Alluring, blooming, flourishing and welcoming – that is Zagreb in springtime! This is a perfect time of the year to enjoy ideal weather, beautiful scents coming from first spring flowers and nice city strolls through downtown parks. Make sure to pay a visit to Zagreb’s open farmers’ market Dolac, since it is a cultural sight as much as a produce buying experience. Have a cup of coffee in one of the numerous cafés, because sipping coffee for hours is a well-known ritual and an absolute must.
While in Zagreb, take the time to meet all the magnificent people that run local stores and crafts, because they give the city its character and bring it to life. To make your decisions easier on
which gifts to buy – luckily, you have your copy of Insight Design Guide!


Dear Traveler,

The festive time of the year is again at our doorsteps. This year, as every year, we are spoiled by a plentiful choice of products from around the world. But, this year you might do something a little different than the others; rather than buying something mass-produced, go and hunt for the special items made in your area, at home or on vacation. It is those items that further enrich your experiences and leave you with a good feeling.

Enjoy a beautiful winter stroll through our charming wonderland, and for an easier decision-making process on which gifts to buy, luckily, you have the Insight Design Guide!



1. Croatia Airlines offers direct flights to 39 destinations in 24 European countries, introducing this year four new direct lines. Can you tell us a bit more about the expansion of your international routes?

During this year’s summer season, Croatia Airlines flew directly to 39 destinations across 24 European countries. This is the second consecutive year in which Croatia Airlines expanded its network, offering four new international routes. In terms of the Scandinavian market, Croatia Airlines increased the frequency of the flights per week to this region; beginning in May, we included three new destinations – Stockholm, Helsinki and Oslo. Also in May, the airline introduced direct international flights between Zagreb and Bucharest. Last year, the company introduced direct flights from Zagreb to Lisbon, Milan, Prague and St. Petersburg, which were also carried out this tourist season. Thus, within a period of 365 days, Croatia Airlines’ passengers were been offered as many as eight new international routes. As a result of this network expansion, the company is able to provide strong support for the development of Croatian tourism and contribute to the overall business sector.

2. Numerous visitors have an opportunity to discover magnificent Croatian destinations flying with Croatia Airlines. Which flights are available from Zagreb to other Croatian cities?

Croatia Airlines, in its 28 years of existence, has connected Croatian cities with the most important European centres and, through them, the entire world. The airline connects Croatia with major European cities: Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Belgrade, Berlin, Brussels, Bucharest, Copenhagen, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Helsinki, Lisbon, London, Lyon, Milan, Munich, Oslo, Paris, Prague, Pristina, Rome, Sankt Petersburg, Sarajevo, Skopje, Stockholm, Tel Aviv, Venice, Vienna, and Zurich. In Croatia, the airline has flights to Zagreb, Bol, Dubrovnik, Osijek, Pula, Split and Zadar.

3. Since November 2016 the airline has been offering business class passengers an inflight food program called ‘Inspired by Croatia’. Which meals are featured in that inspiring offer?

The menu, created for business-class passengers, has become the most important feature of every airline. Keeping this fact in mind, Croatia Airlines implemented the Inspired by Croatia project, which led to the creation of the new menu. The menu was carefully prepared for several months and the best way to present the Croatian delicacies was to use autochthonous ingredients prepared in accordance with traditional recipes. Thus, on a Croatia Airlines flight you can taste the Traditional pie, Beef stew, Turkey with homemade pasta, Lamb with millet, Marinated white fish, Carob and Split cake etc.


Dear visitors,

We are proud to present the new issue of Insight Design Guide. It is the ultimate guide for Zagreb’s shopping scene. The best way to discover the city is by interacting with the locals.

What better way to do that than to snoop through the little artisan shops of the city. We’re certain you will not regret it!


Ožujsko name originated from the Croatian word for month March, „ožujak“, because it has traditionally been considered the best month for brewing lager beers. On the other hand, nickname Žuja came from consumers as a sort of a shorter term for Ožujsko.When thinking about it, having a nickname means someone considers you close, considers you to be a part of a group or a team, so we decided to use this connection our consumers made with our beer and continue to communicate it.

When it comes to Zagreb and its citizens, Ožujsko has a direct connection with it as it is its birthplace. Zagrebačka brewery has been part of not only working life, but also cultural one since its opening in 1892. Zagreb is our home and Ožujsko is proud to be its favorite beer and growing as such each year. This makes us proud, not only because it is a reflection of succeeding in our goal to delight our consumers and bring them only the best quality of beer, but also, it tells us that we are good neighbors.

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Warmer seasons are ideal for trying our Beer Mixes – Ožujsko Limun and Ožujsko Grejp. These flavored drinks mixed with beer offer thirst quenching refreshment and are excellent choices for both men and women. Whether relaxing on a beach or just in need of one, our Beer Mixes are a perfect choice. And low alcohol enables you to continue afterwards with your daily chores and responsibilities. So, just tune out all the background noise, chill and enjoy the moment!


We are glad that we had a chance to speak to the Ožujsko team, special thanks to Ema Dragojević for all the info. For more information about Ožujsko beer, visit