence walls in Europe. In front of the cathedral, at the Kaptol Square, there is a statue of the Holy Virgin Mary with four angels, work of an Austrian sculptor Anton Dominik Fernkorn (1813 – 1878). The Treasury of the cathedral contains fine works of religious art and objects that, along with rich cathedral interior, represent an important cultural and religious heritage of the Croatian people.

Tkalčićeva Street is the most attractive and colourful street in Zagreb, a

place bustling with life in front of numerous traditional shops, cafés and restaurants, particularly during hot summer evenings. Tkalčićeva Street used to be called Potok which means a brook and it flowed through the present street dividing Gradec and Kaptol. The Power of the water from the brook was used for the mills that supplied citiziens of Zagreb with flour. First manufactures of paper, cloth, stonemasonry, liqueurs and leather factory were built here. The leather factory was constructed in 1864 and developed into the largest one in the city. Industrial development caused the pollution of the water. At the end of the 19th century, the creek had to be covered and its waters diverted into the Ribnjak Valley, and later on, to the Sava River. In 1913 the street was named after the historian Ivan the Baptist Tkalčić (1840 – 1905) who had dedicated his life to the study of the history of the Zagreb Diocese and the City of Zagreb. Complete reconstruction of the street was made in the second half of the 20th century. A statue of the great Croatian female novelist and the first Croatian female journalist, Marija Jurić – Zagorka (1873 – 1957) is placed in its central part. Ban Jelačić Square

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Ban Jelačić Square is the central

and most popular town square. The square has existed since the 17th century as the place of provincial fair and market, named Harmica. In 1848 the square was renamed in the honour of Ban Josip Jelačić (1801 – 1859). The statue of Ban Josip Jelačić on a horse standing in the middle of the square was created by an Austrian sculptor Anton Dominik Fernkorn (1813 - 1878) and it was installed on the 19 October 1866 by Austrian authorities.


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The Well of Life by Ivan Mestrovic

After the World War II, 1947 the Communist government removed the statue and renamed the square Trg Republike (The Republic Square) accusing him of being a servant of foreign interests. Antun Bauer, the curator of Gliptoteka Gallery, kept it in the gallery cellar until 1990. In 1990 after elections in Croatia and public petition, the statue was returned to the square and the name has again been changed in Ban Josip Jelačić’s honour and his struggle for freedom and unification of Croatian provinces against Hungarians. The square has always been the centre of city’s social life and most popular meeting point.

Zrinjevac is named after the Croatian Ban Nikola Šubić Zrinjski (1508 - 1566) who

died defending Hungarian fortress of Szigetvar besieged by the Ottoman invaders. It is a part of ‘’Lenuci’s Horseshoe’’ or ‘’Green Horseshoe’’. It consists of eight squares in Donji Grad laid by an engineer Milan Lenuci (1849 – 1924) in the 19th century. The central fountain was the first fountain, built in 1878. It is popularly called ‘’The Mushroom’’ because of its shape and it was designed by the architect Herman Bollé.

The Art Pavilion is an art gallery established in 1898. It is the oldest gallery in the Southeast Europe designed for large, representative exhibitions. The pavilion is situated between Zrinjevac Park and the King Tomislav Square. To celebrate its 120th anniversary, The Art Pavilion in Zagreb is organizing an exhibition to honour its founder Vlaho Bukovac, who remains the most famous Croatian painter at the turn of the 20th century. The exhibition is also dedicated to famous painter Alexander Cabanel, Vlaho’s Paris professor, and it will be held from 25 September 2018 to 6 January 2019. Art Pavilion


Mimara Museum

The Mimara Museum is an art museum situated at the Roosevelt Square. Museum was opened in 1987 and created by donation of Wiltrud and Ante Topić Mimara. Ante Topić Mimara (1898 – 1987) was a painter, renovator and collector whose collection comprises of more than 3750 objects from all over the world including paintings, sculptures, glass, furnishings and textiles. Official name of the museum is the ‘’Art collection of Ante and Wiltrud Topić Mimara’’. The building is from the 19th century and it served as a gymnasium.

The Main Railway Station

was authorized by the Royal Hungarian Government in 1890 according to the neoclassical design of Hungarian architect Ferenc Pfaff in 1892. Sculptural works were made by Hungarian sculptor Vilim Marschenko. The station building was reconstructed two times, from 1986 to 1987 and in 2006.

King Tomislav Statue by Croatian sculptor Robert Frangeš Mihanović (1872-

1940). King Tomislav (910 - 928) was a medieval Croatian ruler who defended Croatian territory from Hungarian attacks. He annexed the regions and for the first time united all the regions into one state. He was the first king of Croatia, crowned in the year 925.

Memorial Center - Dražen Petrović King Tomislav Statue

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is situated at Dražen Petrović Square. Dražen Petrović (1964 – 1993) was one of the best basketball players of all times. He played for Šibenka – Šibenik, Cibona Zagreb, Real Madrid, Portland Trailblazers and New Jersey Nets. Due to his great talent and skills, he gained the nickname ‘’Basketball Mozart’’. He tragically died at the age of 28 in a car accident on the German motorway near Ingolstadt. Dražen was elected into the Basketball Hall of Fame on the 27 September 2002. In the museum you can see most of the medals, trophies, equipment and sports gear, posters and photographs from Dražen’s sports, private and public life.


Croatian National Theatre

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The Croatian National Theatre is situated on the Marshall Tito Square. It is a theatre, opera and ballet house operated by the Ministry of Culture. Neo-baroque building was designed by the two Viennese architects Ferdinand Helmer and Hermann Fellner. They were famous for the design of several representative theatres and concert houses. Austro-Hungarian emperor Franz Joseph I (1830 - 1916) opened the theatre on 14 October 1895. The Croatian National Theatre is the central theatre house in Croatia where leading Croatian actors and directors work. In front of the entrance there is a fountain called ‘’ The Well of Life’’, designed by a Croatian artist and sculptor Ivan Meštrović (1883 - 1962) in 1905.

The Petar Preradović Square known as the Flower Square (Cvjetni

trg). It was named after the Croatian army general and poet Petar Preradović (1818 1872). This pedestrian square is a popular meeting place famous for its flower stands where local people enjoy drinking coffee and having fun with friends in numerous cafés. The square is the venue of various events: promotions, concerts and the special atmosphere that take place during the Advent Fair. You can also see the Oktogon on the square, a unique passage in Zagreb and the oldest of the kind in this part of Europe from the 19th century, Petar Preradović statue and the Orthodox Church built in 1866.

Oktogon Passage


Botanical Garden

Botanical Garden was founded in 1889 by Antun Heinz (1861 - 1919), Professor of the University of Zagreb. The Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics owns the garden. The first plants were planted in 1892. 10 000 plant species from around the world, including exotic ones, cover a surface of 5 hectares. Park arboretum is made in the English style with flower floor in the central and west part of the garden.

Maksimir – Zoo located in the Maksimir Park, is a unique oasis of nature and one of the most beautiful zoos in the Central Europe. This favourite place for relaxation and leisure opened in 1925 on the Swan’s Island with only 3 foxes and 2 wild owls, and today covers an area of ​​7 hectares where visitors can see 275 species of animals: mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish and invertebrates from all continents. In addition, a number of educational programmes and events aimed at better understanding of the nature and the need to protect endangered species are held in the Zoo. Therefore, you can attend the daily feeding of the animals while the Zookeepers inform and answer the visitors’ questions. Many facilities that belong to the rich cultural and historical heritage were built in the garden, such as the Tower, the Lion’s bridge with four stone lions, the Egyptians - 5 meters tall statues or the statue of a fisherman of Naples. Especially attractive is a boat trip on the lake which lets you experience the Zoo from a completely different perspective.

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Medvedgrad

Medvedgrad is an old fortress built in the 13th century on the southern slopes of

Mount Medvednica at an altitude of 593 m. This location provided a perfect position to control the surroundings and traffic routes. The question of the period and the cause of constructing Medvedgrad has not yet been fully clarified. The period between 1249 and 1254 is the most frequently mentioned as the period of its construction upon the orders of the Bishop Philip of Zagreb defending the Kaptol and the bishop’s possessions from the attacks of the Tatars. Historians consider Medvedgrad a classic burg with elements of high quality. A burg is a German word and signifies a fortress, a castle or a palace, a residence of local rulers and royalty, surrounded by defensive walls. Medvedgrad, therefore, represents the best preserved example of a medieval burg in Croatia. Around 1260, King Bela IV (1206 – 1270) entrusted the fortress to the Duke Stjepko Šubić, and later it was governed by many Croatian bans and nobles. It was significantly damaged by an earthquake in 1590, and due to the consequences it was abandoned in 1602 by its last residents. Many stories and legends are connected to Medvedgrad, and in some records, it is even called the cursed city - Maledictum Castrum Medved. The most famous is the story of the Black Queen, who sold her soul to the Satan, her screams echoing in the night and her treasure buried somewhere in the interior walls of Medvedgrad. During the seventies, an extensive archaeological research began when an early Gothic octagonal chapel Saint Philip and Jacob was discovered and fully restored. After completion of the conservation work, at the bottom of the southern wall, The Altar of the Homeland was erected in 1994, a monument to those who died during the Croatian War of Independence and a place of reverence to the Croatian homeland. The monument is assembled of cubes with carved motifs from the time of Duke Branimir, with a large cross and verses of the Croatian national anthem. In the middle, there is an “eternal fire”. Medvedgrad offers a breath taking view of the city of Zagreb and is regarded by many as the best place for watching Zagreb at night.


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HOTELS Esplanade Zagreb Hotel  Address: Mihanovićeva 1 Phone: +385 1 4566 666 Email: info@esplanade.hr Web: www.esplanade.hr The Westin Zagreb  Address: Kršnjavoga 1 Phone: +385 1 4892 000 Email: westin.zagreb@westinzagreb.com Web: www.westinzagreb.com Sheraton Zagreb Hotel  Address: Kneza Borne 2 Phone: +385 1 4553 535 Email: sheraton.zagreb@sheratonzagreb.com Web: www.sheratonzagreb.com

Best Western Premier Hotel Astoria  Address: Petrinjska 71 Phone: +385 1 4808 900 Email: sales@hotelastoria.hr Web: www.hotelastoria.hr DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Zagreb  Address: Ulica grada Vukovara 269a Phone: +385 1 6001 900 Email: zagreb.info@hilton.com Web: www.doubletree3.hilton.com Hotel Academia  Address: Tkalčićeva 88 Phone: +385 1 4550 046 Email: recepcija@hotelacademia.hr Web: www.hotelacademia.hr

Admiral Hotel  Address: Rudeška cesta 140 Phone: +385 1 3322 900 Email: info@admiralhotel.hr Web: www.admiralhotel.hr

Hotel Aristos  Address: Cebini 33, Buzin Phone: +385 1 6695 900 Email: aristos@hotel-aristos.hr Web: www.hotel-aristos.hr

Antunović Zagreb  Address: Zagrebačka avenija 100 a Phone: +385 1 2041 201 Email: rezervacije@hotelantunovic.com Web: www.hotelantunovic.com

Hotel As  Address: Zelengaj 2a Phone: +385 1 4609 111 Email: as@hotel-as.hr Web: www.hotel-as.hr

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Hotel Garden  Address: Valentina Vodnika 13 Phone: +385 1 4843 720 Email: info@gardenhotel.hr Web: www.gardenhotel.hr Hotel International  Address: Miramarska 24 Phone: +385 1 6108 800 Email: hotel@hotel-international.hr Web: www.hotel-international.hr Hotel President Pantovcak  Address: Pantovčak 52 Phone: +385 1 4881 480 Email: hotel@president-zagreb.com Web: www.president-zagreb.com Hotel Puntijar  Address: Gračanska cesta 67 Phone: +385 1 6457 900 Email: info@hotelpuntijar.com Web: www.hotelpuntijar.com Hotel 9  Address: Avenija Marina Držića 9 Phone: +385 1 5625 040 Email: info@hotel9.hr Web: www.hotel9.hr Main Square Residence  Address: Trg bana Josipa Jelačića 5 Phone: +385 1 2078 530 Email: info@mainsquareresidence.com Web: www.mainsquareresidence.com Palace Hotel Zagreb  Address: Trg J.J. Strossmayera 10 Phone: +385 1 4899 600 Email: palace@palace.hr Web: www.palace.hr

