Donji grad - Lower town

This is the central point of nowadays Zagreb and this is where most of the city's life takes place. It is full of the most beautiful parks and pleasant coffee bars. The main square is everyone's favorite meeting point.

Gornji grad - Upper Town

Nice little family walks through the streets of the Upper Town are a perfect way to rediscover this city. Each time a Zagreber passes through this old part of town, an opportunity to learn something new about his own city comes his way.
There are also many cultural institutions that can spice up that nice little family walk.


This little district used to be a small city by itself, up until 19th century. That's when it got united with its neighbor town called Gradec (today's Upper town area) into a single city called Zagreb. Kaptol has been the center of Croatian Catholic church for a long time.


Because of two important sights: park forest Maksimir and the football stadium which often hosts national and international games. Many Croatians are crazy about European football, and for reason, since our national team is usually ranked high.

National Park Plitvice Lakes

Getting back to nature on a full-day tour to see the famous waterfalls.

Novi Zagreb

Those who don't live there don't really like it that much, with the exception of Lake Bundek, nearby museum and shopping mall, all easily accessible with public transportation. But those who were actually born to this part of the city, south of the river Sava, often chose to stay there as adults.

Sljeme - Mount Medvednica

The oldest parts of Zagreb were built on the slopes of the mount Medvendica, which is popularly called Sljeme after its highest peak (1035m). It's easy to guess that, thanks to its accessibility, mount Medvednica is the most popular place around to actively spend your weekends and fully enjoy the nature's beauty.

Trakošćan - Krapina

The beauty of North Croatia and its cultural heritage, starting with the origins of man and progressing onward to the Medieval Age.


Huge neighbourhood that covers most of the west side of the city.
The initial Tresnjevka dates back to 19th century and that part is considered to be one of the most Zagreb neighbourhoods. In the meantime, it has spread significantly, but the "Old Trešnjevka" has remained one of the most nostalgic areas of the city.