Private Zagreb City Tour

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28 EUR

This tour will take you into the charming worlds of two very different cities: the modern, urban, and vibrant capital, and the historical and cultural Zagreb that grew alongside its Austrian counterpart – Vienna.

Duration: 3 hours
    Available in
  • English
Local

Hi, I am Jakov, Croatian 3/1 tour/local guide,professional driver and travel professional. Being a people person and very passionate about history and culture, I have always been aspiring for and pursuing new experiences. My greatest pleasure has always been travelling and exploring the world. I have been traveling in different countries getting to know their cultures for more than 15 years now. However, during past few years I have been working as a tour guide and a tour leader throughout Croatia and surrounding region which ultimately became my most favorite occupation. It has been a dream come true when I got the opportunity to pass on my knowledge and passion for my country with my dear guests from all over the world. Sharing the glory and the beauty of Croatia and our region with my future friends continues to be my greatest joy.

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Highlights

  • Get to know both historical and modern Zagreb
  • Take a ride on the funicular
  • Visit the Museum of Broken Relationships
  • Discover the famous Dolac Market with a local
  • Experience our favourite pastime: drinking coffee at one of the many street cafés in the city centre

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Description

The tour begins with a ride on the funicular, which connects downtown Zagreb with the Upper Town. Spanning just 66 metres, it’s the shortest of its kind in the world.

We’ll take a historical walk through the Upper Town, passing alleyways, monuments, charming palaces, and the famous St Mark’s Church. We’ll also visit the Museum of Broken Relationships.

Afterwards, we’ll walk downtown to visit the Zagreb Cathedral and Dolac, Croatia’s biggest farmers market. Here, you can experience the country’s gastronomic and cultural diversity. All of your senses will be magically activated! Unlike most markets, Dolac is open seven days a week.

We’ll then continue our walk, exploring the vibrant streets, parks, and squares of central Zagreb. You’ll have the opportunity to try out our favourite pastime: drinking coffee at one of the numerous street cafés in the city centre.

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What’s included & not included

  • Knowledgeable local guide
  • Funicular ticket
  • Coffee

Meeting point

Your accommodation in Zagreb

Reviews from travellers (1)

5.0/5

Private Zagreb City Tour is Great
for Jakov 'The Guide'’s tour (Private Zagreb City Tour)
Don´t miss the opportunity to have your private tour. The beauty of it is that you can stop and ask questions, visit or skip the landmarks, take pictures when you want, buy something without delaying the rest of the tour.

Marco was great, well educated in history and anecdotes of the city. I really enjoyed the tour.

From now on, I will consult first likealocal, before I book a tour.

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