Top-Rated Tourist Attractions and things to see/do in Zagreb
Wherever you go in Zagreb, you will feel the atmosphere of a city. Like many other cities, Zagreb has a new face, as it has an old one. There is something special in it's buildings and streets, squares and parks...
You will find yourself walking through a city with a thousand years history, where every brick has it's own story. It is easy to get lost in the memorials of the past or even skip a few. Many of Zagreb’s most popular attractions and sights are within walking distance.
As a true metropolitan centre, many religions have found their place in Zagreb, making it a place of faith & tolerance. Most sacred and religious sites are located in Zagreb Upper Town.
The funicular to the Upper Town is the oldest mean of public transport in Zagreb, and because it has preserved its original appearance and building construction it is protected by law as a cultural monument.
The colourful city street in the very heart of the city centre was created in the valley between the two oldest Zagreb settlements of Gradec and Kaptol.
St. Mark's Church is one of the oldest buildings in Zagreb, located on St.Mark's Square and easily recognisable by its colourful roof. The church is protected by the Republic of Croatia as a cultural heritage. Its usually open only during Mass times.
Peaceful and inspiring, Mirogoj is an unique graveyard with specific artistic and architectural value and historic significance - one of the most attractive places in Zagreb ! Mirogoj is the biggest achievement of Croatian sepulchre architecture and considered one of the most beautiful European cemeteries.
Flickering candlelight, silent prayer and hope will greet you as you pass the Stone gate and wonder what this place is. The Stone Gate is the most significant oath site in Zagreb. Feel free to stop by, light a candle and pray for health, happiness, good luck and love.
In the last decade, British Square became the favourite Sundays meeting place for trendsetters and nostalgic gentlemen in search on antiques and antique-like items, either for decorating their trendy flats or just for a trip down the memory lane.