Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, is situated in the heart of Europe and has a central location in the Adriatic region. It is well connected via air, road and train.
Zagreb is both old and youthful. Two in one, the present resides within the past which has been written for over 9 centuries and can be found inside museums, in historical monuments and along city streets.
Zagreb is a city wreathed with an abundance of green parks. Along narrow spaces of pedestrian walkways there are many cultural and art institutions, a fine blend of the modern and traditional.
Zagreb is Europe’s biggest outdoor café, always hospitable and open-hearted!
Learn more about Zagreb on Zagreb tourist board website
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With its total surface area of 560,000 m2 the Zagreb Fair has got an infrastructure and capability to hold and supply a smaller city by itself. It is an ideal venue for organizing and holding some of the most varied fair activities as well as for the construction of any kind of exhibition spaces and advertising surfaces.
Every year the Zagreb Fair holds more than 20 specialized events gathering over 5.000 exhibitors from 50 countries.
Its events and shows are visited by almost 500.000 experts and businessmen annually.
Along with the fair events the Zagreb Fair also hosts international congresses, conventions and symposiums regularly attended by renowned scientists from the country and abroad.
Learn more about the venue on Zagreb Fair website.
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