Stay strong Zagreb, we'll get through this together!
Zagreb music Double-Decker tour continues
After the successful premiere of Filmmusicorkestar's concert for the citizens of Zagreb from the roof of a double-decker bus one week ago, this exceptionally well-received project goes on, supported by Zagreb Tourist Board.
OPERA IN YOUR NEIGHBOURHOOD
The Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb and Zagreb Tourist Board presents short open-air opera shows to their fellow-citizens, performed by the Opera soloists.
Zagreb is slowly opening doors of it's cultural institutions
Due to the decision of the Croatian National Civil Protection Headquarters to loosen the isolation measures, the cultural institutions in Zagreb are slowly opening their doors to visitors. Here you can find a list of opened museums, galleries, theatres and libraries with their new working hours.
We have gathered all the information about online events and initiatives in one place. We are also providing some suggestions on how to experience Zagreb virtually.
Information about Coronavirus
Zagreb Tourist Board is diligently and responsibly monitoring the situation and advice of the competent institutions pertaining to public safety and health. If you are traveling to or currently staying in the Republic of Croatia, you can find basic information and advice about the coronavirus on this website.
On 13 May, the European Commission presented guidelines and recommendations to help Member States gradually lift travel restrictions, with all the necessary safety and precautionary means in place. Measures intended to enable citizens to travel again after months of confinement include, but are not limited to:
As of May 21, 2020, all foreign citizens who intend to enter the Republic of Croatia, as well as Croatian citizens who do not reside or reside in the Republic of Croatia, can find out, in one place, answers to all questions related to entering the Republic of Croatia.
Jesse Eisenberg (actor) spent the autumn in Zagreb in 2007: Zagreb is an incredible town. I enjoyed sightseeing the old parts of the town, and at night I went to clubs. I was thrilled that it was near Austria and Italy, so I visited Venice, Milan, Ljubljana, Graz, Split... over the weekends.
I like Lisinski very much. It was very intense to perform there, because people came, listened carefully and felt the music in their hearts. Lisinski is a beautiful concert hall, and I am very honored to be performing there. I have wonderful memories of my first performance in Lisinski.