JELAČIĆ SQUARE


Zagreb’s main orientation point and the spiritual if not geographic heart of the city is Ban Josip Jelačić Square. This is where people meet and the starting point of every sightseeing tour. This is the place that we refer to as Zagreb’s city center.


MAKSIMIR PARK


The Maksimir Park is a peaceful wooded enclave covering 18 hectares. Opened to the public in 1794, it was the first public promenade in Southeastern Europe and is landscaped like an English garden style park with alleys, lawns and artificial lakes.

LOTRŠĆAK TOWER


The Lotrščak Tower was built in the middle of the 13th century to protect the Zabreb’s southern city gate. For the last hundred years, a cannon has been fired every day precisely at noon commemorating an event from Zagreb’s history.


BOTANICAL GARDEN


Relax in the lovely Botanical Garden, laid out in 1890. In addition to 10,000 plant species, including 1,800 specimens of the tropical flora, the landscaping has created restful corners and paths that seem a world away from the bustling Zagreb.

KLOVIĆEVI DVORI

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The Klovićevi dvori Gallery is located in the old part of Upper Town in an old Jesuit monastery. This gallery is very successful with many a modern exhibition. Right now, the gallery is hosting the world famous exhibition Bodies Revealed.


CONTEMPORARY ARTS MUSEUM


New Contemporary Arts Museum is really breathtaking and it is the best representation of Zagreb’s rich cultural and artistic scene. It is easily accessible by tram or bus and is near one of the biggest shopping malls in Zagreb.

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