During the summer months, the Strossmayer promenade in the Upper Town hosts live music most nights in the evening with makeshift bars. The mixed-bag crowd, great city views and leafy ambience make it a great spot to…
This neo-baroque theatre, established in 1895, stages a regular program of opera and ballet performances and plays. Check out Ivan Meštrović’s sculpture The Well of Life (1905) standing out front.
The Zagreb Youth Theatre, better known as ZKM, is considered the cradle of Croatia's contemporary theatre. It hosts several festivals and many visiting troupes from around the world.
Excellent multimedia venue showcasing a variety of live-music performances, from Bosnian sevdah to alternative punk rock. Check out the website to see what's on.
This is the city’s most prestigious venue in which to hear symphony concerts, jazz and world-music performances; it also stages theatrical productions.
Zagreb's oldest cinema's 'Subtitled Tuesdays' program shows (usually art house) movies with subtitles in English as well as Croatian.
This student's club (run by Zagreb University's Faculty of Engineering) regularly hosts bands, from alternative to hip-hop acts. Saturday nights are dedicated to DJ music, when dancing continues until late.
Dinamo is Zagreb’s most popular football team; it plays matches at Stadion Maksimir, on the eastern side of Zagreb. Take trams 4, 7, 11 or 12 to Maksimirska. Tickets can be bought via the website.
Pogon – Zagreb Center for Independent Culture and Youth – hosts occasional contemporary dance and theatre, concerts, parties, public lectures, exhibitions and festivals.