4 places to visit in Croatian Zagreb - Travel Guide

 Sparkling with fascinating history, Zagreb is the vibrant cosmopolitan capital of Croatia. Zagreb is located 122 meters above sea level, between the Sava River and Medvednica Mountain. Impressive sites drenched in natural European brilliance dot Zagreb, dazzling its guests with adventures and captivating experiences. Below, a tour of the most famous tourist places in Zagreb.

Lutersk Tower

Lutersk Tower

Located at the top of Zagreb, the Lutersk Tower dates back to the 13th century and is one of the city's main landmarks. The tower was built to help protect the city's southern gate and offers great views of the city.

Looming over the nearby funicular, Lutersk actually means "thieves' bell". When you're in Zagreb, it's almost inevitable that you'll pass the Lutersk Tower as you make your way around the city.

Lake Garon

Located in the western part of Zagreb, this huge artificial lake is the perfect place to hang out and relax and is very popular with tourists and locals alike. With so many activities on offer, you can kayak and swim in the lake for one minute and cycle and run around the next day.

Its pebbly beaches are the perfect place to soak up some sun. In the summer, the lake hosts the INmusic festival, which is a lot of fun.

Jelacic Square


Jelacic Square

Located in the heart of the city, Jelacic Square is a bustling place full of life and energy. As such, it's definitely worth a pass when you're in Zagreb. With the downtown part all around it, shops, businesses and offices line Jelacic Square.

The constant flow of people passing through the area makes it a great place to people watch. Named after Count Josip Jelacic, his statue stands proudly in the center of the square amidst all the beautiful facades displaying a variety of architectural styles.

Dolac market

Dolac market is bustling with life, as locals come to buy fruits and vegetables. This daily farmers market is only open in the morning; Thus, you will have to get up early to really experience the local side of the city.

It features mostly fresh produce from the farms surrounding the city. A great place to visit, Dolac Market offers an authentic side of Zagreb that not many visitors get to see.


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