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Zagreb is not only Croatia's capital and biggest city but also its major business, higher education, cultural, artistic and leisure hub. As a modern city, it holds a huge historical heritage that attracts many expatriates every year.

Although housing prices tend to be higher for expatriates, Zagreb can offer you an amazing expat experience with its pleasant climate and living environment.

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Have you ever dreamed of working from King’s Landing? No, we are serious because you actually can. Croatia’s Dubrovnik was the main filming location for the capital of the Seven Kingdoms in the Game of Thrones. But there’s more — the country offers a beautiful coastline, over a thousand idyllic islands, ancient castles, and walled-in cities — and yes, there is decent internet too.

Q: I visit Croatia a lot, and so I keep a bank account here for convenience. I went to draw out some cash recently, but was told I can’t without a special identity number. Before, all I had to do was show my passport and the account passbook. What’s it all about? I’m British, so why do I need a Croatian ID number?

As accommodation in Croatia, private apartments take the most important place. They secure the most accommodation capacities, as they can accept much more tourist than any other accommodation type. Hotels or camping sites can also accept large number of tourists, but apartments are pretty much everywhere.

Located in Central, Southeast Europe and the Mediterranean, Croatia enjoys diverse natural beauty and biodiversity. European Union’s youngest member state, Croatia is mostly known for its booming tourism industry, especially along the Adriatic coast and on its islands. But Croatia has more to offer to its expat population than sunny beaches and clear waters, which are indeed part of a good deal!

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Zagreb Honestly

4 years ago

Zagreb Honestly is packed with personal anecdotes about everyday life in Croatia. It's an alternative guide about the usual Croatian highlights seen from an unusual perspective.


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