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Rooftop Sessions with Sara Renar
Everything is located in the center of Zagreb. My partner and I will greet you in front of our building and take you to the rooftop (17th floor). There you can have some refreshments while enjoying the view. The rooftop provides a 360 view of the city and its surroundings. We'll show you around, tell you some useful tips about Zagreb urban nightlife, the city architecture, the music scene and anything else that comes to mind. We'll also hand out the setlist booklets providing text translations. When everybody is comfortable we start the music performance. Think of it as a cosy and informal exclusive concert. This is an experience that works good for people intersted in the Zagreb underground music scene as well as for cultural savvy travellers who want to see Zagreb from a different, more personal perspective. Note that we meet just before sunset (so the concert can take place as the sun goes down), so the exact timing of the event can vary from month to month. Other things to note The music I am playing is in the Croatian language, but communication is done in English. I am proud to announce that in this new 2023 season I will also invite emerging new regional artists to join me onstage. Be prepared for a great view of the city, exciting new music, craft beer, local wine from the island of Hvar and learning some Croatian phrases!
Walking tour-fall in love with Zagreb
In this history based tour we will talk about recent and far history of Zagreb and Croatia including WWII, war in exYugoslavia, comunist and nazi regime etc. As master's degree historian I will try to answer all of your questions and give you croatian perspective of those interesting times in our hisotry. Meet me at Nikole Zrinjskog square in front of the meteorological pillar. At first we will explore Downtown-park Zrinjevac, the most beautiful park of Zagreb's green horseshoe, and Jelačić square, main square which is dedicated to one of the most important figure in croatian history. Our tour will continue to Zagreb's cathedral from 11th century and to Dolac-the oldest open farmer's market in the city. Just few minutes later we will reach to Tkalčićeva street, nowadays street of coffee shops, bars and pubs but also a street which hides medieval history of the city. I will take you to the shortest funicular in the world which will bring you to the Upper town of Zagreb. Tour will proceed to St.Mark's square-center of political life in Croatia, Parliament, Goverment and constitutional Court are located there, but also beautiful church of St. Mark from 13th century. A short stroll through Stone Gate, only remained gates of medieval Zagreb, will bring us back to the Main square where the tour will finish.
Markets, Wine and Vintage clothes
Meet me in my vintage shop in Zagreb for a tea before we start our charming tour. I love markets, we will visit two, approx 15 minute walking distance. After this tour you will know everything about beautiful markets in Zagreb where I buy food everyday. You will have opportunity try some local products, from my favorite suppliers, and famous burek or fish. Market visit we will end with typical simple lunch. We call it ¨gablec¨. After that we will visit some vintage second hand stores, local designer stores and other charming places with craft products. Now we are ready to explore wine bar and shop and to try croatian wine. Croatian wines are excellent and you will fall in love instantly. We will tray two different wines, one typically for a coast other for a continental part of the country. My friends Siniša and Marko work in a wine shop and always have great advice and so much knowledge. Other things to note Put comfortable shoes and clothes. There is a 15 min walk between markets, we can take a tram if you want. All location are walking distance from the centre.
Jump into Zagreb walking tour
We will meet at Zrinjevac park and then we will stroll through the winding streets of the medieval center, visiting architectural gems and charming squares. You will hear about our Grounded Solar System and see some planets. We will visit Cathedral from outside and find out interesting facts about it. We will explore Zagreb main farmers' market and find out why it is called Belly of the town. You will taste there something very authentic for Zagreb. We will visit Tkalciceva street and you will hear about the river that is still running below it. We will go to Upper town where you will light a candle in Stone Gate. You will hear about haunting witches, legend of Black Queen and see our most important monuments located there. You will find out interesting facts about Zagreb and Croatia, learn about most important people in our history, get to know our mysterious legends and of course be introduced to our culture and costumes (like drinking coffee for hours). As a Zagreb resident, I will share my perspective and give you my recommendations about anything you want to know about Zagreb - from art to gastronomy :) During Christmas Market I will give you best recommendations what to visit and what to try. I promise you that after our walk - you will fell in love with this town :-)
Last Minute- From Zagreb with Love
During this walking tour guests will have the chance to meet the city of Zagreb, not only learning its history and facts but also seeing and feeling the city as it is behind the scenes. We will try to find as many mysterious symbols in the city as possible, we will see the "Grounded solar system"- a well-known street art installation representing our solar system, with the planets placed all across the city, but we will also get to know something about Zagreb's history and tradition as well. We will walk past some of Croatia's most famous palaces, churches and other important historical and modern buildings. We will stop to take some great photos at a few panoramic views so you can bring this unforgettable experience home with you and always remember Zagreb. Guests are recommended to wear comfortable shoes, but the walk is easy and it takes about 2,5 hours. Other things to note You should be relaxed, lightly dressed, not in a hurry and willing to hear interesting legends, stories and facts about our capital country.

