After successfully issuing 49 thematic maps in the last 4 years, Hello Zagreb is working on a new map of the city of Zagreb that would cover the overall offer of the city – the jubilee 50th map – Hello Zagreb 7th edition.
Hello Zagreb 7th edition is a free informative guide for foreign and domestic guests with a rich offer of restaurants, bars, shops and souvenir shops, pastry shops, museums, transport service providers, currency exchange offices and all other places that tourists definitely need to visit in Zagreb.
“Our latest project was a map of Zagreb in the Korean language to help our Korean tourists get around in the city. It is a unique map intended for a growing number of guests from South Korea in Zagreb. We also believe that with the introduction of direct flight Seoul/Incheon – Zagreb, this project is more than justified. The map on one side has a city map with service information, and on the other, it provides cultural and historical information with a multitude of contemporary tourist attractions,” Hello Zagreb says.
Other maps that can currently be found in Zagreb are Sweet spots in the city, Pulse of Zagreb and Hello Zagreb 6th edition. All Hello Zagreb maps are distributed in hotels, hostels, tourist offices, at the most frequent tourist spots and events, cultural institutions and all the prominent locations of the city of Zagreb and are completely free for the tourists.
Furthermore, Hello Zagreb Advent map is being prepared, which will be up and running from mid-November to mid-January 2019 and will include the current venues of Advent as well as other places that visitors should visit during their stay in Zagreb.
All informations found at Hello Zagreb maps can also be found at Hello Zagreb mobile app which ensures you’ll always have all necessary informations about the city right there in your pocket.
Hello Zagreb is always full of new, fresh ideas and tips&tricks to share with you. So go find your map and enjoy your stay in Zagreb!
Hello Zagreb is produced by Zagreb company Darrer.
“It all started after many requests and questions from foreign friends about what to do, see and experience in Zagreb, we noticed that the offer of Zagreb is very limited. You could find general maps of the city, but there was no real information from the locals about the best spots in the city. That is how the idea was born, and since, we’re trying to make every map special with desing and informations inside. Hello Zagreb is also part of the USE-It community providing maps for young backpackers.”
More details on the website here.