Only 7 tram stations(Public transport in Zagreb) west from Trg bana Josipa Jelačića (tram no. 6 or 11, direction Črnomerec, exit last station Črnomerec) and then a little bit of 200m adventure walk through overgrown brush with no clear path (direction northwest from supermarket Konzum), there is one of the largest remaining German WW2 bunkers in…

The Zagreb Observatory at Popov Toranj (Priest’s Tower) in Zagreb Upper Town (Opatička Street 22) was officially opened on the 5th December 1903. From the very beginning, the Zagreb Observatory has intensified the work on the promotion of scientific knowledge, particularly among the public and the youth. Eventually, the popularization of astronomy and related sciences…

Story about Pluto – construction dog begins at the turn of the last century, precisely in 1899., during the construction of former First Croatian Saving Bank. The structure of bank consist of two passageways conecting in the middle by octagonal atrium. Because of that passage is called Oktogon and over the years it become famous…

Among many Zagreb´s sites located in the Upper Town, one should be mentioned – the medieval Lotrscak Tower! Erected in the 13th century, the Tower is the best preserved part of the former city fortification. In the middle of the 13th century at the demand of the Hungarian king Bela IV, Zagreb’s city elders had…

Depending on individual  interests, everyone has it’s own personal top 10 must see sights in Zagreb. This one is ours. We try to be objective. 1.  Ban Josip Jelačić square (Trg bana Josipa Jelačića) Main central square in Zagreb is starting point for all sightseeings and orientation. Square was stage of Croatian historical events, so it’s…

Tkalčićeva street is famous stroll and warm up night life street , full of bars, restaurants, small boutiques and souvenir shops. But 80 years ago, Tkalčićeva and nearby Kožarska street were famous Red Light streets full of brothels. From the beginning of last century to WW2, almost every house in Tkalčićeva was brothel. Zagreb was…