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Rooftop Sessions with Sara Renar
Everything is located in the center of Zagreb. My partner and I will greet you in front of our building and take you to the rooftop (17th floor). There you can have some refreshments while enjoying the view. The rooftop provides a 360 view of the city and its surroundings. We'll show you around, tell you some useful tips about Zagreb urban nightlife, the city architecture, the music scene and anything else that comes to mind. We'll also hand out the setlist booklets providing text translations. When everybody is comfortable we start the music performance. Think of it as a cosy and informal exclusive concert. This is an experience that works good for people intersted in the Zagreb underground music scene as well as for cultural savvy travellers who want to see Zagreb from a different, more personal perspective. Note that we meet just before sunset (so the concert can take place as the sun goes down), so the exact timing of the event can vary from month to month. Other things to note The music I am playing is in the Croatian language, but communication is done in English. I am proud to announce that in this new 2023 season I will also invite emerging new regional artists to join me onstage. Be prepared for a great view of the city, exciting new music, craft beer, local wine from the island of Hvar and learning some Croatian phrases!
Plitvice lakes & Rastoke from Zagreb - guaranteed departure
Capture the spirit of magical park on this highlights tour, from the hustle and bustle of Zagreb City to the natural beauty of Plitvice Lakes. Plitvice Lakes National Park is one of the most visited parks in Croatia and is voted the most beautiful national park in Europe. The park is made up of 16 lakes connected by streams and waterfalls. Take a walk along the paths and boardwalks, and surround yourself with breathtaking nature at every angle. Furthermore, on the way to the lakes, discover the village Rastoke and its watermills from 17th century. With this one day discovery of this two worth to visit beauties, you will live each moment to the fullest! Please note that from November 1st through March 31st, only Lower Lakes can be visited, and depending on weather conditions, the train and electric boats do not operate.
Taste Zagreb Food Tour
For all the foodies who love to explore local cuisines! During a 3-hour tour, you will enjoy a variety of dishes from all parts of Croatia, ranging from traditional to modern classics, and find out more about local customs. It's a fun and informative tasting tour to the largest green market, but also local restaurants, and food shops in the very city centre of Zagreb. Most of the tour will take place at the largest and most popular green market. It's a place where you will feel the local vibe while strolling through domestic food, fruits, vegetables, meat, bread, and dairy products. There you will taste some 'breakfast specialties' such as local cottage cheese with cream, and burek, a local pastry dish filled with meat. Meat lovers will also enjoy ćevapćići - a traditional minced meat classic grilled to perfection, while fish lovers might prefer fish specialties in one of the small restaurants at the green market. You cannot leave Zagreb without tasting the most famous Zagreb dish – štrukli, a delicious pastry with cottage cheese. Not to reveal all the details, you can expect some great prosciutto and cheese, some Croatian chocolates for those with a sweet tooth, and much more. Our suggestion is – come hungry!
Zagreb walking tour with funicular ride and ww two Tunnels
Get your walking shoes on and take a stroll with us as we show you the highlights of our wonderful city. We have the local insights and handy tips to leave you wanting to explore some more. We will stop and show you the major sites and give you some history and culture lessons along the way. Explore the Upper and Lower Town, walk through the parks of the city, discover the wonders sprinkled along the way and hear the untold secrets. When tour finishes you will leave having a deeper understanding of Zagreb landmarks, a greater appreciation of the history of this beautiful city, and more confidence when navigating on your own.
