Zagreb Guides

Guide to Zagreb

The Croatian capital is known for its Austro-Hungarian architecture but it also contains many hidden secrets.

There’s plenty to soak up in Zagreb – from rich historical and cultural hotspots to a buzzing nightlife and plenty of shops to explore. You won’t be bored in this small but mighty city!

Facts About Zagreb

Top Attractions

Zagreb Cathedral

Although it’s been under renovation for years, the cathedral is still a must see when you visit the Croatian capital.

a colourful church in zagreb with nobody around

St Mark’s Church

Church famous for its beautifully tiled roof, featuring coats of arms from Croatia, Dalmatia and Slavonia.

Museum of Broken Relationships

Famous museum of personal artefacts and stories, symbolising lost loves and past relationships.

Dolac Market

Old fashioned outdoors market, with loads of local produce on offer. Buy a fresh watermelon and watch stallholders slice it up for you to enjoy on boiling hot summer days!

Main Districts

Cultural Hotspots

Museum of Contemporary Art

Stunning modern building containing permanent and special collections.

Archaeological Museum

Museum with exhibits from prehistoric times, Greek and Roman civilisation and Medieval Artefacts.

Croatian Museum of Naïve Art

Try something different with this gallery of folk art from various different eras.

Free Walking Tour?

Croatian law doesn’t allow free walking tours, but you can book one for 1 Kuna or 13 cents! Tours meet daily at 11am in front of the horse statue at Ban Jelacic square. Tours last around 2 hours.

Trips to Zagreb