It's a popular tourist destination in Croatia, and Zagreb is a must-see city. Because of its rich history and varied culture, Zagreb is a must-see while visiting Croatia. Visitors love it for a variety of reasons, including the cheap prices, excellent cafés, and what many consider to be Europe's best Christmas market.
Discover some of the city's best-kept secrets before you arrive with our list of must-see attractions, events, and spots. For day excursions in English, Excurzilla.com in Zagreb offers expert guides or private guides that can help you plan an excursion to suit your needs.
The INmusic Festival at Jarun Lake
The deadline has been set for June 30th.
The IN music festival, which takes place in June for three days in Zagreb, hosts the best musicians from across the globe. The city attracts a large number of people in their 20s and 30s from all over the world.
International heavyweights including Florence + The Machine, Arctic Monkeys, Nick Cave and Kings of Leon have performed at INmusic in the past, in addition to Rudimental and The Black Keys and Arcade Fire. The festival's entrance fee is quite cheap when compared to similar events throughout Europe.
If you want the "whole" INmusic experience, you may camp on Trenjevka or Univerzijada. This resort offers visitors a variety of services like free Wi-Fi, baths, and guided tours to the UNESCO-listed Plitvice Lake National Park.
Every day of the year, you may see Cinema Europa Varavska 3.
Kino, a classic film from the golden era of cinema "Despite being designated as a cultural historic site, Europa is still in use as a theater and a bar. The fact that Kino Europa is a favorite hangout for young urbanites, mostly hipsters, should come as no surprise. It's just next to the flower-filled Cvjetni trg, which puts it in the heart of the action (or Flower Square).
The festival's film program is unique in that it showcases films from all around the world. Croatian film events such as the Zagreb Film Festival and the Subversive Festival, both of which take place every year at the cinema, have also been hosted there.
If you expect to see the Avengers, don't show up expecting to see them. Only go if you're searching for hard-to-find independent flicks. As a participant, you contribute to support the documentary film industry by exposing yourself to real-life stories from across the world. Tuesdays are referred to as „Subtitled Tuesdays "The films on display come from all over the world, and they are entirely subtitled.
Make sure to swing by on Tuesday if you happen to be in Zagreb. It's important to glance about the room and take in the magnificent architecture, even if you didn't like the film.
All year round, the Nikola Tesla Technical Museum can be found at Savska 18.
You may have heard of Croatian-born physicist Nikola Tesla, who became a household name after moving to the United States in the early 1900s. As might be anticipated, the Zagreb Technological Museum owes its existence entirely to him.
Exhibits are organized into areas like energy transformation and geology and mining to make it easier to find what you're looking for. If you're curious in something else, browse areas like aeronautics.
Visitors may learn more about Nikola Tesla's inventions and personal life in a museum cabinet dedicated to his work.
Whether you're into science and technology or just want to have a good time, this is a great chance to learn something new. You may reach there via tram, bus, or even on foot (15 min walk from the Zagreb main square).
the TORTUREUM, which may be found at Radieva 14
There is no such thing as an unwelcome day here.
Visitors to Tortureum should be prepared for a frightening encounter, despite how bizarre it may appear. Not even the creepy multimedia instructions and around 70 torture devices on display can prepare you for what's in store. A couple more surprises are in store for you, but they'll remain a mystery for the time being. The guillotine and the scold's bride, which were intended to punish chattering women, are among the earliest torture devices on display.
The museum may easily be reached from the city's main square through Radieva street. The museum admission tickets are reasonably priced at about 4-5 euros.
The Snow Queen Award and Sljeme Skiing
The ski season, which lasts from December to April, offers a wide range of activities.
The Snow Queen Trophy will be presented in January.
Sljeme, the highest peak in Medvednica, can be found not far from Zagreb. The highest mountain above Zagreb is a fantastic skiing destination in the winter. Taking public transit from the city center will take 20-30 minutes, allowing you plenty of time to rest and enjoy the surroundings.
The Snow Queen Trophy is up for grabs each year. The Snow Queen and Snow King, respectively, are proclaimed as the winners. Skiers flock to this resort because of its unique location (just above the Croatian city of Zagreb) and beautiful surroundings.
Ski racing great Janica Kostelic may be seen on the slopes. Zagreb is where she was born.