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Daily Bike Tour of Zagreb
"Our guided tours start every day at 10 am and 5 pm during season (May - September) and at 10 am and 2 pm during off-season (October - April). We offer our tours rain or shine! Feel Zagreb its vibe history hidden parks and old craft shops. Imagine yourself cycling through the heart of historic Zagreb and learning about the past and present of the Croatian capital from a guide who will tell you stories share little known fun facts and let you in on many local secrets. Well
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Feel the Pulse of the City - Zagreb Walking Tour
"Meet your licensed local guide in park Zrinjevac (in front of the Music pavilion) the most beautiful park of the famous Green horseshoe of Zagreb. Get introduced with the rich history of the capital of Croatia that dates back to medieval times. We continue across the focal point of the city the Main square – ban Jelacic towards the Cathedral. The Cathedral is one of the greatest landmarks of Zagreb. Your guide will explain the origins of the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary all the difficulties it has sustained and today’s renovation. Our route takes us to vibrant Tkalciceva street or better known as ''the bar street' which always has a stream of people. We are going to talk about the philosophy of lounging and other everyd the best spot for panoramic views of Zagreb rooftops and landscape. We will not miss the new official ''kissing spot of Zagreb'' Lotrscak tower that houses the Gric cannon which is responsible for the oldest ongoing tradition of Zagreb and Saint Mark’s Church. This particular church with its picturesque rooftop is the most frequent postcard sent from Zagreb
From EUR20.00
 
Walking Tour of Zagreb and Museum of Broken Relationships Entrance
"Depart from Ban Jelačić Square nearby the Cathedral. Enjoy a sightseeing tour through the city with a professional guide where you will see great sights such as the Lotrscak tower Klovicevi Dvori the Sttrossmayer promenade Stone gate Bloody Bridge street and many other highlights of this beautiful town. After the sightseeing you will return to the starting point of your tour. In addition
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Useful Apps

I recommend you to bring mobile phone (preferable some Android 2.3 and up with addition "QR code" reader). Useful apps: - Guide trough city’s most significant locations...
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Money

Croatia's currency is the Kuna. I was told that I shouldn't change money at the railway station because of the commission there. I then actually got my Kunas out of a ATM machine. One Euro is...
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Advent in Zagreb

In Croatian tradition Advent (from the Latin word "adventus" meaning coming) is time of expectant waiting and preparation for the celebration of the nativity of Jesus at Christmas. Advents starts on...
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Map of Zagreb

On arrival in Zagreb, don't forget to pick up a free map of the town at the Tourist Information Office. The map includes proposals for walking routes and an overview of the tram network and the...
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The statue of August Senoa

The statue to famous Croatian writer and poet, August Senoa, leaning against an advertisement pillar, designed by Marija Ujevic - Galetovic, stands on the corner of Vlaska and J. Branjuga street....
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guide book

I brought the DK Eyewitness Travel guide to Croatia. As mentioned elsewhere, the capital city comes after the beach resorts...As usual I did find it useful for reading prior to arrival although...
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Zagreb In Your Pocket

This is a city guide which is published 6 time per year, so it is constantly updated. In addition, it will have information about upcoming events such as concerts or exhibitions.You can download...
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Maps and more

The tourist office in Zagreb is very good with providing free maps etc. You cannot buy the inyourpocket guide at kiosks but you can ask for it at the tourist office. Make sure you ask for the...
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Hotel Esplanade, The Regent now

Hotel Esplanade in Mihanoviceva street is the most beautiful hotel of Zagreb, built in 1925. It is the Classic yesteryear type of hotel. It was completely renovated, few years ago, and joined to the...
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The Vojkovic-Orsic-Rauch Mansion

The most attractive building in the Upper Town, the Vojkovic-Orsic-Rauch Mansion in Antuna Gustava Matosa street, at the present time the Croatian History Museum. Both, the Upper and the Down Town,...
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Fountain with the statue of Holy Mary

Fountain with the Statue of Holy Mary stands opposite to the Cathedral. On this picture there are details from the lower part and the fountain. During the day it is one of the bussies square in the...
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Weather changes easily

Depending on the season, be prepared for the weather. Winter is usually very cold, and the temperature often goes below zero. So be sure to pack warm clothes (jumpers, coats, ski jackets, scarf, cap,...
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HOT AND COOL

Be sure to pack for both cool and warm weather. I experienced a range in temperature from really cool to really hot in Zagreb. Month Avg. High Avg. Low Mean Avg. Precip. Jan 37°F 28°F 32°F 2.10...
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Deck o Cards

Pack of cards , journeys to and from Dalmatia are a bit long and can be livened up by playing cards . Also confuses the crap out of the locals who may now think there's a card game called "...
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Top Hotels in Zagreb

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Mihanoviceva 1, Zagreb, 10000, Croatia
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Gajeva 1, Zagreb 10 000
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Trg J. J. Strossmayera 10, Zagreb, 10000, Croatia
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Kneza Borne 2, Zagreb, 10000, Croatia
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Branimirova 29, Zagreb, 10000, Croatia
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Ilica 14, Zagreb, 10000, Croatia
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Top Things to Do in Zagreb

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Ban Jelacic Square -Trg Bana Jelacica

part two of my tips with more pictures around the square. Trg bana Josipa Jelaèiæa or Ban Jelaèiæ Square is the largest Square in Zagreb and is located at the boundaries of Upper Town and Lower Town....
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Cathedral - Katedrala Marijina Uznesenja

The Cathedral was first built around 1217 and destoyed by the Mongols in 1242 and a few years later restored. The Ottomans did build a fortification around the church, partly still there. In 1880 the...
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Lake Jarun

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...
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Donji Grad - Lower Town

unlike the Dornji Grad (Upper town) where you can do a walking tour around the Kaptol and Gradec Areas, the Lower town or the Downtown area of Zagreb is not conducive to a walking tour as the...
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Gornji Grad - Gradec

Gornji Grad is also known as the medieval center of Zagreb and is the Hill and is also known as Upper Town, situated along the Gornji Grad Hill and is also known as Medvešèak in Croatian Language. It...
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Croatian National Theatre - HNK

just a stone's throw away from my hotel Westin Zagreb is a large Austro-Hungarian Palace Like Structure which is now the Croatian National Theatre (HNK) in Zagreb. The theater was in 1985 when Croatia...
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"ZAGREB MY HOME TOWN"
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"Love at first sight - Zagreb"
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"Underrated Zagreb"
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"Zagreb - city of blue trams"
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"Going through some changes..."
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