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Business Class Flights To Zagreb

Croatia’s elegant capital, Zagreb, is world-renowned for its museums, its architecture, and its cosmopolitan attitude. It has somehow resisted the insistent pressure of large international franchises, and instead has held onto its authenticity, its idiosyncratic locales and unique boutiques. In the past, it was often overlooked as travelers simply passed through en route to the country’s coastal cities. Now, however, it is steadily growing to become a major destination for work and leisure. Book business class flights to Zagreb and guarantee yourself the trip of a lifetime. With exceptional comfort on board the plane, customer service that always exceeds expectations, top quality cuisine and so much more, your trip to Zagreb will be unforgettable.

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Zagreb Airport and Business Class Lounge

Zagreb Pleso Airport is approximately 12.5 miles from the city center. When you choose to travel on business class flights to Zagreb, you choose to have access to the exceptional, state-of-the-art airport lounges, making your journey all the more enjoyable. Zagreb Airport’s business class lounges offer a cozy and relaxing atmosphere, providing the ultimate comfort. The facilities include self-service buffets, complimentary snacks, free Wi-Fi, and a business center complete with laptops, televisions, newspapers, and magazines to ensure you have the most relaxing or productive time before your flight, whether you are traveling for business or for pleasure.


Things To Do In Zagreb

After arriving on business class flights to Zagreb, you will definitely want to head to the Ban Jelacic Square first. It is the main square of the city and from here you’ll be within walking distance of most major attractions. Before you leave the square, however, why not visit one of the many cafés in the square, relax and sip a coffee as you watch the daily bustle of this busy city. Just north of the square are the medieval urban complexes of Gornji Grad and Kaptol, containing many churches, palaces, museums and galleries that can be seen on most popular sightseeing tours. This historic district can be reached by foot or via the uspinjaca, the funicular (cliff railway) found by Tomiceva Street. This is in fact the city’s oldest public transport system, as well as the shortest funicular in the world.

Close to the uspinjaca is the 13th-century Lotrscak Tower, which reminds the people of Zagreb each day what time it is with a fire of its cannon at the strike of noon. You’ll want to visit the Zagrebacka katedrala (Zagreb Cathedral), which is impossible to miss with its twin neo-Gothic spires. Near the cathedral is Dolac Market, Zagreb’s main market, where you can perhaps fuel up with galbeci – an inexpensive, hearty traditional lunch popular among locals. Try local specialties like Grah, a thick bean stew, purica s Mlincima, which is roasted turkey with Zagorie noodles, or Krautflekerli, a pasta with roasted cabbage.

In Zagreb, there are more museums per square foot than in any other city around the world, so visiting at least a few of them is a must! You could start with the world-renowned Museum of Broken Relationships, perhaps one of Zagreb’s quirkiest attractions, and consider the mementoes donated by broken-hearted people from around the world. If you prefer something more traditional, the Archaeological Museum is a sure bet, consisting of almost 450,000 archaeological artifacts, the most famous being the Zagreb mummy and the ancient partridge-shaped vessel known as the Vucedol dove, an important symbol of Croatia. The Modern Gallery contains a very important collection of artworks by 19th- and 20th- century Croatian artists. The Croatian Natural History Museum holds a singular collection of Neanderthal remains. To learn more about the City of Zagreb proper, visit the Museum of the City of Zagreb, whose collection specializes in the cultural, artistic, economic and political history of this city whose timeline spans from Roman times.

Zagreb is quite a metropolitan city and is home to many different international cuisines, but if you want to get a taste of some more traditional Croatian fare, try restaurants such as Vinodol, Kaptolska Klet, or Baltazar, all of which specialize in grilled meats such as lamb, veal and duck, and cook several dishes using a peka – a domed baking lid. To sample excellent Croatian wines, visit Vintesa, which sports 108 types of Croatian wine from all of its regions, or Bornstein, which in addition to wines offers an amazing selection of local brandies and gourmet products, and includes a wine bar on site.

If you’ve taken business class flights to Zagreb, you might be interested in shopping at one of Zagreb’s numerous designer boutiques. The city has a veritable feast of top quality designer clothing boutiques. Check out Ilica and Tkalčićeva Streets to find famous international and Croatian designer products. Croatian Design Superstore, Roba, I-GLE, and Boudoir are all also great places to start, but there’s so much more.

If you just want to pick up a simple souvenir, notable items to look for include cravats, an accessory named for the Croats who wore similar scarves in the Thirty Years’ War during the 17th century, and ball-point pens, invented in part by a citizen of Zagreb, Slavoljub Eduard Penkala.


Getting Around Zagreb

Besides walking in the city center, the tram is the best mode of transportation in Zagreb and it runs day and night. Most tram routes stop at either the main square or the main train station. Tickets must be purchased at kiosks, and must be validated when you board the tram. There is also an extensive bus service in the city. There are two tourist bus routes that offer various on-and-off tours around the city. The red route is the most central, while the longer green route goes further out and passes by locations such as Maksimir and Lake Bundek.

Whether you are traveling for business or for leisure, make the most of your special trip by booking business class flights to Zagreb. You will be guaranteed an enjoyable, efficient, relaxing time. Begin by treating yourself to fine dining and luxurious treatment from the moment your flight takes off. Purchasing premium tickets will ensure that you arrive in Zagreb ready for your next adventure, so you can fully enjoy all that the city has to offer.

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