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Michael Bublé in Arena Zagreb

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Michael Bublé, one of the greatest classic jazz and soul musicians today, is coming to Zagreb. His upcoming concert in Arena Zagreb at September 16th 2019 is part of his great world tour and promotion of his new album called “Love”.

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Pub Crawl in Zagreb

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All of you that are visiting Zagreb with intention to have a great time, party like a local and get into best pubs, bars and clubs join some of Zagreb Pub Crawls.

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Editors

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The British band Editors are returning to Zagreb, where they previously performed to a sold-out crowd last September. As part of their 2015 European tour, Editors will stop by Tvornica Kulture again on Wednesday, December 2, and play some of the tunes from their latest album, In Dream. This will be the band’s fourth visit to Zagreb.

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Hotels in the City

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Zagreb has an ever growing number of hotels and a wide range of accommodation options for visitors to choose from. The best hotels in Zagreb generally offer a high standard of comfort and hospitality to guests, as well as a variety of special offers, weekend getaway deals and other discounts throughout the year. On the other hand, for a city of its size, Zagreb does not have many good low-cost hotels, leaving it to hostels and private lets to fill in the gap. However, for visitors looking to enjoy the comforts of hotel accommodation in the city, there are many excellent options, both in the city centre and the surrounding neighbourhoods.

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Reboot infoGamer 2015

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Reboot infoGamer 2015, the fourth edition of Zagreb’s popular trade show for the gaming industry, will be held in four large halls of the Zagreb Fair (8, 8a, 9, 11a) from November 11 to 15, 2015. The show will welcome more than 100 exhibitors and feature their latest games, technologies and playable units across 12,000 square metres of exhibition space.

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Best Hotels in Zagreb

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Zagreb is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Southeast Europe and has grown into a highly tourist-friendly city in recent decades, offering excellent local cuisine, a lively nightlife scene, and accommodation for every taste and budget, from luxury 5-hotels and private apartments to B&Bs, boutique hotels and hostels. Hotels are usually the most convenient option for visitors travelling to Zagreb on holidays or for short breaks, as they are easier to book than private rentals and offer a variety of options and package deals that cover all the basics.

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In 1926 the first Zagreb radio station broadcast from St. Mark’s Square – Radio Zagreb

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They can soar into the sky and to the moon, hide between the clouds, travel great distances, for they only need very little power, with them you can send and receive sounds and voices, they travel at the same speed as light, they are the fastest way to transfer information from one place to another… They are radio waves. They enable the wireless reception and transmission of communication signals via one special medium – radio, without which life today would be difficult to imagine.

In its beginnings it was also called the wireless telegraph, with which messages were transmitted remotely. Its main task was emission, and once this term was used in agriculture, like effusion. In the 1860s James Clark Maxwell precisely predicted how mankind could expect a great milestone with the possibility of the transmission of radio waves, which for the first time ever was successfully accomplished over the Atlantic Ocean by Guglielmo Marconi, for which he received the Nobel Prize. His range in 1903 enabled American President Theodore Roosevelt to send a radio message to King Edward VII, and the legendary Marconi is also remembered as the great-grandson of John Jameson, the producer of the famous Irish whiskey – Jameson!

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With Zagreb Card your stay in Zagreb will be easier and more pleasant

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For those who still haven’t heard, there is an interesting story connected to the founding of Zagreb as the capital of one of the most beautiful countries of the Mediterranean. The story takes place 900 years in the past. Formerly two medieval settlements, located on twin hills – Kaptol and Gradec – were merged into one town, which later became the centre of the commercial, academic, scientific, cultural and athletic life in Croatia.

The first records of the existence of Zagreb date back to the year 1094, when a bishopric was founded on Kaptol. Another famous historical event was when in 1242 king Béla IV issued his Golden Bull, whereby Gradec was proclaimed a free royal city. The union of the two settlements and the surrounding settlements, under the slopes of Mount Medvednica and along the river Sava, occurred in 1850. It is then that the development of the Croatian and European capital that we know today began.

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The Tourist Flower has been awarded to HUP-Zagreb d.d. hotels in Zagreb for years

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Do you remember the popular TV show “One Thousand and One Nights”, based on the Arabian tale of the Persian queen Scheherezade, who told tales to king Shahryar for 1001 nights, interrupting them before the end in order to postpone her execution for one more day?

Then you surely remember Scheherazade, a beautiful young widow and single mother, who, in order to save her son, who had leukaemia, knocked on all doors, and finally received help from Onur, a cold-hearted rich businessman with piercing blue eyes. They were bound by the secret of the “black night”, which kindled a passionate and everlasting love. Their touching love story that ended in a marriage moved from the TV screens to the real world and earned them the title of the most famous Turkish acting couple. The many travels around the world of the loving married couple even led them to Zagreb in 2010!

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The Main Railway Station – the first station of every visit to Zagreb

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“When the kids are joined together, they are stronger more than ever, and it means that we require to be together like in choir. Tiny sparks can build big blazes, drop by drop a river raises. So let’s make a flock together, like a sparrow, chirp chirp chirp. When the hands are joined together, you can do much more than ever”, resounded long ago from the most famous train heading toward Zagreb. That was in 1931, the year when Ljuban, Draga and Pero, together with the other fourth-graders and their teacher of the elementary school in Veliko Selo on Jabukovac, set out on a field trip to Zagreb.

On their way back home, snow covered the tracks and the train got stuck in the snow. The united children rolled up their sleeves and, singing the popular verses of a song by Arsen Dedić, “When the hands are joined together, you can do much more than ever”, started to clear snow using their own hands. With their help, the train succeeded in breaking through the snowy chaos, and the children happily returned to their home.

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