Top 10 Attractions

Discover the Top 10 attractions in Zagreb with Irro Charter

Top 10 attractions in The Zagreb with Irro Charter

Irro Bus Charter would like to invite your group to Zagreb, the official capitol city of the Republic of Croatia. It is home to around 1.25 million people almost 25% of the country’s population. This city has rich history dating back to 1094 when fist settlement was established in the Kaptol district of today Zagreb. This city has a very interesting geographical location bordered from the north-east side by the Medvednica Mountain and from the southern part by the low valley of the River Sava.

This strategic setting offers Zagreb a great land scape with amazing views and diverse opportunities. The city location made it a central junction for the road and rail connections that link the Mediterranean region with south-east and central Europe regions. Therefore the city is now the center of government, culture, logistics, economics, and services not only for Croatia, but the whole surrounding region too.

Irro Bus Charter’s bus company has been thriving in the coach charter business for over 48 years. We offer the choice to several bus rental sizes and facilities from our fleet at our nearby bus depot. From Zagreb airport, our airport shuttle will take your group promptly to the chosen Zagreb hotel. Our tour bus with a driver can assist in exploring Zagreb highlights with convenience.

There is also the opportunity to hire a coach with a driver for several days' trip to other cities or to surrounding countries. For any itinerary, while visiting the beautiful surrounding region of Zagreb, Irro Bus Charter’s charter bus is the recommended transport to have. To find out more about the chartered bus services available, simply send your request to Irro Bus Charter’s Incoming Rental bus section via email please.

Irro Bus Charter can put forward the following top 10 spots to have on your itinerary when touring Zagreb:

Zagreb Croatia at Sunset. View from above of Ban Jelacic Square
  1. Museum of Broken Relationships

    This small but innovative and thought provoking museum is a must to visit when in Zagreb. This museum displays donations from the around the world describing the romances and relationships that went sour and dissented to anger, resentment, and sorrow. The stories and exhibits explain human emotions and behaviors with hummer and sadness that makes you think and reflect.
  2. Funicular Railway

    In 1888, the shortest funicular railway line in the world was constructed to link over the steep divide between upper and lower parts of Zagreb. When sightseeing at the distinctive, historic and charming old town of Zagreb, is best ended with a ride on the shortest historic funicular line. It carries you easily from the old town to the busy city center of Zagreb.
  3. Jelacic Square ( TRG Bana Josipa Jelacica)

    This square is the heart of the city’s heritage and social life. This is where you can see architecture from different ages, many people, and start tours or meetings right in the center of town. The place is worth visiting during day time for photos, shopping, tours, and food. Also it is worth visiting in the evening to see the beautiful light illuminations, drinks, and entertainment.
  4. Dolac Market

    In the early years of 1930s, the local city councilors set up a 2 story market area located centrally between lower and upper parts of Zagreb city. This market is called the Dolac market which is a very nice produce market on the upper level and dairy farm products on the lower level. No one can beat this place on freshness and competitive prices.
  5. Maksimir Park

    The Maksimir Park was established in 1794 for the city public as the first in the region at that time. The park is beautifully scaled in English garden style offering a real forest, manicured lawns, ponds, and walkways. The wonderful Bellevue Pavilion and the Echo Pavilion are some of the highlights to visit here. Once your group craves for some green fresh space, and out door peaceful break time, Makismir Park is the answer.
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    Croatian National Theater in Zagreb, Croatia
  7. Museum Mimara

    The Mimara museum is named after the special collection of treasures from the renowned art collector Ante Topic Mimara. The artifacts date back from 4th century till 20th century. All three floors are recommended to explore, but on the third floor the glass treasures and the picture gallery are top mark, and a privilege to see and enjoy the specials there.
  8. Croatian Nattional Theater in Zagreb

    The Croatian national Theater is nicknamed HNK (Narodono Hrvatsko kazalište) by the locals, is a very nice building, with multi nice shows all year round, so make sure to attend any show when possible. The building was established in 1895 purposely built to be the state theater by two famous Austrian architects Mr. F. Fellner and Mr. H. Helmer.
  9. Archaelogical Museum inn Zagreb

    The Archaeological Museum is situated in the heart of Zagreb city. The museum can be reached in 5 minutes by walking from the Jelačić Square mentioned above. The museum is accommodated in a former palace situated across from the wonderful Nikola Šubić Zrinski Square. You will find many exhibitions on the three floors. Temporary exhibitions are usually presented on the first floor. On the second floor you will find the Classic Exhibitions. On the third floor your will find the breathtaking Egyptian collection.
  10. Museum of Illusion

    The museum of Illusion is a special institution offering great adventures for the human senses to visitors. You will find there more than 70 intriguing displays, holograms, mysteries and informative games that give interesting conceptual exercises.
  11. Museum of Contemporary Art

    The local architect Igor Franić designed building of Zagreb’s Museum of Contemporary Art, is a wonderful institution. Here you can find artists from Croatia and international identities presenting great contemporary art works. The complex is very busy with numerous cultural events covering films, theater plays, music shows and performing arts through out the year.

We hope these suggestions can make your tour plans to Zagreb exciting. Exploring Zagreb will open your eyes and senses for new and interesting experiences in a little discovered part of the world. There are so many spots regarding heritage, arts, gastronomy, cultural, learning, and outside adventures to enjoy in Zagreb.

Irro Bus Charter offers tour bus support at every stage on the journey. Irro Bus Charter’s Bus Company places its more than 48 years’ experience in the coach hire industry to travelers, making sure your group can make the best out of their planned trip. Bus Rental welcomes your request for any coach service needed for your upcoming trip whether it is airport shuttle transfers, tour bus service for the day, or multi-day voyage by Chartered bus.

Tour Bus company’s modern buses come with many different sizes that can offer best suited size for your group’s travel needs. Irro Bus Charter has professional drivers, and with understanding reservations team. Irro Bus Charter is ready to take your travel plans bus request to offer best quote for your next Zagreb journey.

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Sanita Tiltina

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