Advantages Not hard to find, good craft market, useful transport hub, impressive buildings
Disadvantages Expensive cafes, ugly advertising hoardings
Zagreb’s main square "Trg Bana Jelacica" (a "trg" - pronounced "turg" - is a square, often a marketplace)is the vibrant heart of the Croatian capital and it’s a fine place in the Austro-Hungarian tradition, not dissimilar to squares you might find in cities like Vienna. It’s pretty hard to miss the square because it serves a number of functions; it’s a major hub for tram services, it is an ideal and convenient place to meet people, it contains a couple of important monuments and it’s close to a number of important and popular attractions, and it effectively forms the buffer between old town and nineteenth century Zagreb. Throw in that it is where you’ll find the main tourist information office and you can see why it’s almost impossible to miss.If you arrive in the square from the direction of the train station, do take care as you cross the tramlines: the trams can sometimes be quite quiet as they approach and, although the driver will sound a warning, you could get quite a surprise.
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