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Zagreb City Breaks

For one of Europe's capitals, Zagreb is awfully modest, managing to escape most travelers' bucket lists.

Short Breaks to Zagreb

The city is home to a beautiful historic district priding itself on gorgeous medieval settlements, amazing cobbled streets, and astounding squares. And while it can’t offer you Dubrovnik’s amazing beaches and the warm waters of the Adriatic, the destination prides itself on being one of the most affordable cities in Europe, making a Zagreb weekend trip a very budget-friendly option. You can choose one of the ready-made itineraires or let us create a unique tour according to your ideas of a perfect trip.  

The skyline of Zagreb, a wonderful destination for a city break

"I realize that Zagreb’s heart lies not in one place. And such is its charm and magnetism that it can ensnare every visitor. I think I will leave a bit of my own heart back in Zagreb."

Anita Rao-Kashi

City Break to Zagreb FAQ

Truth be told, to an average person Zagreb is known as the capital of Croatia at best. History buffs know the city as the homeland of the tie, but it’s rather niche knowledge. The lovely city is not well known in the international arena and can truly call itself an off-the-beaten-path destination. Interestingly, it’s also one of the most affordable places in Europe, which puts it on the radar of everyone traveling on a budget.

While it’s true that the Croatian capital is not extremely popular among travel enthusiasts, it doesn’t mean that it has nothing to offer to a well-traveled tourist. The city, with its Austro-Hungarian architecture and unique charm, is not just truly lovely but also home to some of the best galleries and museums in the country. City breaks to Zagreb are perfect for travelers interested in the country’s cultural and historical background. At the same time, touristy Dubrovnik and Zadar are better options for those interested in the hot sun, sandy beaches, and great nightlife.

Most of the popular sights can be seen over the long weekend. Zagreb is the biggest city in the country, so plan at least a three-day stay to enjoy its Eastern European atmosphere (in comparison to the Mediterranean feel of the coastal destinations) and check out all the must-sees.

The Croatian capital is quite a big city, but its beautiful historical center is not big, extremely scenic, and very walkable. So make sure to pack a pair of comfortable shoes to enjoy exploring the area without worrying about sore feet.

Yap, Zagreb is one of the most affordable travel destinations. Compared to other capitals of Europe as well as the city’s more popular neighbors such as Dubrovnik and Zadar, the prices in Zagreb are very reasonable, making the city a great choice if you are on a tight budget.

Generally, Zagreb is a safe city. However, theft or pickpocketing is still a risk, like in any other corner of the world, so exercising basic safety precautions is never a bad idea.

English is quite a common language in the Croatian capital, so you should have no problems communicating during your Zagreb weekend break.


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