Popular Lettings in Zagreb
Highlights in Zagreb
- Coffee and fashion mix
- Great architecture and monuments
- Beautiful green areas
- Interesting legends and underground passages
- Huge variety of markets
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Zagreb
There are five neighbourhoods in Zagreb you can choose from your stay in this beautiful city. In Trešnjevka is a quirky where you will find rentals with lots of cafes around. This is a quiet neighbourhood a bit away from the centre. If you book a holiday rental in Jarun, you will enjoy the lake and lovely areas to practise sports and great shopping areas. Lower and Upper Town are the areas where the sights, landmarks, theatres and parks are, as well as medieval architecture. Wander around the streets and discover the markets, quaint shops and great eateries.Enjoy a fabulous rental in the heart of the city
Modern lettings in the heart of the city with well designed open plans, kitchenettes and comfortable lounges. A decoration that has been taken care of, down to the finest detail and all the amenities to make your stay a pleasant and memorable one. Enjoy the morning sun light in your balcony doors, relax on the settee and enjoy your time in the city.
Holidays in Zagreb
The area and getting around
Do not overlook the capital of Croatia when deciding where to go on holidays. Most people look for the pristine beaches and azure waters of Croatia’s best coastal and island destinations. This capital city is a gem in itself! Wander around the medieval streets and admire the lovely Austro-Hungarian architecture. Stroll around the narrow streets of the old part of town, discover its daily markets and of course, have a delicious coffee at the vibrant main square or at any cafe around the city. Coffee culture is a great tradition in Zagreb so walk up and down Tkalčićeva Street, lined with outdoor cafes.Discover an inspiring city
The city has many pedestrian areas, free of traffic and noise to enjoy pleasant walks around the shopping areas or while visiting the main landmarks. The large green areas such as Jarun recreational centre, or Maksimir Park are worth a visit. The shopping experience in Zagreb is a pleasant one and you can find wine, quality clothing, jewellery, natural cosmetics, glass and handmade textile. As we said coffee is very important here and so is the gastronomy with its Mediterranean style and some Croatian specialties such as Ispod Peke, lamb on the spit, Pašticada and the delicious Rožata for the ones craving for something sweet.
Travellers and activities
Zagreb is a city full of life, good vibes, entertainment and great history. Those who like to spend their holidays in urban areas, Zagreb will fulfill all their expectations. Besides the busy streets for coffee and shopping, the old town has lots for you to explore the antique monuments and have great views of the main landmarks from the top of Lotrščak Tower in Gradec.Zagreb for market lovers
If you like choosing your fruits and veggies and enjoy local produce, in Zagreb you have plenty of options. Do not miss Mesnica Neno, the largest market in the city. In here you can buy excellent and fresh fish, meat, greens and fruit. Some stalls sell souvenirs and you can also have a bite. Vegetarian and vegan options here are endless. Near the cathedral there is Dolac market of local produce as well as a flower market. Utrina and Dubrava are good options too. And on Sundays, Britanac is where you can buy unique and beautiful items at this antique market.
Did you know the “cravat” (or necktie) the Parisians took interest in, was created in Zagreb and because of that, the city earned its name?
Top 5 travel tips in Zagreb
You might be wondering right now what Špica is, right? Well, it is all about coffee and fashion. Sounds good, right? In the 19th century, the tradition began. For two hundred years this tradition has evolved and it takes place every Saturday morning from 10 am to 2 pm. Špica is the time when Croatians spend some time with family and friends wearing their best outfits and sipping the best coffee in town. The streets turn into a giant catwalk and Ban Josip Jelačić Main Square becomes an outdoor mecca for fashion. It all starts with a coffee!2. Visit the most famous church
The iconic church of St Mark stands out of any other church you have ever seen. On the right side of this stunning roof is displayed the emblem of Zagreb and on the left, a coat of arms of Slavonia, Dalmatia and Croatia. The colourful tiled roof has become a recognisable symbol of the city. Admire the Romanesque windows, the Gothic portals and the effigies over one of them. The church stands in the middle of St. Mark’s Square. Do not leave the city without visiting this marvel.3. Discover the mystery underneath
Under Zagreb’s Upper Town there is a mysterious network of tunnels, which are part of a maze. These tunnels used to shelter civilians during WWII attacks and bombings. Now, only one is open to the public and it has become a major attraction for tourists and also locals. Grič Tunnel also hosts temporary exhibitions and events such as the award-winning multimedia exhibition “Croatia je Hrvatska”. With many stories and legends about these tunnels, after seeing the coat of arms at St Mark’s Church you will easily recognise the entrances to the tunnels as they are marked with it.4. Marvel at the stunning cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
The cathedral is the most monumental building of Neo-Gothic style in the southeast area of the Alps. As a matter of fact, is the tallest building in the country too! The cathedral was restored after a big earthquake. Once in Kapol Square, admire the face and get inside to see the marble altars, the statues and the pulpit. It organ is one of the 10 finest ones in the world with high-quality sound features and protected as a cultural good of the country. From July to mid-September you can enjoy the Organ Festival. If you happen to be there, do not miss the chance to go.5. Stroll around Maksimir Park
The beautiful setting of this park makes your stroll a very pleasant one. Surrounded by lush green nature, with many different animal and plant species, you can walk around the oldest park in the city. As an urban park it will make you forget you are in a city. Find a quiet corner to read, lie down, cycle or just admire the beauty around you. Enjoy and breath in the fresh air in this little urban paradise.
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Zagreb
According to our 2019 data, Zagreb is the cheapest city in Croatia, with an average annual price of £85.86 per night.When can you get the best deals on holiday rentals in Zagreb?
According to our most recent historical data, the months at the lowest possible cost in Zagreb are March, October, and September, with average prices from £76.94, £77.18 and £77.3, respectively.In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday letting in Zagreb?
When it comes to looking for a holiday rental in Zagreb, the most expesnive months are, in descending order, December, January and August with average prices per night of £106.45, £103.5, and £97.58, respectively.Is Zagreb a good location for a last-minute getaway?
To get to know Zagreb, it is not necessary to be very organised in advanced. It has a high annual average availability of 56%, which allows you to be more flexible.What are the best months for a sponteneous getaway?
The months that have the highest availability, on average, are March (with an availability of 75.2%) May (73.5%), and April (71.25%), according to the trends observed in 2019.During which months are there fewer rentals available in Zagreb?
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is December (only 27.75% of properties were available on average in 2019). Followed by August (37.4%), and September (39%).How many holiday lettings are there in Zagreb?
Holidu offers around 2100 holiday rentals in Zagreb from 27 different partners, so you will find the perfect type of accommodation you are looking for. We have everything you need!