Culture and historical Zagreb and surroundings

Zagreb sightseeing and a visit to the Medvedgrad medieval fortress, chance to absorb Krapina and newly opened Krapina Neanderthal Museum, sightseeing of old towns Karlovac, Samobor will give you full picture of Zagreb and surroundings. Visiting some of the most attractive archaeological monuments in the Zagreb, walking and discovering the secrets of Upper Town, beauty of park Zrnjevac and amazing Cathedral.


Take a private city tour that  start with a walk trough Zrinjevac park which will lead you to the main square called “Jelacic Plac”.


Walking through a 1000 years old stone streets of Upper Town will take you to a time when Counts and Countesses walked those streets.

It’s oil lamps will show you steps of their love and tell a story of lives they lived. Down Town is almost a show room to 18th century baroque buildings such as National theatre and main train station, where influence of a great Habsburg monarchy is visible on each step.

Where? We start at Ban Josip Jelačić Trg (square) 15, the main square, in the backyard.
• When? Start times are EVERY DAY at 10 am or 2 pm, untill late April. During the summer months, the afternoon tour starts at 5 pm, to avoid the summer heat. Please be sure to contact us prior to a tour!
• How long? Usually the Ancient tour lasts 2 – 2,5 hours during which you’ll see everything there is to see. It can be prolonged though, depending on the amount of questions you want to ask! :-)
• How much? Our Ancient city tour costs 23€ per person.

Our Ancient tour is our most popular Zagreb city tour, as it allows you to discover all of the major city sights in an easy and entertaining way, and in less than 2,5 hours. We venture through the Lower Town and Upper Town of Zagreb, visiting our national Theatre, Parliament and Government house, discovering Zagreb’s green horseshoe, learning why we have a “big bang” every day at noon, what’s so bloody about Bloody Bridge and who is stoned at the Stone Gate. You’ll also get tips about the best shopping areas and restaurants, and finally, what’s most important in Zagreb – the best places for coffee, beer or “rakija” (brandy).


Prices and information available upon request

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