Fill your mind and your stomach during this 5-hour excursion combination sightseeing, history, and food in Zagreb. Travel by foot and vehicle through the Croatian capital, visiting city landmarks including the Green Horseshoe, medieval Upper Town, and St. Mark’s Church. As you explore you’ll stop to sample Croatian treats such as ‘strukli’ pastry, salami ‘kulen,’ and more.
Combine sightseeing with food tasting during a Zagreb city tour
Get an overview of Zagreb's Green Horseshoe and its many parks during car-based sightseeing trip
Step into Zagreb's city center for a walking tour of its medieval Upper Town and funicular
Sample Croatian delicacies like 'Strukli' (pastry) and 'Gemist' (wine mixed with mineral water)
Great way to combine Zagreb's top landmarks and its mouth-watering food on a single tour
Receive a morning pickup in an air-conditioned vehicle from centrally-located hotels in Zagreb or in Trg Nikola Subic Zrinski. You’ll begin the first portion of your Zagreb excursion by vehicle, listening to an overview of the city’s history and its key landmarks from your guide. During the drive you’ll get a glimpse of the Green Horseshoe, Mirogoj Cemetery, and the eight of the city’s main parks and squares.
Then step out of the vehicle and continue on foot during a walking tour of the city center. Start in Zagreb’s Lower Town, where you’ll visit the main square and admire the main cathedral. Then take a stroll through the farmer’s market and head to the Zagreb funicular, where you’ll take a ride on what’s believed to be one of the shortest such cliff railways in the world.
You’ll end your ride at Zagreb’s Upper Town, where you’ll check out St. Catherine’s Square, colorful St. Mark’s, and Lotrscak Tower. Make sure to enjoy the views of the city down below before exiting the Upper Town via its ancient medieval stone gate.
Finish your Zagreb wanderings with a series of visits to local restaurants, offering an opportunity to sample some authentic Croatian cuisine. You’ll savor included bites of Croatian delicacies like “Strukli” (pastry), salami “Kulen,” Zagreb chocolate, and either “Punjene Paprika” or “Sarma” (depending on the season). Wash it all down with a drink of “Rakija,” coffee, tea, or “Gemist” (wine mixed with mineral water). Finish your trip in the early afternoon near Zagreb’s 360-degree Observation Deck.