Must see places Beautifull places in Zagreb

Ban Jelačić Square

Central focus of modern Zagreb is Ban Jelačić Square (Trg bana Jelačića).


It is no surprise that Kaptol is the most extensively photographed of all Zagreb’s squares, with the twin Gothic towers of the Cathedral towering high above it.

The Upper Town

The cobbled streets you amble through in the Upper Town, the unassuming houses you pass by, the striking scenes at every corner, all of these convey the rich history of Zagreb.

Something about Zagreb Learn more about Zagreb history


The Zagreb story

Zagreb, the capital of the Republic of Croatia, is one of the oldest European cities and is yet one of Europe’s youngest metropolises.

The fact that the Zagreb archdiocese was founded in 1094 and that the city was proclaimed a free royal city in 12 42, attests to its long history.


Here, Close to You!

Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, is a Central European city that has excellent air, road and train connections to other European and non-European cities.


Always to Remember

Zagreb is a true world metropolis and inside its stores you will find clothes and many other items that are made by world designers.

Many stores offer both traditional and modern day Croatian products.