October 2008  

Dear Friends and Business Partners!
From year to year the growing intensity of business and tourism has had an impact on city life, certainly on the steady enrichment of its offer. Along with the increase in hotel capacity – the large facilities are joined by an increasing number of family hotels and hostels – there are many cultural events which include known Croatian and foreign artists, interesting exhibitions, lectures, etc.
Music Scene
Alicia Keys in Zagreb
As part of the second leg of her European tour, Alicia Keys, the leading young soul and R&B singer, will perform at a concert in Zagreb in which she will promote the songs from her latest album “As I Am”.
Zagreb Has the Most Museums
On the list of 10 cities around the world that hostelworld.com recommends to young tourist as must-see destinations, Zagreb is ranked 8th and the description says that it is the city with the most museums in the entire world.
our pick
: Largest Health Gathering - International Healthy Cities Conference
: Events - Sounds of Jazz in Zagreb
: Youth Salon - The Biggest Exhibition of Young Artists
: Zagreb Puppet Theater – Travno Stage - Story About a Homeless Man and His Dog
: Zagreb's Surroundings - Wine Offer Crowned with World Gold
: Samobor - Tidiest Town in Zagreb County
: Tvornica Culture /Culture Factory/ - Popular Club Marks 10th Anniversary
: Zagreb Fair - 5th Exhibition of Croatian Design
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e-mail: info@zagreb-touristinfo.hr
Klovićevi Dvori Gallery
Exhibition of German Expressionists
Toward the end of October the Klovićevi Dvori Gallery will open an exhibition of the great authors of German expressionism who were working during one of the most powerful movements in the history of modern art at the beginning of the 20th century and impacted the work of many authors in the subsequent decades.
Hotel Offer Becomes Richer
A more intensive business and tourist life in Zagreb is the reason for the growth in the number of hotels, and it has recently been announced that two new hotels will be built. The already rich and varied accommodation offer is thus being further enhanced so that every guest can be absolutely sure that they will find accommodation in town that fits their needs.

Zagreb's Funicular
The Shortest Cable Car in the World
The 66 meter long funicular in Zagreb is the shortest cable car in the world, which the citizens of Zagreb have been using since 1890 to go between the Upper and Lower Towns. Today it is a protected cultural monument and one of the most interesting attractions for many tourists.

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