Welcome to Zagreb, Croatia’s stunning capital, with lush green parks throughout the city centre, imposing heritage buildings, real Central European cafe society, and true Mediterranean style hospitality.
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Festival of Lights Zagreb is bringing an exciting new dimension to Zagreb’s Upper town in March, marking its 2nd edition. Also, Zagreb has recently seen the opening of Le Premier hotel. This luxurious boutique hotel offers 62 rooms and a presidential apartment. Facilities include a spa with a sauna and a hammam, and a cigar lounge. Additionally, in the very heart of the city (Radiceva street 34) is a new museum that takes you back to the 1980s.
- Coffee Culture
Zagreb’s streets are lined with both traditional style coffeehouses and modern cafés. Locals can often be found sitting in a café from morning to dusk enjoying a coffee or two with friends.
- Parks and Gardens
The U-shaped system of city squares with parks in Zagreb lower town is often called the “green horseshoe”, with monuments, galleries and museums nestled within the greenery and flowers.
- The Mirogoj Cemetery
Mirogoj serves not only as a burial place but also as a beautiful park and something of an open-air art gallery of nature, and is one of the most exquisite cemeteries in Europe.
- INmusic Festival #13
http://www.inmusicfestival.com The buzzing music festivals that puts Zagreb on the map!
- ZG Classic 2018
The richest festival with 13 concerts by leading Croatian and international orchestras in 3 weeks.
- Advent in Zagreb 2018
http://www.adventzagreb.com Voted three times in a row “European Best Christmas Market”, the capital of Croatia is for sure the best destination to celebrate Christmas.
From June 2017 Emirates started to fly to Zagreb on a daily basis, enabling easy connectivity to more than 80 global destinations. Croatian national carrier, Croatia Airlines, in 2017 also opened 4 new seasonal flights from Stockholm, Oslo, Helsinki and Bucharest to Zagreb.
Hall 1.2 / Stand 214