Walking tour-fall in love with Zagreb
In this history based tour we will talk about recent and far history of Zagreb and Croatia including WWII, war in exYugoslavia, comunist and nazi regime etc. As master's degree historian I will try to answer all of your questions and give you croatian perspective of those interesting times in our hisotry. Meet me at Nikole Zrinjskog square in front of the meteorological pillar. At first we will explore Downtown-park Zrinjevac, the most beautiful park of Zagreb's green horseshoe, and Jelačić square, main square which is dedicated to one of the most important figure in croatian history. Our tour will continue to Zagreb's cathedral from 11th century and to Dolac-the oldest open farmer's market in the city. Just few minutes later we will reach to Tkalčićeva street, nowadays street of coffee shops, bars and pubs but also a street which hides medieval history of the city. I will take you to the shortest funicular in the world which will bring you to the Upper town of Zagreb. Tour will proceed to St.Mark's square-center of political life in Croatia, Parliament, Goverment and constitutional Court are located there, but also beautiful church of St. Mark from 13th century. A short stroll through Stone Gate, only remained gates of medieval Zagreb, will bring us back to the Main square where the tour will finish.

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Day trip to Ljubljana & Lake Bled with a minivan from Zagreb
Set off in a small group (max. 8 people) from Zagreb and enjoy a scenic drive through the beautiful Slovenian & Croatian countryside. Our licensed driver guide will get you familiar with the itinerary for the day, as well as information about the sites you are visiting and the general history of Slovenia. Approximately one hour into the drive, we will reach our first destination, Slovenia’s Capital Ljubljana. Ljubljana is one of the smallest EU Capitals also known as a city with a green soul winner of Green Capital awards in 2016. Your guide will take you for approx 2h orientational walking tour followed by 90 min. free time for you to wander around on your own. About half an hour driving from Ljubljana we will reach Lake Bled known as the image of paradise, a tourist hub on the edge of the Triglav National Park – nominated as one of the seven new wonders of the world. There is so much to do at Bled, especially during the tourist season (April to October). It is impossible to see and experience everything in one afternoon, this is why your guide will help you organise time according to your preferences. Go for a swim at the lake, ride a bicycle, sail on traditional Pletna boat to the Bled Island, explore the Bled castle or just simply go for a stroll. Make yourself comfortable and enjoy a scenic ride back to Zagreb.
Play with fire and make glass art
The unique experience lasts 2 hours . I will show and explain the basic flameworking technique. After an introduction about glass and safety, you will get a chance to work on a torch. Under my supervision, you will get the opportunity to make a glass blown vase and/or pendant. All your glass art will be annealed in a kiln for you. Pieces will be available for pick up or shipping one week after the class has finished. International shipping is included. Other things to note If you have any question regarding the experience (change of schedule, number of participants etc.) or you just have a question about glass material and/or technique .....please do not hesitate to contact me :)
Capturing a moment for a lifetime - Zagreb Photo Walk
Do you want to have amazing photos from your trip to Zagreb while immersing yourself in the city's vibrant culture, captivating history, and delightful anecdotes? If so, you are in the right place. Starting at the iconic Tomislav Square, our path will lead us across the enchanting Zrinjevac Park to the main Jelacic Square. An extraordinary ride awaits aboard the world's shortest funicular, transporting us to the timeless allure of the Upper Town. Traverse its ancient paths, pass through the historic Stone Gates, and find serenity at the postcard-perfect viewpoints. Experience the charm of the bustling Ilica Street, be amazed by the elegance of the Croatian National Theatre, and learn captivating stories only locals know. The photo tour lasts 1,5 - 2 hours but if needed we can make it longer. The main goal is to capture emotions and provide photos that tell beautiful stories of your trip. You will get 40+ professionally edited photos within 48 hours on your email (unedited photos are not to be sent), a list of coffee & restaurant recommendations, and a small gift as a souvenir of our time in Zagreb :-) To keep it private, individual, and more relaxed, the max group size is 3 persons. Larger groups or private sessions can also be arranged. Pets and children are more than welcome!
⭐ Feel Real Zagreb - Guided Bike Tour
Meet us in the heart of Zagreb downtown, where your super comfortable orange city bike and your guide will wait for you. We will embark on an adventure that will lead us firstly to the historical Upper Town with narrow streets opening to beautiful squares where you will learn about rich 900 years history of Zagreb. Of course, be ready to see some things other tourists will not experience, such as private courtyards or places locals hang out at. We will ride back downtown through a small forest and a park secluded from the usual tourist path. In a matter of minutes you will find yourself on a longest street in Zagreb leading us to a beautiful coffee shop where we will treat you to a refreshment and tell you about Croatian coffee culture and social habits. After we have refreshed, it is time to continue exploring the beautiful parks and architecturally spectacular squares. We will always try to take you through locations that have some special events depending on the season, but be prepared to get tempted by divine smells of street food or to dance with the kids in the park. We want you to feel like a Zagreb local, even if for 1 day! Our tour will end right where it started, and you can ask us for any recommendation regarding restaurants, shopping, nightlife, or any other topic. Other things to note In case of heavy rain we can postpone the tour to later time.
