Cheap Hotels in Zagreb
Located in the heart of Zagreb and furnished in a bright, Mediterranean style, Rooms & Apartments Henrik offers air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi. The property is close to the Main Train Station and various theatres, museums and clubs. A variety of dining options, shops and bars can be found all around the property. Ban Jelačić Square is located at a distance of 850 metres from the property, while the Zagreb Cathedral can be visited within 1 km.
Hello and welcome to Canopy by Hilton Zagreb - City Centre, right in the heart of Croatia's capital. You'll find shops, restaurants, culture and nightlife in every direction – grab a Canopy Bike and follow the brown tourism signs throughout downtown toward the Croatian National Theatre, historic Upper Town, museums and the stunning Zagreb Cathedral. We'll introduce you to the neighborhood with a local keepsake at check-in.At Canopy, we've got you covered. Accommodations are filled with local textiles and artwork and the signature canopy is inspired by Croatia's national emblem. Settle into a Just-Right Room with free WiFi, a 49-inch TV, refrigerator, Nespresso® machine, and bed designed exclusively for Canopy. Suites offer more space and privacy plus comfy extras like robes and Canopy Socks. There's a filtered spring water station on several floors so you can refuel and feel better going forward.Start the day with an inclusive artisanal breakfast in Canopy Central or have a Canopy Break Fast Bag delivered to your door. Our café is abuzz all day with Zagreb-roasted coffees and choices like quiche, salads, pastries and small plates. Join us at the bar any evening to sample our favorite local wines, beers or spirits, on the house. Whether you're gathering in one of our meeting rooms or hosting a party on our garden terrace, our doors are always open for bringing people together.
Hotels in Zagreb
A city with an intriguing Austro-Hungarian legacy, and an enviable gastronomical scene, Zagreb's historic centre, comprising pleasantly painted buildings with elaborate façades, is certainly appealing. The Croatian capital has become increasingly popular with international visitors in recent years, and is home to numerous nationally and internationally renowned exhibition venues.
The Art Pavilion
This superb exhibition venue was completed in the 1890s, with many of its aesthetic ideas coming from the esteemed painter Vlaho Bukovac. The art gallery was chiefly designed to host major exhibitions, and contains many famous artworks from other distinguished figures in the world of art, from Andy Warhol to Santiago Sierra.
The Croatian Museum of Naïve Art
If you're a lover of fine art, don't forget to spend some time in the Croatian Museum of Naïve Art, where you can admire many hundreds of renowned artworks and sculptures from Croatia's most celebrated artists. The venue, which celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2002, focuses on primitive art, and is housed in a charming 18th-century palace.
Ban Jela?i? Square
One of the main meeting spaces of Zagreb, Ban Jela?i? Square is more than 300 years old, although many of the buildings surrounding it date back to the 19th century. The square contains many elegant cafés and boutiques, and features the imposing statute of Josip Jela?i?, an influential army general in the European Revolutions of 1848.
The Museum of Broken Relationships
This unique exhibition venue, which opened to visitors in 2010, is like no other on earth; it is a place where you can learn about the history of broken hearts and failed romantic relationships. Here, you can observe items that have been left behind from former lovers, in a venue that was founded by a former couple: Dražen Grubiši? and Olinka Vištica, who opened the venue seven years after their relationship ended.
The Mimara Museum
Another venue that will appeal to art lovers, the Mimara Museum has thousands of fascinating art works from many eminent artists from all over the world. The venue is housed in a magnificent 19th-century landmark, and contains artefacts from the 20th century all the way back to the prehistoric era.
Suggestions on where to eat out in Zagreb
If you're eager to try some delicious Croatian cuisine, you can dine at the Vagabund restaurant, Kulinarijat, La Struk, or Trilogija, or visit the Agava restaurant for other delecSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION European dishes. Le Bistro Esplanade restaurant, meanwhile, offers more tantalising local and French-inspired food, while the OXBO Urban Bar & Grill specialises in mouthwatering local and American-themed cuisine.
Recommendations on where to stay in the city
Popular, value-for-money Zagreb hotels you can consider include the well-presented Palace Hotel, the stylish Hotel Dubrovnik, the beautifully presented Hotel Jagerhorn, and the chic Sheraton Zagreb Hotel. Other great choices include the luxurious, opulent Esplanade Zagreb Hotel and the contemporary and immaculate DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Zagreb.
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