Panorama Zagreb Hotel  Address: Trg Krešimira Ćosića 9 Phone: +385 1 3658 333 Email: hotel@panorama-zagreb.com Web: www.panorama-zagreb.com Phoenix Hotel  Address: Sesvetska cesta 29 Phone: +385 1 2006 333 Email: hotel@phoenix.hr Web: www.hotelphoenix.hr Residence Park Apartments  Address: Ivana Dežmana 5 Phone: +385 99 323 7682 Email: zagreb@residencepark.hr Web: www.residencepark.hr Zig Zag  Address: Petrinjska 9 Phone: +385 1 8895 433 Email: info@zigzag.hr Web: www.zigzag.hr Zovko Hotel  Address: Slavonska avenija 59 Phone: +385 1 2040 840 Email: hotel@zovko.com Web: www.hoteli-zovko.com Art Hotel Like  Address: Vlaška 44 Phone: +385 1 4616 610 Email: info@arthotellike.hr Web: www.arthotellike.hr Best Western Hotel Stella  Address: Maslenička 1 Phone: +385 1 5393 600 Email: info@hotel-stella.hr Web: www.hotel-stella.hr Hotel Central  Address: Kneza Branimira 3 Phone: +385 1 4841 122 Email: info@hotel-central.hr Web: www.hotel-central.hr

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Hotel Dubrovnik  Address: Gajeva 1 Phone: +385 1 4863 555 Email: info@hotel-dubrovnik.hr Web: www.hotel-dubrovnik.hr


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Hotel Croatia Zagreb  Address: Vinogradska cesta 20 Phone: +385 1 3768 870 Email: info@hotel-croatia.com.hr Web: www.hotel-croatia.com.hr

Hotel Jarun  Address: Hrgovići 2 Phone: +385 1 3691 111 Email: info@hotel-jarun.com Web: www.hotel-jarun.com

Hotel Delminivm  Address: Prosenička 14 Phone: +385 1 3734 860 Email: delminivm@hotel-delminivm.hr Web: www.hotel-delminivm.hr

Hotel Laguna  Address: Kranjčevićeva 29 Phone: +385 1 3047 000 Email: info@hotel-laguna.hr Web: www.hotel-laguna.hr

Hotel Galerija  Address: Pogačićeva 11, Blato Phone: +385 1 6542 577 Email: hotel.galerija@zg.t-com.hr Web: www.hotel-galerija.hr

Hotel Meridijan16  Address: Ulica grada Vukovara 241 Phone: +385 1 6065 200 Email: desk@meridijan16.com Web: www.meridijan16.com

Hotel Holiday Zagreb  Address: Jankomir 27 Phone: +385 1 3496 621 Email: info@hotel-holiday.hr Web: www.hotel-holiday.hr

Hotel Orient Express  Address: Trnjanska cesta 11e Phone: +385 1 4954 210 Email: info@hotelorientexpress.com Web: www.hotelorientexpress.com

Hotel I  Address: Ive Robića 2 Phone: +385 1 6141 222 Email: info@hotel-i.hr Web: www.hotel-i.hr

Hotel Raca  Address: Vugrovečka cesta 40 a Phone: +385 1 2000 610 Email: info@hotelraca.hr Web: www.hotelraca.hr

Hotel Ilica  Address: Ilica 102 Phone: +385 1 3777 522 Email: info@hotel-ilica.hr Web: www.hotel-ilica.hr

Hotel Rebro  Address: Kišpatićeva 12 Phone: +385 1 8886 900 Email: info@hotelrebro.com Web: www.hotelrebro.com

Hotel Jadran  Address: Vlaška 50 Phone: +385 1 4553 777 Email: jadran@hup-zagreb.hr Web: www.hotel-jadran.com.hr

Hotel Residence  Address: Avenija Dubrava 70 Phone: +385 1 6441 777 Email: hotel@hotel-residence.hr Web: www.hotel-residence.hr

Hotel Jägerhorn  Address: Ilica 14 Phone: +385 1 4833 877 Email: info@hotel-jagerhorn.hr Web: www.hotel-jagerhorn.hr

Hotel Tomislavov dom  Address: Sljemenska cesta 24 Phone: +385 1 4560 400 Email: tomislavov.dom@zgh.hr Web: www.sljeme.hr

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Hotel National  Address: Supilova 8 Phone: +385 1 7057 570 Email: info@national.hr Web: www.national.hr

Hotel Vienna  Address: Zagrebačka cesta 211 Phone: +385 1 3862 777 Email: hotelvienna@net.hr Web: www.hotelvienna.hr

The Loop Hotel  Address: Župančićeva 18 Phone: +385 1 4093 430 Email: info@theloophotel.eu Web: www.theloophotel.eu

Livris Hotel  Address: Rapska 12 Phone: +385 1 6465 115 Email: info@livrishotel.com Web: www.livrishotel.com

The Movie Hotel  Address: Savska 141 Phone: +385 1 4400 680 Email: info@themoviehotel.com Web: www.themoviehotel.com

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Hotel Vila Tina  Address: Bukovačka cesta 213 Phone: +385 1 2445 204 Email: info@hotelvilatina.hr Web: www.hotelvilatina.hr

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HOSTELS Chillout Hostel Zagreb Address: Tomićeva 5a Phone: +385 1 4849 605 Email: info@chillout-hostel-zagreb.com Web: www.chillout-hostel-zagreb.com Favela Hostel Address: Borongajska 46 Phone: +385 95 825 9813 Email: favelahostel@gmail.com Web: www.favela-dom.hr Funk Lounge Hostel Address: Rendićeva 28 Phone: +385 1 5552 707 Email: booking@funklounge.hr Web: www.funklounge.hr

Hostel Chic Address: Pavla Hatza 10 Phone: +385 1 7793 760 Email: info@hostel-chic.com Web: www.hostel-chic.com Hostel Day & Night Address: Kneza Mislava 1 Phone: +385 1 4554 303 Email: hosteldaninoc@gmail.com Web: www.hosteldayandnight.com Hostel Explorer Address: Medulićeva 4 Phone: +385 95 599 8080 Email: explorerhostel.zg@gmail.com Web: www.hostel-explorer.com Hostel Fancy Address: Poljička 13a Phone: +385 1 8893 634 Email: info@fancyhostel.com Web: www.fancyhostel.com

Hostel Arena Address: Remetinečki gaj 28 Phone: +385 1 6421 950 Email: hostel.arena@zgh.hr Web: www.nazor.hr

Hostel Heart of the City Address: Vlaška ulica 26 Phone: +385 91 944 5419 Email: heartofthecity90@gmail.com Web: www.heartofzagreb.com

Hostel Bureau Address: Vlaška 40 Phone: +385 1 5510 517 Email: info@hostel-bureau.eu Web: www.hostel-bureau.eu

Hostel Kaptol Address: Kaptol 4a Phone: +385 1 4880 261 Email: booking@hostelkaptol.com.hr Web: www.hostelkaptol.com.hr

Hostel Casablanca Address: Vlaška 92 Phone: +385 1 4641 418 Email: info@hostel-casablanca.com Web: www.hostel-casablanca.com

Hostel Lapidarium Address: Remetinečka cesta 71 Phone: +385 1 7888 750 Email: info@hostel-lapidarium.com Web: www.hostel-lapidarium.com

Hostel Centar Address: Vlaška 7 Phone: +385 98 957 5492 Email: hostel.centar@yahoo.com Web: www.hostel-centar.com

Hostel Lika Address: Pašmanska 17 Phone: +385 98 561 041 Email: hostel.lika@gmail.com Web: www.hostel-lika.eu

Hostel Chameleon Address: Preradovićeva 25 Phone: +385 1 4839 469 Email: info@chameleon-hostel.com Web: www.chameleon-hostel.com

Hostel Love Croatia Address: Mesnička 5 Phone: +385 91 6200 873 Email: ilovecroatia@naver.com Web: www.lovecroatia.co.kr

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Hostel Main Square Address: Tkalčićeva 7 Phone: +385 1 4837 786 Email: info@hostel-mainsquare.com Web: www.hostel-mainsquare.com

Hostel My Way Address: Trpimirova 4/1 Phone: +385 95 462 2260 Email: mywayhostelzagreb@gmail.com Web: www.mywayhostels.com

Hostel Maju Jaya Address: Slavonska avenija 3 Phone: +385 91 199 4142 Email: majujayahostel@gmail.com Web: www.majujayahostel.com

Hostel Old Lab Address: Petra Preradovića 31a Phone: +385 1 4004 256 Email: info@oldlab-hostel.eu Web: www.oldlab-hostel.eu

Hostel Mali Mrak Address: Dubička 8 Phone: +385 1 6389 109 Email: hostelzagreb@gmail.com Web: www.hostel-zagreb.com

Hostel Paris Zagreb Address: Pavla Hatza 14/1 Phone: +385 1 6130 221 Email: info@hostel-paris.eu Web: www.hostel-paris.eu

Hostel Moving Address: Kranjčevićeva 61 Phone: +385 1 2020 195 Email: info@hostelmoving.hr Web: www.hostelmoving.hr

Hostel Party Address: Heinzelova 78a Phone: +385 1 6187 835 Email: hostelpartyzagreb@gmail.com Web: www.hostel-party.com

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Hostel Poolside Address: Schlosserove stube 2 Phone: +385 1 6646 905 Email: info@hostelpoolside.com Web: www.hostelpoolside.com

Pozitiv Hostel Address: Kastavska 8 Phone: +385 1 7770 539 Email: infopozitivhostel@gmail.com Web: www.pozitivhostel.com

Hostel 3F Address: Korčulanska 3f Phone: +385 1 4095 546 Email: info@3fhostel.hr Web: www.3fhostel.hr

The Cherry Hostel Address: Cernička 33 Phone: +385 1 3096 586 Email: info@cherry-hostel.com Web: www.cherry-hostel.com

Hostel 54 Address: Ozaljska 54 Phone: +385 1 3099 111 Email: booking@hostel54.com Web: www.hostel54.com

The Dots Hostel Address: Palmotićeva 30 Phone: +385 1 5807 226 Email: info@dotshostelzagreb.com Web: www.dotshostelzagreb.com

Hostel 63 Address: Vlaška ulica 63/7 Phone: +385 1 5520 557 Email: info@hostel63.eu Web: www.hostel63.eu

The House Hostel Address: Pelješka 5 Phone: +385 1 6181 554 Email: info@thehousehostel.com Web: www.thehousehostel.com

Hostel Shappy Address: Varšavska 8 Phone: +385 1 4830 483 Email: info@hostel-shappy.com Web: www.hostel-shappy.com

Subspace Hostel Address: Teslina 12 Phone: +385 1 4819 993 Email: booking@subspacehostel.com Web: www.subspacehostel.com

Hostel Taban Address: Tkalčićeva 82 Phone: +385 1 5533 527 Email: reception@tabanzagreb.com Web site: www.tabanzagreb.com

Swanky Mint Hostel Address: Ilica 50 Phone: +385 1 4004 248 Email: mint@swanky-hostel.com Web: www.swanky-hostel.com

Hostel Temza Address: Šenoina 24 Phone: +385 1 4921 216 Email: info@temza.hr Web: www.temza.hr

Whole Wide World Hostel Address: Ul. Andrije Kačića Miošića 3b Phone: +385 1 4847 516 Email: info@www-hostel.com Web: www.www-hostel.com

Hostel Zagreb Address: Savska cesta 179 Phone: +385 1 3098 545 Email: recepcija@hotelzagreb.eu Web: www.hostelzagreb.com.hr

Youth Hostel Zagreb Address: Petrinjska 77 Phone: +385 1 4841 261 Email: zagreb@hfhs.hr Web: www.hfhs.hr

Palmers Lodge Hostel Address: Branimirova 25 Phone: +385 1 8892 868 Email: bookings@palmerslodge.com.hr Web: www.palmerslodge.com.hr

Zagreb Soul Hostel Address: Kušlanova 2 Phone: +385 1 5801 980 Email: zagrebsoulhostel@gmail.com Web: www.zagrebsoulhostel.com

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Where to Eat Explore Zagreb

Zagreb has a very dynamic and diverse gastronomic scene that favours all tastes. We have made a selection of interesting restaurants that offer an unforgettable gastronomic pleasure. For all of you who would like to try something traditional or typical of Croatian cuisine we recommend two restaurants frequented by the locals and the tourists equally. Mesnička street has been a favourite gastronomic meeting point for years and years. Its ideal location, where Upper Town meets Lower Town, must have something to do with it. It is in Mesnička street where a restaurant of longtime tradition – Stari Fijaker 900 – is situated. The Stari Fijaker offers a full menu of authentic traditional culinary delicacies representing the Zagreb-Zagorje region of Croatia. We highly recommend that you try our punjeka paprika (stuffed peppers), sarma (cabbage rolls), purica s mlincima (a traditional Croatian Christmas meal - roast turkey with a delicious pastalike side dish, made of cooked unleavened dough seasoned with turkey drippings), and of course štrukli (cooked cheese-filled pastry, unlike anything you’ve had before, but this is the quintessential Croatian comfort food that you will want to have again and again).

