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ZAGREB Downtown

1. Location
Visit us at Petrinjska 83, 10000 ZAGREB, CROATIA
Find us on Google Maps: Google maps Link.
Coordinates:45.80599627269391, 15.980436900110417

The Zagreb Downtown branch is located in the city center. If you come by train, the office is 240m from the Central Station. When you exit the station building, cross the pedestrian crossing and turn right, pass the Hotel ‘Central’ and turn left into Petrinjska Street, you can already see our Dollar & Thrifty sign and office on the right side of the street.

If you are coming by bus, you can get from the bus station by tram numbers 2 and 6, ride 3 tram stops and get off at the station (Central Station), go back 100m, pass the Hotel ‘Central’ and turn left into Petrinjska Street, where on the right you will see no. 83 and our office. Don't forget to buy AND cancel your tram ticket at the entrance to the tram. You can buy a ticket at a kiosk (Tisak, iNovine) or from the tram driver.

2. Office hours
Our office is open from:
Mon-Fri: 08:00-20:00
Sat: 08:00-14:00
Sun: 08:00-12:00

3. Car return
The vehicle is picked up and returned in front of the office, find us on Google Maps: Google Maps Link. I kcoordinates:45.80599627269391, 15.980436900110417

4. Car return outside office hours
To return the vehicle outside of office hours, the vehicle is parked in the first free (marked in white) street parking space closest to the office (it can also be within 1 to 2 streets from the office), if it is necessary to pay for the parking of the vehicle please do so (instructions below), provide us  the location of the parked vehicle (via WhatsApp at +38514836466, by phonecall, email zagrebdt@subrosa.hrl, handwritten message inside the vehicle documents),and  insert the key and the vehicle documents into the key box located at the office door.

5. Additional instructions
Parking is charged on weekdays from 07:00-22:00, Saturdays from 07:00-15:00, and Sundays free of charge, tickets can be purchased at street vending machines with coins (exact amount) or card, when purchasing, select ZONE I, length of parking (half an hour, 1 hour, max. 2 hours), enter the registration number of the vehicle without the HR country code. The parking ticket can also be bought at kiosks (Tisak, iNovine).

6. Emergency instructions
In urgent cases, you can contact us by calling the office number +38514836466 and WhatsApp, email zagrebdt@subrosa.hr.

A few interesting facts about the city of Zagreb, capital of Croatia:

Zagreb is the capital of Croatia, situated in the foothills of Mt. Medvednica, cultural, financial, commercial and educational center of the country.

Although the Zagreb area has been settled ever since prehistoric time, the first written mention of the city dates back to 1094 when the Diocese of Zagreb was founded, and the foundations of Zagreb Cathedral were laid. The city is divided into three parts: the thousand-year old Gornji grad (Upper Town) which contains the iconic St. Mark’s Church, Lotrscak tower, Stone Gate, various museums and galleries all set in cobbled medieval streets lit by gas lamps still; the 19th century Donji grad (Lower Town) with its shops, restaurants, cafes, theatres and parks; and the modern post-World War II area of Novi Zagreb ("New Zagreb").

City is within easy day trip distance of countless sites of natural beauty and cultural heritage.
Mountains, rivers, lakes and the Adriatic Sea are all within 2 hours drive, just the thing to do with a rental car.

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