Last Minute- From Zagreb with Love
During this walking tour guests will have the chance to meet the city of Zagreb, not only learning its history and facts but also seeing and feeling the city as it is behind the scenes. We will try to find as many mysterious symbols in the city as possible, we will see the "Grounded solar system"- a well-known street art installation representing our solar system, with the planets placed all across the city, but we will also get to know something about Zagreb's history and tradition as well. We will walk past some of Croatia's most famous palaces, churches and other important historical and modern buildings. We will stop to take some great photos at a few panoramic views so you can bring this unforgettable experience home with you and always remember Zagreb. Guests are recommended to wear comfortable shoes, but the walk is easy and it takes about 2,5 hours. Other things to note You should be relaxed, lightly dressed, not in a hurry and willing to hear interesting legends, stories and facts about our capital country.

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'A tale of two towns', a historical tour of Zagreb
Are you interested in learning about the history and the culture of your current destination? Do you like to get lost in the streets of the places you are visiting? Do you like local legends and folk tales? If the answer to all of the above is YES!, join me on a walk through the Medieval and the 19th century Zagreb and learn who Manduša , Zagorka and Dora Krupićeva are; why Zagreb has the Bloody Bridge and what's the story behind the famous roof of St. Mark's Church. Let's not forget the famous Grič Canon, diligently announcing noon every day. Spice it up with the most beautiful panoramic view of the city (optional, entrance tickets required), a ride with the city's oldest public transport (optional) and some great recommendations for the best local cuisine and cultural experience for your free time afterwards.
Graffiti and Street Art Tour Zagreb
We will meet at the city center, from where we will visit around 10 Street art and Graffiti locations. I will briefly introduce you to the world history of Graffiti and Street Art movement combined with graffiti history of Croatia as well. We will finish our tour at my graffiti studio and have a drink there... Please take you hiking/walking shoes and if it is raining an umbrella.
Zagreb Walk with World War II Tunnels and Funicular Ride
Get familiar with Zagreb city centre, tick off all the must-sees, learn more about the history of the Croatian capital, and find out how locals live nowadays. The 2-hour walk starts every day at 10 am in front of the big horseman statue at the main city square - Ban Jelacic Square. As a local guide and a historian, I will tell you more about all the must-sees, such as the 13th-century Stone Gate, St. Mark's Square with the iconic St. Mark's Church, or Zagreb Cathedral. We'll get to the top of the Upper Town, the best viewpoint in the whole city. It's an ideal location for great photos. One of the highlights will be a ride with one of the world's shortest funiculars, as well as a walk through the underground tunnels built by the fascists during the Second World War. We'll also visit Dolac - the largest green market in the city is our next stop. Colours, aromas, and people form a lively and lovely sight. The walk ends at the same place it has started - at the main square.
Jump into Zagreb walking tour
We will meet at Zrinjevac park and then we will stroll through the winding streets of the medieval center, visiting architectural gems and charming squares. You will hear about our Grounded Solar System and see some planets. We will visit Cathedral from outside and find out interesting facts about it. We will explore Zagreb main farmers' market and find out why it is called Belly of the town. You will taste there something very authentic for Zagreb. We will visit Tkalciceva street and you will hear about the river that is still running below it. We will go to Upper town where you will light a candle in Stone Gate. You will hear about haunting witches, legend of Black Queen and see our most important monuments located there. You will find out interesting facts about Zagreb and Croatia, learn about most important people in our history, get to know our mysterious legends and of course be introduced to our culture and costumes (like drinking coffee for hours). As a Zagreb resident, I will share my perspective and give you my recommendations about anything you want to know about Zagreb - from art to gastronomy :) During Christmas Market I will give you best recommendations what to visit and what to try. I promise you that after our walk - you will fell in love with this town :-)
Discover Zagreb by Electric Scooter
After meeting you in front of the king Tomislav statue on Trg Kralja Tomislava, our first task will be to instruct you how to drive E-scooter. You will have enough time for practicing before we start. Once you get the feeling of it and become relaxed enough to ride it with an ease, we are heading to discover Zagreb sights. You will see all the city landmarks in one go. You will enjoy a small group intimacy and learn a lot about Zagreb by having fun in the same time!

