Best Zagreb holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Zagreb
Pod Zidom RoomsFeaturing a restaurant, bar and views of city, Pod Zidom Rooms is set in Zagreb, a few steps from Ban Jelacic Square. Located around 100 metres from Zagreb Cathedral, the guest house with free WiFi is also 200 metres away from Dolac Market. The property is situated 2.8 km from Cvjetni Square and 3.8 km from Museum of Broken Relationships Zagreb.Book now
Art Hotel LikeSet in the Zagreb centre, Art Hotel Like offers modernly decorated rooms with complimentary coffee and tea set. The main Ban Jelacic Square is a 5-minute walk from the hotel, as well as the fresh market Dolac and the main shopping street Ilica.Book now
Apartment WellerRight in the heart of Zagreb, situated within a short distance of Archaeological Museum Zagreb and King Tomislav Square, Apartment Weller offers free WiFi, air conditioning and household amenities such as a fridge and kettle. The property features garden views and is 1.2 km from Cvjetni Square and 1.4 km from Botanical Garden Zagreb.Book now
VAYourTemporary HomeRight in the heart of Zagreb, situated within a short distance of Zagreb Cathedral and Archaeological Museum Zagreb, VAYourTemporary Home offers free WiFi, air conditioning and household amenities such as a fridge and kettle. This property offers access to a balcony.Book now
Experience Zagreb authentically
The Croatian capital is not only one of the most important trade and economic centres in Southeast Europe, but also attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors from all over Europe every year with its impressive medieval city centre. Still marked 20 years ago by the consequences of the war in Croatia, today Zagreb can boast a rich cultural offer and a constantly growing nightlife. The Croatian capital is 900 years old now, and from your holiday home in Zagreb you can visit the medieval upper town by cable car, visit the cathedral as the city’s landmark and marvel at the Croatian National Theatre, one of the city’s most magnificent buildings, where world-famous artists such as Franz Liszt, Richard Strauss and Sarah Bernhardt have performed. Book your private apartment in Zagreb now and enjoy relaxing hours at the central Ban-Jelačić-Platz, which invites you to stroll as a spacious pedestrian zone. With a private accommodation you are completely independent and still don’t have to miss out on comfort and privacy as you would with couchsurfing in Zagreb.
Enjoy Croatian culture and lifestyle: Apartments in Zagreb
The city of Zagreb developed in the Middle Ages from the two towns of Kaptol and Gradec, which today form the historical core of the upper town of Zagreb. Not far from your apartment in Zagreb some of the most important sights of the city await you here, above all the Lotrščak Tower, where a cannon shot is fired daily at twelve o’clock. The Stone Gate is the last of the original five city gates to remind you of the historic city walls, while you can visit the former seat of the Viceroy and today’s seat of government in the Banal courtyard. In the younger lower town, you can visit many of Zagreb’s museums, including the Archaeological Museum with an Egyptian mummy and other Egyptian and numismatic treasures. The Croatian capital is also known nationwide for its film festivals and the many cultural events that take place during the summer months in Bundek Park and other locations throughout the city. Use your private apartment in Zagreb to visit Lake Jarun southwest of the city centre. This popular resort not only offers windsurfers the best conditions, but is also a popular party destination with its beaches and bars.
Apartments in Zagreb and Croatian seaside resorts
Via the international airport you can reach your apartment in Zagreb directly from several German cities, including Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt and Dortmund. For your onward journey to your private accommodation in Rijeka and other seaside resorts on the Croatian coast you can use the main railway station Glavni kolodvo just a few minutes walk from Ban-Jelačić-Platz. From here there are also direct connections to Munich, Salzburg, Zurich and other European metropolises. If you have booked a holiday apartment in Split or an accommodation in Zadar, you can use the trip to the south of the country to visit the Plitvice Lakes National Park on the way. The country’s largest national park has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979 and attracts one million visitors a year from all over the world with its cascade lakes. Along the coast Apartments in Jadranovo and other seaside resorts offer you the opportunity to discover the islands of the Kvarner Bay on boat trips.
Latest reviews for places in Zagreb
The place is great, especially with children. Tomislav and his mum have a huge garden with trees that cast shade all day long. A perfect place to start the day sitting under the trees and having coffee. The tramstation is five minutes away and from there two lines take you to the centre in 10 minutes. Perfect if you wanna visit Zagreb and not stay in the busy centre of the city. Also, it is 1 km away from the beautiful Zabreb Zoo.Marc reviewed Apartment with garden near centar in Gornji Grad
Just greatVladimir reviewed Cozy room in the sole heart of city in Zagreb
Wonderful apartment with all you need for a short or long stay there.Vasya reviewed Deniro Shack - Great Feng Shui apartment in the great part of Zagreb in Gornji Grad
There is only one minus - it is situated on a main boulevard with trams and very big traffic.
Check-in and check-out is very easy.
For example, me and my husband were in Krk island and we decided to go to Zagreb. We liked the Damir's apartment and we booked it via the sait (www.9flats.com) at 10.00 o'clock and we were in Zagreb at 14.00 o'clock. The owner react immediately and although he was abroad at this moment, he sent his friend to accomodate us in the apartment.
Dear Damir and Damir, thank you for everything!
Best regards: Vasya