Lonely Planet Offers Free Zagreb e-Book to Readers

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“Zagreb is at once cosmopolitan and edgy, with its heady mix of Brutalist architecture and sun-splashed Austro-Hungarian squares brimming with coffee drinkers,” Lonely Planet writes

After putting Zagreb in the spotlight with its Best in Europe award, Lonely Planet has made visiting Zagreb even easier and more accessible – by offering its readers a free Zagreb Guide e-Book.

“Europe is a treasure trove of incredible travel experiences, which can make deciding where to go a challenging task. Thankfully Lonely Planet’s travel experts have been on the case to bring you the best spots to add to your bucket list for 2017.

If these ancient wonders, coastal escapes and off-the-beaten-track adventures have you reaching for your passport, sign up for our free Zagreb ebook chapter to find out more about why this dynamic city made number one.”

(Lonely Planet)

The e-Book offers a short history of Zagreb, useful maps, gives top sights recommendations, tells you what the best museums are, and even offers personalised tours such as “Walking tour – Architecture, Art & Street Life” or tells you how to adjust your plan if you only have two days in Zagreb, and mentions some of Zagreb’s best kept secrets – such as the Little Market in the Attic, or Secret Zagreb tours.

Visit Lonely Planet’s website and get your e-Book asap!


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