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  • Rastoke & Plitvice Lakes National Park Tour from Zagreb

    1. Rastoke & Plitvice Lakes National Park Tour from Zagreb

    Leave Zagreb and head to the Lika region. The first stop on the itinerary is the picturesque watermill village of Rastoke, located at the confluence of the Slunjčica and Korana rivers. Take a stroll through the town to admire the unique rural architecture. The tour continue on to Plitvice Lakes National Park. This is Croatia’s oldest and most visited national park, listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1979. For centuries, water has formed waterfalls and created 16 crystal-clear lakes in this area. Enjoy the outstanding natural beauty of the forest landscape and the lakes that are connected by a series of waterfalls. Board an electric boat to cross Lake Kozjak and learn more about karst formations and the abundant animal life in the park. Become one with nature, enjoy the clean fresh air and marvel at the breathtaking views that surround you. The guide will be with you and you...

    Amazing place and very well organized tour. The guide (Lukas, if I remember correctly the name) was very kind. Moreover he is really expert in the history of the places that we visited and the country, and he was very passionate in talking about these topics and answering to all our questions.

  • Zagreb: 2.5-Hour Croatian Homeland War Tour

    2. Zagreb: 2.5-Hour Croatian Homeland War Tour

    Discover how it was it to live in Zagreb during the turbulent years of its recent history. Firstly, visit the World War II underground tunnels presenting the history of Croatia and Zagreb through the 20th century including World War II, almost 50 years of communist Yugoslavia and the fall of communism in Croatia through the Homeland War. The tour continues to a basement used by locals as a shelter during the air raids on Zagreb where the details of the Homeland War are presented through a video presentation. The tour finishes off in the Museum of Bombing of Zagreb with the exhibition focusing on the effect the war had on Zagreb.

    This was one of the best and most important tours I have taken. Lucca designed and gives a tour that opens your eyes to the history of Croatia and the recent wars by showing you as well as telling you what it was like for him and his family. Most of us never lived through a war, and I came away with a deeper understanding and thought Lucca was super informative and a great guide, who kept my attention throughout. Don't miss this tour! It will bring Zagreb to life for you with a deeper understanding. A real 5 star tour!

  • Zagreb: 3–Hour Classic Bike Tour

    3. Zagreb: 3–Hour Classic Bike Tour

    Discover the basic sights and attractions Zagreb has to offer to its guests. Your local guides will tell you all you need to know about modern-day Zagreb and the way people live and spend their time. Choose between a morning or an afternoon tour. Start your adventure from the supplier's shop, where your guide and bike will be waiting for you. Explore the magnificent old buildings of the Upper Town, and reward yourself with a nice descent towards the Lower Town. Learn the details of incredible events and people who shaped Zagreb into this beautiful mid-European capital.  Pick up a bottle of spring water before the tour so you can refresh yourself at any time, and stop for a break in the middle of the tour to have a free espresso like locals, and with locals! Find out about the best spots for dinner, shopping, romantic walks, trendy places, and other sightseeing opportunities.

    Three hours well spent. Robert was very passionate about his city and really friendly. Highly recommended

  • Zagreb: 3.5–Hour Traditional Culinary Walking Tour

    4. Zagreb: 3.5–Hour Traditional Culinary Walking Tour

    Croatian cuisine is diverse, representing each region, its tradition and roots from the ancient times to modern days. The differences in the selection of foods and their preparation are most notable between the mainland and the coast. Join a food tour for a unique opportunity to taste them all at one bite. Meet your guide in front of the Ban Jelačić Statue at the main city square and make sure you start the tour with an empty stomach. Learn about Croatian tradition and Zagreb’s story from your guide while strolling from restaurant to restaurant. During your tour, sample up to six traditional Croatian dishes and drink up to four wines. Get familiar with the distinctive tastes of each of the five regions, enjoy the most typical wine samples that pair best with traditional Croatian dishes and learn a considerable amount of local history and culture.

    Dino was a fantastic guide. Extremely knowledgeable and great to be around. would definitely recommend to anyway looking for some good eats and history of the city

  • Istria Day Tour From Zagreb

    5. Istria Day Tour From Zagreb

    Be collected at your accommodation in Zagreb and drive for approximately three hours to Pula. This is the biggest city and the center of the Istrian peninsula. The city was founded by an ancient tribe in the 10th century B.C. and it was well known by Greek travelers and sailors so is mentioned in many Greek myths. In the 1st century, the Romans made the city strong and today the vivid remains of this era can be explored. Pula Arena is one of the best-preserved amphitheaters in the world and will take you back in time as you imagine gladiators battles. Other examples of Roman architecture to discover are the Temple of Augustus and the gates to the city including the Arch of the Sergii and the gate of Hercules.  Continue your journey for 45 minutes to Rovinj. This city was also founded by the Istrian tribes. It was built on a small island close to the mainland and in the 18th was connecte...

