The city is located in the northwestern part of Croatia, along the Sava River. It is home to numerous historical landmarks and cultural institutions, including the St. Mark’s Church, the Zagreb Cathedral, and the Croatian National Theatre. The city’s Old Town, with its cobblestone streets and pastel-colored buildings, is a popular tourist destination.
Zagreb is also known for its many museums and galleries, including the Museum of Broken Relationships, the Croatian Museum of Naive Art, and the Museum of Contemporary Art. The city’s vibrant art scene includes a variety of theater, music, and dance performances throughout the year.