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Described as a little Vienna, Croatia’s capital Zagreb is a mishmash of elegant Austro-Hungarian buildings and cobbled medieval streets just waiting to be explored. Often overlooked by tourists who prefer to sun themselves on Croatia’s stunning beaches,

Zagreb is a great choice for a city break destination with a difference. Think beautiful squares packed with Art Noveau and Baroque buildings, parks full of locals soaking up the summer sun and an atmosphere that combines a mix of Balkan and Central European cultures. And even though it has all the beauty of Prague and Budapest, it doesn’t quite have the reputation – yet – meaning you’ll be able to explore to your heart’s content, minus the tourist crowds. 

October 2017
Hrelic - Zagreb's largest flea market is as much an anthropological experience as a retail one. Prepare for your senses to be assaulted. Sunday mornings only (Sajmisna Cesta 8).

July 2017
Tkalciceva - In summer this picturesque central lane welcomes a sweep of pavement cafes bedecked with pavement tables. Sit and just let the world go by.

October 2017
Lower Town - This graceful central urban quarter reclines with grand neoclassical architecture, leafy parks and esteemed cultural institutions. Grab a coffee, recline on a park bench and take it all in.

October 2017
Mount Medvednica - If you're lucky there may be early snow so you can hit the slopes. Otherwise this green oasis just outside the city is alive with walking trails. Just a bus ride away from the centre.

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