Traditional Food BALTAZAR

Nova Ves 4

+385 1 4666 999

www.baltazar.hr

BISTRO BEŠTEK

Crvenog križa 31

+385 1 8885 310

www.bistrobestek.hr

BOBAN

Gajeva 9

+385 1 4811 549

www.boban.hr

DUBRAVKIN PUT

Dubravkin put 2

+385 1 4834 975

www.dubravkin-put.com

GOSTIONICA TIP TOP

Gundulićeva 18

+385 1 4830 349

www.gostionica-tiptop.hr

IVEK I MAREK

Tkalčićeva 70

+385 1 4828 999

KONOBA DIDA

Petrova 176

+385 1 2335 661

www.dida.hr

KONOBA DIDOV SAN

Mletačka 11

+385 1 4851 154

www.konoba-didovsan.com

LA ŠTRUK

Skalinska 5

+385 1 4837 701

OKRUGLJAK

Mlinovi 28

+385 1 4674 112

www.okrugljak.hr

PRI ZVONCU

XII Vrbik 1

+385 1 6198 473

www.prizvoncu.com

RESTORAN KOMIN

Samoborska cesta 145

+385 1 3496 731

www.restorankomin.hr

RESTORAN TAČ

Vrhovec 140

+385 1 3776 757

www.restac.hr

STARI FIJAKER

Mesnička 6

+385 1 4833 829

www.starifijaker.hr

STARI PUNTIJAR

Gračanska cesta 65

+385 1 4675 600

www.hotelpuntijar.com

VINODOL

Teslina 10

+385 1 4811 427

www.vinodol-zg.hr

ZELEN DVOR

Samoborska cesta 170

+385 1 3496 222

www.zelendvor.com

In fact, Stari Fijaker is known for its homemade pastries and breads. You can choose from corn bread, pivnički klipići, pogačice od čvaraka and many others. Go ahead and be adventurous! Your taste buds will thank you. In addition to our comprehensive food menu, we also offer a full non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverage menu, including a wide variety of apéritifs, high quality red and white wines, and domestic as well as imported beer.

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Bon Appetit is located in Emporion Center building, in the heart of Zagreb. Since it is situated on the rooftop, it is also known as the restaurant on the city’s rooftop due to its superior panoramic view of the city, which completes the gastronomic experience. What awaits you there is a first-class service along with a welcoming personnel and imaginative dishes that include the best of delicacies of national and foreign cuisine. Bon Appetit is famous for its Smart Food concept, carefully designed to pay special attention to the choice of ingredients and an adequate thermal treatment so as to preserve the nutritive components. Smart Food was designed to please the modern man and his fast lifestyle. The offer will please the most demanding of tastes, and together with a pleasant atmosphere and the view, your experience will be the one to rememeber. In the city center there is the favourite meeting point of local wine and cheese lovers – Cheese Bar – which is becoming more and more interesting to numerous tourists looking for excellent atmosphere and authentic gastronomic offer. It is the offer, along with a well-educated welcoming personnel and supremely designed interior, that makes this place so special. Beside the standard list, thematic evenings are organized at the weekends, depending on the season, so that you can try fresh Ston oysters or different pasta dishes and sea food risotto. Likewise, you may choose from an excellent wine list, Croatian liqueurs and schnaps. Many guests find themselves so thrilled by the offer that they often want to take something home with them. Cheese Bar has, therefore, prepared an original selection of products for you to purchase in order to create a long-lasting memory of your stay in Zagreb.

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For those of you who enjoy Asian cuisine, Asia Restaurants, found at 5 different locations in the city, are not to be missed. If you happen to be in the city center at lunch time, don’t miss the Asia Restaurant in the vicinity of Kaptol Centar (Nova Ves Street 88), and if you happen to be close to the Art Pavillion, be sure to visit Asia II (Šenoina Street 1) and enjoy a culinary rhapsody of Asian cuisine. You may try a modern version of traditional dishes from China, Hong-Kong, Thailand, Korea and Malaysia with quality ingredients, low in fat, and rich in vitamins. In Green Gold Center, level -1, there is a new Asia Restaurant, Dragon BBQ, that will leave you breathless with its original interior and a long list of Asian dishes. For the first time, Dragon BBQ is offering All You Can Eat buffet. The most popular dish is Mongolian BBQ steak but you can also find sushi, wok, all kinds of salads, BBQ dishes and many more. Outside the city center there is an Asia Restaurant in Avenue Mall and Arena Centar shopping malls for all the shopping addicts. It goes by the name WOK&ROLL and its kind personnel will serve unexpensive quality dishes in 10 minutes.

International Food APETIT RESTAURANT & BAR

Masarykova 18

+385 1 4811 077

www.apetit.hr

ATLANTA BOCCA MARAI

Miramarska 22

+385 1 6170 207

www.bocca-marai.hr

BARBIER'S

Tkalčićeva 90

+385 1 6446 502

BISTRO APETIT

Jurjevska 65a

+385 1 4677 335

www.bistroapetit.com

BON APPETIT

Heinzelova 62a

+385 1 6387 802

www.bonappetit.hr

EL TORO

Fra Filipa Grabovca 1

+385 99 613 2926

www.eltoro.hr

ILSECONDO

Avenija Dubrovnik 12

+385 1 6586 609

www.ilsecondo.hr

KHALA RESTAURANT & BAR

Tkalčićeva 88

+385 1 5514 907

www.khala.hr

LARI & PENATI

Petrinjska 42a

+385 1 4655 776

www.laripenati.hr

MANO

Medvedgradska 2

+385 1 4669 432

www.mano.hr

NOEL

Ulica popa Dukljanina 1

+385 1 4844 297

www.noel.hr

OXBO WINE BAR & RESTAURANT (DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Zagreb)

Ulica grada Vukovara 269a

+385 1 6001 914

www.oxbogrill.com

TAURUS (Admiral Hotel)

Rudeška cesta 140

+385 1 3322 900

www.admiralhotel.hr

TRILOGIJA

Kamenita 5

+385 1 4851 394

www.trilogija.com

ZINFANDEL'S RESTAURANT (Esplanade Zagreb Hotel)

Mihanovićeva 1

+385 1 4566 666

www.zinfandels.hr

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Fusion Food BISTRO CAPUCINER

Kaptol 6

+385 1 4810 487

www.capuciner.hr

FIDEL GASTRO

Krste Pavletića 1

+385 91 255 2724

www.fidelgastro.hr

MALI BAR

Vlaška 63

+385 1 5531 014

MUNDOAKA STREETFOOD

Petrinjska 2

+385 1 7888 777

POD ZIDOM

Pod zidom 5

+385 99 325 3600

ROUGEMARIN CITY

Petrinjska 2

+385 91 509 3191

TIME RESTAURANT & BAR

Petrinjska 7

+385 1 3333 660

UMAMI

Skalinska 3

+385 1 4838 609

BOTA ŠARE

Ulica kralja Zvonimira 124

+385 1 2316 745

www.bota-sare.hr

JADERA

Zeleni trg 4

+385 1 60 55 250

www.restoran-jadera.hr

KORČULA

Nikole Tesle 17

+385 1 4872 159

www.restoran-korcula.hr

MIMICE

Jurišićeva 21

+385 1 4814 524

RIBICE I TRI TOČKICE

Petra Preradovića 7/1

+385 1 5635 479

www.ribiceitritočkice.hr

GREEN POINT

Varšavska 10

+385 1 4833 667

www.green-point.hr

ZRNO BIO BISTRO

Medulićeva 20

+385 1 4847 540

www.zrnobiobistro.hr

ASIA - ASIA

Nova Ves 88

+385 1 4667 826

ASIA II - ASIA

Šenoina 1

+385 1 4841 218

DRAGON BBQ -ASIA (Green Gold Center)

Radnička cesta 52

+385 1 6055 318

BREWBITES - USA

Gajeva 10

+385 1 4820 800

www.brewbites.hr

CARPACCIO - ITALIA

Teslina 14

+385 1 4822 331

www.ristorantecarpaccio.hr

CURRY BOWL - SRI LANKA

Tkalčićeva 44

+385 1 5579 175

www.srilankancurrybowl.com

DELICIJA LIBANESI - LEBANON

Radnička cesta 48

+385 1 6040 139

www.delicija-libanesi.com

EL GRECO - GREECE

Tkalčićeva 30

+385 1 4848 455

HABIBI ORIENT - MIDDLE EAST

Savska cesta 94

+385 91 220 2044

HEMINGWAY BAR & BISTROT - FRANCE

Trg Republike Hrvatske 1

+385 98 384 284

www.bistro.hr

LOKMA - TURKEY

Tkalčićeva 59

+385 1 5999 355

www.lokma.hr

MEX CANTINA - MEXICO

Savska cesta 154

+385 1 6192 156

www.mex-cantina.hr

www.timerestaurant.hr

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Curry Bowl is the first Sri Lankan restaurant in Zagreb, situated in Tkalčićeva Street 44. It was first opened by two brothers from Sri Lanka who introduced the rich and exotic Asian flavors to Zagreb. All the dishes come in different spice intensity, so as to respect the European dining habits but at the same time satisfy those who enjoy the real spicy taste. We recommend you start with Fried chicken with home made curry mayo, continue with Kotthu – the most famous Sri Lankan street food, and finish with Sri Lankan Chocolate Biscuit Pudding. All the main dishes are made from different types of meat, and there are vegetarian and vegan versions as well. For a full experience we recommend Lion beer – the most popular Sri Lankan beer, whose taste is indeed a surprise.


Where to Eat Explore Zagreb

Ethnic Food MIO CORAZON - SPAIN

Radićeva 16

+385 91 621 7763

ROYAL INDIA - INDIA

Tkalčićeva 26

+385 1 4680 965

SOFRA GREEN GOLD BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA

Radnička cesta 50

+385 1 4111 621

www.sofra.hr

SV. NIKOLA - MACEDONIA

Ulica kralja Zvonimira 78

+385 1 2301 312

www.restoransvetinikola.hr

TAKENOKO - JAPAN

Masarykova 22

+385 1 6463 385

www.takenoko.hr

DUKSA

Duknovićeva 4

+385 1 2334 556

www.duksa.hr

KARIJOLA

Vlaška 63

+385 1 5531 016

www.pizzeria-karijola.com

PIZZERIA 6

Medulićeva 6

+385 1 4846 562

www.pizzeria6.hr

ZERO ZERO

Vlaška 35

+385 1 8897 000

www.zerozero.com.hr

Pizza

Street Food & Burger's 50 A BURGER & CHAMPAGNE BAR

Vlaška 17

+385 91 602 2541

www.50burgerandchampagne.com

BURGER SUBMARINE

Frankopanska 11

+385 1 4831 500

www.submarineburger.com

DUCK FAST BISTRO

Teslina 17

GOOD FOOD

Teslina 7

+385 1 4811 302

www.goodfood.hr

LE MIKA CRÊPERIE & BISTRO

Teslina 14

+385 98 984 3395

www.lemika.hr

MEK PER'S

Zagrebačka cesta 194

+385 1 3862 800

www.mekpers.com

PAPA'S AMERICAN BAR

Tuškanac 1

+385 1 4834 017

www.papas.hr

ROCKET BURGER

Tkalčićeva 50

+385 1 4845 386

WOK ' N ' WALK

Ilica 60

+385 99 776 1163

www.wokandwalk.hr

BASEMENT

Tomićeva 5

+385 1 7774 585

www.basement-bar.net

BELLUCCI

Višnjevac 4

+385 1 6267 506

BORNSTEIN

Kaptol 19

+385 1 4812 361

CHEESE BAR

Augusta Cesarca 2

+385 95 288 8628

ORANŽ

Ilica 7

+385 1 7787 300

www.oranz.hr

PUPITRES BAR

Frankopanska 1

+385 1 4848 568

www.pupitres.hr

Wine Bars

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Coffee Time After taking a stroll through the city, it is time for a sweet break. In Ilica Street 18, there is the famous VINCEK shop, which was founded in 1977. With almost 40 years of tradition, Vincek has become one of the leading Croatian producers of pastries, cakes, ice cream, chestnut puree and other unique delicious desserts. One of them is the famous Zagreb custard slice (Zagrebačka kremšnita), a dessert you should try during your stay.    A small cake and pastry shop located in front of Zagreb’s oldest means of transportation - the funicular in Tomićeva Street 2, VIS À VIS by Vincek is the  modern sibling of pastry shop Vincek,  offers organic ice cream, vegan friendly, sugar and gluten free sweets. When strolling through the city center, in Tkalčićeva Street, around the corner from Ban Jelačić Square, be sure to visit a very special place – the Cookie Factory – with an excellent daily offer of fresh American confections such as cookies, brownies and bars, crunchy treats, muffins, cupcakes, banana bread, scones and cobblers alongside with smoothies, raspberry and strawberry drinks, tarts and pies... the most demanding of dessert lovers will be pleased.

