Zagreb Croatia is a city located in Central Croatia and it is the capital of Croatia. Zagreb Croatia is a lively city that boasts of beautiful medieval ‘old city’ with architecture and cobbled streets reminiscent of Vienna, Budapest, Prague and other Central-European capitals. In 2005 it was visited by tourists from Austria, Italy and Germany.
Some of the places in Zagreb Croatia worth visiting are given below
The Upper and Lower Towns
Donji grad is known as the Lower Town and Gornji grad which is known as the Upper Town are the sacred, civilizing and business centers of Zagreb. Most of the restaurants, bars and tourist sights are located here. The Upper Town which is the medieval core of the city, is developed as two separate and often towns in war –Kaptol and Gradec. Kaptol is the town where the seat of the Bishop is located where the Cathedral is located. Gradec is the free town where artisans and tradesman lived which was declared by King Bela of Hungary in the 12th century and it was merged in 1770s to complete the northern section of historic Zagreb.
- Strossmayer setaliste
During summer, there is an open-air picture for musicians and other artists providing drinks, food, performances and live shows. This place is the famous for all ages, with an immense sight of the Lower Town.
- Maksimir Park & Zagreb Zoo
It is the biggest park in Zagreb and is a place to have coffee, chill out or makes a great option for picnics or for taking nice long walks through the forest or by the small lakes. This park is best for cyclists, joggers and it is also child friendly and dog friendly.It even provides a good option for lake rowing. This eighty five year old zoo even has red pandas.
The other parks worth visiting in Zagreb would be Zrinjevac Park, King Tomislav square, Botanical gardens, Mazuranic square and Square of Marsal Tito.
Zagreb is known for the Cathedrals and the medieval fashioned buildings. It is the best place to visit for medieval age art lovers.