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About Zagreb

Zagreb is still one of the most affordable European capitals and remote workers can find plenty of coworking and coliving spaces nestled between its beautiful art nouveau buildings.

Zagreb makes for a safe and tranquil base for digital nomads as it is not as touristy as Split or Dubrovnik and the quality of living is high. The city’s economy is based mainly on high-tech and the service industry.

Here are some fun facts about Zagreb:

- About 820,000 people live in Zagreb in this city that dates back to Roman times.
- Zagreb can be a bit rainy. In fact, it has more rain than Brussels and London.
- Zagreb has many excellent restaurants but visitors need to be aware that smoking is still permitted in most of them.
- The Medvednica Sljeme peak is where the locals head for a walk, a jog or a barbeque.
- In winter, visitors can also head to the Medvednica Mountain for skiing.
- Mount Medvednica is also home tow a medieval burg and the ruins of another medieval castle, both of which can be visited.
- The city’s nightlife is centered mainly around Lake Jarun.
- Traffic can be a problem in this old city with its many narrow roads.
- Zagreb has some fun but pretty strange museums such as the Museum of Broken Relationships and the Museum of the Eighties.
- Plitvice National Park lies just 2 hours outside Zagreb and visitors can hike through forests and past many lakes and waterfalls.
- In the city, Mamutica is an apartment complex built in 1974 and this plattenbau is the most voluminous building in the country.
- Zagreb has one of the best Christmas markets in Europe.
- Currently, low-cost airlines are forbidden from flying into Zagreb, which sadly makes its airport less well connected than those of other European cities.

Remote workers will find Zagreb to be a clean and safe coliving and coworking destination with a beautiful historic center.

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