Coffee & Cakes AMÉLIE

Vlaška 6

+385 1 5583 360

www.slasticeamelie.com

CHOCO BAR BONBONNIÈRE KRAŠ

Ilica 15

+385 1 4876 362

www.kraschocobar.com

CHOCO CAFÉ

Teslina 12

+385 99 528 6944

www.chococafe.eu

LA MARQUISE ZAGREB

Bukovačka 25

+385 95 770 3419

LE MIKA CRÊPERIE & BISTRO

Teslina 14

+385 98 984 3395

MILLENNIUM

Bogovićeva 7

+385 1 4810 849

ORANŽ

Ilica 7

+385 1 7787 300

THE COOKIE FACTORY

Tkalčićeva 21

+385 99 494 9400

THE COOKIE FACTORY 2

Nemčićeva 8

+385 99 494 9400

TIME PASTRY SHOP

Teslina 14

+385 99 215 1794

Ilica 18

+385 1 4833 612

Kvaternikov trg bb

+385 1 4641 272

VIS À VIS by Vincek

Tomićeva 2

+385 1 4831 551

ZAGREB

Masarykova 4

+385 1 4810 955

VINCEK

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www.oranz.hr www.cookiefactory.hr www.timerestaurant.hr

www.vincek.com.hr

www.slasticarnica-zagreb.com


Where to Eat Explore Zagreb We are a traditional American dessert shop famous for its hot brownies topped with homemade ice-cream, a favorite! Also you will find homemade cookies, brownies, pies and cakes along with fresh lemonades, shakes and our great cup of artisan coffee. Have a lovely day! INFO TKALČIĆEVA 21, Zagreb FB cookiefactoryzgb IG thecookiefactory

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Nightlife & Fun For those who are looking for an adrenaline rush, there is the Karting Arena Zagreb, located in Novi Zagreb at Zagreb Fair. It is the leading karting track in the region and offers a 350 meters indoor and outdoor track. Its configuration provides optimal conditions for kart racing beginners and allows the more experienced ones to improve their driving techniques. The go-kart fleet consists of 22 superior vehicles, out of which a pair of two-seaters and a few vehicles adjusted for children, starting at the age of 6. Racing can be followed from a caffe-bar gallery, where you can enjoy a fine selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, as well as hot beverages. The Karting Arena offers great fun for individual visitors as well as families, even more so since there is the Escape Room Arena situated next to it. Escape Room games are intended for all of those who are not just looking for fun, but also challenge since they test your skills of logical thinking, observation and conclusion. The games are adjusted to all age groups and, since they require a certain level of knowledges and skills, are recommended for over 14 years of age. Take the challenge and try one of the 5 games offered, and leave the room in 60 minutes if you can. You don’t have to be a genius to play an Escape Room game. Just try to be someone else, come visit us, test your logic, and have loads of fun.

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Did you know that Zagreb has the largest indoor / outdoor karting track in this part of EU? Karting Arena Zagreb is the biggest rental go-kart track in the region. Karting Arena Zagreb & Escape Room Arena 48 ZagrebaÄ?ki Velesajam / ulaz istok 3 / Zagreb info@karting-arena.com / +385 1 778 75 34 +385 1 549 44 80 / www.karting-arena.com/

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Escape Game is a fresh & brainy pulse raiser for any small group of friends or families.

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Its the new level of teambuilding. Do you need a 60 minute instant team building event?

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Admiral is the largest chain of slot machine clubs in Croatia and a part of one of the biggest multinational betting games organizations in the world – Novomatic – with its seat in Austria. Respecting the standards of quality service according to Novomatic philosophy, Admiral has become the leading Croatian company with more than 75 slot machine locations, 3 casinos, 29 coffee bars and 90 betting games clubs. The company’s main goal is insisting on high quality service, a supreme visual identity, well-trained personnel, and excellent video surveillance. Have fun in our clubs, which aim for innovative ideas and games that put your satisfaction first. Aside from Grand Casino Admiral in Rudeška Street 140, the luxurious four-star Hotel Admiral is situated at the same address in the western part of the town. It offers 45 modern rooms and apartments, a Business center, a Relax Zone with a gym, Taurus restaurant with domestic and international specialties, and many more.

Fun ADMIRAL CASINO DUBRAVA

Avenija Dubrava 3

+385 91 482 2023

www.casinoadmiral.hr

ADMIRAL KLUB TRG

Gajeva 1 (Hotel Dubrovnik)

+385 91 482 2015

www.automatklub.hr

BALON KLUB ZAGREB

Grge Novaka 53 Sesvetski Kraljevac

+385 1 2047 838/+385 98 415 161

www.baloni.hr

CASINO DIAMOND PALACE ZAGREB

Draškovićeva 43

+385 91 311 3619

www.casinodiamondpalace.com

Ilica 5

+385 800 600 607

Gajeva 7

+385 800 600 607

ESCAPE ROOM ARENA

Avenija Dubrovnik 15 (Zagreb Fair)

+385 99 841 4880

www.escape-arena.com

GRAND CASINO ADMIRAL

Rudeška cesta 140

+385 1 3322 900

www.grandcasinoadmiral.hr

JARUN EQUESTRIAN CLUB

Vrbje 78

+385 98 919 0616

www.konjicki-centar.hr

KARTING ARENA ZAGREB

Avenija Dubrovnik 15 (Zagreb Fair)

+385 1 7787 534

www.karting-arena.com

ZAGREB PEDICAB

Mrazovićeva 12

+385 99 603 7575

www.pedicab.hr

SEGWAY TOUR ZAGREB

Vlaška 17

+385 99 290 0620

www.segway-zagreb.com

SLOBODAN PAD (SPORT CENTRE, SKY DIVING)

Martićeva 67

+385 91 429 0926

www.slobodanpad.hr

CROATIAN LOTTERY HRVATSKA LUTRIJA

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Croatian Lottery offers and is constantly upgrading a variety of lottery games, from betting games and slot machines to casino games. In case you want to try a lottery game, there is a whole range of domestic and international games at your disposal. You only need to choose your numbers and see whether lady luck will turn you into a millionaire. Don’t feel disappointed if it doesn’t happen this time, because Croatian Lottery invests a substantial amount of finances into numerous projects that aim to improve the quality of living all around the country. The charity work includes all kinds of projects such as financing sports, culture, art, as well as supporting the young and contributing to humanitarian work and health improvement.

Bars APERITIVO BAR

Vlaška 9

+385 91 111 1678

BABBAR

Petrinjska 7

+385 98 565 731

www.aperitivobar.hr

CONFUSION BUDDHA BAR

Tkalčićeva 15

+385 98 463 665

CORNER BAR

Augusta Cesarca 2

+385 1 4845 393

HEMINGWAY BAR & BISTROT

Trg Republike Hrvatske 1

+385 98 384 284

www.bistro.hr

HISTORY VILLAGE

Tkalčićeva 57 & 68

+385 91 646 4165

www.history.hr

HUGO'S BAR

Jarunska 5

+385 98 333 050

www.hugos.hr

JIGGY BAR

Ivana Broza 48

+385 1 3668 359

www.jiggybar.hr

KHALA RESTAURANT & BAR

Tkalčićeva 88

+385 98 273 116

www.khala.hr

LA BODEGA

Bogovićeva 5

+385 95 345 3445

www.labodega.hr

MOJO BAR

Martićeva 5

+385 91 722 3734

MOONSHINE WHISKEY BAR

Frane Petrića 2

+385 91 489 5560

PLAZA BAR

Nemčićeva 7

+385 1 4004 317

PROGRAM

Martićeva 14f

+385 98 993 8279

TABAN BAR & HOSTEL

Tkalčićeva 82

+385 1 5533 527

TESLA NEW GENERATION

Varšavska 4

+385 98 955 8194

TIME RESTAURANT & BAR

Petrinjska 7

+385 1 3333 660

BACCHUS JAZZ BAR

Trg kralja Tomislava 16

+385 98 322 804

BOOGIE KLUB

Margaretska 1

+385 91 543 9303

BOOZE & BLUES

Tkalčićeva 84

+385 1 4837 765

www.booze-and-blues. com

FIDEL GASTRO

Krste Pavletića 1

+385 91 255 2724

www.fidelgastro.hr

www.plazabar.hr

www.tabanzagreb.com

www.timerestaurant.hr

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Pubs BIKERS BEER FACTORY

Savska cesta 150

+385 99 848 5663

www.bikersbeerfactory.hr

MALI MEDO - C RAFT BREWERY

Tkalčićeva 36

+385 1 4929 613

www.pivovaramedvedgrad.hr

MEDVEDGRAD - CRAFT BREWERY

Ilica 49

+385 1 4846 922

MOVIE PUB

Savska cesta 141

+385 1 4400 680

OLIVER TWIST PUB

Tkalčićeva 60

+385 1 4812 206

PIVANA

Ilica 222

+385 1 3775 377

SHERIDAN'S IRISH PUB

Savska cesta 36

+385 95 868 8553

THE BEERTIJA

Pavla Hatza 16

+385 1 4839 020

TOLKIEN'S HOUSE

Opatovina 49

+385 1 4852 050

BOOKSA

Martićeva 14d

+385 1 4616 124

BOTANIČAR

Trg Marka Marulića 6

+385 98 650 071

CAT CAFFE ZAGREB

Kušlanova 6

+385 97 703 0878

HISTORY VILLAGE

Tkalčićeva 57 & 68

+385 91 646 4165

www.history.hr

JOHANN FRANCK

Trg bana Josipa Jelačića 9

+385 91 783 8153

www.jochannfranck.hr

JUTRO

Vlaška 45

+385 91 885 5771

MALA KAVANA

Trg bana Josipa Jelačića 5

+385 1 4816 833

VELVET CAFÉ

Dežmanova 9

+385 1 4846 743

ALCATRAZ

Tkalčićeva 15

+385 98 463 665

AQUARIUS KLUB

Aleja Matije Ljubeka bb (Jarun Lake)

+385 1 3640 231

CLUB ROKO

Jarunska 5

+385 97 659 2000

GALLERY CLUB

Aleja Matije Ljubeka 33 (Jarun Lake)

+385 99 444 2444

HANGAR CLUB

Florijana Andrašeca 14

+385 99 333 3006

JIMMY WOO

Nova Ves 11

+385 91 611 1111

MOON CLUB ZAGREB

Savska cesta 30

+385 91 366 6678

OPERA CLUB

Petrinjska 4

+385 97 667 6666

RAY

Izidora Kršnjavog 1

+385 91 630 2743

RITZ CLUB ZAGREB

Petrinjska 4a

+385 91 355 1355

SAX

Palmotićeva 22/2

+385 1 4872 836

VINTAGE INDUSTRIAL BAR

Savska cesta 160

PEPER

Ilica 5

www.the-movie-pub.com

Cafés www.booksa.hr

www.velvet.hr

Clubs

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www.gallery.hr

www.ray.hr

www.sax-zg.hr www.vintageindustrialbar.com

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Shopping Avenue Mall Zagreb, located in Novi Zagreb just across the Museum of Contemporary Art, is one of the most popular shopping destinations in Zagreb, where all fashion lovers can find something for themselves. A variety of Croatian and international brands makes it possible for Avenue Mall to meet the demands of all experienced shoppers who don’t want to waste their precious time on a neverending search for the perfect piece of clothing, footwear or a piece of jewellery since it can all be found at this one place. In Avenue Mall you can also have a coffee with your friends and grab a quick bite in one of the many restaurants inside the Food Palace corner, or you can use the service of a large playroom in order for your child to be safe and have a great time while you are doing your shopping. If you decide to stay a little while longer, you may want to watch one of the latest movies in CineStar movies, which has nine movie theaters all together and is located on the top floor. It is Avenue Mall’s tenth birthday this year, and it is therefore offering different discounts on the tenth day of each month. Welcome to Avenue Mall, where shopping becomes pure pleasure.

