The City Museum sits in the 17th-century Convent of St Clair. Since 1907 the convent has housed this historical museum, which presents...
Croatia’s most recognised artist is Ivan Meštrović. His former home is this 17th-century building where he worked and lived from 1922 to...
Don't miss the Stone Gate - the eastern gate to medieval Gradec Town (Gornji Gradec), now a shrine. According to legend, a great fire in...
Claiming to be the oldest cafe in Zagreb (dating from 1846), this Viennese-style place serves delicious coffee, tea and cakes under...
Ivica i Marica
Based on the Brothers Grimm story Hansel & Gretel, this little restaurant and cake shop is made to look like the gingerbread house...
Lonely Planet review
Meat – duck, lamb, pork, beef and turkey – is grilled and prepared the Zagorje and Slavonian way in this upmarket old-timer. There’s a good choice of Mediterranean dishes and local wines. The summer terrace is a great place to dine under the stars.