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Nome ufficiale: Republika Hrvatska (Repubblica di Croazia)


Capitale: Zagabria


Forma di governo: democrazia parlamentare


Valuta: Kuna Croata (HRK)


Area: 55.960 km²


Popolazioni: 4,2 milioni


Altre città: Dubrovnik, Spalato, Istria, Pola e Zara.

Ancient cities, evergreen forests, sparkling lakes, long stretches of sweeping beaches, rocky coves,  quaint villages, enchanting castles and unspoilt nature are some of Croatia's top attractions. 


Zagreb, the vibrant capital city of Croatia,  is home to some of the country's  best museums, galleries, markets, restaurants, and shopping. 

The city is divided into two main sections: Upper Town (Gornji Grad) and Lower Town (Donji Grad). The Upper Town is the oldest part of the city, dating back to the 11th century while the Lower Town is a modern area.

The Upper Town and the Lower Town is connected by funicular, which is one of the shortest public transport  funiculars in the world, covering a distance of 66 meters and the ride takes 64 seconds.

Jelacica Square

Jelacica Square, the city's main square where the Upper and Lower Towns meet. The Square is flanked by lovely buildings dated back to the 19th century and feature different architectural styles, from post-modernism, to Art Nouveau. The Square is named after Ban Josip Jelačić (1801-1859), a military general and politician who became Ban of Croatia in 1848. You’ll find his monument standing proudly in the middle of the square. Here, you will also find the colorful Tkalciceva Street, filled with sidewalk cafes and restaurants, as well as boutique shops.

The Upper Town

The splendid cobblestone streets, captivating historical buildings, the Upper Town is truly charming part of Zagreb.  The remains of town walls and towers that surrounded the Upper Town in the medieval times are still well preserved. It is home to important governmental buildings including the Parliament House and the Constitutional Court of Croatia and some of Zagreb’s top attractions.  

The Lotrscak Tower

A fortified tower located in the Upper town, built in the 13th century to guard the southern gate of the Gradec town wall.

Every day, for over hundred and ten years, the cannon fires from the top of tower Lotrščak exactly at noon to give the sign for the bell-ringers of the city's churches.


Stone gate (Kamenita vrata)

The Stone Gate is the last remaining  medieval gate in the city and it is the main entry into the Upper Town. In 1731 a fire destroyed much of the Upper Town, burning all the houses to the ground. At that time the Gates displayed a painting of the Mother of God, which was miraculously undamaged by that fire. To commemorate the event, grateful citizens built a chapel within the arch of the old Stone Gate.

St. Mark’s Church 

One of the oldest Gothic buildings in the city dating from the 13th century, St. Mark’s Church is Zagreb’s iconic building due to its brightly colored tiled roof.  On the roof, you will see the medieval coat of arms of Croatia, Dalmatia and Slavonia on the left side, and the emblem of Zagreb on the right. 

Museum of Broken relationship

Devoted to break-ups. You will  fascinating collections of donated personal objects and artifacts from old lovers and partners around the world, accompanied by details of the failed relationship. It received Europe's most innovative museum award in 2011.

Cathedral of Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

The Cathedral is the most famous and tallest building in Zagreb. It is typically Gothic style, of great architectural value. Being the tallest building in the city, Its twin spires can be seen from many locations in the city.

Dolac Market

Located just behind the main square, this open-air market is a great place to soak in local life. There are dazzling array of different stalls selling fresh fruit vegetables, meats, dairy products, local handicrafts and artisanal products. It is a very handy place to pick up some souvenirs. The stairway that leads off the marketplace will bring you to Optovina, the city’s main flower market.


Lower Town

The Lower Town is devoted to business, art and spacious parks. The elegant Viennese influences, is visible in the the Lower Town. The streets are mostly wide where most of the city’s museums are interlaced with parks, cafes and classy shops. The main shopping street, Ilica, the National Theatre, the Mimara museum, Roosevelt square , King Tomislav Square and Art Pavillion are located in the Lower Town.

Nella regione centrale della Croazia, il Parco nazionale dei laghi di Plitvice, situato in profonde colline boscose boscose, circonda 16 laghi blu smeraldo, che sono collegati da una successione di fragorose cascate. Gli è stato riconosciuto lo status di patrimonio mondiale dell'UNESCO nel 1979.

Lungo la costa adriatica, antiche città portuali sono piene di edifici in pietra di epoca veneziana, costellate da innumerevoli magnifiche spiagge di ciottoli, che offrono sporto come immersioni subacquee, sci nautico, windsurf o possono semplicemente farti rilassare e godere il sole. Le principali città della costa croata sono Pula, Rijeka, Zadar, Sibenik, Split e Dubrovnik.


Hum located deep in the hinterland of the Istrian peninsula , is known as the smallest town in the world, which is why it is one of the most attractive Istrian excursionist destinations.