Shopping Malls ARENA CENTAR

Ulica Vice Vukova 6

+385 1 6661 411

www.arenacentar.hr

AVENUE MALL

Avenija Dubrovnik 16

+385 1 6527 645

www.avenuemall.hr

CENTAR CVJETNI

Trg Petra Preradovića 6

+385 1 5540 314

www.centarcvjetni.hr

CENTAR KAPTOL

Nova Ves 17

+385 1 4860 241

www.centarkaptol.hr

CITY CENTER ONE EAST

Slavonska avenija 11d Žitnjak

+385 1 5556 969

CITY CENTER ONE WEST

Jankomir 33

+385 1 5494 070

GALLERIA BUSINESS CENTER

Trg Drage Iblera 10

+385 1 4619 503

www.importannegalleria.hr

IMPORTANNE CENTAR

Trg Ante Starčevića 7

+385 1 4577 076

www.importannecentar.hr

NAMA

Ilica 6

+385 1 4803 111

www.nama.hr

SUPERNOVA ZAGREB - GARDEN MALL

Rudolfa Kolaka 14

+385 1 5579 632

www.supernova.hr

WESTGATE SHOPPING CITY

Zaprešićka 2, Jablanovec

+385 1 5553 333

www.westgate-shopping.com

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OPTIKA KRALJEVIĆ is a supreme choice with more than thirty years of experience in optometry and optics. Equipped with the latest technology and many designer sunglasses and frames, contact lenses and solution to choose from, OPTIKA KRALJEVIĆ will fulfill all your optical needs.

Clothes A' MARIE

Gundulićeva 19

+385 1 4873 524

www.amarie-fashion.com

BOUDOIR

Radićeva 22

+385 91 481 3464

www.boudoir.hr

BOUTIQUE TEA

Ilica 48

+385 1 4849 203

CHARLIE DESIGN

Vlaška 43

+385 1 4876 545

www.charlie-design.hr

DONASSY

Mesnička 8

+385 1 4830 588

www.donassy.com

ETHNO BOUTIQUE MARA

Ilica 49

+385 1 4806 511

www.etnobutik-mara.com

HIPPY GARDEN

Masarykova 5

+385 1 6199 368

www.hippygarden.net

LEI LOU BY ALEX DOJČINOVIĆ

Frankopanska 6

+385 1 4846 080

www.leiloubyalex.com

LuLu COUTURE

Gundulićeva 3

+385 1 4831 503

www.lulu-couture-fashion.com

THE CORE

Avenija Dubrovnik 16 (Avenue Mall)

+385 1 6539 579

www.thecore.hr

TRUE

Ilica 54

+385 1 5574 601

www.true.hr

ULIČNI ORMAR VINTAGE CLOTHING

Jurišićeva 16

+385 1 4926 500

CAHUN

Pod zidom 8

+385 1 4814 975

www.cahun.hr

CEROVEČKI ARTISAN UMBRELLAS

Ilica 49

+385 1 4847 417

www.kisobrani-cerovecki.hr

CROATA

Ilica 5 - Oktogon

+385 1 6457 052

www.croata.hr

FREYWILLE

Preradovićeva 2

+385 1 5532 865

www.freywille.com

GHETALDUS

Trg bana Josipa Jelačića 15

+385 1 4817 052

www.ghetaldus.hr

KOBALI ARTISAN HATS

Ilica 5 - Oktogon

+385 1 4812 867

www.kobalihats.com

MARAS - SAMSONITE

Bogovićeva 1b

+385 1 4810 972

www.maras.hr

Gajeva 19

+385 1 4825 071

Trg Ante Starčevića 7 (Importane Centar)

+385 1 4577 123

Trg Stjepana Konzula 4

+385 1 2335 210

Varšavska 1

+385 1 4872 856

Vlaška 64

+385 1 4614 222

Accesories

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Cerovečki Umbrellas are to be found in all corners of the world and have been made since 1912 by the Cerovečki family, that has a hundred year long tradition. The most popular ones amongst the tourist are the Šestine umbrellas, which are also a symbol of Zagreb, whose unique red coloured design can be found at the city’s main market – Dolac. In its long family tradition the family company has exhibited its umbrellas in Germany and the USA, and in 1936 the hatmaker Gabrijel Cerovečki won the first Golden Plaque Award and the Grand Prix of London. It is interesting to know that the family used to make custom-made umbrellas for many foreign film productions in Zagreb, such as American, British and German film productions. If you want to buy an ideal souvenir in Zagreb, or just reward yourself with a best quality umbrella, be sure to look for the family boutique in Ilica Street 49. Aside from hand-made umbrellas, there is a great selection of Fossil bags, wallets, and raincoats with the recognizable Šestine pattern in the shop.

Jewelry & Watches ARGENTUM CROATIAN SILVER JEWELRY STORE

Vlaška 126 (Zagreb - Vlaška/Kvatrić)

+385 1 6447 413

BASHOTA

Ilica 37

+385 1 4833 623

DE PETRUS WATCHES

Trg Drage Iblera 2

+385 1 4552 503

www.store.corum.ch

DODIĆ JEWELRY

Ilica 46

+385 1 4847 274

www.zlatarna-dodic.hr

EMMANUEL

Radićeva 12

+385 1 4819 242

www.zlatarna-emmanuel.hr

FREYWILLE

Preradovićeva 2

+385 1 5532 865

www.freywille.com

KRIŽEK - FINE JEWELRY STORE

Ilica 5 - Oktogon

+385 1 4921 931

www.krizek.hr

LAPIDARIUM

Radićeva 10

+385 1 5530 649

www.zlatarna-mario.hr

MAMIĆ WATCHES

Frane Petrića 7

+385 1 4870 700

www.mamic.com.hr

PRAHIR

Ilica 43

+385 1 4848 467

www.prahir.com

ZAKS

Trg bana Josipa Jelečića 1

+385 1 3706 009

www.zaks.hr

CEROVEČKI ARTISAN UMBRELLAS

Ilica 49

+385 1 4847 417

www.kisobrani-cerovecki.hr

GALERIJA CROCRODEAL

Radićeva 16

+385 1 4880 276

www.crocrodeal.com.hr

KREDENCA

Radićeva 13

+385 91 544 7294 +385 91 278 2040

www.kredenca.com

MODERN GALLERY SHOP

Andrije Hebranga 1

+385 1 6041 055

www.moderna-galerija.hr

MODUS DESIGN SHOP

Tkalčićeva 48

+385 1 4813 470

www.modusdesignshop.com

NAVI SOUVENIR SHOP

Tkalčićeva 42

+385 98 670 306

TAKE ME HOME

Tomićeva 4

+385 1 7987 632

www.argentum.hr

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Next to the most beautiful passageway in Zagreb, Oktogon, ‘Hats by Kobali’ was opened in 1974 by Nada Kobali, who transforms simple hats into true art. ‘Every single hat tells a story – it looks for a head and is beautiful only if it finds one’, says the famous milliner, who represents the fourth generation of hatmakers in her family and who has inherited the love of hats together with the original shapers that are still in use. Indulge yourself with an original hand-made hat that will complete your style and become a memory of your travel as well.

Delicacies BONKULOVIĆ DELICACIES

Nova Ves 17

+385 1 4860 789

www.bonkulovic.com

BORNSTEIN - THE OLDEST WINE SHOP

Kaptol 19

+385 1 4812 361

www.bornstein.hr

CHEESE BAR

Augustra Cesarca 2

+385 95 288 8628

CROP

Tkalčićeva 28

+385 91 533 8233

www.crop.com.hr

DELIIICIJE

Nikole Tesle7

+385 99 312 6553

www.deliiicije.com

KREDENCA

Radićeva 13

+385 91 544 7294/ +385 91 278 2040

www.kredenca.com

NATURA CROATICA

Preradovićeva 8

+385 1 4855 076

www.naturacroatica.com

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bio&bio stores are the first choice of Croatian eco product consumers because they offer a wide choice of certified organic brands, both foreign and domestic. Their offer includes more than 4000 natural and organic products, which range from food and beverages, food supplements, and organic cosmetics to organic and eco friendly products for household cleaning. If you’re looking for organic fruits and vegetables, children food, organic make up and similar, then bio&bio stores are your best choice, and they can be found on as many as 9 locations in Zagreb. If you’re headed south along the Croatian coastline, bio&bio stores can also be found in Pula, Rijeka, Split, and Dubrovnik. The level of quality is the highest on the market, and it applies to not only cultivation and production but also nutritional values and product taste. Recognition comes in form of many awards and prizes amongst which we proudly point out the One World Award from 2014 – an international award given to individuals, projects, or innovative ideas that make the world a better place due to their positive ecological, economic, and social influence.

Organic Products & Cosmetics Ulica Vice Vukova 6 (Arena Centar)

+385 1 6142 581

Avenija Dubrovnik 16 (Avenue Mall)

+385 1 6520 552

Slavonska avenija 11d (City Center one East)

+385 1 2946 872

Jankomir 33 (City Center one West)

+385 1 6535 117

Ilica 70

+385 1 4848 085

Nemčićeva 1-3 (NAMA Kvatrić)

+385 1 2300 181

Ilica 5 - Oktogon

+385 1 4876 577

Radnička 49

+385 1 6539 901

Zaprešička 2 (Westgate Shopping City)

+385 1 3692 877

CROP

Tkalčićeva 28

+385 91 533 8233

www.crop.com.hr

KANTARION

Martićeva 14c

+385 1 7980 295

www.kantarion.eu

KREDENCA

Radićeva 13

+385 91 544 7294/ +385 91 278 2040

www.kredenca.com

NOTES OF ZAGREB

Skalinska 2

+385 1 4873 460

www.notesofzagreb.com

TAKE ME HOME

Tomićeva 4

+385 1 7987 632

www.takemehome.hr

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Museums Turbulent and eventful Croatian history, together with world-famous and Croatian artists, are surely a good reason why you should take some time when in Zagreb and visit numerous museums that will most certainly impress you with their collections of paintings, sculptures, graphics as well as archeological, technical, scientific, and other artefacts. For all of you who are interested not just in the visual part of a city but also its history, we recommend the Zagreb City Museum. Visit its beautiful building situated in Upper town and find out more about Zagreb’s spiritual and everyday life, its culture and architecture, famous people, great romances and hardships of its inhabitants. If you want to learn more about past and present of the Croatian fine arts, you must by all means visit the Modern Gallery, where you will find an outstanding art collection. The holdings of the Modern Gallery, with more than 11,000 works, constitute the richest collection of Croatian fine art of the 19th, the 20th, and the 21st century. Its permanent display includes more than 750 most representative contemporary, more contemporary and the most contemporary painters, sculptors, medal-makers and new media artists embodying some of the high points of the Croatian art from the 19th century until today. Let us mention the most prominent ones such as Vlaho Bukovac, Mato Celestin Medović, Josip Račić, Ivan Meštrović, Ivo Kerdić and many more who are responsible for the affirmation of Croatian art in Europe.

Museums ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM

Trg Nikole Šubića Zrinskog 19

+385 1 4873 000 www.amz.hr

ART PAVILION

Trg kralja Tomislava 22

+385 1 4876 487

CAR MUSEUM "FERDINAND BUDICKI"

Zaprešička 2 (Westgate Shopping City)

CROATIAN HISTORY MUSEUM

Tue-Sat 10-18, Thu 10-20, Sun 10-13, Mon Closed

www.umjetnickipaviljon.hr

Tue-Sun 11-20, Fri 11-21, Mon Closed

+385 99 229 0161 ferdinandbudicki.hr

www.otk-

Mon-Sun 10-21

Matoševa 9

+385 1 4851 900

www.hismus.hr

Mon-Fri 10-18; Sat-Sun 10-13

CROATIAN MUSEUM OF NAÏVE ART

Sv. Ćirila i Metoda 3

+385 1 4851 911

www.hmnu.hr

Mon-Sat 10-18, Sun 10-13

CROATIAN NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM

Demetrova ulica 1

+385 1 4851 700

www.hpm.hr

Tue, Wed, Fri 10-17, Thu 10-20, Sat 10-19, Sun 10-13, Mon Closed

CROATIAN RAILWAY MUSEUM

Ulica grada Vukovara 47

+385 1 3782 862

www.muzej. hzinfra.hr

Wed, Fri, Sat 10-14, Thu 14-18, Mon-Tue Closed

CROATIAN SPORTS MUSEUM

Praška 2/II

+385 1 4833 483

www.hvm.mdc.hr

Mon-Fri 9-15; Sat-Sun Closed

DRAŽEN PETROVIĆ MEMORIAL CENTER

Trg Dražena Petrovića 3

+385 1 4843 146

www.drazenpetrovic.net

Mon-Fri 10-17; Sat 10-14, Sun Closed

ETHNOGRAPHIC MUSEUM

Trg Mažuranića 14

+385 1 4826 220 www. emz.hr

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How can you learn more about a culture, customs and traditions if not by visiting Ethnographic Museum. The one in Zagreb takes pride in its collection of items from all parts of Croatia as well as donated private collections. A Collection of Extraordinary Dolls in authentic local national costumes for example, collected and donated by a Croatian emmigrant from Argentina Ljeposav Perinić, which was donated to the city, that is museum, in 1992. Museums are an important part of any metropolitan city and the Museum of Contemporary Art is unavoidable in that way. Zagreb, of course, has one too. The work of the architect Igor Franić, it prides in its Collection in Motion, which emphasises: movement, change and uncertainty shown through different frames together with its permanent exhibition of course. In addition, numerous cultural events as well as temporary exhibitions are organised in the museum’s multifunctional space.

