Expatriates looking for a city to relocate abroad to may enjoy the Croatian capital of Zagreb.
According to Croatian National Tourist Board freelance tour guide Damjan Beusan, the city is a "pocket-sized capital".
The representative said that the atmosphere in the region sets it aside from other capital cities, as it is more relaxed, with lots of open space and green areas.
He explained it has a "laid back atmosphere" and a populace of around one million.
It is the only city in Croatia to have a population of this size, making it the cultural, governmental, cinematic, economic and sporting centre of the country.
The region is quite cheap and contains plenty of good coffee bars and restaurants, as well as festivals, art, museums and exhibitions, Mr Beusan said.
"If there's nothing to do and you don't know where to go, you can just sit outside and drink a cup of coffee," he added.