In this walking tour of Zagreb, experience its European charm as it pulses around open-air markets, historic quarters and quirky museums.
Croatia’s largest city Zagreb exudes a spirit of a true central European capital. In medieval times, Zagreb was actually two communes, Kaptol and Gradec. Today, they flourish as the Upper town, the historic area. Exploring the wavering alleys between the wondrous Cathedral and the widely recognized church of St. Mark, you’ll find small cafes, traditional restaurants, romantic overlook spots as well as quirky museums. In one such venue, the Museum of Broken Relationships, a collection of tokens of broken love affairs from around the world evokes an emotion common to all of us – the one of craze and hardship of failed love.
‘UNESCO-protected heritage’, ‘Croatian National Park’, ‘most popular tourist destination in Croatia’… this full day tour explains why Plitvice Lakes rightfully own each title they get.
Croatia’s most popular national park sits south of the country’s capital of Zagreb. As you cast out from the bustling city landscapes, relax as they grow replaced by rural imagery enveloped in green forests. In one such area, 16 cascading lakes overflow in a spectacular play of over 90 waterfalls, creating the UNESCO-listed natural spot of Plitvice Lakes. Your guide will explain the inspiring works of nature behind the beauty of Plitvice and you will have a chance to tour around the lakes on a bus, a boat and a hike. After enjoying some time on your own, head back to Zagreb inspired by this heavenly corner of the world.
91,00 € April, May, June, September, October
108,00 € July & August