24 hours in ZAGREB

You know like in all my “24 hours in….”-posts I’ve written that there is so much more to see and one day is not enough? Well, when it comes to Zagreb, I don’t.

Since if you’re not there for a conference, convention, or exhibition, a day is enough to cover the attractions, do some shopping, and have a meal of Zagorski Štrukli, dough – baked or boiled, sweet or salty – or Ćevapi, a type of traditional kebab.

Street leading to St. Mark's church in Zagreb, landmark to be visited during 24 hours in Zagreb
Zagreb’s iconic St. Mark’s church

So in this case,  the post is an itinerary for a layover or a shortstop on a road-trip way south e. g. to the Adriatic coast – as well as a complete guide for a city break.

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Guide to ZAGREB, Croatia’s Capital Off the Tourist Trails

This is a guide to Zagreb, Croatia’s Capital which also geographically lies a bit off the tourist trails.

Zagreb's most iconic landmark, the Saint Mark's Church at the Upper Town.
Zagreb’s most iconic landmark, the Saint Mark’s Church at the Upper Town.

However, a visit to Zagreb will nicely complete your trip to Croatia since you’ll get to know a place that differs from the treasure boxes along the Adriatic sea.

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