The medieval city of Zagreb is the capital of Croatia and has a charm akin to other European cities such as Vienna and Budapest. Zagreb has become a popular weekend destination for travelers from other parts of Europe. The city has two medieval hill top towns known as Gardec and Kaptol. The city of Zagreb is located on the slopes of the Medvednica Mountain Range on the banks of the Sava River in the north of Croatia. The epicenter of the city is the square of Trg Bana Jelaciça which is populated by restaurants and cafes. The city has a rich history associated with it and most of its monuments are of a historical nature.
Zagreb, the capital city of the Republic of Croatia, is an old Central European city that has been a focal point of culture and science, and now of commerce and industry. It is situated between the slopes of the Medvednica Mountains and the northern bank of the Sava River. Its location in the Pannonian Basin intersection falls in between important routes in the Adriatic coast and Central Europe.