Cesky Krumlov to Zagreb

Zagreb, Croatia’s largest city, is a popular city-break destination spot. It has historical and cultural heritage rooted in Central European culture and mixed with Mediterranean and Balkan tradition.

From Cesky KrumlovJewel of South Bohemia

Miraculously escaping the destructive tides of war for over seven centuries the town's architectural heritage, a harmonious melange of building styles dominated by the Renaissance, has remained beguilingly intact. The facades of painted houses, traditional artisan shops, taverns and restaurants simply reeking of centuries past form a delightful labyrinth in which you can lose yourself completely. There's gem after gem to be found in this orange-roofed jewel-box of a town and everyone will have their favourite. Perhaps the baroque theatre in the Castle grounds, one of the best preserved in central Europe. Český Krumlov is no static museum piece pickled in amber however, it vibrates with life all year round, with a diverse program of cultural events and festivals celebrating everything from St Wenceslaus to Wine.

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To Zagreb A city with a million hearts

Zagreb is Croatia’s capital and largest city. It’s the only city in the country with a population of over one million people. Despite its size, Zagreb has managed to hold on to its old town charisma and welcoming hospitality. The city is located on the slopes of the Medvednica Mountains along the Sava River and is divided into three parts: upper town, lower town, and the post WWII area of Novi Zagreb (New Zagreb). It’s also the cultural, economic, and governmental hub of Croatia and is home to the parliament, government, and president. Zagreb has numerous historical monuments and medieval architecture. There are many cafes, museums, galleries, theaters (over twenty), and charming markets to explore throughout the city. It has also been called the “city of museums”, with more museums per square foot than any other city in the world.

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