The medieval Lotrscak Tower (Kula Lotrscak)was built in the 13th century to protect the city gates.
Every day at 12:00 h a canon is fired from the tower, giving the citizens of Zagreb the chance to... more
Jarun is Zagreb's sporting and recreational centre. Here you can rollerblade, cycle and walk along the tracks that surround around the lakes. You can also swim, row, sail, cable ski or even go fishing... more
Zagreb's main landmark is the Cathedral of the Assumption. The original church was badly damaged by sieges of the Tartars and by an earthquake.
The two impressive bell towers (104 and105 m) were... more
Just a hop, skip and jump away from the train station you can find Zagreb's Botanical Gardens, which have been open to the public for more than one hundred years. Admission is free, and once inside... more
The Prislin Tower is one of the best preserved parts of the defensive fortifications, which were built in the 15th and 16th century.
Its purpose was to protect Zagreb's Cathedral and the bishop's... more
What an experience! This was my first time on one of these machines but I will certainly do it again. The tour includes all the sights of the upper and lower town but the highlight is the Segway... more
To be honest, I don't know much about the Evangelists and have never entered into this church, although have passed by so many times. It is situated in the center of the city, very close to Croatian... more
The Croatian National Theatre (Hrvatsko Naradno Kazaliste) was finished in 1895 according to the design of two Viennese architects (Hellmer and Fellner).
The Neo-Baroque building is surrounded by... more
Don't miss to take a stroll over Croatia's famous farmer market Dolac. The farmers from the surrounding villages offer a wide selection of high quality products.
All kinds of fruits and vegetables... more
If you visit Zagreb, it is almost inevitable that you will fond yourself sooner or later in Ban Jelacic square. It seems to me to be the centre of the whole city.
It is just below the Market area,... more
ZAGREB, AGRAM, ZAGABRIA, three different names for the same place called home.
Zagreb is the city you just have to know better, it has a thousand faces, great historical heritage and the exceptional...
My first and last stops in Croatia were in Zagreb. When I originally sat down to plan my itinerary, I hadn't planned to spend any real time in Zagreb. I was only going to rush through the airport on...
I've lived here my whole life and [as every city] it has its pros & cons, but it all depends, I guess... Sometimes you're simply fed up with the traffic & the ppl., but sometimes [although rarely,......