Jarun -Aleja Matije Ljubeka 3 -It was built and opened in 1987 when Zagreb hosted the World Student Games. Walking paths, lakes with boating facilities, numerous restaurants and, beach cafés, comprise the many attractions which bring people to the Jarun Centre for all kinds of reasons. Among the…
Favourite recreational spot for Zagreb's people. Take a walk around the lake, and discover Zagreb's urban jungle. Also a great place to take a swim, or just enjoy a cup of coffee with a view in a calm, natural ambient.
Jarun Lake in south Zagreb is a popular getaway for residents at any time of the year, but especially in summer, when the clear waters are ideal for swimming.
South of the city center is the Jarun lake also called "Zagreb Sea". With its cycle tracks, lakes for water sports and sports grounds for team sports, Jarun lake is the largest entertainment center in Zagreb. During the summer people swim in it.
I'm personally not a big fan of Jarun - I would rather go extra day to Maksimir then to Jarun, but if you have time go see it because a lot of people like it. Especially if you here in warmer time then def go see it. Also nightlife over spring/summer is very good over there, lots of bars and clubs…
“Bundek is a lake in Zagreb. It is located north of the Zapruđe and Središće neighborhoods. Bundek was renovated during 2005 to turn into a tourism and events center of Novi Zagreb.”
“The Croatian National Theatre should be a definite stop. Surrounded by colorful tulips, this elegant, yellow building with extraordinary neo-baroque architecture and a fabulous dome is another city’s notable landmark. Many world-known names have performed on its stage so it’s an ideal chance to experience high-class ballet, drama or opera performances at affordable prices! If you managed to book last-minute tickets or you’ve already planned your visit to this spectacular building, be prepared to be amazed by its interior. Gilded columns, frescoed ceilings, marble details, and luxurious chandeliers exude elegance. Don’t forget to dress up!”
“Museum of Contemporary Art -Dubrovnik Avenue 17 -The Zagreb Museum of Contemporary Art was founded in 1954 with the aim of following, documenting, and promoting events, styles, and phenomena in contemporary art. -The collections of the museum include some twelve thousand contemporary artworks, created by Croatian and international artists between 1950 and the present day. The Museum includes the following collections: Drawings, Prints, Posters, and Works on Paper; Film and Video; Photography; Media Art; Sculpture and Painting. ”
“This one has everything you need and more, being one of the biggest in Zagreb”