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Rooftop Sessions with Sara Renar
Everything is located in the center of Zagreb. My partner and I will greet you in front of our building and take you to the rooftop (17th floor). There you can have some refreshments while enjoying the view. The rooftop provides a 360 view of the city and its surroundings. We'll show you around, tell you some useful tips about Zagreb urban nightlife, the city architecture, the music scene and anything else that comes to mind. We'll also hand out the setlist booklets providing text translations. When everybody is comfortable we start the music performance. Think of it as a cosy and informal exclusive concert. This is an experience that works good for people intersted in the Zagreb underground music scene as well as for cultural savvy travellers who want to see Zagreb from a different, more personal perspective. Note that we meet just before sunset (so the concert can take place as the sun goes down), so the exact timing of the event can vary from month to month. Other things to note The music I am playing is in the Croatian language, but communication is done in English. I am proud to announce that in this new 2023 season I will also invite emerging new regional artists to join me onstage. Be prepared for a great view of the city, exciting new music, craft beer, local wine from the island of Hvar and learning some Croatian phrases!
Taste Zagreb Food Tour
For all the foodies who love to explore local cuisines! During a 3-hour tour, you will enjoy a variety of dishes from all parts of Croatia, ranging from traditional to modern classics, and find out more about local customs. It's a fun and informative tasting tour to the largest green market, but also local restaurants, and food shops in the very city centre of Zagreb. Most of the tour will take place at the largest and most popular green market. It's a place where you will feel the local vibe while strolling through domestic food, fruits, vegetables, meat, bread, and dairy products. There you will taste some 'breakfast specialties' such as local cottage cheese with cream, and burek, a local pastry dish filled with meat. Meat lovers will also enjoy ćevapćići - a traditional minced meat classic grilled to perfection, while fish lovers might prefer fish specialties in one of the small restaurants at the green market. You cannot leave Zagreb without tasting the most famous Zagreb dish – štrukli, a delicious pastry with cottage cheese. Not to reveal all the details, you can expect some great prosciutto and cheese, some Croatian chocolates for those with a sweet tooth, and much more. Our suggestion is – come hungry!
Zagreb walking tour with funicular ride and ww two Tunnels
Get your walking shoes on and take a stroll with us as we show you the highlights of our wonderful city. We have the local insights and handy tips to leave you wanting to explore some more. We will stop and show you the major sites and give you some history and culture lessons along the way. Explore the Upper and Lower Town, walk through the parks of the city, discover the wonders sprinkled along the way and hear the untold secrets. When tour finishes you will leave having a deeper understanding of Zagreb landmarks, a greater appreciation of the history of this beautiful city, and more confidence when navigating on your own.
Plitvice lakes & Rastoke from Zagreb - guaranteed departure
Capture the spirit of magical park on this highlights tour, from the hustle and bustle of Zagreb City to the natural beauty of Plitvice Lakes. Plitvice Lakes National Park is one of the most visited parks in Croatia and is voted the most beautiful national park in Europe. The park is made up of 16 lakes connected by streams and waterfalls. Take a walk along the paths and boardwalks, and surround yourself with breathtaking nature at every angle. Furthermore, on the way to the lakes, discover the village Rastoke and its watermills from 17th century. With this one day discovery of this two worth to visit beauties, you will live each moment to the fullest! Please note that from November 1st through March 31st, only Lower Lakes can be visited, and depending on weather conditions, the train and electric boats do not operate.
Communism and Croatian Homeland War Tour
Did you know that just in the 20th century the city of Zagreb was a part of five different states? On this walking tour where you will discover how was it to live in Zagreb during the turbulent years of its recent history. Firstly you will visit the site of the former Synagogue of Zagreb. Next you will walk the World War II underground tunnels while being introduced to the history of Croatia and Zagreb through the 20th century including the World War II, almost 50 years of communist Yugoslavia and the fall of communism in Croatia through the Homeland War. The tour finishes in the basement used by locals as a shelter during the air raids on Zagreb in the 1990s where the details of the Homeland War are presented through an exhibition and a video presentation.
