Guided Tour #1: Upper Town (Kaptol, Gradec, St. Mark's square, Strossmayer promenade...)
In this walking tour, you will see how the beautiful city of Zagreb emerged from medieval villages on the southern slope of
Medvednica Mountain and will come to recognize the main symbols of the city, its architecture, and sculptures. You will walk along the oldest streets in Zagreb, where famous poets,
counts, and bans (the noble title used in Central and Southeastern Europe) once lived, and hear stories of the legendary warriors who defended this city throughout its history.
This part of the city was built in the period from 12th to 19th century. Seven hundred years of history will be revealed to you in three unforgettable hours.
Guided Tour #2: Upper and Lower Town (...Green Horseshoes, Botanical Garden, Croatian National Theater, Hotel Esplanade...)
This tour includes Guided Tour #1 and continues on to other important historical sites in the city including the elegant Green
Horseshoe (a set of seven squares and parks), major Zagreb squares, and the most famous buildings of the 19th and 20th centuries. All along the way, you will hear stories from the
lives of renowned Zagreb artists, innovators, and writers.
The tour will cover the history of Zagreb from the 11th to the 21st century. You will experience these 900 years in five memorable hours.
Prices and conditions
The price of the Guided Tour #1 for the group is 375 kn.
For individuals, the price is 150 kn per person and departure at 10:00. There is a discount for families with children: 2 children up to 18 years of age, accompanied by 2 paid adults are going for free.
The price of the Guided Tour #2 for the group is 500 kn.
The groups can specify their own departure times. The price includes a licensed tourist guide for Croatian, Italian, and all taxes.
Within both tours, there is a possibility of rest and within larger tour for longer break for lunch.
The content of each tour can be changed according to the customer's ideas.
St. Mark's Church
The upper town
King Tomislav Square
The city guide explains
Ban Jelačić Square
Ban Josip Jelačić
The lion in the upper town
Croatian National Theater
The tour is over
Zagreb is the capital of the Republic of Croatia, and has a population of over 790 000 residents within the city limits and more than one
million in the region. The city was built on the southern slopes of Medvednica Mountain at an average altitude of over 120 m. In the south part of the city, development
across the Sava River began in the 20th century. Historically, the town developed from two settlements, Gradec and Kaptol, which today represent the old town core.
In the second half of the 19th century and in the period until the 1st World War, Zagreb took on the look of a modern Middle European city.
In 2017, Zagreb hosted more than 1.25 million tourists.
Annual tourism growth is more than 10%. A remarkable growth rate is expected in the first half of 2020 when Croatia chairs the European Union.