ZAGREB Old Town Walking Tour

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Tour type:
private tour
Traveller's rating:
On this tour you won't view the city thought the bus window, but experience Zagreb as it was meant to be seen – by taking a walk through the medieval old center of the city, through many side streets and alleys, squares and important sights that shaped our city as it is today. Croatia has many parts, each little part has its own past, influences, language, taste, smell and sound that makes us who we are – become part of us if only for this short time and learn what it's like to be a Purger
  • Group size:
  • 1-30
  • Language:
  • can be organized in Croatian, English, German, Italian, French, Catalonian, Portuguese, Spanish, Japanese as well as other languages upon request
  • What is included:
  • licensed professional local guide. Other possibilities can be added upon request
This recommended 2 hour* walking tour covers all the main sights and stories including:
  • Ban Jelacic square
  • Zagreb’s cathedral
  • Dolac market
  • Tkalčićeva street
  • M.J. Zagorka
  • Bloody bridge
  • St. George
  • Stone gate and the miracle
  • Oldest Pharmacy & N. Alighieri
  • St. Marks square and church
  • Croatian Parliament building
  • Nikola Tesla/Old city hall
  • Naïve art
  • Broken relationships museum
  • Lotrščak tower
  • Furnicular
  • Strossmayer’s promenade
  • Ilica street
...however it can be changed according to your needs and wishes
This is our recommended tour, however it can be changed partially or completely upon your wishes and needs.
 
Price depends on the number of people:

Number of people  Price in EUR
1-2  50€
3-5  70€
6-10  80€
more than 10 upon request
This price is only for a two-two and a half hour guiding of a licensed guide.
Additional services like meals, drinks, tastings, accommodation or transportation are not included in the prices above, however it is possible to add them for an extra charge upon request
Even through this tour has almost no stairs, there will be parts where we walk uphill and on uneven path, for which we recommend you to dress accordingly.



 


 

Photography & Video: Marko Vrdoljak in cooperation with Zagreb Tourist Board & Convention Bureau

Editing: Dražen Zeljković
Music: Zvonko Tešić
www.zagreb-touristinfo.hr



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