No other city glorifies culture and arts in Croatia like Zagreb. This capital city of the coastal country has a charm of its own, differentiating itself from the exotic beach towns and playful islands. Zagreb will not fail to fascinate you if you are a profound admirer of architecture, music, cinema, and other arts. This isn't a conventional summer-time seaside vacation spot like most of the places in Croatia. Instead, its vibrant representations of culture, art and history show you a unique facet of Croatia.
Zagreb is the perfect city break for people travelling to Croatia. Touted to be the centre of contemporary development, architecture, culture and sports, Zagreb has preserved its rich history along with making strides in development and progress. The amalgamation of medieval towers with open-air markets and 19th-century palaces with happening nightclubs is what imparts the city its unique charm. The straight-laced Austro-Hungarian architecture that gives the city its historical appeal blends seamlessly with the new age coffee culture. The city is said to be divided into three parts, namely, the Upper Town, Lower Town and new Zagreb. The former houses the Presidential Palace, St Mark's Church, Sabor, museum and galleries, all structures that are a repository of the rich history Zagreb has been a part of. The Lower Town is known for its restaurants, cafes, parks and theatres while new Zagreb is replete with high buildings for commercial and industrial purposes and has scant avenues of tourism and sight-seeing.
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