    Our guide Tanya was friendly, knowledgeable, and so organized. She drove safely.

  • Full-Day Ljubljana and Lake Bled Trip from Zagreb

    6. Full-Day Ljubljana and Lake Bled Trip from Zagreb

    Your full-day (11-hour) excursion begins with a pick-up at your centrally located hotel or Zrinjevac Park. Sit back and relax in an air-conditioned vehicle for the 2-hour drive to Ljubljana. En route your guide will tell you about the history of Croatia and Slovenia. You’ll hear about the hidden gems of both countries and the historical dynamics that carved them into countries they are today. Start your visit at Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, where the beauty of this small but big-hearted city will enchant you. Note the variety of architectural styles and quirky bridges with their carved dragons. Your guide will lead you on a leisurely walking tour, and tell you all the interesting bits about this Slovenian pearl. Conclude your Ljubljana experience at Ljubljana Castle, reaching the castle on a 60-second funicular ride. Take in panoramic views of the city. After the tour you’ll ha...

    Fantastic! Karlo and Ivanka were knowledgeable and friendly and were happy to give local tips. Would definitely recommend to other travellers!

  • From Zagreb: Gems of Istra Private Tour

    7. From Zagreb: Gems of Istra Private Tour

    The first stop on your private tour of Istra's gems from Zagreb is Hum, which Croatians like to call the smallest city in the world. It is situated in the heart of Istra, and was once the most famous center of the Croatian Glagolitic script, which can be seen on historical monuments such as the Glagolitic walkway connecting Hum and Roc. The next stop is Pazin, home of the medieval fortress known as Kastel, which inspired Jules Vern to set part of his novel Mathias Sandorf in the area. This wonderful town has many other sights to see as well, such as the church of St. Nicolas and the Franciscan Church of Visitation. The most famous Istrian medieval city is Motovun. The well-known film festival takes place there every year, but the popularity of this place is also due to its architecture. Sights include the church of St. Stephen, with its separate bell tower, serrated battlements, gates ...

  • Zagreb Private Tour

    8. Zagreb Private Tour

    The city of Zagreb has something for everyone. On this private tour, you can choose the sights and places you want to see. Highlights of the city include the Miamara museum, the Art Pavilion, the Croatian National Theater, and more. Learn about the rich history of Zagreb, and see the medieval sights of the city. You can also choose to explore some sites away from the center, and see how the locals live. You may take a tour through Jelacic Square, see the cathedral, walk by the farmer’s market Dolac, pass through the stone medieval gates, see the parliament and government buildings, and many more. Other highlights include Lotrscak Tower and the funicular railway. It's up to you, but you will not be short of options!

  • Zagreb: 2-Hour Walking Tour, Museum of Broken Relationships

    9. Zagreb: 2-Hour Walking Tour, Museum of Broken Relationships

    Croatia’s largest city Zagreb exudes a spirit of a true central European capital. In medieval times, Zagreb was actually two communes, Kaptol and Gradec. Today, they flourish as the Upper town, the historic area. Explore the wavering alleys between the wondrous cathedral and the widely recognized Church of St. Mark. Find small cafes, traditional restaurants, romantic overlook spots as well as quirky museums. As part of your tour, uncover secrets in the Museum of Broken Relationships. Connect with a collection of tokens of broken love affairs from around the world which evokes an emotion common to everyone – the craze and hardship of failed love.  

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What people are saying about Zagreb

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based on 408 reviews

This was one of the best and most important tours I have taken. Lucca designed and gives a tour that opens your eyes to the history of Croatia and the recent wars by showing you as well as telling you what it was like for him and his family. Most of us never lived through a war, and I came away with a deeper understanding and thought Lucca was super informative and a great guide, who kept my attention throughout. Don't miss this tour! It will bring Zagreb to life for you with a deeper understanding. A real 5 star tour!

Vid was an excellent guide - probably one of the best walking tours I have ever done. Account of Balkans War and WW2 was given through all angles - did not feel biased at all.

Dino was a fantastic guide. Extremely knowledgeable and great to be around. would definitely recommend to anyway looking for some good eats and history of the city

Luka was Great. He used the transfer to tell us many informative things about the region and introduced us to croatian bakeries. The park is impressive.

Very knowledgeable and dynamic tour guide. Well worth the time.