Population of Cities in Croatia (2018)

0
Over 1 Million
3
100,000 to 1 Million
38
10,000 to 100,000
  • Zagreb
  • Split
  • Rijeka
  • Osijek
  • Zadar
  • Slavonski Brod
  • Pula
  • Sesvete
  • Karlovac
  • Varazdin
  • Zagreb- Stenjevec
  • Sibenik
  • Zagreb - Centar
  • Sisak
  • Velika Gorica
  • Vinkovci
  • Vukovar
  • Dubrovnik
  • Bjelovar
  • Koprivnica
  • Pozega
  • Solin
  • GJakovo
  • Zapresic
  • Cakovec
  • Virovitica
  • Samobor
  • Kutina
  • Metkovic
  • Petrinja
  • Zupanja
  • Rovinj
  • Makarska
  • Nova Gradiska
  • Krizevci
  • Sinj
  • Knin
  • Slatina
  • Trogir
  • Brezovica
  • Porec
  • Daruvar
  • Cepin
  • Podstrana
  • Ogulin
  • Beli Manastir
  • Nasice
  • Valpovo
  • Labin
  • Opatija

Situated on the Adriatic sea, the Balkan nation of Croatia has two main cities: Zagreb and Split. Zagreb is the capital and largest city, and is located in the northwest of the country, along the Sava river. The administrative, educational and economic center of the country, Zagreb has a population of 809,932 in the city and over 1.1 million in the greater urban area. Zagreb is also an important transport hub with road, rail and air travel options that reflect its position as a capital city where central and southeastern Europe meets the Mediterranean.

Croatia's second-largest city is Split, situated on the country's eastern coast. A popular tourist destination, Split is known for its stunning beaches, as well as museums and architectural remains that date back to the Roman period. The city is the location of Diocletian's Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage site and famous Roman monument. Split has a population of around 180,000, although this increases to almost 350,000 for the wider metropolitan area.

Croatia has 0 cities with more than a million people, 3 cities with between 100,000 and 1 million people, and 38 cities with between 10,000 and 100,000 people. The largest city in Croatia is Zagreb, with a population of 698,966 people.

Zagreb

Zagreb is a city with a rich history dating from the Roman times to the present day.

698,966

Split

The city of Split was built for the Roman emperor in 305 CE.

176,314

Rijeka

Rijeka has been selected as the European Capital of Culture for 2020.

141,172

Name 2018 Population Location
Zagreb698,966Map
Split176,314Map
Rijeka141,172Map
Osijek88,140Map
Zadar71,258Map
Slavonski Brod60,742Map
Pula59,078Map
Sesvete52,411Map
Karlovac46,833Map
Varazdin41,808Map
Zagreb- Stenjevec41,257Map
Sibenik37,112Map
Zagreb - Centar37,000Map
Sisak35,748Map
Velika Gorica35,072Map
Vinkovci33,314Map
Vukovar29,584Map
Dubrovnik28,428Map
Bjelovar28,275Map
Koprivnica25,579Map
Pozega21,153Map
Solin20,212Map
GJakovo19,491Map
Zapresic17,624Map
Cakovec15,867Map
Virovitica15,665Map
Samobor15,221Map
Kutina14,886Map
Metkovic13,941Map
Petrinja13,868Map
Zupanja13,842Map
Rovinj13,533Map
Makarska13,446Map
Nova Gradiska13,329Map
Krizevci11,597Map
Sinj11,524Map
Knin11,182Map
Slatina10,973Map
Trogir10,960Map
Brezovica10,884Map
Porec10,499Map
Daruvar9,863Map
Cepin9,548Map
Podstrana9,129Map
Ogulin8,755Map
Beli Manastir8,713Map
Nasice8,213Map
Valpovo7,943Map
Labin7,943Map
Opatija7,888Map
Umag7,807Map
Drenova7,638Map
Tenja7,376Map
Novska7,306Map
Belisce7,232Map
Crikvenica7,156Map
Kastel Stari7,052Map
Ivankovo6,728Map
Visnjevac6,680Map
Omis6,597Map
Kastel Novi6,411Map
GJurgevac6,349Map
Vodice6,146Map
Gospic6,118Map
Buzet6,059Map
Ilok5,926Map
Otok5,887Map
Pitomaca5,740Map
Senj5,518Map
Ivanec5,461Map
Jastrebarsko5,445Map
Kastel Luksic5,425Map
Darda5,420Map
Biograd na Moru5,285Map
Novi Vinodolski5,282Map
Gunja5,058Map
Borovo5,056Map
Kastel Kambelovac5,027Map
Pazin5,010Map
Krapina4,725Map