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Stop At: Jelacic Square (Trg Bana Josipa Jelacica), Zagreb Croatia
Jelačić Square is Zagreb's main square situated below two historical hills. It is the place where Downtown of the City begins. It's beautiful mostly 19 century eclectic arhitecture will guide you into its interesting history.
Duration: 20 minutes
Stop At: Zagreb Cathedral, Kaptol, Zagreb Croatia
Zagreb Cathedral situated on the hill of Kaptol is a beautiful example of Neo-gothic architecture that was in fashion in Europe of 19th century. Cathedral is dedicated to the Assumption of Holly Virgen Mary and to kings Saint Stephen and Saint Ladislav. Lots of interesting stories about the city, Kaptol and Cathedral are kept in this beautiful building and will be revealed to you once we visit it.
Duration: 25 minutes
Stop At: Dolac Market, Zagreb Croatia
Dolac market is by far the most visited place in Zagreb. Popularly called the belly of the city, it is where you get introduced to Croatian gastronomy. It is where the real everyday life of the city can be seen.
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: Stone Gate, Kamenita ul., 10000, Zagreb, Croatia
Stone Gate is the last preserved gate of the old town of Zagreb and a pilgrim's place with a long tradition. The citizens of the old town passed through that gate every day going to work on fields and coming back to the safety of the fortified town. Created in 13th century and known for its miraculous painting intact in the fire, it is one of most important parts of Zagreb’s touristic attractions.
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: Upper Town (Gornji Grad), Zagreb 10000 Croatia
Zagreb's Upper Town (Gornji Grad) is a charming historical place full of small streets, ex palaces from noble families, museums, galleries and cafe shops. Most of its architecture dates from 18 and 19 century. Here you will find saint Mark's church, one of the symbols of Zagreb, Tower of Lotršćak, part of the defense walls, the oldest pharmacy in Zagreb and lots of interesting stories that will take you back to medieval time when documented history of this hill starts.
Duration: 40 minutes