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Zagreb Introduction

Zagreb is a beautiful city for walking, with its cobbled streets winding past a stunning array of fascinating museums and elegant churches, palaces and government buildings. With a fabulous coffee culture that beckons visitors to sip the heady brew on open terraces, Zagreb is a place for socialising and people-watching. Gorgeous hiking trails in the nearby mountains, craft beer tastings in the city and open-air markets overflowing with fresh fruit and buttery pastry all draw delighted visitors outdoors for inspiration.

Hotels in Zagreb

Hotels in Zagreb range from posh hotels with modern furnishings and beautiful views to holiday homes with homey furnishings, fully equipped kitchens, free WiFi and on-site parking. They are also often pet-friendly and cater well for families. Discount hotels in Zagreb are basic but clean and tidy, with airy breakfast rooms, satellite TV and communal areas made cheerful with plants and comfortable furniture, ideal for backpackers and those travelling on a budget. For more personalised service and decor, there are bed-and-breakfasts and boutique hotels with bright, modern rooms, air-conditioning, free WiFi and lush gardens with terraces.

Where to stay

Zagreb city centre is by far the most popular location for hotels in the city. Only steps away from the magical Old Town and an abundance of museums, it hosts a diverse array of hotels from glittering 4-star and 5-star establishments to spacious apartments and charming boutique hotels. This is an excellent area for all travellers, whether you're with your partner taking moonlit strolls in Old Town or with your family checking out every medieval church and building you can find. Backpackers will find excellent hostels here, too, with clean beds, in-house bars, free WiFi and airport shuttles.

Things to see

The 11th-century Cathedral and Archbishop's Palace complex is a magnificent site with towering spires that reach to the heavens. The Mirogoj Cemetery stuns with its exquisitely beautiful vine-covered arcades, domes, pavilions and landscaped gardens. The Dolac Market is a daily open-air farmers' market famous for its cheery red beach umbrellas and glorious selection of fresh flowers, handmade wooden toys and mountains of locally grown seasonal fruits and vegetables. With more museums packed in per square metre than any other city in the world, a tour of museums is essential on any trip to Zagreb. Check out the Museum of Broken Relationships, set in a baroque palace; the Museum of Illusions, filled with holograms and optical illusions; or the Mimara, a vast neoclassical building filled with old masters and archaeological artefacts, all donated by one man. Maksimir Park is an escape from the city, with serene paths curving around lawns, glistening lakes and woodland.

How to get to Zagreb

Travel into Zagreb is an easy endeavour with numerous modes of transportation available from throughout Croatia and neighbouring European countries. International flights arrive daily at Franjo Tuđman Airport, also known as Zagreb Airport. Once you've collected your baggage, you can take a 25-minute bus journey to the main bus station, and from there take a tram to Zagreb hotels. You can also take a taxi directly to hotels in Zagreb. If you prefer a more leisurely journey, you can take a train or hire car from major Croatian towns, as well as other European cities such as Sarajevo, Munich and Budapest.