Find a car rental in Zagreb Downtown at the best price by comparing the deals for top car hire companies such as Hertz, Sixt, Thrifty, Enterprise and Europcar. It will take only three simple steps to hire a car with us: compare, select and reserve. We have a large fleet of cars ranging from small, mid-size to big SUVs. Prices shown on our website are inclusive of unlimited mileage, third party insurance, theft waiver, collision damage waiver, airport surcharge and local taxes. In case of an emergency or vehicle breakdown, you will also get roadside assistance from your supplier. You can book your car rental for Zagreb Downtown on-line or call us on our toll-free number.
Donji Grad is a region with shopping malls, artistic buildings, business area and many museums. The famous hotel Esplanade, built in 1925, is also located here. The hotel is located near many popular tourist attractions such as the National Theatre, Botanic Garden, Ban Josip Jelacic Square and Mimara Museum. The most recommended place to visit is the University of Zagreb, the oldest in Croatia. Other popular tourist attractions are Strossmayer Gallery, the Archaeological Museum, the Museum of Decorative Arts and Green Horseshoe. Lose yourself in the streets of Zagreb Downtown and make most out of your trip with a rental car.
The bustling capital of Croatia, Zagreb is a charming city which really worth a visit. It is a modern city which still holds the magic of its old town. Gornji grad (Upper Town) still holds traces of past and the younger part of the town is called Donji grad (Lower Town) which is also called downtown. The architecture of Zagreb Downtown is inspired by Art Nouveau and neoclassical style and it is surrounded by green parks. Travelers can easily access Zagreb Downtown with a rental car at affordable prices.
The downtown is best known for Ilica Street, the longest street in Zagreb and Ban Jelacic Square, the central square of the city. Most of the hotels can be found in Zagreb Downtown. It is a place where you can rest while enjoying a delicious meal or a coffee in one of its restaurants and terrace cafes. Here you can find a variety of restaurants specializing in traditional Croatian food. It is also a perfect place to go for shopping. Numerous shops are located on Ilica Street where you can buy clothes, books, souvenirs and other Croatian inventions such as ties and pens. The Ban Jelacic Square has the most tram lines.
While Zagreb has gained its industrial name by promoting electric machines and gadgets, its pharmaceutical industry and food and drink firms are no pushovers either. Overall, the production is balanced extremely well and the logistics exhibit a superb demand for the products it deals with. Neboder and Cibona towers augment its standards as a land of skyscrapers. Zagreb is extremely well placed among its peers in terms of prosperity.
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