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About Zagreb

Zagreb, Croatia's capital, is a city where history and culture meet modernity. It offers visitors a unique experience, from its historic Upper and Lower towns to its lively squares and green spaces. Zagreb combines the charm of Eastern Europe with the sophistication of the West, making it a must-visit destination for those looking to explore the heart of Croatia

Exploring Zagreb

Zagreb's essence is captured in its dual nature, where tradition meets innovation. The Upper Town, with its cobbled streets and gas lamps, houses the iconic St. Mark's Church, known for its colorful tiled roof depicting the medieval coat of arms of Croatia, Dalmatia, and Slavonia, alongside the emblem of Zagreb. The nearby Lotrščak Tower offers panoramic views of the city, best enjoyed at noon when a cannon fires, a tradition dating back to the 19th century.

Descending to Lower Town, the shift to the bustling heart of modern Zagreb is palpable. Here, the ornate Art Nouveau architecture houses museums, galleries, theaters, and cafes. The Croatian National Theatre, an architectural masterpiece, stands as a cultural beacon, offering a rich program of opera, ballet, and theater.

Zagreb's green belt, the Lenuci Horseshoe, is a series of parks and squares that provide a peaceful escape from urban life. Meanwhile, the vibrant Dolac Market, just a stone's throw from the main square, Ban Jelačić Square, offers fresh produce and a taste of local life.

As dusk falls, Zagreb's café culture comes to the fore, with locals and visitors alike enjoying the city's lively atmosphere. The burgeoning street art scene, especially in neighborhoods like Zagreb's Design District, adds a contemporary edge to the city's historic backdrop.

Arriving in Zagreb

Arriving in Zagreb is a seamless experience, thanks to its well-connected Franjo Tuđman Airport and efficient ground transportation. For travelers looking to explore beyond the city, Zagreb serves as a central hub with excellent road links to neighboring regions and countries. Notably, for those coming from or planning to visit Kosovo, you can conveniently book your bus ticket online through Gjirafa Travel for routes from Prishtina to Zagreb and vice versa, as well as from Prizren to Zagreb and vice versa.


Ticket prices starting from

50 €

Average bus trip duration


Number of daily buses


Earliest bus departure

7:00 PM

Latest bus departure

9:00 PM

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