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Zagreb Map

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Description : Map depicts Croatia capital city's landmarks, roads, rail network, airports and important places of Zagreb. Disclaimer

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Zagreb is the capital city of Croatia. Although there exist interesting tales about the origin and meaning of the word Zagreb, the name is derived from Croatian, which means ditch/depression.

It is the largest city in Croatia and the only one metropolitan area, which occupies over one million people.
The city is the seat of central state administrative bodies and almost all government ministries. Majority of Zagreb's economy come from its various industries. It also has notable service sectors like finance, tourism and trade. The city has the status of a county within Croatia. The Mayor who is elected by the City Assembly leads the city government. Zagreb is the home for the University of Zagreb. It is officially twinned with many town and cities in Germany, Russia, Norway, Japan, Poland, Portugal, USA, China, Romania, Hungary, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia and Montenegro.

Hotels: The tourists who reach here for sight seeing can relax and enjoy the facilities offered by the hotels in Zagreb. Sheraton Zagreb, The Regent Esplanade Zagreb, The Westin Zagreb, Arcotel Allegra, Aristos, Dubrovnik, Hotel Zovko, Palace Hotel Zagreb and Astoria Best Western Premier Hotel are some of them. In addition to this, the city also offers many nightclubs and a discotheque.

Places of Attraction: Zagreb is worldly known as the city with numerous cultural and historic monuments, museums and galleries that reflect the history of the country. The historical part of the city that contains medieval urban complex of churches, palaces, museums, galleries and government buildings are popular among the tourists. Archaeological Museum that possesses over 400,000 objects, Zagreb mummy, Technical Museum that maintains the oldest preserved machine in the area, Historical Museum, Ethnographic Museum, the Croatian School Museum, the Croatian Hunting Museum, the Croatian Sports Museum, the Croatian Post and Telecommunications Museum and Mimara Museum often lure visitors. The famous flower show Floraart and Zagrebfest, the oldest Croatian pop-music festival also mesmerize the tourists.