Jarun was a swamp until 1987, when it was turned into an artificial lake and water sports center. Lying 4km (2 1/2 miles) southwest of the city center and ringed by footpaths, it’s a popular venue for rowing and sailing. In summer locals come here to sunbathe and swim. It’s also home to some of the capital’s liveliest bars and discos—being so far from the center, noise is not a problem here. Each year in July Jarun Lake hosts the three-day IN Music Festival, with past performers like the Pixies and Iggy Pop. It is served by tram no. 17 from Jelačić Square.
Our Rating Prices Entrance to Jarun is free
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