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The Best Time to Visit
In order to take advantage of the best Croatian weather, plan your flights to Zagreb for the late spring or early summer. At this time, you’ll experience beautiful temperatures of about 22°C during the day. Booking your return flights to Zagreb for April, May, or June will also allow you to miss the busy summer high season. If you do visit during the summer, make sure to book your flights to Zagreb and your hotel early for the best rates. Autumn is another great time to book airfare to Zagreb, as the city experiences plenty of sunshine and daytime temperatures of about 16°C. Winter gets chilly in Zagreb and can experience snow, so if you’ll be visiting then, be sure to pack some warm clothes. However, if you are on a budget, winter offers a great opportunity to find cheap flights to Zagreb.
Top Experiences for Visitors
Zagreb City Museum
If you don’t know much about the history and culture of Zagreb, head to the City Museum after arriving on your cheap flights to Zagreb. The museum features exhibits that showcase life in Zagreb from the prehistoric era until today. Artefacts in the museum include pottery, paintings, photographs, clothing, and sculptures.
Zagreb Cathedral is one of the most famous sites to visit when you have flights to Zagreb. It is also known for being the tallest building in Croatia. Construction on the cathedral began in the late 11th century and was completed in 1217. Over the centuries, Zagreb Cathedral has had to be reconstructed several times: It was first destroyed in 1242 after Mongols invaded the area, and in 1880, it suffered severe damage after an earthquake. Today, visitors with flights to Zagreb can see the reconstructed cathedral that looks as it was originally built. The main features of the Zagreb Cathedral are its tall spires, which can be seen from many points around the city.
Zagreb’s Old Town is divided into two sections: Kaptol and Gradec. For many years, these neighbouring areas had a strained relationship and operated separately. Kaptol was the religious hub of the city. It is where you’ll find Zagreb Cathedral, and it’s where the city’s diocese was founded in 1094. Gradec was once home to Zagreb’s traders and artisans. It has a medieval flair with narrow cobblestone streets and Gothic architecture. Get a full picture of the city’s Old Town by visiting both Kaptol and Gradec when you have return flights to Zagreb.
This popular pedestrian street is located within the heart of the city centre. Tkalciceva Street stretches between Jelacic Square and Kaptol Centre. The road is lined with a variety of restaurants, bars, and cafes to enjoy after arriving on your flights to Zagreb.
Croatia has a great transport network, making it easy to take a day trip out of the city. Karlovac is a charming town that can be reached in less than an hour from Zagreb by bus. Karlovac has a scenic Old Town and is known as the ‘City on Four Rivers’ due to its location on four tributaries of the Danube River. Visitors with flights to Zagreb can head to Karlovac for fascinating history as well as a famous craft beer scene.
Dolac Market in the heart of the city is the place to go for local souvenirs and goods. A variety of different vendors have stalls set up at the market where visitors with cheap flights to Zagreb can purchase fresh produce, clothing, souvenirs, and art.
Public Transport and How to Get Around
Once arriving on your return flights to Zagreb, you’ll have no trouble getting around on public transport. Zagreb’s transport network consists of trams, buses, trains and a funicular. Trams are the most popular way to get around, with 15 different routes travelling through the city. Tickets to Zagreb trams can be purchased from news kiosks and need to be validated once you board the tram. Zagreb has an extensive bus network and offers two different tourist bus routes. The red route visits stops throughout the city centre, and the green route travels to tourist destinations located a bit further afield. The city’s funicular railway is another popular mode of transportation for tourists with cheap flights to Zagreb. It makes the quick journey between Zagreb’s Upper Town and Lower Town.
After your flights to Zagreb arrive into Zagreb Airport (ZAG), the most affordable transport option into the city is on the Croatia Airlines bus. It arrives to the main bus station in central Zagreb in about 35 minutes for a fare of 30 kunas ($6.50 AUD). Taxis are also available from Zagreb Airport (ZAG) and will get you into the city centre for about 200 kunas ($43.20 AUD).