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Come, see, hear the stunning sights, and sounds of Zagreb.

Immerse yourself within the history and culture of Croatia’s capital on a tour of the most important landmarks.

And not only this, but something unusual as well – while walking you will have a chance to discover the universe in miniature proportions (Sun, Mercury, Earth, Mars, Venus), and additionally to get to know Zagreb before it was there. How come? Your guide will help you to find it out.

Experience the warmth of local people alongside your tour guide, with more than 10 years of experience. With the guide that was born, grown up, and lives in Zagreb all her life and who knows the city like the back of her hand.

This 2-hour free tour includes:

Upper and Lower town – with the following itinerary:

King Tomislav’s Square – J.J.Strossmayer Square – Zrinjevac Square – Ban Jelacic Square – Bogoviceva Street – Flower Square – Ilica – Funicular – Lotrscak Tower – St. Catherine’s Square – St. Mark’s Square – Stone Gate – Bloody Bridge – Tkalciceva Street – Dolac (main market) – Cathedral

Tour details:

Language: English

When: 17:00h, according to the booking date schedule

Meeting point: South side of King Tomislav Square, at the Statue of King Tomislav

The groups are small (up to 10 people) to ensure the highest quality for you.

Therefore, booking is required: at least 24 hours prior the tour starts.

Cancellation is free, but please, you should do it at least 24 hours prior the tour starts.

Price: Free (tipping is not a must, but welcomed at the end of the tour – depends on your budget, and your satisfaction with the tour 🙂




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As a big fan of travel, I got a chance to know many countries on almost all continents, but every time I return to my city, I fall in love with it again.

In 2009, I took the professional exam to become a licensed tourist guide for the city of Zagreb and the Zagreb County, in English and Croatian languages.

Since then, I have been conveying this love for Zagreb to more than six hundred people from all over the world, presenting my city through interesting stories and facts, with funny but educational way at the same time.

I was born and grown up in Croatia during the time of former Yugoslavia, so I am very familiar with that period, and I can credibly evoke that time to you.
On the other hand, as I live in Zagreb all my life, I can very well present you the time after Croatian independency as well.