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Save Time & Money in the Croatian Capital with Zagreb Card

Zagreb (photo credit: Marko Vrdoljak)

A new card has been launched which can help you can save both precious time and money in the Croatian capital.

Zagreb Card is a card which enables holders to benefit from substantial discounts at over 70 locations in the Croatian capital, such as numerous city museums, restaurants, shops, and various services.

By purchasing Zagreb Card, users are also entitled to ride city public transport and the Funicular, a must-see city attraction, free of charge.


With Zagreb Card you are also entitled to free entry to four prestigious city museums, the “Zagreb Eye” observation deck, and the Zoo.


How to use Zagreb Card

When you want to start using your ZAGREB CARD, write the date and time from which you want to start using it and sign the card.


The card is valid for 72 or 24 hours from the date and time you have written. It is used by one person to recive a discount and it is not transferable to another person.

For more information and how to get hold of your own Zagreb Card visit the official website here.

You can also find Zagreb Card on Facebook here.

(photos by: Marko Vrdoljak)

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