Croatia's bustling capital city, Zagreb is a real hotspot for Croatian culture and history, incorporating the influences of neighboring central European countries. With beautiful architecture, picturesque parks and an eclectic collection of museums and art galleries, Zagreb is a far cry from coastal Croatia, boasting a unique charm of its own.
Dating back to the 11th century, Zagreb has been Croatia's cultural hub since the Middle Ages and has seen a varied history under Austro-Hungarian and Yugoslavian rule. The charming old town perfectly combines medieval architecture with the grand, pastel-colored Austro-Hungarian structures of the 19th century. Spend days weaving through the city's winding streets, soaking up the culture in Zagreb's often quirky museums, or exploring the picturesque surrounding countryside.
Located in Zagreb's historic center and dating back to 1925, Esplanade Zagreb is an icon of the city's past. With original features and Art Deco touches in the rooms, Esplanade Zagreb offers a sense of old world glamour at the heart of the city.
Exceptional Croatia, Slovenia & Italy
Zagreb, Ljubljana, Venice & Lake Garda
Home to incredible Alpine scenery and a wealth of natural treasures, Slovenia is perfectly combined with Zagreb and northern Italy to offer outdoor lovers an action-packed adventure. Explore snow-capped mountains and crystal-clear lakes as you travel between these beautiful regions.