Ruinous Mansion from
World War II
Why locals love it
This place was built during WW2. It was a beautiful mansion of Ante Pavelic, leader of infamous Croatian state of that era. He had tunnels built to connect the mansion with the nearby bunkers. Later on, it had served as a mountain inn. After it burnt down in 1979, it has remained an occult sight that triggers natural curiosity.
Why you should visit it
For anyone who likes the thought of urban exploration, but isn't really into getting all geared up, this is one spot that is only 15 minutes walk-away from public transportation and it's not that dangerous. Still, it is on the edge of deep woods, so better loose those flip-flops and think twice before entering dark tunnels inside the villa.
To reach it, take tram No14 to Gracani, then No15 and ask the driver how to reach the tunnel on foot. Above the tunnel, a road leads to the villa.
Villa RebarNad Tunelom 24, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia