Zagreb Croatia Happy Hour Is Inexpensive…For Now


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Relaxing with a beer in a European town square is a great way to spend an afternoon catching up with friends. Last year I had the opportunity to visit Belgium and experience many of the great beers during my Beers Of Belgium Points, Miles & Martinis Happy Hour. In this happy hour, reader Chet the Jet shares his recent photos from a happy hour at one of the many squares in Zagreb, Croatia.

Happy Hour in Zagreb, Croatia

Chet shared that they definitely have an outstanding cafe culture there and we had wondered when everyone actually worked. The beers were reasonable at about $3 each beer. But you better visit Zagreb quickly if you are on a budget because come July 1, 2013 when they join the EU, prices are widely expected to go up.

Ozujsko

Zagreb Happy Hour

I have never been to Croatia so I really appreciated reader Chet the Jet sending in the happy hour photos. We sent him a few packets of Points, Miles & Martinis cocktail napkins to rest his beers on during the next happy hour.

Where was your happy hour this week or where will it be this weekend?

It’s five o’clock somewhere.

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Comments

  1. Why are prices going to go up because they are joining the EU? They aren’t joining the Euro.

  2. Yeah, but with the recent crisis driven in large part by having the same monetary policy embedded in the Euro (controlled by the ECB) without the same fiscal policies (all countries have different governments/budgets) we aren’t likely to see a lot of countries joining the Euro anytime soon so I don’t know that places like Croatia will see prices increasing dramatically anytime soon.

  3. I was just in Zagreb. Beers are $3 even when its not happy hour. I drank many, many ozujskos! They won’t be using the Euro for years so I think we can look forward to many cheap beers. Clothes on the other hand, are an arm and a leg!

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