• Booksa

    © Matt Field/Time Out

    © Matt Field/Time Out
  • Booksa

    © Matt Field/Time Out

    © Matt Field/Time Out
  • Booksa

    © Booksa

    © Booksa

Zagreb’s prime literary club also doubles as a café, a collective run by two enthusiastic women. There is a symbolic membership fee of 10kn/year, but members can then enjoy WiFi, carefully chosen music, a laid-back atmosphere and regular events that include readings by the big beasts of the local literary scene – with occasional ones by visiting English speakers. Thursdays are reserved for unplugged concerts by local musicians. The twice-weekly Mercredi Français pulls in the capital’s Francophone community. There’s also a small library of English-language books. Good coffee and several varieties of leaf tea help to make Booksa well worth the quick tram ride or ten-minute walk from the centre.

Venue details

  • Address:

    Booksa
    Martićeva 14D
    Zagreb

  • Phone number:

    +385 1 46 16 124

  • Website:

    http://www.booksa.hr

  • Opening hours:

    11am-8pm Tue-Sun

  • Transport:

    Tram 1, 9, 13 & 17 to Trg žrtava fašizma