Zagreb: for an affordable city trip
Zagreb is one of Europe's least expensive cities. Even in the pedestrianised centre, you'll find enough outdoor cafés where you can eat and drink cheaply. Zagreb is divided into two neighbourhoods: the old centre and the modern part. From modern museums to historical buildings, and friendly locals everywhere. You'll find them all here!
4 reasons for choosing Zagreb
More than 60 museums and galleries
The 120-year-old botanic gardens of Zagreb
Don't be surprised if you only pay five euros for your evening meal
Dolac Market with its red parasols
Off to Zagreb
Tips and fun facts about Zagreb
Useful and fun to know before departure
Zagreb has six special children's theatres offering performances for children.
Shop opening hours tend to vary greatly in Zagreb. Generally, they're open from 09.00-13.00 hours and from 17.00-20.00 hours on Mondays to Fridays and from 09.00-13.00 hours on Saturdays.
The archaeological museum of Zagreb houses no less than 460,000 exhibits.
Each day, all the street lights in the old centre are still lit by hand. Where else can you see that nowadays?
When can I fly?
Flight schedule to Zagreb