There are 3 flights operating between Istanbul and Zagreb. You may find frequent flights from Istanbul, Sofia and Izmir to Zagreb.
Are you looking for cheap fares for Zagreb flights? In the coming 3 months: Adana Zagreb 5,482 TL, Amsterdam Zagreb 2,131 TL and Ankara Zagreb 2,644 TL
Better to book your flight to Zagreb 91 days before departure to get the best fares on average.
December and January months are the highest season for Croatia, Zagreb. The prices are higher compared to the other periods. You will find the cheapest flight prices in the following months: March and September.
Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, is located on the Sava River. The city, which stands out as an international trade and business center and has a large share in the country's exports, is Croatia's center of politics, administration, economy, culture and science.
Located on the roads connecting the Adriatic Sea and Europe, Zagreb is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe with its 7 bridges over the Sava River, baroque style architecture, monuments, museums, fountains and natural beauties.
Zagreb, where the settlement in the region dates back to the 1st century, was formed by the merger of the cities of Kaptol and Gradec in 1851 and suffered great damage in 1242 due to the attacks of Genghis Khan. In the 17th and 18th centuries, intense plague epidemics were experienced in the city, although wars broke out with the disintegration of Yugoslavia and today it has become the most crowded city of the country with its trade volume, density of industry, scientific and research centers.
Places to visit
It consists of two parts, Zagreb Down Town and Upper Town, where the country's president, parliament and government reside. The must-see places in Zagreb, where there are no traffic lights, are usually within walking distance. Built in the 13th century in the Down Town District and famous for its unique roof covered with ceramics, St. Mark's Church, the Thief's Tower, where you can enjoy the magnificent view of Zagreb, and the Banski Dvori Building.
When you proceed from Trg Ban Jelacica Square in the Upper Town, where Christmas celebrations are held, cafes, shops and the Ban Josip Jelacic Statue are located, you come across St. Stephen's Cathedral is coming out. Founded in France in 1242, St. The building, which is similar to the Urban Church, has two gothic style towers that exceed 100 meters in length. When you continue from here, you reach Dolac Market, one of the most lively places in the city. You can take a break from the many cafes in the market, where all kinds of vegetables, fruits, meat, cheese, wine, souvenir stalls are available, and handmade souvenirs are sold in small shops, and you can visit the Kamenita Vrata Pass on Tkalciceva Ulica Street.
Zagreb Museum, which contains information and documents about the history of Zagreb, Archeology Museum where 450,000 kinds of archaeological artifacts are exhibited, Contemporary Art Museum with works by Croatian and foreign contemporary artists, and works by artists such as Lorenzetti, Raffaell, Giorgione, Caravaggio, Canaletto and Dutch Rembrant, Van Goyen. Mimara Museum is among the museums you can visit in the city.
There are lakes, waterfalls, water channels, walking paths, 1400 species of plants, various animals, cafes and restaurants in the National Park called Plitvicka Jezera. Known as the largest natural park in Europe, Maksimir Park includes Anton Dominik Fernkorn Statue, Zoo, sports fields, restaurants and cafes to eat. You can visit the Botanical Gardens to the south of Jarun Lake and Tomislav Square, where you can do activities such as rowing, sailing, surfing, swimming, jogging, skating and skateboarding.
In addition to hosting many cultural and artistic events, concerts and festivals, Zagreb nightlife is also very colorful. Pub, nightclub, casino, club, cocktail bar, discotheque, jazz club, cafe and tavern are the lively places of nightlife in the city.
Food & Drink and Shopping
There are many restaurants in Zagreb that serve international and regional Zagreb cuisine. In Zagreb, which is famous for its bakeries and coffee houses, paprenjak biscuits, bureg from snacks; Zagreb beef as main course, krpice sazeljem, kotlovina, strukli and Zagreb style squid; Espresso as a beverage and Ozujsko and Karlovacka Beers are among the most preferred flavors.
Branimir Centar, Kaptol Centar, İmportanne Centar, Rotonda and City Centar Varteks are among the addresses you can choose for shopping.
Turkish Airlines has direct flights between Istanbul and Zagreb and the travel time takes approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes. It is possible to reach the city by bus and taxi from Zagreb Airport, which is 17 km away from the city center, in 20-25 minutes.
|Popular Flights||Ticket Price|
|Ankara - Zagreb||2,644.39|
|Antalya - Zagreb||2,944.96|
|Brussels - Zagreb||558.28|
|Budapest - Zagreb||2,349.11|
|Dammam - Zagreb||5,270.90|
|Dusseldorf - Zagreb||409.19|
|Istanbul - Zagreb||2,315.94|
|Izmir - Zagreb||3,083.69|
|Jeddah - Zagreb||6,124.93|
|London - Zagreb||504.44|
|Milan - Zagreb||329.16|
|Malta - Zagreb||523.43|
|New York - Zagreb||7,483.45|
|Oslo - Zagreb||1,026.59|
|Paris - Zagreb||549.12|
|Paphos - Zagreb||624.22|
|Rome - Zagreb||449.34|
|Riyadh - Zagreb||5,948.25|
|Seoul - Zagreb||10,245.22|
|Sofia - Zagreb||344.29|
|Stockholm - Zagreb||1,853.40|
|Toronto - Zagreb||11,253.13|
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