The nine hundred year-old city of Zagreb is the capital and largest city of Croatia with more than 800,000 inhabitants on an area of 641.22 km2. Its flourishing economy and rising standard of living have been accompanied by a steep rise in the number of private cars beyond the city. Public transport consists of buses, trams, funicular and suburban trains. There are more than 200 km of bicycle trails, although a real network is still missing. The city centre boasts a lot of pedistrian areas, parks and green areas.