Zagreb is all around Zagreb city

Summer in Zagreb!? Or autumn, winter, or spring? Everybody loves Zagreb. Zagreb is a lovable city, the city with the heart. Whenever we speak about Zagreb, it’s always the city center.

Jarun Lake, Zagreb, Croatia, photo by J. Duval, photo credit by TB of Zagreb
Jarun Lake, Zagreb, Croatia, photo by J. Duval, photo credit by TB of Zagreb

But, you might not know that all around Zagreb city is Zagreb’s lovely area.
That’s how started the love of all times 🙂
Zagreb is part of its beautiful surroundings and vice versa. Medvednica is Zagreb, and Zagreb is lying on its slopes. Zagreb is in Novi Zagreb, in Maksimir, at Jarun Lake, in Samobor, as well.

Medvedgrad, Medvednica nature park, Croatia, photo by J. Duvall, photo credit by TB of Zagreb
Medvedgrad, Medvednica nature park, Croatia, photo by J. Duvall, photo credit by TB of Zagreb

Zagreb is all around Zagreb city

This is all about the great and unique campaign; Near the city, close to the heart/Around Zagreb.
If someone teaches you what to do in Zagreb or around, it’s fantastic to stay in Zagreb or the Zagreb area every season.
And someone is doing it!
The Zagreb Tourist Board and the Zagreb County Tourist Board are once again cooperating to promote Zagreb and its surroundings through a unique destination campaign – “Near the city, close to the heart” / “Around Zagreb”.
The entire offer is consolidated on the website www.aroundzagreb.hr , and the information is, for now, available in Croatian, English, German, and Slovenian.

The main train station in Zagreb, Croatia, photo by J. Duval, photo credit by TB of Zagreb
The main train station in Zagreb, Croatia, photo by J. Duval, photo credit by TB of Zagreb

The Staycation in Zagreb is Staylicious

This year’s edition of the campaign brings novelties, presented in more detail by the director of TZGZ, Ms. Martina Bienenfeld: Thus, with a refreshed visual and itineraries, we created a new section, “Did you know,” to point out interesting things from our environment. In addition, there are video recipes of the indigenous cuisine of Zagreb and the surrounding area made by our famous Croatian chef, Mr. Almo Čatlak. He tried to bring local gastronomic delicacies closer and present it to a broader audience, emphasizing the traditional with a slightly modern approach. We are now launching the campaign on Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, and Germany. We will soon expand it through cooperation with Krapina-Zagorje County. I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone involved in its implementation. ”

Mirogoj cemetery, Zagreb, photo by J. Duval, photo credit by TB of Zagreb
Mirogoj cemetery, Zagreb, photo by J. Duval, photo credit by TB of Zagreb

Near the city, close to the heart/Around Zagreb

The cooperation of our two tourist boards resulted in the specific tourist products that our guests can enjoy and brings very concrete results to all stakeholders. It’s a perfect combination of urban and rural, health and cultural tourism, rich outdoor content, and authentic eno-gastro offer to make this destination even more attractive. We extended guests’ stay in both destinations.” the director of TZZŽ, Ms. Ivana Alilović, says on this occasion: “.

Riverside Golf Zagreb,Croatia, photo by J. Duval, photo credit by TB of Zagreb
Riverside Golf Zagreb,Croatia, photo by J. Duval, photo credit by TB of Zagreb

www.aroundzagreb.hr

“Close to the city, close to the heart” is a year-round platform to promote the rich offer of the capital and its surroundings.
It addresses emitting markets, promoting outdoor, greenery, and nature, focusing on health and sustainability, and raising awareness of Zagreb and its surroundings as a desirable environment and tourist destination.

Tuškanac - Zagreb, Croatia, photo by J. Duvall, photo credit by TB of Zagreb
Tuškanac – Zagreb, Croatia, photo by J. Duvall, photo credit by TB of Zagreb

Now – you know – it’s all around Zagreb…
It is – trust us!
Whether you’re a nature lover, it’s here, all around. If you’re a foodie – chose the Zagreb area for your perfect staycation place. If you enjoy cultural and historical subjects…there is no place like Zagreb for your preferences.

Mimara, Zagreb, Croatia, photo by J. Duvall, photo credit by TB of Zagreb
Mimara, Zagreb, Croatia, photo by J. Duvall, photo credit by TB of Zagreb

Everything is close to Zagreb, and Zagreb is close to everything.

To be remembered; Zagreb is only two hours drive from the nearest seaside, even less to the capital of Slovenia – Ljubljana. Four hours drive from Vienna, Budapest, and Venezia. Plitvice Lakes are half an hour driving from Zagreb. Don’t forget many thermal springs (at least 5) around Zagreb, beautiful medieval castles, great wine tours, the most significant neandertal museum in Europe, and much more…
Zagreb is just a minutes away from Samobor, Velika Gorica, Zaprešić or Karlovac.

Everything is close to Zagreb, and Zagreb is close to everything.

Lotrščak Tower, Upper town Zagreb, Croatia, photo by M. Mihaljević, photo credit by TB of Zagreb
Lotrščak Tower, Upper town Zagreb, Croatia, photo by M. Mihaljević, photo credit by TB of Zagreb

Maksimir park, Zagreb, Croatia, photo by J. Duval, photo credit by TB of Zagreb
Maksimir Park, Zagreb, Croatia, photo by J. Duval, photo credit by TB of Zagreb

Krapina Neanderthal Museum, photo by Damir Fabijanic
Krapina Neanderthal Museum, photo by Damir Fabijanic

Samobor,. Croatia, Boytronic photography
Samobor,. Croatia, Boytronic photography

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