Explore Zagreb’s Art and Culture with a Local

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  • 1.5 hr

This experience is provided by an independent Local. Find out the different cultural and artistic characteristics that make this city unique, and enjoy the buzzing community and city ambience! Whether you are visiting Zagreb as a returning tourist, or if this is your first time, this Experience is for you! While walking the streets of Zagreb and looking at the amazing Croatian National Theatre or splendid St.Mark Church, you will hear about the city’s galleries and museums, as well as contemporary artists and their close connection to Zagreb. I will share with you the art and cultural world of my city, where you will see, hear, and experience how colourful and multifaceted Zagreb is! Who is a Local? A Local is someone who is passionate about sharing authentic experiences based on their interests. As LocalBini, we bring together passionate people from all around the world giving them the opportunity to offer unique experiences via our marketplace.

Itinerary Details

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Come with me and discover this open-air art gallery.

Pass By: Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb

A neo-baroque Zagreb masterpiece established in 1895.

Pass By: Oktogon

Oktogon - a popular passage of Zagreb that gets its name from its octagonal central space topped by a glass roof.

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Dominating the square that bears the same name as it, the church lies at the heart of Upper Town and is one of the most popular attractions in Zagreb.

Pass By: Tkalciceva

A pedestrianised street prime for people-watching and street art, ranked as the #1 thing to do in Zagreb.

Stop At: Cathedral of the Assumption

Be sure to visit the cathedral treasury with its many fine works of religious art, garments, and sacred objects.

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: Dolac Market

Dolac Market - known as the ‘belly of the city’, it has been feeding the people of Zagreb since the 1930s. Have a look at the mural here!
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