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Zagreb is Croatia’s cosmopolitan capital, with a very animated nightlife due to all the students that inhabit it. This northern city is full of small streets, paved with typical Croatian charm.

In the summer, Zagreb develops a true and lovely Mediterranean spirit. It has many bars and nightclubs, making this capital the true festive place it is known to be. Let yourself be charmed by all the places you can live great holidays in.

Chatting around drinks here is more than a habit; it’s almost a tradition!

Information & Facts


The climate of Zagreb is continental, with four separate seasons. Summers are hot and dry, and winters are cold. The average temperature in winter is 34°F (1°C) and the average temperature in summer is 68°F (20°C). The end of May, particularly, gets very warm, with temperatures rising to the mid-80sºF (30°C) and up. Snowfall is common in the winter months, from December to March, and rain and fog are common in autumn (October to December).

Getting around

Zagreb has a compact city centre with all the main sights and places of interest for visitors in close proximity to the major hotels. Walking is therefore a good option for getting around in Zagreb. Those who need to travel further afield can make use of the highly efficient tram system, which has frequent services throughout the city connecting bus and train stations and the main square, Trg Bana Josipa Jelacica. Four tram routes also operate throughout the night. Tickets for tram rides must be bought at newspaper kiosks, singly or in packs of 10. Each ticket gives you 90 minutes of travel, starting from when you first climb aboard and validate the ticket in a machine. The alternative public transport is public buses. Particularly useful is the inexpensive bus connection to the airport from the city centre. There is a plentiful supply of taxis in Zagreb, particularly at major hotels and the airport. Fares are negotiable.


The official language is Croatian.


The official unit of currency is the Kuna (HRK). One Kuna is divided into 100 Lipa. ATMs are plentiful throughout the country and banks, authorised bureaux de change, post offices or most hotels will exchange foreign currency or travellers cheques. Banks open Monday to Saturday and some banks also open on Sundays in the main cities. Major credit cards are widely accepted at the main hotels and restaurants, and may be used to draw cash from ATMs, which are widely available throughout the country.


Local time is GMT +1 (GMT +2 from last Sunday in March to the last Sunday in October).



Sat, 19 Aug
Numerous showers. Morning clouds. Mild.
22 | 14 °C
Numerous showers. Morning clouds. Mild.
39% Chance of precipitation
Sun, 20 Aug
Mostly sunny. Mild.
23 | 10 °C
Mostly sunny. Mild.
24% Chance of precipitation
Mon, 21 Aug
Mostly sunny. Mild.
25 | 10 °C
Mostly sunny. Mild.
39% Chance of precipitation
Tue, 22 Aug
More sun than clouds. Warm.
28 | 11 °C
More sun than clouds. Warm.
30% Chance of precipitation
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