Get to grips with the layout of central Zagreb with a visit to the panoramic terrace on top of the 16-storey ‘Neboder’ (“Skyscraper”), an icon of Croatian modernism that has dominated the main square ever since its construction in 1959. Reopened to visitors in 2013, the top floor was always intended to be a social space, and contained a café, before fading into the back of Zagreb’s collective memory. Zagreb Eye viewpoint offers a spectacular bird’s eye view of downtown Zagreb, the most beautiful way to see the city 360°, and the chance to enjoy changing local-history exhibitions in the space below. It’s also a great place for a relaxing drink, day or night. Perfect for photography with free binoculars and Wi-fi too.