Museums GLIPTOTEKA

Medvedgradska 2

+385 1 4686 060

www.hazu.hr

Tue-Fri 11-19; Sat-Sun 10-14

MARIJA JURIĆ ZAGORKA MEMORIAL APARTMENT

Dolac 8

+385 1 4872 406

www.zagorka.net

Thu 11-16, Fri-Sun Closed

MEŠTROVIĆ ATELIER - Ivan Meštrović Foundation

Mletačka 8

+385 1 4851 123

www.mestrovic.hr

Tue-Fri 10-18, Sat-Sun 10-14, Mon Closed

MIMARA MUSEUM

Rooseveltov trg 5

+385 1 4828 100

www.mimara.hr

1.10-30.6: Tue-Sat 10-17, Thu 10-19, Sun 10-14, Mon Closed; 1.7-30.9: Tue-Fri 10-19, Sat 10-17, Sun 10-14, Mon Closed

MODERN GALLERY

Andrije Hebranga 1 +385 1 6041 040

www.modernagalerija.hr

Tue-Fri 11-19, Sat-Sun 11-14, Mon Closed

MUSEUM OF ARTS AND CRAFTS

Trg Republike Hrvatske 10

www.muo.hr

Tue-Sat 10-19, Sun 1014, Mon Closed

MUSEUM OF BROKEN RELATIONSHIPS

Sv. Ćirila i Metoda 2 +385 1 4851 021

www. brokenships.com

1.6-30.9: Mon-Sun 9-22.30; 1.10-31.5: Mon-Sun 9-21

MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART

Avenija Dubrovnik 17 +385 1 6052 700 www.msu.hr

MUSEUM OF ILLUSIONS

Ilica 72

+385 1 7999 609

www. muzejiluzija.com

Mon-Sun 9-22

NIKOLA TESLA TECHNICAL MUSEUM

Savska cesta 18

+385 1 4844 050

www.tehnickimuzej.hr

Tue-Fri 9-17, Sat-Sun 9-13, Mon Closed

TORTUREUM - MUSEUM OF TORTURE

Tkalčićeva 13/I

+385 1 6459 803 www.tortureum.com

Mon-Sun 11-19

ZAGREB CITY MUSEUM

Opatička 20

+385 1 4851 361

Tue-Sat 10-19, Sun 1014, Mon Closed

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www.mgz.hr

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ATELIJER MEŠTROVIĆ MLETAČKA 8, ZAGREB +385 (0)1 485 1123 www.mestrovic.hr | mim@mestrovic.hr

By all means do not leave Zagreb without visiting the beautiful Upper town premises of Atelier Meštrović. This elegant building that dates from the 17th century was once a home to one of the most famous Croatian artists Ivan Meštrović, who lived and worked there from 1922 to 1942. The atelier comprises a collection of around 100 sculptures, drawings, lithographies as well as parts of furniture from the first four decades of his work. It is less known that Meštrović worked as an architect so that many parts of the Atelier are his creations. The Museum of Arts and Crafts, situated in Down Town, was founded in 1880 at the initiative of the Arts Association and its then president Izidor Kršnjavi and represented one of the first such institutions in Europe. Today, its holdings contain around one hundred thousand artefacts of the fine and applied arts, dating from the 14th to the 21th century, organised into collections: furniture, glass, metal, ceramics, sculpture, painting, graphic art, clocks, graphic and product design, architecture, photography (one of the oldest such collections in the world) and photographic equipment, textiles and fashion, musical instruments, painted leather, ivory, printing and bookbinding. Museums are no longer places in which exhibits are to be found in show cases and on the walls exclusively. The best example for this is Museum of Illusions. If you’re ready for a true adventure, visit Museum of Illusions in Ilica Street in Zagreb. A fascinating world of illusions will leave you breathless and you can also learn a lot while having great fun and testing your own perception of reality at the same time. The museum welcomes all generations but children, as one might guess, are the happiest to be there. Fight the force of gravity in the anti-gravity room, enjoy the largest collection of holograms in this part of Europe, serve your head on the platter, climb the ceiling – and those are just some of the attractions within the museum. There’s much more inside.

Since Croats have been famous for their love of cars, it only seems fair to have a museum dedicated to cars as well. Automobiles Museum Ferdinand Budicki comprises not just old-timers, motorbikes and bikes but also other artefacts somehow connected to automobilism and automotive industry of this region. In addition to this, there’s more than a couple of hours of film material from 1909 to 1990 and numerous events in which car lovers can take part.

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One of the prize-winning and most original museums is by all means Museum of Broken Relationships, which is also the winner of the prestigious Kenneth Hudson – European museum award for the most innovative museum in Europe. This introduction alone should be a reason enough for a visit. Its exhibits will remind you of your own personal experiences and will make you look at them from another perspective.


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Alongside being famous car lovers Croats are also big sports fans. One of the museums is therefore dedicated to the great Croatian basketball player Dražen Petrović, who tragically passed away before his time. Memorial Center Dražen Petrović was opened in 2006 and was initially planned as a way of keeping the memory of this extraordinary player alive as well as introduce younger generations into the world of sport. Close by there is Mimara Museum where you can see a rich and diverse collection of antiquity artefacts and European art of early Middle Ages. The part that represents Eastern art from the Middle to Far East is especially plentiful. Archeological Museum is situated in the heart of the city. Its permanent exhibition consists of Prehistoric and the Egyptian collection, Greek and Roman collection, Numismatic collection and the Lapidarium, a collection of stone monuments in the Museum courtyard. One of the most interesting exhibits is by all means an Egyptian mummy by the name Nesi-hensu.

Galleries www.academiamoderna.hr

Tue-Sat 14-19, Sun-Mon Closed

ACADEMIA MODERNA

Šenoina 11

+385 1 4839 146

CRO ART PHOTO CLUB

Gajeva 25

+385 1 4810 476

HAZU STROSSMAYER GALLERY OF OLD MASTERS

Trg Nikole Šubića +385 1 4895 117 Zrinskog 11

www.hazu.hr

Tue 10-19, Wed,Thu, Fri 10-16, Sat-Sun 10-13, Mon Closed

HDLU - CROATIAN ASSOCIATION OF ARTISTS

Trg žrtava fašizma 16

+385 1 4611 818

www.hdlu.hr

Wed-Fri 11-19, Sat-Sun 10 -18, Mon-Tue Closed

JOZO KLJAKOVIĆ MEMORIAL COLLECTION

Rokov perivoj 4

+385 1 4824 856

www.czlogz.hr

Mon-Fri 8-19, Sat-Sun Closed

KLOVIĆEVI DVORI GALLERY

Jezuitski trg 4

+385 1 4851 926

www.gkd.hr

Tue-Sun 11-19, Mon Closed

LAUBA

Baruna Filipovića +385 1 6302 115 23a

www.lauba.hr

Mon-Fri 14-22, Sat 11-22; Sun Closed

SMALL GALLERY

Trg bana Josipa Jelačića 6

Mon-Sat 8-23, Sun Closed

Mon-Fri 10-20, Sat 10-14, Sun Closed

+385 1 4816 954

PERMANENTA GALLERY Preradovićeva 44/I +385 1 4552 595

www.ulupuh.hr

Mon-Fri 10-13, Sat-Sun Closed

ULUPUH GALLERY

www.ulupuh.hr

Mon-Sat 10-20, Sun 10-13

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Tkalčićeva 14

+385 1 4813 746


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Museums & Events


Museums & Events Explore Zagreb

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26.01. Night of Museums 2018 www.nocmuzeja.hr 25.02. – 04.03. 14th ZagrebDox www.zagrebdox.net 15.03. – 18.03. Festival of Lights Zagreb 2018 www.festivaloflightszagreb.com 12.04. – 29.07. Catherine the Great - the Empress of all Russia Klovićevi Dvori Gallery www.gkd.hr 21.04. – 30.09. Zagreb Time Machine 2018 www.infozagreb.hr 03.05.– 18.11. Seljan brothers - Through the rainforests and the deserts Ethnographic Museum www.emz.hr 25.05. – 02.09. Summer at the Stross 2018 www.ljetonastrossu.com 28.05.– 03.06. 53rd International Garden Show FLORAART 2018 www.floraart.hr

16.06. 12 International Knights Tournament Sports Centre - Sv. Ivan Zelina www.zelina.hr

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25.06. – 27.06. INmusic Festival 2018 www.inmusicfestival.com 28.06. - 17.07. 37th Evenings at Grič Klovićevi Dvori Gallery www.gkd.hr 29.06. – 01.07. 18th International Fireworks Festival www.mirnovec.hr 13.07. – 22.07. The Courtyards Upper Town www.dvorista.in 18.07. – 22.07. 52nd International Folklore Festival www.msf.hr 23.08. – 26.08. Renaissance Festival Koprivnica Koprivnica www.renesansnifestival.hr 15.09. – 21.09. 51st International Puppet Theatre Festival - PIF www.pif.hr

30.05. – 03.06. 22nd Cest is d’Best www.cestisdbest.com

25.09.2018. – 06.01.2019. Vlaho Bukovac and his Paris Professor Alexander Cabanel Art Pavilion in Zagreb www.umjetnicki-paviljon.hr

02.06. & 03.06. 32nd Oldtimer Rally www.oldtimer-klub-zagreb.hr

10.11. – 18.11. 16th Zagreb Film Festival www.zagrebfilmfestival.com

02.06. – 14.07. Summer at the MSU 2018 Museum of Contemporary Art www.msu.hr

13.11. – 18.11. INTERLIBER - 41st International Book and Teaching Appliances Fair www.zv.hr

04.06. – 09.06. Animafest Zagreb 2018 World Festival of Animated Film www.animafest.hr

07.12. – 09.12. Cirque du Soleil / Toruk - The First Fight, Arena Zagreb www.zagrebarena.hr

09.06. 18th Knights Tournament Oršić Castle - Gornja Stubica www.gornjastubica.hr

December 2018/January 2019 Advent in Zagreb www.adventzagreb.hr

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03.01. & 04.01. Snow Queen Trophy www.snowqueentrophy.com


Advent in Zagreb has become a celebration of a magical time on the streets of Zagreb. The city streets and squares are turned into a stage where a number of markets, cultural events and concerts are organised. The people of Zagreb are hospitable and will welcome you with open arms while offering excellent local and international specialities, and the mesmerizing smell of cinnamon, vanilla, and mulled wine will take you to another, more jolly, world. Come have fun in the city streets and squares. Let’s take a walk through Zagreb starting at its most romantic park - Zrinjevac Park - where the beginning of Advent is traditionally marked by lighting of the Christmas lights. Ice park on King Tomislav Square - with its exquisitely designed ice rink – is another fun destination for you to enjoy winter time, and all the fun it brings. As you go back, be sure to visit European Square, which has become younger generations’ favourite gathering point. Excellent concerts, various attractions, exhibitions, and supreme food contribute to an urban atmosphere of a truly European city. If you feel like trying traditional Croatian specialities, there is the favourite place of many locals –


Cheese Bar – situated in Augusta Cesarca Street. Come visit the Cheese Bar and enjoy some original Croatian dishes like Istrian stew ‘zgvacet’, which is prepared with the meat of Istrian cattle Boskarin, sarma, brodetto, wild boar sausage and other. After a great meal, you may either head towards Kaptol to visit a live nativity scene, or cross Ban Jelačić Square and go up the street to Upper Town, where a number of great surprises awaits for you. The Courtyards – Advent edition, Advent on the plateau of Klovićevi Dvori with the famous photo frame for you to take some pictures in, Advent on Stross and the Tale from Grič – Advent on the Vranyczany plateau. Don’t miss Advent in Grič Tunnel, which connects Mesnička and Radićeva Street, Fuliranje in Tomićeva Street, and be sure to listen to traditional concerts from Zagreb Christmas Balconies – classical music concerts by the six-piece Ad gloriam brass ensemble in Tkalčićeva Street, the most popular street in Zagreb. In 2018 Zagreb won the third consecutive Best Christmas Market Prize, awarded by European Best Destinations, an independent Belgian portal.


