Tuesday, March 31, 2020
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Zagreb in Croatia Tour Guide And Other Attractions

Are you a traveller, on business or just passing by, you are on right page. Zagreb has become popular destination and every year there are more and more tourists. In the last decade Zagreb has bloosomed and I have fallen in love with my city again.
My aim is to deliver one-of-a-kind experience of local culture. I will take you places where locals go, will tell you stories and legends and recommend you local food, restaurants, clubs, cafe shops, museum, galleries… Picking you up from hotel, hostel, AirBnB located centraly is no problem for me.
Zagreb is a place rich with history and tradition. It hosts many events, such as: Anima fest Zagreb, ZagrebDox, InMusic Festival, Cest is d’Best, Snow Queen Trophy and for the last 3 years (2015, 2016 and 2017) Zagreb has kept title as a best Christmas Market in Europe…There is always something to see and do…
So….whether you are a school group, student, family, VIP, individual or group, person with special needs, LGBT, Gay, Lesbian, bachelor or bachelorette, celebrating Birthday or just want to walk around, all you need is to let me know what you are looking for!
Experience Zagreb’s atmosphere and charm with a true local guide
Enjoy private walking tour through the narrow streets of Zagreb visiting all historic and iconic locations with your personal licensed tour guide. You will be introduced to the personal side of Zagreb hearing stories from the past and present. Past will take you to medieval time and tell you how Zagreb grew from two historical medieval settlements Kaptol and Gradec into one city called Zagreb. And present will show you how locals live, what is their passion and how do they spend their free time and all that through an eye of a local and through the main spots in the city. You will stop at Cathedral, beautiful colourful market Dolac, Tkalčićeva street, the most charming street in Zagreb, Bloody bridge street, Stone Gate. You will see the oldest pharmacy in Zagreb, St. Mark’s Church which is breath taking and unique and if you are lucky you will hear canon at noon from Lotrščak tower. Tour will end at Ban Jelačić Square.
Although it’s the capital of Croatia, Zagreb is sometimes overlooked as a destination by visitors to the country…which is a real shame, because it has plenty to offer! Sure, it doesn’t have the Adriatic sea or beaches, but it has many fine sights, plenty of restaurants, cafes and bars, lots of entertainment and regular events, a huge selection of accommodation (with something for all budgets), some decent shopping and is very easy to reach from elsewhere in Europe. Those other popular Central European cities – Prague and Budapest – have a strong competitor!

The city is divided into three parts: the thousand-year old Gornji grad (Upper Town) which contains the Presidential Palace, the iconic St Mark’s Church, the Croatian parliament (Sabor), and museums and galleries which are all set in cobbled streets lit by gas lamps; the 19th century Donji grad (Lower Town) with its shops, restaurants, cafes, theatres and parks; and the modern post-World War II area of Novi Zagreb (‘new Zagreb’) which is full of high-rise buildings and basically has little to offer visitors.

Zagreb is also called a city of museums as there are more of them per square foot than any other city in the world. But this doesn’t mean that there is nothing else for you to do if you aren’t a history buff. One of the many pleasures that the Zagrebcani (the locals) enjoy is sitting in one of the numerous cafes watching the world go by. In the evening, you can visit one of the many restaurants, sampling a delicious Croatian dish, and finish the day in the one of the bars or clubs. Whatever you choose to do, you are guaranteed to have a good time!

Bikini Scooters Morning, afternoon and night tours of Zagreb by e-scooter! E-scooter rental and private tours also available

A new way to discover Zagreb – by scooter!
Blue Bike Offer a whole host of bike tours of the city, taking in many of the city’s most famous sights. There’s even an early bird tour (starting at 6/7am!) in summer, as well as a forest tour/ride on MTB bikes for those who like the more adventurous side of things!
University of Zagreb Founded in 1699
Walk Zagreb Walking tours with Inga Juraga, a fully licensed city guide
Zagreb Live Webcam of Trg ban Jelacic
Zagreb Tourist Office with plenty of useful information on what to see and do

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