Zagreb guided walking tour – We shall see Zagreb’s ups and downs, hill-wise speaking. Take a peek inside the famous Zagreb’s cathedral, then into some less famous, but still intriguing corners of the city. Visiting the Dolac market is great experience for all the senses so is the walk down the narrow old town streets filled with cafes and tiny restaurants offering the unforgettable gastronomic experience. Let me tell you the stories of the Bloody bridge, the Stone gates and the mysterious painting, the secret tunnel and some recently revealed to the public, secret staircases, gas lamps, old palaces, new palaces, the cannon, the witches and other medieval fantasy creatures. Still under the impression of the old medieval town, we shall take the funicular ride down to the 19th century Lower town to relax in its beautiful green parks overlooking some of the most charming palaces. If you are a bit of a sweet tooth like myself, we could take a sweet break at a sweetshop, having a bite of the famous custard pie called kremšnita and of course, a lovely cup of coffee. Once in Zagreb, it will forever stay in your heart.
Now, can you picture yourself having
a good time in Zagreb? And, yes you will!
Walking city tour includes: 2 hours guided sightseeing tour + surprise gift & cup of coffee in one of the best local cafes. Price: 80 euros
Panoramic & Walking city tour includes: 3 hours guides sightseeing panoramic & Walking tour + surprise gift + coffee in one of the best local cafes. Price 100 euros