Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, located in the continental Croatia, between the southern slopes of Medvednica mountain and the banks of the Sava River. It is famous for Austro-Hungarian architecture and numerous parks. Zagreb has grown on two nearby hills, Gradec and Kaptol – or just Upper town, with The Blue Funicular that connects Upper and Lower Town and it is the shortest funicular in the world. Don’t miss a chance to visit these attractions while in Zagreb: The Cathedral built in neo-Gothic style and one of the most valuable monuments of Croatian cultural heritage, Church of St. Mark with it’s famous colorful roof, Lotrščak Tower, Strossmayer promenade, Bloody Bridge – a small street which connects Tkalčićeva street and Radićeva street (The first Croatian journalist Marija Jurić Zagorka wrote a famous novel “Secret of the Bloody Bridge” which contributed to the spread of legend and recognition of the place), The King Tomislav Square with it’s neo-Classical and Secessionist buildings and palaces, Ban Jelačić square as a central Square, Dolac – the biggest market, The Croatian National Theatre, Ilica Street – the main and the longest street in Zagreb.
When you feel tired, take a break and enjoy the coffee on a beautiful terrace in of the charming cafe bars in the city center!
Price per pax:
PRICE UPON REQUEST
Included in the cost:
Not included in the cost:
Personal expenses during the tour (drinks or food).
Tips for the guide (non-compulsory).
Duration: 2 hours
Sites: city center, old city, historic sites