Did you know... • that Zagreb funicular is the shortest such public railway funicular in the world? It connects Down to Upper Town; it is 66 meters long, and the ride last 64 seconds only. • that the Grič Cannon in the tower of Lotrščak has been firing to mark the high noon every single day since 1 January 1877? • that Dora Krupićeva, the heroine from August Šenoa’s novel, is to be found in a niche next to the Stone Gate? In his novel ‘the Goldsmith’s Gold’ Šenoa described life in Zagreb as it used to be in the 16th century. • that the biggest bell in Croatia – the Holy Trinity Bell – is located in the Zagreb Cathedral bell tower? It originates from 1843 and weighs 6.5 tons. • that the animated film Professor Balthazar is a symbol of Zagreb School of Animated Film? Animated television series Professor Balthazar was produced from 1967 to 1978 in Zagreb Film, and it was sold to more than 30 countries around the world. • that Slavoljub Eduard Penkala lived in Zagreb at the time of his greatest invention, the mechanical pencil? It was in 1906. • that Orient Express used to pass through Zagreb on its route from Paris to Istanbul for more than 80 years (1883-1997)? • that Maksimir Park is one of the first public parks in Europe and the world? The park was built around the end of the 18th century when parks were mostly owned by kings and aristocracy, and public parks were rare.


Health & Relax Explore Zagreb

Health & Relax In the last couple of years, in order to use its excellent geographical location, climate features and experts in different fields of medicine, Zagreb has been developing health tourism with great success. Since the prices of such treatments are much higher in Western Europe, Zagreb has managed to combine superb quality at reasonable prices and, in such way, join in the modern European and global trends. The modern lifestyle has been known to have many advantages, but also disadvantages when it comes to health. Obesity, cardiovascular problems, stress related conditions as well as a noticeable disfunction of senses, primarely the sense of vision, are just some of them. How to deal with one of the greatest health problems of modern day – bad vision? The answer is to be found in the leading ophthalmology clinic in the region, Specialized Hospital for Ophthalmology Svjetlost. The first ever such private university clinic in Croatia prides in expert specialists who try to find an individual approach for each patient and who have the experience of tens of thousands of procedures. Besides the laser eye-surgery, cataract surgery and corneal transplatation, the clinic also offers the most complicated of ophthalmological procedures, such as, corneal transplatation, vitrectomy, strabismus surgery, eyelid surgery, sty treatments, prosthetic-aesthetic procedures, like silicon eye implants, and similar.Svjetlost also has its centers in Split, Sarajevo and Banja Luka both in neighbouring Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Body Care AFRODITA BEAUTY CENTAR

Nova Ves 17 (Centar Kaptol)

+385 1 4860 006

www.centarkaptol.hr

BLISS INSTITUT

Ilica 15

+385 1 4831 541

www.bliss.hr

DERMACARE CENTER

Teslina 12

+385 1 4833 208

www.dermacare.hr

DESSANGE - HAIR SALON

Ilica 2

+385 1 4831 300

www.dessange.com.hr

LPG ENDERMOSPA CENTAR

Unska ulica 2d

+385 1 6189 424

www.espa.hr

RENATA - HAIR SALON

Frankopanska 14

+385 1 4577 828

Heinzelova 39

+385 1 7775 656

Gajeva 19

+385 1 4825 071

Trg Ante Starčevića 7 (Importane Centar)

+385 1 4577 123

Trg Stjepana Konzula 4

+385 1 2335 210

Varšavska 1

+385 1 4872 856

OPTO CENTAR

Vlaška 64

+385 1 4686 544

www.opto-centar.hr

POLIKLINIKA BILIĆ VISION

Ksaverska cesta 45

+385 1 4678 444

www.bilicvision.hr

POLIKLINIKA KNEZOVIĆ

Ulica grada Vukovara 269f

+385 1 6677 222

www.knezovic.com.hr

POLIKLINIKA OPTICAL EXPRESS

Strojarska cesta 18

+385 1 5625 450

www.opticalexpress.hr

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www.svjetlost.hr

www.optikakraljevic.hr


Spending some time in Zagreb? Why don’t you use the opportunity and bring your eyesight to perfection? Bring your eyesight to perfection and get rid of your dioptre with extremely reasonable prices starting from 600 EUR for laser eye surgery or remove your cataract with the implantation of the most modern lenses starting from 1.600 EUR per eye. Safe and painless, you will finally see perfectly in less than ten minutes! All of this is guaranteed by Svjetlost, the leading ophthalmology clinic in this part of Europe, with more than 350,000 satisfied patients. More than 125,000 surgical procedures were conducted in the Clinic during its 20 years of existence. Also, it is renowned for its use of the most advanced technology and medical standards in ophthalmology. It is the first private university eye hospital in Croatia, and, in addition to its main headquarters in Zagreb, it has other centres in Split, Sarajevo, Banja Luka, Novi Sad, Budva, Skoplje, Priština and Tirana. Further confirmation of the highest standards is the Best Live Surgery Award 2015, also known as the “Ophthalmology Oscar”. Besides laser eye surgery, cataract surgery, and corneal transplants, the specialists of Klinika Svjetlost can perform vitrectomies – the most complex ophthalmological surgery, glaucoma surgery by mini shunt procedure, strabismus surgery, eyelid plastic surgery, sty treatment, prosthetic-aesthetic silicone ball implantation, and other surgical procedures.

info@svjetlost.hr

+385 1 777 5656

Heinzelova 39, Zagreb

svjetlost.hr


Health & Relax Explore Zagreb

A perfect smile is everyone’s dream since it greatly affects human self-confidence and the way we are perceived. Our smile can help us establish successful business and private relationships, but it can also negatively affect them. If you are looking to turn your smile into your best accomplice, then we definitely recommend state of the art treatments in Dentum, where experts can put that perfect smile on your face. Located in a modern space of Crnomerec Business Center, Dentum offers supreme dental treatment by using state of the art technology, the best materials, and an enormous experience of some of the best dental experts in the country. The Dentum doctors are experienced dentists educated by the world’s leading experts – a fact acknowledged by our patients every day. When it comes to new decisions, it’s always the first step that is the hardest, and Dentum makes it all easier by offering a free first checkup. While strolling along the streets of Zagreb, use the opportunity and make an appointment, and from then on it is only a matter of time when you will return from your visit to Croatia with the most beautiful smile ever.

Dental Clinics DENTUM

Gradiščanska 36

+385 1 5802 333

www.dentum.com

DENTAL CLINIC ARENA

Remetinečki gaj 2k

+385 1 6542 655

www.arenadentalclinic.com

DENTAL CLINIC K2

Petrova ulica 84

+385 1 2312 399

www.k2dental.hr

IMPLANT CENTAR MARTINKO

Zagrebačka cesta 126

+385 1 3643 381

www.implant-centarmartinko.com

ZAGREB DENTAL

Rendićeva 35

+385 1 2303 318

www.zagrebdental.com

Aesthetic Surgery GLUMIČIĆ MEDICAL GROUP

Prilaz Gjure Deželića 56

+385 1 3779 129

www.glumicic.com

POLIKLINIKA ARITHERA

Bukovačka 1

+385 1 2304 074

www.arithera.hr

POLIKLINIKA BAGATIN

Ulica grada Vukovara 269a/10

+385 1 4610 225

www.poliklinikabagatin.hr

POLIKLINIKA DR. TONČIĆ

Mlinovi 159a

+385 1 4618 888

www.toncic.net

POLIKLINIKA NOLA

Folnegovićeva 1c

+385 1 4675 333

www.poliklinika-nola.hr

POLIKLINIKA REGENIUS

Planinska 13a

+385 1 2753 804

www.regenius.hr

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Dentum, the leading dental centre in the region Get your free consultation while in Zagreb!

Smile, you’re in the best hands

Crnomerec, Gradiscanska 36 Zagreb, Croatia t: +385 1 5802 333, +44 20 376 939 73 +39 041 868 550 7, +45 7877 2137 e: smile@dentum.com

www.dentum.com


Health & Relax Explore Zagreb

In case you don’t need a medical procedure, you might just want to relax. You are welcome in one of the most famous and recognized Thai massage salons in Zagreb – Thai Centar Thalea – massages are carried out by experienced educated therapists from Thailand, who are certified in all types of Thai massage. Thai Centar Thalea is situated in the heart of Zagreb, in a space originally co-designed by renowned Thai designer Mr Dasadacha Chorpaka, whose famous designs include Royals King Palace in Bangkok. When designing the space, special attention was paid to the concept of a relaxing comfortable stay that begins at the very entrance. Thai Centar Thalea is a place of peace and serenity, where you will feel relaxed and pleasant throughout your stay.

Wellness & Spa CITY WELLNESS CENTER

Draškovićeva 47/1

+385 91 457 3125

www.citywellnesscenter.hr

ESSENTIA VITAE

Draškovićeva 56/2

+385 1 4612 387

www.essentiavitae.hr

HIMALAYAN CAVE

Lipovečka 21

+385 1 3831 885

www.himalayskaspilja.com

RELAX ZONE (Admiral Hotel)

Rudeška cesta 140

+385 1 3322 900

www.admiralhotel.hr

TAO WELLNESS CENTER

Trg Petra Preradovića 3

+385 1 4827 232

www.tao-wellnesscenter.com

THAI CENTAR THALEA

Bogovićeva 7/3

+385 1 5525 453

www.thaicentarthalea.com

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Veliki Tabor

Veliki Tabor

is a fortress and a museum from the 12th century, located three kilometres east of Desinić in the Zagorje Region. The Five-Cornered Tower is the oldest part of the castle built in the 12th century. Other towers were built in the 15th and the 16th century. Croatian noble family Rattkay were the owners until 1793 and they built most of the castle. Oton Iveković (1869 – 1939), a Croatian painter, owned the castle from 1927 until 1935 and today it is owned by the state.

Marija Bistrica is a little town Marija Bistrica

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and municipality located in Krapina-Zagorje Region, 40km from the capital city of Zagreb. In Marija Bistrica there is an old Marian shrine of the Black Madonna visited by hundreds of thousands of pilgrims every year. In 1545 a local priest hid the wonderworking statue of the Virgin Mary with the Infant Jesus from the Turks in a secret location. In 1588 bright light shone from the place where it was buried and, according to the records, it was discovered again. On 3 October 1998, Pope John Paul II (1920 – 2005) visited Marija Bistrica and beatified Croatian Cardinal Aloysius Stepinac (1898 – 1960).


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Krapina

Krapina, first mentioned in 1193,

is located in the Zagorje Region. In the 14th century Krapina was a free royal trading place and a residence of the Croatian ban (governor) until the end of the 15th century. Krapina is best known for the remains belonging to Neanderthals, excavated by an archaeologist and a palaeontologist Dragutin Gorjanović Kramberger (1856 – 1936) in a cave on a hill called Hušnjakovo near Krapina in 1899. Today, there are reconstructions of pre-historic men and animals in front of the cave. The Evolution Museum with a permanent exhibition was opened on the site.

Gornja Stubica – The Peasant’s Revolt Museum is located in the Zagorje

Region, situated in the baroque palace of the Oršić family from the 18th century. The palace was built in 1756, last members of the Oršić family left the palace in 1924. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, the palace was completely renovated and the Peasants’ Revolt Museum was placed in it. The Museum collects materials and objects divided into three collections: cultural and historical, art and ethnographic which also includes archaeological findings from the ancient town of Konjšćina. Every year the Medieval Knight’s Tournament is organized in the Oršić Castle in June and there you can try fencing or participate in medieval soccer.

Trakošćan

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is one of the most attractive and most visited castles located in the Northern Croatia (Varaždin Region). It was built in the 13th century as a fortress. In the 16th century it was managed by the emperor Maximilian II (1527 -1576), who gave the estate to a ban and a bishop of Zagreb Joseph II Drašković in 1569 for the services rendered and it later became a family heritage. Nikola Zrinski was the owner of the property in the middle of the 17th century for several years (1645 – 1651). In the 19th century, it was renovated in neo-gothic style surrounded with an artificial lake, a garden and a forest-park. The Castle Museum with its collection was established in 1953. The Republic of Croatia owns the castle today and it is opened to visitors all the time.


