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Zagreb’s Craft Beer Revolution Tour 

Zagreb’s Craft Beer Revolution Tour 

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King’s Tomislav Square, Zagreb,(header) photo by Matko M. Švarc

This is a unique walking tour that weaves together the history of Croatia’s beautiful capital with the experience of tasting the country’s finest craft brews, matched with its incredible traditional cuisine – all in six hours.
The tour begins with an assemblage by the statue of Croatia’s first king – king Tomislav, after which we proceed to walk through the nearby mesmerizing parks that form the so-called “Green Horseshoe.” Here we start the story of Zagreb’s history – how the city went from being a small provincial town of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy to the capital of the Republic of Croatia.
At one of Zagreb’s most stunning squares – the square of the Republic of Croatia with the Croatian National Theatre and the headquarters of the several centuries-old University of Zagreb, we make our first stop. At this point, everyone gets the chance to taste the first three chosen brews produced by the multiple award-winning Croatian brewery.

Craft beer & Čvarkuša, Zagreb, Croatia

Craft beer & Čvarkuša, Zagreb, Croatia

Zagreb’s Craft Beer Revolution walking Tour

We continue our walking tour by focusing on Zagreb’s multicultural aspect and its history. For instance, three different religions and their ‘churches’ only a few minutes walk away from each other – the Catholic Cathedral, the Serbian Orthodox Church, the Evangelic Lutheran Church, and the location where was the Jewish Synagogue until the 2nd World War.
Subsequently, we make another pause – under the shadow of the centennial trees in the beer house’s courtyard, Croatia’s most significant and oldest “craft” brewery. In the yard, we taste the “kružnik”, a palette of brewery’s 7 most celebrated brews, along with Zagreb’s authentic beer buns – “čvarkuše”.Once we’re finished, we head towards Zagreb’s very core- it’s the main square.
Let’s find out how it came to be and what significantly happened here over the centuries, from mass protests to celebrations. Next, we will visit the “belly of the city”. Dolac is Croatia’s most prominent farmers market – one that has been hosting a countrywide variety of butchers, fishermen, and farmers for nearly a century.
After we visit the market, we will see
Zagreb’s “Beer Alley”. At this point, we take our penultimate break at a nearby pub and its breath-taking terrace. We taste 4 Croatian craft brews at the pub while learning about the century-long conflicts between two of the city’s hills – Grič and Kaptol.

Petrica Kerempuh Square, Opatovina, Upper town, Zagreb, Croatia, Boytronic photography

Petrica Kerempuh Square, Opatovina, Upper town, Zagreb, Croatia, Boytronic photography

photo by Ozren

photo by Ozren

Zagreb’s “Beer Alley”

Our historical beer tour will end at the best pub in Zagreb, famous for its traditional cuisine and for its own brews that have been amassing ever more awards in recent years. In fact, their brews have become so successful that they decided to start bottling them. That’s the ‘bonus track’ of our tour, as our guests can continue degustation at home (or at a hotel).
From this point onwards, there are no time limits.
Everyone is guaranteed a local delicacies meal and the opportunity to taste at least three types of the brewery’s homemade brews.

Photo by Elevate on Unsplash

Photo by Elevate on Unsplash

  • Dress Code
    casual
  • Included
    historic sites
    old city
    Personal Guide
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    5 Star Accommodation
    Airport Transfers
    Breakfast
    Entry Fees
    honeymoon
    public catamaran transfers

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