Discover the diversity, richness and value of the cultural heritage of Zagreb and its surroundings in its religious and other historical buildings. It is the capital of Croatia, and also the central part of the small state with a population of one million.
Good geographical position at the crossroads of major trade routes made Zagreb one of the leading economic center and a favorite destination for business, congress and cultural tourism. Visitors in Zagreb are offered by over 30 museum-gallery collections with 3,6 million exhibits, more than 20 theatres and few cultural centers. As for cultural-entertaining events, Zagreb is the host of World Festival of Animated Films, Music Biennial, Festival of avant-garde music, the Flower Fair, dance and theatre festival and International Folklore Festival.
This capital with its museums, theatres, galleries, dynamic nightlife, excellent gastronomic scene, a large selection of accommodation, easy access to the Adriatic coast and exciting events, is a must-visit destination. The most important cultural attractions and hotels, many of which are members of international hotel chains, are conveniently located in the heart of the city, all within 20 minutes walking distance.
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Take a tour
This unique tour will give you the possibility to discover one of the mysterious stories of old Zagreb, and to enjoy in spectacular evening view. Besides the cultural attractions, you will also see Zagreb’s nightlife.
By combination of drive and walk you will acquaint with sights and secrets of Zagreb. It is a chance to meet with Donji grad (Lower town), built between 19th and 20th century and its sights.
Samobor is the town situated on east hills of Samoborsko gorje, 25 kilomerters from Zagreb. It is one of the most famous Croatian centers of glass industry, for its parks and kremšnite –delicious cakes.
Thanks to the unique beauty and rich natural fauna, this place has been declared as a park since 1949. And since 1979. by the decision of UNESCO, Plitvice Lakes were entered in the list of world heritage monuments of nature. Around the lake there are wooden walking bridges which connect the walking routes around the lake.
Only 25 km from Slavonski Brod, there is a small quiet Slavonian village. Over there you will visit tourist family household, accompanied by the welcoming hosts who will show their estate. Who once visits Slavonia, always comes back.
This tour is for every one who loves and value history and tradition, and it takes you through Gorski Kotar all the way to the town of Rijeka. Guided sightseeing of Rijeka, afterwards visit to small town Mošćenice; historical place of Illirian tribe Liburna. Tour ends in Opatija- „the pearl of Kvarner Bay“.