St Mark’s Church
This 13th-century church is one of Zagreb’s most emblematic buildings. Its colourful tiled roof, constructed in 1880, has the medieval...
Once the seat of Croatian viceroys, the presidential palace – composed of two baroque mansions – today houses courts, archives and other...
Croatian Museum of Naïve Art
If you like Croatia’s naive art – a form that was highly fashionable locally and worldwide during the 1960s and 1970s and has declined...
Right by the Stone Gate, in a location that has seen many a restaurant open and close – though this one seems to be here to stay. The...
Trg Svetog Marka 6 · interesting places nearby
The eastern side of Markov trg is taken up by the Croatian sabor (parliament), built in 1910 on the site of baroque 17th- and 18th-century town houses. Its neoclassical style is quite incongruous on the square, but the historical importance of this building is undeniable – Croatia’s secession from the Austro-Hungarian Empire was proclaimed from its balcony in 1918.