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How we’re doing our part to care for the planet-1

How we’re doing our part to care for the planet

Our respect for the environment and our love for our destinations runs deep. As a 116-year-old, family-owned company it's been a passion of ours from the very beginning. After all, It's our heritage!

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Amadria Park Hotel Capital Zagreb Caffe Capital

The tradition of coffee and coffee consumption in downtown Zagreb

Just like all Croatians, the people of Zagreb are great lovers of coffee and faithfully adhere to a culture of enjoying coffee with friends and family. If you go through Zagreb's centre, not just on a Saturday but on any day, you will see crowded terraces of smiling and cheerful people sharing their stories over their favourite hot beverage.

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Zagreb – a City of Museums-3

Zagreb – a City of Museums

And galleries. And exhibitions… Zagreb has no less than 30 museums, 45 galleries and a dozen or so art exhibitions at any given time, many housed in buildings themselves historic 

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Zagreb – for Year Round Concerts-4

Zagreb – for Year Round Concerts

All types of music and cultural genres are represented, with purpose-built venues dedicated to particular performance styles. As the home of Zagreb Philharmonic 

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Plitvice Lakes National Park – World Heritage Site-5

Plitvice Lakes National Park – World Heritage Site

A journey to the Plitvice Lakes National Park offers rich rewards. Set in central Croatia, the forest reserve features a chain of 16 terraced lakes joined by waterfalls that extend into a 

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Ban Jelačić Square – Central Zagreb-6

Ban Jelačić Square – Central Zagreb

Set in the pulsing heart of the city centre, Ban Jelačić Square is the largest square and most famous landmark in Zagreb. The time-tested people’s meeting place; cafes and restaurants 

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Zagreb’s Upper Town – Gradec-7

Zagreb’s Upper Town – Gradec

This historic, hilltop district of central Zagreb hosts one of the highest concentrations of historic and cultural treasures, beginning with Gradec (Gornji Grad – Upper Town), the 

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Lenuci’s Horseshoe (Lower Town Zagreb )-8

Lenuci’s Horseshoe (Lower Town Zagreb )

Zagreb has hundreds of parks, gardens and green spaces. The Lower Town has its own horseshoe-shaped green space (Lenuci’s Horseshoe), a series of seven parks and 

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Zagreb’s Upper Town – Kaptol-9

Zagreb’s Upper Town – Kaptol

The centuries-old, cafe-lined Tkalčićeva Street and open-air, farmers’ market Dolac, separate Gradec from Kaptol. Kaptol is famous for the Zagreb Cathedral (Croatia’s tallest 

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Maksimir Park Zagreb-10

Maksimir Park Zagreb

The myriad of walking trails from Zagreb’s leafy suburbs are well-connected to Mount Medvednica, including the surrounding urban areas of the 1,005-acre Maksimir Park –

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Medvednica Nature Park & Sljeme – Northern Zagreb-11

Medvednica Nature Park & Sljeme – Northern Zagreb

Zagreb is blessed with a mountain on its doorstep. The heavily forested Mount Medvednica is a favourite with locals for a weekend hike to the summit, Sljeme, 

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Zagreb Funicular (Lower Town)-12

Zagreb Funicular (Lower Town)

Even though it’s the Lower Town (Donji Grad), locals refer to this as the Zagreb centre. The district is somewhat newer than Upper Town, with development really taking off in the 

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Zagreb Cathedral – Croatia’s Tallest Building-13

Zagreb Cathedral – Croatia’s Tallest Building

Located in Kaptol district just above Ban Jelačić Square, the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary is Zagreb‘s most defining landmark and 

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Advent in Zagreb-14

Advent in Zagreb

Throughout all December & 1st week of January Voted Europe’s best Christmas markets three years’ running, Zagreb celebrates the festive season with a pulsing, 

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