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Zagreb Croatia


The history of Zagreb, the capital city of Croatia, began long ago, back in the 7th century, when the two settlements of Kaptol and Gradec merged into one city. Most of the medieval constructions in Zagreb have been preserved intact. The north-eastern part of Zagreb, the Upper Town, still displays old buildings and cultural monuments, while the Lower Town has been rebuilt into modern districts. The special charm of the city is given by the countless cozy cafes, restaurants and flower-decked terraces scattered throughout the city’s promenade.

 How to reach Zagreb

Zagreb Airport is 17 kilometers from the city.

Zagreb is located at the center of an intricate transport network. There are large modern highways going from the city center, connecting Croatia to both the Eastern and the Western part of Europe. Railways also connect Zagreb to the major cities of Croatia and of the neighboring countries. In the center of the city, there are many bus and train stations. The best way to enjoy the beautiful Capital City of Croatia is to book a transfer that can take you straight from the Airport to any destination inside the city and its surroundings.