City maps and guides, Zagreb
A great resource for information about travels to Eastern or Central Europe is "In Your Pocket". It provides information of more than 50 cities at the travel portal www.inyourpocket.com.
About 20 printed full city guides are available locally at various places including kiosks. The guides are most comprehensive and up to date. The Zagreb guide is even free of charge.
So don't forget to check out the In your Pocket website at:
Favorite thing: The official site of the Zagreb Tourist Board is an excellent starting point in finding all the relevant information and useful tips about Zagreb. The site is updated on a daily basis and brings a comprehensive list of hotels, restaurants, theatres, museums, galleries, pubs and clubs, together with facts and figures and the brief history of Zagreb, the weather forecast and up-to-date information about cultural and other events in Zagreb and the surrounding area. If you're not sure when is the best time to visit Zagreb, this site will undoubtedly be of great help.
Let's hope you will not find yourself in need of the following services, still having their numbers at reach won't hurt.
Bus schedules 060 313 333
Train schedules 060 333 444
Airport info desk 6265 222
Croatia Airlines 060 300 300
ZET (city trams & buses) 6600 442/5
Sljeme cable car 4580 316
HAK (Croatian auto club) 4640 800
Road help 987
Tourist info center 4814 052
Pharmacies & hospitals 060 212 212
Phone numbers in Croatia 988
Intl phone numbers 902
Wake up calls 9100
Fire brigade 93
If You looking around Zagreb by walk?
just following this guide map.
You'll see about,
beautiful Park, Historical architecture,
old town, interesting places, and peoples.
this is very useful Perfect Guide Map.
Fondest memory: Two part guideway
Should you need to find a particular street in Zagreb, you can visit the EuroAve website for a detailed map of Zagreb streets and squares. You can search by street index or view the full map of the city. Just click on the link below.
Zagreb street map
Favorite thing: You have arrived in Zagreb and you don't know what to do because there aren't really many guide books available about the city? Then go to the tourist information at Jelacic Square and ask for a copy of "Zagreb in your Pocket". If you are lucky they have one and like this you get the best guide to sights, nightlife and restaurants for free. Sometimes they run out of copies though. To be on the safe side you can also read it online here: www.inyourpocket.com/croatia/city/zagreb.html