Zagreb, Croatia
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Posted over 5 years ago
Zagreb is the Capitol and the least fancied of Croatian cities. Why? Perhaps it is due to the kind locals, the beautiful mountain range encasing the city, or just perhaps it is the artistic vibe the city exudes. We may never know why this city filled with such beauty, sweeping views from both the 360 tower and the Medvedgrad Fortress, and cheap delicious eats is off of everyones list when visiting Croatia, but I urge you to give it a chance. The city is both safe for solo travelers and cheap enough one could either get an Airbnb or even a hotel room for a decent price.
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