Hotel Dubrovnik

Your hotel in the heart of Zagreb

Ljudevita Gaja 1, PP 246, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Phone: +385 1 4863 555
reservations:+385 1 4863 500
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group reservations:+385 1 4863 505
marketing:+385 1 4863 909


Where is Zagreb

Croatian National Theatre

The theatre evolved out of the first city theatre built in 1836 housed in the present-day Old City Hall. The theater was first established as the Croatian National Theatre in 1860, and in 1861 it gained government support putting it on par with many other European national theatres.

Museum Of Borken Relationships

Museum of broken relationships

Museum of Broken Relationships is a physical and virtual public space created with the sole purpose of treasuring and sharing your heartbreak stories and symbolic possessions. It is a museum about you, about us, about the ways we love and lose.


Mirogoj cemetery

This last resting place of people of different religions was designed by the famous architect Hermann Bolle, who also lead the reconstruction of Zagreb Cathedral. He made the cemetery into a beautiful park, ideal for walk and reflection, and intertwined with rich vegetation.


Ban Jelačić square Zagreb

This is the central square of the city of Zagreb, Croatia, named after ban Josip Jelačić. The official name is Trg bana Jelačića. The square is colloquially called Jelačić plac.


Zagreb cathedral

Zagreb Cathedral is the most stylish and most eloquent architectural realization chruch architecture of the Gothic style southeast of the Alps.


Upper town

The upper town is full of charm and it gathers a lot of Zagreb interest points such as the Dolac market, St Mark Church, the museum of broken relationships, Kamenita Vrata (Stone gate) etc.


Zrinjevac park

Zrinjevac is a park in the central area of Zagreb. The locals like to call this the central park of Zagreb because of its location in the city center. This park is an amazing place for rest, for having food on the benches and to enjoy it’s nature.


Zagreb eye

Zagreb Eye is an observation deck in the heart of Zagreb which allows you to have a breathtaking 360° view of the city from the 16th floor. On a clear day you can see as far east as Moslavačko gorje, and west to Žumberak and Slovenia.


Tkalčićeva street

This street is connected with the main city square of Zagreb, Ban Jelačić. Tkalčićeva Street in Zagreb is a beautiful street lined with restaurants and cafes.


Ilica street

Ilica Street (nearly 6 km long), is one of the longest and one of the busiest and most popular shopping streets in Zagreb. This place is ideal for shopping lovers, for a drink on a terrace or dining out. You will find everything, from the most expensive to the cheapest shops.