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Trakošćan


Koprivnica

Koprivnica is the central and the biggest city in Koprivnica-Križevci County. It is

situated 85 km northeast of Zagreb and was named after a creek that runs through the city. On 4 November 1356 Koprivnica was proclaimed a free and royal city by the CroatianHungarian King Ludovicthe First d’Anjou, which is why this date became the City Day. Despite its turbulent history, the city has managed to preserve a substantial part of its cultural-historical architectural heritage. The entire historical city center represents a unique monument unit that keeps attracting more visitors and tourists. Aside from its sights, the city is also famous for a rich tourist offer that includes a Reneissance Festival, which is organized along the city walls every summer. If you wish to find out what life was like during the Middle Ages or Renessaince, what people used to eat and drink, how they used to make a living, and how they treated the knights, the lepers, the witches and the jesters… be sure to visit Koprivnica. Find out why the Renessaince Festival has won a multitude of best manifestation awards as well as the golden plaque award ‘Plautilla’ in the best tourist product category at the International Historic Cities Congress.

Križevci

is one of the oldest medieval cities in northern Croatia and was first mentioned in the documents of the King Bella III in 1193 under the name of Cris (cross). It was first divided into two parts: Upper and Lower Križevac (Upper and Lower Town). At the constitution of Upper Town ban Stephan grants it the privileges of a free royal city on 24 April 1252, which to this day remains the City Day. In 1752 empress Maria Theresa of Austria united the so-called Lower and Upper Križevac into a single city that, from that day, has been called by its plural name – Križevci. The city is proud of its eight church towers located on town access roads in such a way as to form the symbol of a cross. There are many important sights in the city and Križevci its surroundings that date from different time periods and which serve as public and cultural institutions today. Križevci and its surroundings form an attractive area of natural, historical, and cultural resources, parks, lakes, traditional wine cellars, and vineyards.

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Old Town

VaraĹždin is located in the Northern Croatia, 81 km away from Zagreb and it is a

very popular tourist destination in the summer time for its rich cultural heritage, many museums, galleries, sport and recreation facilities as well as traditional cuisine. First written historical name for VaraĹždin was Garestin on the 20 August 1181. City was a free royal borough declared by the Hungarian King Andrew II in 1209 and became military and economic centre of the Northern Croatia. The Old Town is a medieval fortress and a biggest tourist attraction in the city. Construction began in the 14th century and afterwards Gothic rounded towers were added. In 1756, VaraĹždin became the capital of Croatia and it housed the Croatian Sabor (Parliament) and the Royal Croatian Council. Most of the churches and buildings were built in the Baroque style. In 1776, a fire destroyed most of the town causing administrative institutions to move to Zagreb. The town was completely rebuilt in the 19th century and in the 20th century it developed into the industrial centre of north-western Croatia.

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Transport & Info Explore Zagreb

Tourist Information Centre AIRPORT FRANJO TUĐMAN

Ulica Rudolfa Fizira 21

+385 1 6265 091

BAN JELACIC SQUARE

Trg bana Josipa Jelačića 11

+385 1 4814 051/ 4814 052/ 4814 054

BUS STATION

Avenija Marina Držića 4

+385 1 6115 507

LOTRŠČAK TOWER

Strossmayer Promenade

+385 1 4851 510

MAIN RAILWAY STATION

Trg kralja Tomislava 12

+385 99 210 9918

www.infozagreb.hr

Embassies And Consulates MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AND EUROPEAN AFFAIRS

www.mvep.hr

Hospitals CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL ZAGREB

Vjekoslava Klaića 16

+385 1 4600 111

www.kdb.hr

CLINIC FOR DENTAL MEDICINE

Gundulićeva 5

+385 1 4802 111

www.kbc-zagreb.hr

GENERAL HOSPITAL SVETI DUH

Sveti Duh 64

+385 1 3712 111

www.kbsd.hr

KBC REBRO

Kišpatićeva 12

+385 1 2388 888

WOMEN'S HEALTH CLINIC

Petrova 13

+385 1 4604 646

CENTRAL PHARMACY

Trg bana Josipa Jelačića 3

+385 1 4816 198

DUBRAVA

Grižanska 4

+385 1 2992 350

ILICA

Ilica 301

+385 1 3750 321

OZALJSKA

Ozaljska 1

+385 1 3097 586

SIGET

Avenija Vjenceslava Holjevca 22

+385 1 6525 425

BUBA

Dore Pfanove 11

+385 1 3771 761

www.buba-vet.hr

VETERINARSKA STANICA GRADA ZAGREBA

Heinzelova 68

+385 1 6040 186

www.vs-grada-zagreba.hr

VETERINA BRANIMIR

Dekanići 15

+385 1 3887 542 +385 99 388 7542

www.veterinabranimir.hr

www.kbc-zagreb.hr

Pharmacies 24/7

www.gljz.hr

Veterinary Clinics

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Transport & Info Explore Zagreb

Post Offices Jurišićeva 13

+385 72 303 304

(Mon-Fri: 7am-8pm; Sat: 7am-1pm)

Branimirova 4

+385 72 303 304

Mon-Sun 7-24

Taxi EKO TAXI

+385 1 14 14

www.ekotaxi.hr

RADIO TAXI ZAGREB

+385 1 17 17

www.radiotaxizagreb.com

TAXI CAMMEO

+385 1 12 12

www.cammeo.hr

Karlovačka cesta 85

+385 1 6142 345

www.allegrarentacar.com

Branimirova 25

+385 95 660 0220

Airport Franjo Tuđman

+385 95 660 0220

AVIS

Airport Franjo Tuđman

+385 1 6265 190

www.avis.com

CARWIZ

Savska cesta 106

+385 1 4094 402

www.carwiz.hr

DOLLAR & THRIFTY

Petrinjska 83

+385 1 4836 466

www.subrosa.hr

FLEET

Kršnjavoga 1

+385 1 5530 609

www.fleet-rent.com

HERTZ

Airport Franjo Tuđman

+385 1 4562 635

www.hertz.hr

ORYX

Mihanovićeva 1

+385 1 4563 789

www.oryx-rent.hr

SIXT

Trg Krešimira Ćosića 9

+385 1 3015 303

www.sixt.hr

Airport Franjo Tuđman

+385 1 6260 100

Kranjčevićeva 46

+385 1 3630 300

Zagrebačka cesta 143a

+385 1 4440 051

www.spincity.hr

BLUE BIKE

Trg bana Josipa Jelačića 15

+385 98 188 3344

www.zagrebbybike.com

NEXT BIKE

Prisavlje 2

+385 1 7776 534

www.nextbike.hr

Mrazovićeva 12

+385 99 603 7575

www.pedicab.hr

Rent A Car ALLEGRA AVAX

UNI RENT

www.avaxrent.com

www.uni-rent.net

Car Sharing SPIN CITY

Rent a Bike

Pedicab Tours ZAGREB PEDICAB

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101 Parking Garages CENTAR CVJETNI

Trg Petra Preradovića 6

+385 1 5540 314

www.centarcvjetni.hr

CENTAR KAPTOL

Nova Ves 17

+385 1 4860 241

www.centarkaptol.hr

GALLERIA BUSINESS CENTER

Trg Drage Iblera 10

+385 1 4619 503

www.importannegalleria.hr

GORICA

Martićeva 69

+385 1 4650 808

www.zagrebparking.hr

IMPORTANNE CENTAR

Trg Ante Starčevića 7

+385 1 4577 076

www.importannecentar.hr

KVATERNIK SQUARE

Trg Eugena Kvaternika 6 +385 1 4664 176

LANG SQUARE

Trg Josipa Langa 13

+385 1 4829 888

PETRINJSKA

Petrinjska 59

+385 1 4819 447

TUŠKANAC

Tuškanac 1b

+385 1 4834 435

www.zagrebparking.hr

HAK - Croatian Auto Club ROAD ASSISTANCE

TRAFFIC INFORMATION

Craotian network calls

+385 1987

Non-Croatian network calls

+385 1 4693 700

Craotian network calls

+385 72 777 777

Non-Croatian network calls

+385 1 4640 800

www.hak.hr

Credit Cards AMERICAN EXPRESS

Radnička cesta 44

+385 1 6124 422

www.americanexpress.com

DINERS CLUB - ERSTE CARD CLUB

Ulica Frana Folnegovića 6

+385 1 4929 555

www.diners.com.hr

MASTERCARD - ZAGREBAČKA BANKA

Trg bana Josipa Jelačića 10

+385 1 3789 798

VISA - ZAGREBAČKA BANKA

Trg bana Josipa Jelačića 10

+385 1 3789 798

www.zaba.hr

Infolab Data Recovery Sokolgradska 28

+385 800 777 920 +385 91 206 2677

LAUNDRY ROOM

Petra Berislavića 14

+385 98 908 4631

VEŠ4KEŠ

Savska cesta 76

+385 98 275 021

www.ves4kes.com

Q-LAUNDRY

Ilica 211

+385 91 980 2796

www.q-laundry.hr

WASH & GO ZAGREB

Mesnička 5

+385 91 981 5119

www.zagrebwashngo.com

Self Service Laundry

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www.infolab.hr


Transport & Info Explore Zagreb

Croatian Currency Is the CROATIAN KUNA (HRK) Nominal values are: COINS: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 lipa; 1, 2, 5 kuna NOTES: 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 kuna 1 kuna = 100 lipas

FREE ONLINE CURRENCY CONVERTER

Exchange Offices CENTAR

Vlaška 21

+385 1 4683 807

Mon-Sun 8-22

CROATIA EXPRESS

Nikole Tesle 4

+385 1 4811 842

Mon-Fri 8-18, Sat 8-13, Sun Closed

Gajeva 1 (Hotel Dubrovnik)

+385 1 4811 555

Mon-Thu 8-22, Fri-Sat: 8-23, Sun: 8-22

Tkalčićeva 18

+385 1 3789 900

Mon-Thu 9-22, Fri-Sat: 9-22, Sun: 9-21

Trg Petra Preradovića 6 (Centar Cvjetni)

+385 1 4837 000

Mon-Thu 9-21, Fri-Sat: 9-22, Sun: 10-19

PLAVI ZAGREB

Trg bana Josipa Jelačića 6

+385 1 4816 939

Mon-Fri 8-20, Sat 8-15, Sun Closed

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Vlaška 68

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Transport & Info Explore Zagreb

Zagreb Bus Station AUTOBUSNI KOLODVOR ZAGREB

Address: Avenija Marina Držića 4 Phone: +385 72 500 400 for Croatian network calls +385 1 6471 100 for Non-Croatian network calls Web: www.akz.hr

Zagreb Railway Station GLAVNI KOLODVOR ZAGREB Address: Trg kralja Tomislava 12 Phone: +385 60 333 444 for Croatian network calls +385 1 3782 583 for Non-Croatian network calls Web: www.hzpp.hr

Zagreb Airport

ZRAČNA LUKA “FRANJO TUĐMAN” Address: Ulica Rudolfa Fizira 21 Phone: +385 60 320 320 for Croatian network calls +385 1 4562 170 for Non-Croatian network calls Web: www.zagreb-airport.hr CROATIA AIRLINES Phone: +385 1 6676 555 www.croatiaairlines.com

National Holidays

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January 1st - New Year’s Day January 6th - Epiphany April 1st - Easter April 2nd - Easter Monday May 1st - Labour Day May 31st - Corpus Christi June 22nd - Anti-Fascist Struggle Day June 25th - Statehood Day th August 5 - Victory and Homeland Thanksgiving Day August 15th - Assumption of the Virgin Mary October 8th - Independence Day November 1st - All Saints Day December 25th and 26th - Christmas Holidays


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Important Telephone Numbers +385 Country Code Number – dial 00385 (e.g. 00385 112 for help or 00385 1 6676 555 for regular numbers) (+385) 112 Emergancy Number for Police, Ambulance, Fire Department and Mountain Rescue Service (HGSS) (+385) 1987 HAK Road Assistance 24/7 for Croatian network calls or +385 1 4693 700 for Non-Croatian network calls (+385) 72 777 777 Traffic Information for Croatian network calls or +385 1 4640 800 for Non-Croatian network calls (+385) 18981 General Information

Weather

Zagreb has a continental climate with an average temperature of up to 30°C in summer and down to -10°C in winter. Weather report on phone +385 60 616 666

Time Differences

GTM + 1 hour (during summer: GTM + 2 hours)

Lost and Found

For lost items you should go to the closest police station and inquire there. Report lost baggage at Zagreb Airport on phone: +385 1 4562 229.

Funicular

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Tomićeva bb Phone: +385 1 4833 912 Working hours: 6:30 - 22:00, every 10 minutes (for group by arrangement) Ticket price is HRK 4.00; children up to 7 free; urgent ride HRK 20.00 (plus ticket per person) www.zet.hr

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