Zagreb is rich in culture. Although Zagreb has no UNESCO sites, it is filled with Croatian cultural heritage. Artifacts and intangible attributes collected and preserved throughout the ages.

Croatia has always been at the crossroads between East and West and as such it has amassed a rich cultural heritage. Our culture is characterized by exceptional diversity.

In fact, Croatia is among the countries with the most protected intangible assets in the world.

Cultural Goods of the Republic of Croatia is a register of all cultural monuments under national protection.

Zagreb with its 900-year history has mainly been under the Austro-Hungarian influence. It is a is a mixture of Austro-Hungarian and socialist architecture.

Regardless the capital has become the cultural center of Croatia holding the nations cultural diversity. Museums, although not protected themselves, hold collections of protected cultural goods of national significance.