Half day tour: 15:00 – 17:00h
Zagreb is the capital of Croatia, located in its continental part, between the southern slopes of the Medvednica Mountain and the banks of the Sava River. It is famous for its Austro-Hungarian architecture and numerous parks. Zagreb was founded on two neighbouring hills, Gradec and Kaptol. The blue funicular that connects the Upper to the Lower Town carries the title of the shortest funicular in the world.
When in Zagreb, you cannot miss one of the most valuable monuments of the Croatian cultural heritage – the Cathedral built in the Gothic Revival style, but also St. Mark’s Church with its famous roof, the Lotrščak Tower, the Strossmayer Promenade, and a lot of narrow streets with many outdoor terraces and souvenir shops. Cross Krvavi most (the Bloody Bridge), a small street connecting Tkalčićeva and Radićeva Streets, which was made famous by the first Croatian journalist Marija Jurić Zagorka, who wrote about it in her well-known novel “The Secret of the Bloody Bridge”, which contributed to spreading of the legend and popularity of the place. Make sure to visit King Tomislav Square with its neo-Classical and Secessionist buildings and palaces, Ban Josip Jelačić Square as the main Zagreb’s square, Dolac as the city’s biggest open market, and the Croatian National Theatre, as well as Ilica Street, the main and the longest street in Zagreb, full of shops.
Price per person: 30 euro
Includes: a professional tourist guide
Minimum: 10 people per group