Why is "Zagreb BIG tour" the best experience? This 4 hour panoramic and walking tour will not only show you the main attractions of Croatia's capital and teach you about history and culture but you'll also gonna visit some places that most of tourists are not going to see where locals like to hang out, eat, drink and have fun. In a small group with up to a max of 8 people you will get to meet fellow travellers and still have a very personal experience where you will have a chance to ask many questions and take photos as much as you like. On the panoramic part of the tour we will explore the attractions of the Lower town, have a drink at Jarun lake where locals like to spend their weekends and free time, learn about the history in one of the most beautiful cemetery parks in Europe - Mirogoj and see the "Socialist" architecture of New Zagreb. In the walking part of the tour we will visit the attractions of the Upper town like the: Cathedral, St. Mark´s square, Dolac market, Bloody bridge, Grič tunnel, Museum of Broken Relationship and many more - and of course we will ride on one of the shortest funiculars in the world. Come with us and enjoy.
Hi my name is Adam, I work as a tour guide and run a travel agency which is specialized in organizing city tours and day trips from Zagreb. From the beginning my philosophy was not to do boring tours with telling facts about buildings and monuments but more to have fun and to show people how we live in the city and learn about important and interesting stuff, to visit some places where you experience something authentic.
coffee at Jarun lake or Dolac market
Comfortable tourist minivan
Lower town; Zagreb´s Green horseshoe, Zrinjevac park, Strossmayer park, King Tomislav square, Botanical garden, National theatre, Nikola Tesla street, Mirogoj cemetery, New Zagreb, Jarun lake. Upper town; Kaptol, Cathedral, Dolac market, Tkalciceva street, Bloody bridge, Grič tunnel, Stone gate, St. Marks square, City hall, Lotrsack tower, Museum of Broken relationships, funicular, Cvjetni square, Jelacic square