Zagreb market comes into its own

The Croatian capital, Zagreb, has been largely overlooked by foreign property investors in favour of the country’s holiday hotspots Dubrovnik and the Istrian peninsula along the Adriatic Sea.

14th October, 2006

The Croatian capital, Zagreb, has been largely overlooked by foreign property investors in favour of the country’s holiday hotspots Dubrovnik and the Istrian peninsula along the Adriatic Sea.

An increasing number of Irish investors are availing of the varied mix of properties and developments in both city and coastal areas.

However, most investors are not as familiar with Zagreb as other eastern European capitals such as Prague and Budapest, yet it is a...

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