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Zagreb accessible travel guide to disabled friendly holidays

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Zagreb accessible travel guide to disabled friendly holidays

For a great holiday in Zagreb

As the capital of the largest city in Croatia, Zagreb has something to explore and enjoy for every traveler. No matter how large or small your travel group is, there is something to explore for everyone from the dazzling shopping centers, museums, beaches and more! Accessible Zagreb vacation rentals are plentiful in this bustling metropolitan area. Start planning your holidays with Handiscover today!

Things to do in Zagreb

Tkalciceva Street

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Home to some of the city’s most exciting nightlife, Tkalciceva street has a little bit of something wonderful for everyone. Roam this street filled with cozy cafes, authentic shops and more. Then, stop at Agava restaurant to sample the traditional beef stew called pasticada which involves a unique blend of spices and over 24 hours of prep! After that, visit the Oliver Twist Pub which features authentic 19th-century decor, coffee drinks and liquors. The wide, smooth center street makes this reasonable to navigate for many mobility impaired and outdoor seating at many restaurants are wheelchair friendly.

Markov Trg (St Mark’s Square)

Address: Gornji Grad, Zagreb, Croatia
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Once Zagreb’s main square, the area now holds the Sabor (parliament) building and the iconic Crkva Svetog Marka (St Mark’s Church), known for its recognizable red, white and blue tiled roof. The square itself is considered disabled accessible and many buildings within it are fully or partially wheelchair friendly.

Trg Bana Jelačića (Ban Jelačić Square)

Address: Trg bana Josipa Jelačića, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia

Once you’ve seen the old square, explore the new one! Since the 19th-century this pedestrian-only square has served as a central meeting space for the city. Lined with pastel-fronted buildings and elegant, open-air cafes. Considered to have wheelchair accessibility, the square offers a variety of dining and sight-seeing options for all visitors. Perhaps one of the most unusual museum themes, the Museum of Broken Relationships gives you exactly what the name suggests. Here, people from around the world have given a symbolic piece of a broken relationship along with a story in order to find closure. From the odd to the sad to the hilarious, this museum is a not to be missed experience for lovers all things unusual.

Disabled Accommodations Zagreb

Whether you want cozy apartments of cottages or luxurious hotels, Handiscover has accommodations for you! Search for special features you may need such as a hoist, wheel in shower, step free entrances and more. Then, explore our selection of posh apartments, modern hotels and convenient vacation rentals that meet your requirements. Finally, simply select your travel dates and book your holiday rentals. It’s that easy! Never let your holidays be limited again because of inadequate accommodation options.

How to Get Around Zagreb

Largely built in the 15th century, Croatia does pose some issues for travelers with disability issues but Zagreb, as a capital city has better services. Stairs are a common sight around the city but are manageable with a helping hand. Steep ramps are also a possibility in certain areas and newer attractions tend to be more disabled-friendly. Explore the city through bus travel for the most easily accessible mode of transport. Cabs are also available but may require assistance getting in. The gorgeous beaches are also an option with the majority having ramps to access the beach.

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