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Zagreb the capital of the Republic of Croatia 
is the city with a rich collection of cultural heritage, deeply rooted in the European, particularly Central European, culture. The proof of it lies in the historic core of the city, the Upper Town and Kaptol, a unique ancient town core by European standards, coinciding with the more recent parts and the modern buildings of Zagreb.

Zagreb has a thousand faces and each one is professional yet relaxed, modern, but with a dash of a thousand years of longevity, cultural and economic, urban and adventurous… in short, the city you just have to get to know better.

It is situated between the southern slopes of the Medvednica mountain and both northern and southern bank of the Sava river approximately 122 m above sea level.

The transport connections, concentration of industry, scientific and research institutions and industrial tradition underlie its leading economic position in Croatia. Zagreb is the seat of the central government, administrative bodies and almost all government ministries.

One of the biggest Zagreb's advantages is that the most cultural and historical attractions, theatres, museums and galleries are centrally located, all within a 15 minute walking distance from each other.

In addition, Zagreb and their surroundings with its exceptionally preserved nature lure numerous visitors to explore the mysteries of the region: the castles, romantic legends, vineyards, spas, local gastronomic delicacies and traditionally hospitable hosts.

By only one and a half hour relaxed drive you can enjoy nice beaches on the beautiful Mediterranean coast.

Welcome to Zagreb! And feel like at home!

Travelling to Zagreb
Zagreb Pleso Airport is located about 20 kms from the course venue and hotel Rebro and 17 kms from the city center. Zagreb has a direct flight connection to the main European airports (Amsterdam, Brussels, Budapest, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Istanbul, London, Moscow, Munich, Paris and Vienna).

Transfer from the airport to the city centre
By taxi: some of the taxi companies working at the airport are Cameo, Radio Taxi Zagreb and Eco. A trip from the airport to the course venue/hotel Rebro should be around 120-150 HRK (cca. 20 EUR) as measured by the taximeter. For your return trip, you may simply order a taxi at your hotel reception.

By bus: Croatia Airlines is operating a bus service to the central bus station every half an hour. The price is 30 HRK (cca. 4,5 EUR). www.croatiaairlines.com/travel-info/at-the-airport/airport-transport

Zagreb is served by a train connection from the surrounding countries on a daily basis with departure cities such as Venice (7 hours), Ljubljana (2 hours), Vienna (6 hours), Budapest (6 hours) and Belgrade (7 hours).

Free time 
Zagreb's key attractions are within a walking distance from your hotel. Some of the main attractions are St. Mark’s Church (Crkva svetog Marka), the Cathedral (katedrala), the historical Dolac market (Plac Dolac), the Stone Gate (Kamena vrata), the Central square – Ban Josip Jelačić Square (Trg Bana Josipa Jelačića), and many of Zagreb's green parks and fountains, avenues of trees and flowers. From the series of parks in the centre you will go down by the railway station up to Mažuranić and Tito Square where the National Theatre stands.
There is an optional ride with the furnicular up to the old town. The price is 4 HRK one way (approx. 0,5 €).

Places in Zagreb you might want to visit in spare time:
• Museum of Broken Relationships – gained its popularity worldwide and now settled in the upper town in Zagreb.
• Museum of Zagreb – if you are interested in the history of Zagreb we suggest you visit the permanent display.
• Archeological Museum
• Ethnographic Museum
• You can find a list of museums and galeries on the Tourist Bureau website

Useful expression in Croatian





Good morning

Dobro jutro

Good day

Dobar dan

Good evening

Dobra večer

Good night

Laku noć







Thank you


You’re welcome

Nema na čemu

Excuse me


My name is…

Zovem se…

What is your name?

Vaše ime?

Pleased to meet you.

Drago mi je.

Do you speak English?

Govorite li engleski?

I do not speak Croatian.

Ne govorim hrvatski.

I understand./I do not understand.

Razumijem. / Ne razumijem.

Where is the…?

Gdje je…?





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exchange rate


post office


tourist office

turistički ured