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Zagreb 360° - Zagreb Eye, Zagreb

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Take in the most important sights of the capital in one sweeping view at Zagreb 360° - Zagreb Eye. Situated 16 floors up, this spot provides an ideal site for capturing some of the best vistas in the area. Pull out a map here and mark your points of interest, such as the Kaptol or Gradec. There's a bar on site where you can grab a drink while taking in the views, as well as play board games, listen to music, or rest before your next sightseeing spree. Make Zagreb 360° - Zagreb Eye a part of your Zagreb vacation plans using our Zagreb vacation trip planner.
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Lodging in Croatia's capital Zagreb maintains a high standard, with many centrally located hotels offering significant weekend discounts on their finest rooms. Hostels remain the most affordable option for budget-minded travelers visiting for a day or two, providing small but neat rooms only steps away from the city's most popular bars, clubs, and restaurants. For something a bit quieter, look for self-catering apartments and guesthouses in the city's residential neighborhoods, where you can park for free and get a good night's sleep.
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  • A really great place, the view is absolutely gorgeous. I do recommend it to do by night also, they also have a 20% dissount for groups.  more »
  • While the view is spectacular on the 16th floor, I was disappointed that the closely spaced bars prevented us from taking a good photo. The 30 kuna fee will allow you to come back for a night view aft...  more »
  • This is a restaurant on top of a building in the famous city square, where you have to pay a cover charge to enter. A bottle of Stella Artois is HRK 18, which is OK, I guess, but I think I should have...  more »
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  • We stayed in Zagreb for one night so didn't get the full feel of the place but we loved it. The bar was lovely and the staff spoke brilliant English and were very helpful (they helped me chose a Croatian beer that I then drank for most of my holiday!). We walked in the door that was a little hidden, but after checking with the person at the desk we knew where to go. We got to the top and the only thing I could fault with it was the view was impeded by the bars to make sure you don't lean out too far. Other than this you can see the whole city and have a drink whilst admiring the place. Also, careful when in the toilets... For some reason they don't lock so hold the door shut!
  • I go to high viewpoints in all the cities I visit to get a bird's eye view and do photography. This one ranks among one of the very best: there is no glass in the way meaning no bad reflections, there are bars but any lens or cell phone will easily fit through. There is a flat ledge so you can take night photos without a tripod. There is a 320 degree or so accessibility meaning you can see everything. Location is central meaning you see all key landmarks of Zagreb. The price is excellent for the facilities you get, and your entry fee counts for the whole day meaning you can go back at any time, even in the evening. Best of all the staff there from the reception at the bottom to those on top were extremely pleasant and helpful. They have a bar, facilities and lots of seating space on top. I was there on a Monday afternoon and it was empty.
  • The views was obstructed by a big fence. However inside is nice to chill and have a rest. Only worth a visit if you have the Zagreb card.
  • Great place to have some drinks and enjoy the view of this beautiful city! Affordable prices as well! Entry fee is around $3
  • Nice view from 16th floor to see Zagreb. The cute friendly staff gave us a brief and useful introduction of Zagreb. We also enjoyed cocktails in the cafe with company of live piano by a elated player.