Zagreb, the city of a million hearts
The city of Zagreb, located at the geographical, cultural, historical and political intersection of Eastern and Western Europe, the capital of Croatia, combines the continental and Mediterranean spirit into a distinctive whole. Zagreb is the cultural, scientific, economic, political and administrative center of the Republic of Croatia with the seat of the Parliament, the President and the Government. The favorable geographical position between the Pannonian Plain, the edge of the Alps and the Dinarides enabled the spontaneous emergence of a place of free communication.
The town on the north side is protected from the cold north winds by the Medvednica mountain, and the vast plain and the Sava river open it to other parts of the world. A quarter of the total population of Croatia lives in Zagreb, which is almost a million in numbers. Citizens have come from different parts of Europe for centuries, and in recent history from all parts of Croatia, and their contribution has enriched the culture of the city.
Zagreb is a safe metropolis with open doors, turbulent history and interesting personalities, who cordially invite you to meet and meet expectations. In this city, interesting acquaintances, new friendships and unforgettable adventures are easily made. Historical sequences are read like a picture book on preserved facades, and the streets and squares exude the coexistence of different mentalities that create the recognizable Zagreb identity of a relaxed metropolis. The advice is to indulge in the atmosphere of the city, of which only the women of Zagreb are more beautiful, many claim.