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 its Austro-Hungarian architecture and it numerous parks. Zagreb has grown on two neighboring hills, Gradec and Kaptol – or just Upper town, with The Blue Funicular that connects Upper and Lower Town and carried the title of the shortest funicular in the world. In Zagreb you can’t miss 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 roof, Lotrščak Tower, Strossmayer promenade, and a lot of narrow streets with a lot of terraces and souvenir shops, Bloody Bridge a small street which connects Tkalčićeva street and Radićeva Street and The King Tomislav Square with it’s neo-Classical and Secessionist buildings and palaces, and Ban Jelačić square as a main Square, Dolac market, and The Croatian National Theatre, Ilica street..
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Meeting in front of previously set location with a driver (coordinated with tour guide) to continue the excursion towards Trakošćan castle; real cultural heritage and extremely well preserved. Today the castle is owned by the Republic of Croatia and in 1954. was established as a museum with a permanent exhibition. This beautiful castle is real “Croatian medieval treasure”.
As this is the most wanted tour, the price depends on the number of people attending or the size of the group.
FROM 80 EURO per pax if 6-8 pax
example: 4 pax 1o5 per pax
(please check the price on phone or mail)
Round-trip transportation from-to your hotel.
Certified English speaking guide
All entrance fees & taxes.
Personal expenses during the tour (drinks or food).
Tips for the guide (non-compulsory).
Duration: 6-7 hours
Sites: city center, old city, historic sites + Trakošćan castle-museum (90 km from Zagreb)