Zagreb Airport is the largest airport in Croatia and is named after the first Croatian president dr. Franjo Tuđman. The Zagreb Airport Terminal covers an area of 65,000 square meters on four floors with a distinctive roof. It has 30 check-in spots, nine boarding passes, eight airplane bridges, a luggage sorting station, many catering facilities,…

Depending on individual  interests, everyone has it’s own personal top 10 must see sights in Zagreb. This one is ours. We try to be objective. 1.  Ban Josip Jelačić square (Trg bana Josipa Jelačića) Main central square in Zagreb is starting point for all sightseeings and orientation. Square was stage of Croatian historical events, so it’s…

Top 10 places in Zagreb for kids 1. Take a 64 seconds ride with the shortest funicular railway in the world This 66 metre long funicular that connects Downtown (Tomićeva street) with Upper Town (Lotrščak tower) is the oldest public transportation in Zagreb, and kids are loving it from 1890. It is the shortest and…

Beginning of organized public transport in Zagreb dates back to the year 1891, when for the first time on September 5th trams started running, operated by a horse (one horse power). The first railways for the horse tram were built from Mitnica in Vlaška street (today Kvaternik Square) through Vlaška, Draskovićeva  and Jurišićeva street across…

Craft beer in Croatia became very popular and is gaining cult status among consumers. This type of beer is made in small(er) amounts and under controlled conditions. Thanks to this special, more personal approach, the taste is different which is always a challenge for beer tasters.