Zagreb is a special city with so many things to offer. It is very unique with its historical center that is quite spread out. In the Zagreb Essential tour we will visit its main sights, all of which are situated in the Upper and Lower Zagreb – the two parts that constitute the historical center of Zagreb. Within the two hours it is possible to see the main sites, to see and understand the development of Zagreb throughout the centuries into what it is today.
Normally we start this tour from your hotel, or from some well-known landmark in the city, like the Cathedral, the tourist office on the main square (Square of ban Josip Jelacic), etc. Places that we will see in this essential tour of Zagreb are:
Jelacic (Main) square, Kaptol and the Cathedral, Dolac market, Tkalciceva street, Bloody bridge street, Stone Gate, St. Marko’s square and the Parliament, Greek catholic church, Katharine’s square, Southern vista viewpoint, Lotrschak tower, the funicular, Ilica street, Flower square. Depending on time and where we start from, we may also see Theatre square, Zrinjevac park and the King Tomislav square.
As this is a two hour tour of Zagreb, it is best fitted to those who don’t have much time for seeing more of Zagreb, or for those who just prefer more to explore things on their own. Whatever it is, this tour would give you an idea and insight about he history of Zagreb and its present state.
|START/RETURN LOCATION||The lobby of your hotel, or anywhere else in the city center.|
|START TIME||Any time between 8am and 7pm|
|NUMBER OF PEOPLE||1 – 40|
|Pricing||15 euros per person for minimum of 4 persons, or base cost of 50 euro.|
- Zrinjevac Park,
- Palaces of the Lower Town
- Ban Josip Jelačić Square
- Manduševac foutain
- The Cathedral
- Dolar Market
- Tkalciceva Street
- Bloody Bridge
- Stone Gate
- St. Marco’s Square
- Katarina Square
- Lotrščak Tower
- Ilica Street
- Flower Square
Depending on the pace of walking and from where the tour starts, it is possible to see some more attractions during this tour, such as the Theatre Square and the King Tomislav Square.