Given how wonderful Croatia’s Islands are it is a real shame how many people bypass Zagreb. Yet it is a very worthwhile place to explore in its own right. A vibrant city with fascinating architecture, Zagreb has a plenty of sights for the tourist to view including the statue at Kamenita vrata, where the image of Virgin Mary is said to be only thing that didn’t burn during a devastating 17th century fire. Resplendent with several impressive parks, fountains and monuments, Zagreb enjoys a great nightlife, a thriving café culture and enough fine shopping to give your credit card a decent work out. In recent years it has also become a popular music hub with major rock and pop stars like U2, Beyoncé and the Rolling Stones all performing here. For those looking for a culture fix, the city also possesses some of the most interesting art galleries and museums in the whole of Europe.
Whilst it has a dearth of top end, Zagreb hotels in general are an excellent range of affordable and decent quality mid-ranged hotels, hostels and holiday accommodation options. If you are planning a visit to the capital of Croatia this suggestion of Ten Places to Consider For A Zagreb Hotel Booking is something you really should check out in more detail.
(For more information about any of the Zagreb accommodations listed below please click on the relevant name).
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