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Ilica is still the backbone of the city. It is even more, the showcase. Long as the big city, with perfect glass palaces and with the small neglected houses you don’t expect in the middle of such vivid capital. Poor and rich stands together. Closer...More
I will start this review by letting you know I don't enjoy shopping, or window shopping which influences my rating. If you like shopping this is the street to travel down in Croatia. It contains a lot of shops, banks with ATMs, restaurants, cafes, and...More
This is one of the longest streets in Zagreb. Otherwise there was nothing very significant. It has a number of good shops. We had been taken there by our guide to buy some curios.
As this street is near Ban Jelasic square, this is quite...More
After walking down from the Upper town using the many steps of the staircase, I saw this busy street full of high-end shops. I just window-shopped and did not buy anything.
There was a helpful English speaking policeman who told me where to wait for...More
Seems like most smaller European cities have a street like this - the longest one in the city with lots of stores, cafes, restaurants. etc. Some of the stores are typical stores you see everywhere but still it is always fun to walk down these...More