Welcome to Total Zagreb

Welcome to Zagreb, not only the capital of the EU's youngest member, but also a booming tourist hotspot. More than a million tourists overnighted in Zagreb in 2015, the only destination to do so in Croatia.

It is the business hub, the entertainment centre and the source of much of what goes on in the country, and so we have decided to launch our latest site, Total Zagreb, to keep local expats informed of what is going on, as well as cater to the information needs of the growing number of tourists.

In addition to the standard info features of accommodation, activities and where to eat, drink and party, we also have a comprehensive event calendar (and you are welcome to add your events), as well as various features, such as Healthy Zagreb, Run Zagreb and other niche sectors of Zagreb. If you would like to contribute your views of life on Zagreb, why not write for us? Please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We will be blogging daily, and if you have a feature you would like us to cover, get in touch.

 

Friday, 9 February 2018

Plans for a New Pool in Zagreb

Well, not just one plain old pool, but the complex that is supposed to house 2 pools, tropical waterfall, flaming baths...
Thursday, 8 February 2018

Car Parking Charges Throughout Zagreb

Zagreb mayor Bandić plans to expand the zones in which there will be no free parking
Tuesday, 6 February 2018

Whisky Fair Returns to Zagreb

For the fourth year in a row, Plaza Event Centre will be hosting this grain-oriented celebration.
Tuesday, 6 February 2018

Where to Find Non-Smoking Bars in Zagreb?

In Croatia, coffee and cigarettes go hand in hand. Find out where to look if you're not a fan of foggy cafés and bars 
Sunday, 4 February 2018

The Road to Sljeme Closed Today – Because of Too Many Cars on Top!

A rare occurrence happened on Zagreb’s hill today, as the road to the top was closed due to congestion near the top.  
Monday, 29 January 2018

Project Terme Blato - Yet Another Hiccup?

The so-called “Terme Blato” project was started back in 2008, and the ultimate plan was to build a large spa centre right next to the never-finished University Hospital building in Blato.
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