WHERE TO STAY Most hotels in Zagreb are located near the city centre, and are affordable (compared to typical Western European prices).Gornji Grad or Upper Town is the historical and cultural half of the city, rich with Baroque architecture, unmissable landmarks, charming markets and authentic restaurants.
For those who wish to feel the spirit of Zagreb as it once was, the Palace Hotel Zagreb which is located in an Art Nouveau palace dating from 1891, with a tradition of hospitality dating from 1907, is certainly the right choice. Our members from Croatia also want to make friends, meet people and find penpals both in Croatia and all over the world.Datingnmore offers absoutely free Croatia dating and friendship service, where you can chat, meet people and make friends online instantly.During this session we will connect participants & companies & speakers & startups.Are you looking to get a job in multinational company?Zagreb is the capital of Croatia and the only metropolitan area in Croatia with a population of over a million.
It is located in the northwest of the country along Sava, the longest Croatian river.
You can enjoy all four seasons in Zagreb: summers are warm with the average temperature of 22.0 °C (71.6 °F), whereas during snowy winter months from December to March the average temperature drops down to −0.5 °C (31.1 °F).
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In the recent years Croatia's capital has finally started to receive attention it long deserved.
Adorn in unique mixture of Austro-Hungarian and modern architecture, packed with delightful cafes, abundant in historic attractions and owning rich culture and art scene, Zagreb is a perfect city-break destination.