Walking tour-fall in love with Zagreb
In this history based tour we will talk about recent and far history of Zagreb and Croatia including WWII, war in exYugoslavia, comunist and nazi regime etc. As master's degree historian I will try to answer all of your questions and give you croatian perspective of those interesting times in our hisotry. Meet me at Nikole Zrinjskog square in front of the meteorological pillar. At first we will explore Downtown-park Zrinjevac, the most beautiful park of Zagreb's green horseshoe, and Jelačić square, main square which is dedicated to one of the most important figure in croatian history. Our tour will continue to Zagreb's cathedral from 11th century and to Dolac-the oldest open farmer's market in the city. Just few minutes later we will reach to Tkalčićeva street, nowadays street of coffee shops, bars and pubs but also a street which hides medieval history of the city. I will take you to the shortest funicular in the world which will bring you to the Upper town of Zagreb. Tour will proceed to St.Mark's square-center of political life in Croatia, Parliament, Goverment and constitutional Court are located there, but also beautiful church of St. Mark from 13th century. A short stroll through Stone Gate, only remained gates of medieval Zagreb, will bring us back to the Main square where the tour will finish.
'A tale of two towns', a historical tour of Zagreb
Are you interested in learning about the history and the culture of your current destination? Do you like to get lost in the streets of the places you are visiting? Do you like local legends and folk tales? If the answer to all of the above is YES!, join me on a walk through the Medieval and the 19th century Zagreb and learn who Manduša , Zagorka and Dora Krupićeva are; why Zagreb has the Bloody Bridge and what's the story behind the famous roof of St. Mark's Church. Let's not forget the famous Grič Canon, diligently announcing noon every day. Spice it up with the most beautiful panoramic view of the city (optional, entrance tickets required), a ride with the city's oldest public transport (optional) and some great recommendations for the best local cuisine and cultural experience for your free time afterwards.
Zagreb Walk with World War II Tunnels and Funicular Ride
Get familiar with Zagreb city centre, tick off all the must-sees, learn more about the history of the Croatian capital, and find out how locals live nowadays. The 2-hour walk starts every day at 10 am in front of the big horseman statue at the main city square - Ban Jelacic Square. As a local guide and a historian, I will tell you more about all the must-sees, such as the 13th-century Stone Gate, St. Mark's Square with the iconic St. Mark's Church, or Zagreb Cathedral. We'll get to the top of the Upper Town, the best viewpoint in the whole city. It's an ideal location for great photos. One of the highlights will be a ride with one of the world's shortest funiculars, as well as a walk through the underground tunnels built by the fascists during the Second World War. We'll also visit Dolac - the largest green market in the city is our next stop. Colours, aromas, and people form a lively and lovely sight. The walk ends at the same place it has started - at the main square.
⭐ Feel Real Zagreb - Guided Bike Tour
Meet us in the heart of Zagreb downtown, where your super comfortable orange city bike and your guide will wait for you. We will embark on an adventure that will lead us firstly to the historical Upper Town with narrow streets opening to beautiful squares where you will learn about rich 900 years history of Zagreb. Of course, be ready to see some things other tourists will not experience, such as private courtyards or places locals hang out at. We will ride back downtown through a small forest and a park secluded from the usual tourist path. In a matter of minutes you will find yourself on a longest street in Zagreb leading us to a beautiful coffee shop where we will treat you to a refreshment and tell you about Croatian coffee culture and social habits. After we have refreshed, it is time to continue exploring the beautiful parks and architecturally spectacular squares. We will always try to take you through locations that have some special events depending on the season, but be prepared to get tempted by divine smells of street food or to dance with the kids in the park. We want you to feel like a Zagreb local, even if for 1 day! Our tour will end right where it started, and you can ask us for any recommendation regarding restaurants, shopping, nightlife, or any other topic. Other things to note In case of heavy rain we can postpone the tour to later time.
Markets, Wine and Vintage clothes
Meet me in my vintage shop in Zagreb for a tea before we start our charming tour. I love markets, we will visit two, approx 15 minute walking distance. After this tour you will know everything about beautiful markets in Zagreb where I buy food everyday. You will have opportunity try some local products, from my favorite suppliers, and famous burek or fish. Market visit we will end with typical simple lunch. We call it ¨gablec¨. After that we will visit some vintage second hand stores, local designer stores and other charming places with craft products. Now we are ready to explore wine bar and shop and to try croatian wine. Croatian wines are excellent and you will fall in love instantly. We will tray two different wines, one typically for a coast other for a continental part of the country. My friends Siniša and Marko work in a wine shop and always have great advice and so much knowledge. Other things to note Put comfortable shoes and clothes. There is a 15 min walk between markets, we can take a tram if you want. All location are walking distance from the centre.
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