This glorious garden is home to over 10 000 plant species, numerous park benches, lily pads galore and ducks that quack.
The garden has 10,000 species of plants and plenty of restful corners and paths.
Botanical Garden -Trg Marka Marulića 9 -Running parallel to the railway tracks, the Botanical Gardens form the southern part of the green belt known as Lenuci’s Horseshoe. -Every spring since the late 19th century the gardens have opened their gates to the public. Pride of the gardens is the…
The Zagreb Botanical Garden is a botanical garden located in downtown Zagreb, Croatia. Founded in 1889 by Antun Heinz, Professor of the University of Zagreb, and opened to public in 1891, it is part of the Faculty of Science. Closed for winter rest between December and Easter.
“For best, and only authentic dish from Zagreb area - the štrukli- go to this place! ”
“The Croatian National Theatre should be a definite stop. Surrounded by colorful tulips, this elegant, yellow building with extraordinary neo-baroque architecture and a fabulous dome is another city’s notable landmark. Many world-known names have performed on its stage so it’s an ideal chance to experience high-class ballet, drama or opera performances at affordable prices! If you managed to book last-minute tickets or you’ve already planned your visit to this spectacular building, be prepared to be amazed by its interior. Gilded columns, frescoed ceilings, marble details, and luxurious chandeliers exude elegance. Don’t forget to dress up!”
“You can watch a demonstration of Nikola Tesla's experiments with electricity and magnetic field tue-fri at 15.30 h, sat & sun at 11.30 h”
“The Museum of Broken Relationships (Croatian: Muzej prekinutih veza) is a museum in Zagreb, Croatia, dedicated to failed love relationships.”
Point of Interest
“Ivan Meštrović was a Croatian artist, a rare and one of a kind talent. The Well of life is one of his famous works located in front of Croatian National Theater. Just across the Theater is Faculty of Law, and in front of it another sculpture from Meštrović: Mother.”