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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
From EUR35.00
 
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
From EUR28.00

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Avoid Money Echange Shops

Many Other countries in the world don't charge Commision Rates in the Money exhange transaction but here in Europe and even in Zagreb, most Bureau De Change charge a commision fee from 3% to 18% per...
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Watch out for Airport Zagreb Taxi! ;)

My first ever trip abroad didn't start with great news. While arriving on Zagreb international airport I took a cab in front and ended being charged 300 kunas (40 euros) for a 11 mile trip to the city...
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No Food on the Train

It is a 6 hour train ride from Zagreb in Croatia to Belgrade in Serbia. We caught the 6am train from Zagreb which commenced in Zagreb.I cannot tell you if the through train from Switzerland is any...
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No Serbian Currency Available

If you plan to travel on to Serbia you will not find any where to exchange your money in Croatia. Not in your hotel...not in a bank nor at an exchange office. None at Gatwick airport in UK either.So...
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Be VERY wary of taxi drivers in Zagreb

If you simply get into a taxi (outside the railway station, bus station,etc) and state your destination, be prepared to pay through your nose. Check with Information at the railway station before you...
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Zagreb Airport - DONT Take The TAXIS!

Once you arrive in Zagreb and you want/need to head into town, dont take the Taxi as the are renoun for overcharging "foreigners" (ie. anyone that doesnt come from Zagreb!) The "normal" charge for a...
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Don't confuse Belgrade and Biograd!

If you want to get to Belgrade in Serbia don't get get confused.Say Belgrade Serbia.Some Ticket sellers don't think that you want to go to Serbia and sell a ticket to Biograd in Croatia. Go back to...
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Don't use taxis in Zagreb

Taxis are most probably the most expensive transportation method in Croatia, probably in Europe as well. The prices are hugely exaggarated, and add to that that the taxi drivers are going to try to...
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Gimme money man

This little guy allowed me to take the picture while he was performing his "music", but I had to pay 10 kuna (1,20 euros). Some other Gipsy guys are not so cute and polite. If they are selling...
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This is not a trap tip

THIS IS NOT A TOURIST TRAP!!!A small and old souvenir shop in Radiceva street offers very cute miniature buldings from Zagreb made of ceramics. During the high season, mostly in front and around the...
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Lotrscak tower -- a trap worth falling into

A tourist trap but for the best of all possible reasons – it’s unmissable. Best way to approach it – up the hill on the funicular from Tomiceva off Ilica, then up the spiral stairs and out on top for...
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There is no need to give money...

There is no need to give money to the beggars on the streets, unless you see that they are really disabled. There are sooo much (mostly)Gipsy woman and kids wondering around with babies in their arms...
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Bulldog Pub at Bogovicena 6 is...

Bulldog Pub at Bogovicena 6 is an overpriced place where people pay to gawk and be gawked at. They do have a good beer selection but the Tomislav is far more expensive and not as good as in its...
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Internet joint

There a a few places around town to get online, but surfer beware! Don't waste all your time in here catching up with your VT friends!
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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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Mirogoj Cemetery

The huge Mirogoj cemetery, with its shady, tree-lined pathways, was first laid out in 1876 and not completed until 1929. It provided, and provides, a burial ground for all the city's residents...
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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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