Zagreb, the capital city of Croatia is getting more and more attractive to students, entrepreneurs, companies and tourists every year. This is also a potential market for scammers which are scamming people coming in Zagreb through various rental scams. In this post we will briefly explain our property verification services, their importance and how we […]
Many times, we take for granted that things about our city, land or country are known, but it is not like that. Therefore, we want to publish certain curiosities that few people know.
Croatia recently became one of the countries issuing digital nomad visa which offers temporary residence permit for people working remotely. Launched on January 1st, 2021, the Croatia digital nomad visa is more robust and advantageous than similar programs in many other countries. It can be described as a Croatian residence permit that offers you up […]
Why go on Erasmus? People love comfort and habits.It’s perfectly natural to enjoy a surrounding where you feel comfortable and where you are used to things as they are. However, from time to time a big change is a step forward, maybe the impact will not be seen immediately but it may have positive influence […]
Weather in Croatia Inland Croatia has a continental climate, warm in summer, cold in winter. In Zagreb, the temperature is often 32 C+ (90 F) in high summer (late June to mid-August) and the city center feels oppressively hot. September and October are usually settled and warm, giving way to colder, foggy weather in November. […]
Croatia is a wonderful country famous for its beautiful beaches, crystal clear Adriatic sea, more than a thousand islands, mountainous coastline, great food and great wines. We also love it for its friendly people, small villages, safety, and cleanliness.
We love food in Croatia. It’s varied, fresh, local, and tasty. In continental Croatia, people eat lots of meat, while a diet in coastal regions is heavily based on fish and other seafood. Traditional Croatian food has some similarity with Italian, Austrian, Hungarian, and Turkish food. Yet, Croatian dishes have their own distinct interpretation and […]
First of all, it´s important to mention that you can freely walk across any part of Zagreb, mostly even at night, without the fear of being mugged, so whatever neighbourhood you choose, you can´t go wrong, you will feel secure and welcome.
The Croatian higher education system has a long educational tradition preserved primarily through the work of its public universities, which are (in alphabetical order): J.J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, Juraj Dobrila University of Pula, University of Dubrovnik, University of Rijeka, University of Split, University of Zadar and University of Zagreb. The University of Zagreb, founded in 1669, is the oldest continuously operating university […]
Zagreb’s public transportation system is called ZET, short for Zagrebački Električni Tramvaj. It is made up primarily of buses and trams that zigzag throughout the city and extend beyond to neighboring cities including Velika Gorica where the airport is located. The system is extensive with 19 tram lines and 117 buses. Plus Zagreb is a […]