The Top tourist attractions in Zagreb

Bogovićeva street, Zagreb, Croatia photo credit by Croatian Attractions
Bogovićeva street, Zagreb, Croatia photo credit by Croatian Attractions
Bogovićeva street, Zagreb, Croatia photo credit by Croatian Attractions
Nikola Tesla statue, Zagreb, Croatia photo credit by Croatian Attractions
Nikola Tesla statue, Zagreb, Croatia photo credit by Croatian Attractions
Nikola Tesla statue, Zagreb, Croatia photo credit by Croatian Attractions
Statue-of-Saint-George-killing-a-Dragon-Zagreb-Croatia
Statue-of-Saint-George-killing-a-Dragon-Zagreb-Croatia
Statue-of-Saint-George-killing-a-Dragon-Zagreb-Croatia
Zagreb-funicular, Croatia
Zagreb-funicular, Croatia
Zagreb-funicular, Croatia
Zagreb-Museum-of-Broken-Relationships, Croatia
Zagreb-Museum-of-Broken-Relationships, Croatia
Zagreb-Museum-of-Broken-Relationships, Croatia
Zagreb-tourist-train, Croatia
Zagreb-tourist-train, Croatia
Zagreb-tourist-train, Croatia
Ban Jelačić Square, Zagreb, Croati9a, Boytronic Photography
Ban Jelačić Square, Zagreb, Croati9a, Boytronic Photography
Ban Jelačić Square, Zagreb, Croati9a, Boytronic Photography
St. Mark's Square, Zagreb, photo by Matko M. Švarc
St. Mark's Square, Zagreb, photo by Matko M. Švarc
St. Mark's Square, Zagreb, photo by Matko M. Švarc
National Theatre, Zagreb, Photo by M. Švarc
National Theatre, Zagreb, Photo by M. Švarc
National Theatre, Zagreb, Photo by M. Švarc
THe king Tomislav statue, Zagreb, photo by Matko M. Švarc
THe king Tomislav statue, Zagreb, photo by Matko M. Švarc
THe king Tomislav statue, Zagreb, photo by Matko M. Švarc
Zrinjevac pavilion, Zagreb, Croatia, photo by Matko M. Švarc
Zrinjevac pavilion, Zagreb, Croatia, photo by Matko M. Švarc
Zrinjevac pavilion, Zagreb, Croatia, photo by Matko M. Švarc
Kamenita vrata, Stone gate, Zagreb,photo by Matko M. Švarc
Kamenita vrata, Stone gate, Zagreb,photo by Matko M. Švarc
Kamenita vrata, Stone gate, Zagreb,photo by Matko M. Švarc
Zagreb cathedral, photo by Matko M. Švarc
Zagreb cathedral, photo by Matko M. Švarc
Zagreb cathedral, photo by Matko M. Švarc
Meštrović pavillion, Zafreb, Croatia, photo by Matko M.Švarc
Meštrović pavillion, Zafreb, Croatia, photo by Matko M.Švarc
Meštrović pavillion, Zafreb, Croatia, photo by Matko M.Švarc
Zagreb, Bogovićeva Street, Croatia photo credit by Matko M. Švarc
Zagreb, Bogovićeva Street, Croatia photo credit by Matko M. Švarc
Zagreb, Bogovićeva Street, Croatia photo credit by Matko M. Švarc
Zagreb, Flower square, Croatia photo credit by Matko M. Švarc
Zagreb, Flower square, Croatia photo credit by Matko M. Švarc
Zagreb, Flower square, Croatia photo credit by Matko M. Švarc
Bogovićeva street, Zagreb, Croatia photo credit by Croatian Attractions

The Croatian capital is a perfect place for all those who have a limited time to spend there and a full idea of what kind attractions they might want to see. Just in case you feel a little lost with all the sights you’d want to see, here’s what experience and observation have taught us when it comes to top attractions in Zagreb. Tourists are crazy about traditional places that represent old Zagreb as it was before, so the Dolac market, Upper town and The Stone Gate firmly hold top spots in attractions of this city. The most important traffic is surely blue electric tram that makes the city recognizable and there is The Blue Funicular that connects Upper and Lower Town and carries the title of the shortest funicular in the world, with a track of only 66 meters. The funicular officially started on October 8th, 1890. and it is protected as a cultural monument, one of the tourist attractions in Zagreb. Fans of monumental architecture will find themselves pleased when they see the Zagreb Cathedral and St. Mark’s church with its famous roof. The central location of all of Zagreb is the Ban Jelačić square, a place that is never empty nor sleeps. From there you can catch a tram to anywhere in town, but just the ride in the tram is also something we would recommend, only to feel like a Zagreb local for a day or two. Some top-rated attractions that are entirely new are the Museum of Broken relationships, located in Upper Town. It has gained significant popularity in recent years among the locals and foreigners because of its unique approach to the topic of the museum. The second „newer“ attraction popular among tourists is not that new, but it has also gained popularity in recent years. It is the Zagreb Christmas market that has been around for years, but in the last few years, it has grown in a very modern way and was also named the best one in Europe two years in a row. Therefore, the tourists can’t be wrong, Zagreb has some fantastic attractions to experience, and we name just a few of them. The rest await you!

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