Mesmerizing Zagreb – Guided Walking Tour
Through sightseeing and storytelling experience some of the most iconic pearls of Zagreb, Croatia’s capital known for its vibrancy, joyful atmosphere and diverse tourism offer. Learn about the history of this fascinating city as you start your journey from Ban Jelačić Square, Zagreb’s central point decorated with mesmerizing monuments. Visit medieval settlement of Kaptol, the oldest district in Zagreb. Witness the second tallest building in Croatia and one of the most monumental sacral objects in Europe. Feel like a local as you explore the city’s best-known farmer’s market. Stroll the historic Tkalčićeva street where intriguing stories combine with captivating views. Additionally, explore Upper Town by taking a walk through Radićeva street, one of Zagreb’s oldest streets. Upon arrival in the old part of Zagreb, explore its main square which blooms with inspiring corners, including St. Mark’s church, one of Zagreb’s most iconic buildings. Stroll the most romantic promenade of Zagreb and end the tour at Lotrscak Tower from which breathtaking views of the entire Zagreb are provided.
- Professional local tour guide
- Fee for Funicular Railway: 0.66 EUR
- Admission fee to Tower Lotrščak: 2.66 EUR
- Admission fee to Church of St. Catherine: 2.85 EUR
Route & Duration
Ban Jelačić Square
It is the center of the Zagreb Downtown pedestrian zone. Ban Jelačić Square is the largest square and most famous landmark in Zagreb.
Kaptol - ecclesiastical settlement
Kaptol is a part of Zagreb, Croatia in the Upper Town and it is the seat of the Roman Catholic archbishop of Zagreb.
The Zagreb Cathedral
Zagreb Cathedral, on the Kaptol, is a Roman Catholic cathedral-church and not only the second tallest building in Croatia but also the most monumental sacral building in Gothic style southeast of the Alps.
The famous Dolac market in the heart of Zagreb is a must-see! You can buy fresh food, meet lots of people and have a drink with a nice view.
Tkalčićeva Street is the most beautiful vibrant street in Zagreb. It is filled with small boutiques, traditional shops, restaurants, and cafes.
It is one of the oldest streets in Zagreb.
The stone gate
The Stone Gate is the most significant oath site in Zagreb
St. Mark's Square
St. Mark's Square is located in the old part of Zagreb, called Gradec or Gornji Grad. In the center of the square stands St. Mark's Church.
St. Mark's church
The 13th-century St Mark’s Church is one of Zagreb’s most emblematic buildings. Its colorful tiled roof, constructed in 1880, has the medieval coat of arms of Croatia, Dalmatia, and Slavonia on the left side, and the emblem of Zagreb on the right.
The baroque palace as it is today, where sessions of the Croatian Parliament are held.
The street is famous for its glorious and beautiful buildings, it was also called Nobles’ Street
Church of St. Catherine
The Church of St Catherine of Alexandria is the most famous Baroque church in Croatia.
The Strossmayer promenade
The Strossmayer promenade is the best place for panoramic views of Zagreb. One of the most romantic promenades in Zagreb.
Zagreb Funicular is not only the shortest funicular in the world but also the oldest and first means of public transportation in Zagreb.
Lotrscak Tower was built in the middle of the 13th century to protect the south city gate. You can climb to the top for a 360-degree view of the city.
At the Ban Josip Jelačić Statue (Ban Josip Jelačić Square, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia) See Map
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.