Zagreb Attractions

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Donji Grad (Lower Town)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 3 Reviews

The modern center of Zagreb might not be as strikingly picturesque as its higher altitude neighbor, but Donji Grad, the ‘Lower Town’, is still the focal point ...  Read more

Gornji Grad (Upper Town)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 3 Reviews

Encompassing the medieval hilltop settlements of Kaptol and Gradec, Zagreb’s Gornji Grad (Upper Town) is the capital’s historic district, looking down over the ...  Read more

Mimara Museum (Muzej Mimara)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 3 Reviews

With its grand neo-Renaissance façade presiding over Roosevelt Square in Zagreb’s Donji Grad (Lower Town), the Mimara Museum (Muzej Mimara) is impossible ...  Read more

Stone Gate (Kamenita Vrata)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 3 Reviews

The dramatic Stone Gate (Kamenita Vrata) marks the eastern entrance to Zagreb’s medieval Gornji Grad (Upper Town) and is one of the city’s most iconic ...  Read more

Strossmayer Promenade

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 3 Reviews

Running along the remains of Zagreb’s medieval defense walls and marking the southern border of the Upper Town (Gornji Grad), the Strossmayer Promenade is one ...  Read more

Zagreb Cathedral of the Assumption

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 3 Reviews

With its gothic spires towering 105 meters over Zagreb’s Gornji Grad (Upper Town), the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary (or simply, Zagreb ...  Read more

Croatian National Theatre (HNK)

The imposing, daffodil-yellow Neo-Baroque edifice of HNK Zagreb dominates Trg maršala Tita, the northeastern link in the network of parks around Zagreb’s ...  Read more

Jarun Lake

Affectionately nicknamed the ‘Zagreb Sea’ by landlocked city dwellers, the pebbled beaches of Jarun Lake offer a scenic alternative to Croatia’s coastal ...  Read more

Jelacic Square

The living heart around which Zagreb beats, Jelačić Square was built in the mid-19th century when Croatia was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and it ...  Read more

Lotrscak Tower

Marking midday with a single shot from the famous Grič cannon since the late 19th century, Lotrščak Tower is one of the oldest buildings in Zagreb’s historic ...  Read more

Maksimir Park (Maksimirirski Perivoj)

Laid out back in 1794, Maksimir Park (Maksimirirski perivoj) was the first of Zagreb’s many parks and remains the largest, covering a vast 316-hectare plot ...  Read more

Mirogoj Cemetery

It might seem surprising that a cemetery features on Zagreb’s list of top tourist attractions, but the exquisite Mirogoj Cemetery is no ordinary graveyard. ...  Read more

Mount Medvednica

Rising to heights of over 1,000 meters and surrounded by forested foothills, Mount Medvednica (‘Bear Mountain’), looms over the city of Zagreb and makes an ...  Read more

Museum of Naive Art (Hrvatski Muzej Naivne Umjetnosti)

Largely regarded as the first museum of its kind in the world, the Croatian Museum of Naïve Art (Hrvatski Muzej Naivne Umjetnosti) is one of Zagreb’s most ...  Read more


With its narrow cobblestone streets and pastel-painted buildings, overlooked by the ruins of the 13th century Stari Grad fortress, Samobor is one of Croatia’s ...  Read more

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