To mark Croatia’s accession to the EU, a representative exhibition titled “Transparent Beauty – Glass from Croatian Museums”, has been opened simultaneously at three of Zagreb’s many museums. This unique museum project has been organized by the Archaeological Museum, the Museum of Arts and Crafts and the Mimara Museum. With the help of 33 other museums from all over Croatia, this exhibition provides the perfect opportunity to appreciate the importance of the holdings of Croatia’s museums. The exhibition presents the diversity of glass artefacts which have been crafted in Croatia over the past four thousand years. The story begins at the Archaeological Museum, which showcases valuable glass items dating back to the period between the 2nd millennium before Christ and the Middle Ages. Visitors can also see selected exhibits from the holdings of the archaeological museum collections from all over Croatia. The Museum of Arts and Crafts features pieces which span various stylistic periods, from the renaissance until the mid 20th century, and thus continues not only the story of glassmaking in this area, but also testifies to Croatia’s contribution to European heritage and the art of living. The exhibition features more than 360 glass exhibits from the museum’s collection and provides visitors with an insight into the diversity of shapes and styles reflecting the evolution of glass production over the centuries. Works by some of the most significant masters, best renowned workshops, and 20th century pieces by Croatian authors such as Antun Motika and Raoul Goldoni puts our museum on a par with museums across the world. The finale of this unique, four-thousand-year-old story takes place at the Mimara Museum, where one can view works by contemporary Croatian glass artists, including Kuzma Kovacic, Kazimir Hraste, Drazen Trogrlic and Gordana Drinkovic, who have also designed the exhibition’s souvenirs.

The exhibition will remain open until October 13th. One ticket is valid for all three museums, which are all within walking distance of each other.

More About Zagreb


12th INmusic Festival


19.06.2017. – 21.06.2017. @Jarun


Croatian Tattoo Convention ZAGREB 2017


19.05.2017. – 21.05.2017. @Student Centre Gallery


17th Naj, naj, naj festival


19.04.2017. – 23.04.2017. @Zagreb


ZagrebDox – International Documentary Film Festival


26.02.2017. – 05.03.2017. @Centar Kaptol


Zagreb Boat Show


22.02.2017. – 26.02.2017. @Zagreb Fair Congress Center

Veribo Apartments

Great apartments, great prices!

Bedroom in studio apartment

Exclusive GREEN STUDIO apartment – TS1

Exclusive studio apartment ideal for a business stay or for a romantic getaway.

Dnevni boravak

Apartment SUN

Penthouse can accommodate up to 8 people, 4 bedrooms, and spacious 50m2 terrace. 2 free parking spaces.

Living room


Be in the center of the city buzz: surrounded by parks, shops, events, and trams, yet when you close the door enjoy a quiet place to rest.

Livingroom apartment MOON

Apartment MOON

Perfectly located in the very center of Zagreb, this one bedroom apartment will give you the benefits of living in walking reach to all the best sightseeing and shopping spots, trendy restaurants and nightlife, while offering a private retreat in a quite residential building.

Livingroom - HAPPY

Apartment HAPPY HOME

Small but comfortable studio apartment is situated near “Kvaternikov Trg”, and 20 minutes walk from “Ban Jelačić” square.

Diningroom - BLUE RS

Apartment BLUE

Spacious 1-bedroom apartment provides the comforts of a hotel with all the benefits of a private apartment. Free parking

New Image6

Apartment AURORA

Spacious 1-bedroom apartment provides the comforts of a hotel with all the benefits of a private apartment. Free parking place.

Locations of Our Apartments

Map with locations of all apartments

All of our apartments are located in the city of Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. You can view the location of all of the apartments on the interactive map.

Map of Zagreb

Design by: Dizajn Zona 42
© 2009.-2018. Veribo Koncept d.o.o.

Solution Graphics