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Zagreb, the most populated and capital city of Croatia.

It is located in the northwestern part of Croatia. It resembels unique architecture from the baroque era to today. Some of most famous are the Saint Stephen Cathedral, Saint Mark Church, main Ban Jelačić Square, Croatian national theatre, Mimara museum.

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Nature Park Medvednica

Nature Park Medvednica mountain is located in the north of the city, 1035 meters above the sea level. It's exceptional beauty is the reason why Medvednica is very popular tourist location. You can find approx. 70 hiking trails and 9 interconnected circular bike trails. If you go all the way to the top, you will see Sljeme, small but famous ski resort. Other attracions to visit: Rudnik Zrinski (mine) and cave Veternica. If you decide to go to the park, you can choose to go by car, public transport, bike or by foot.

Zagreb ZOO within the Maksimir Park

Zagreb ZOO was opened in 1925 and it is home of approx. 2200 animals and 275 species. ZOO is a part of the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums and the European Endangered Species Programme.

Zagreb Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Zagreb Cathedral is one of the most important Zagreb's landmark. It was built in 11th century and is 108 meters high.What will you see in the Cathedral? Amazing design details and Neo-Gothic architecture, Albrecht Dürer triptych – altar painting of Golgotha, beautiful chandeliers in the centre and in front of the Cathedral – stopped clock at 7:03, the same time when earthquake hit Zagreb in 1880.
Zagreb Cathedral opening hours? Monday – Saturday 10:00-17:00, Sunday 13:00-17:00

Mirogoj cemetery

One of the most attractive places in Zagreb, Mirogoj cemetery has beautiful architecture and a very interesting history. It can be called open gallery because you can see a touch of many artists. All religions are respected and you will discover the graves of writers, poets and composers who have succeeded in imposing the Croatian language during the Austro-Hungarian empire.
Opening hours: Monday – Saturday 6:00-20:00

Croatian National Theatre

10 minutes walking distance from Zagreb ban Jelačić square you can find this Neo-baroque landmark established in 1895, designed by the Viennese architects Ferdinand Fellner and Herman Helme. You can watch performaces: Drama, Ballet and Opera. Don't forget to dress up!

Lotrščak Tower

In memory of Zagreb's history, every day, for over hundred and ten years, the cannon fires from the top of tower Lotrščak exactly at noon. Sited in the Upper Town, the tower originally was part of the city’s defences, and later served as a prison

Shopping centers

If you like to shop, there are many shopping centers in Zagreb: Arena centar, Avenue Mall, WestGate, City Center East and City Center West.

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