Croatian Natural History Museum
Croatia’s most recognised artist is Ivan Meštrović. This 17th-century building is his former home, where he worked and lived from 1922...
Once the seat of Croatian viceroys, the presidential palace – composed of two baroque mansions – today houses courts, archives and other...
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...
Claiming to be the oldest cafe in Zagreb (dating from 1846), this Viennese-style place serves delicious coffee, tea and cakes under...
This Upper Town tavern features a rustic wooden interior with ceiling beams and tables on the streetside deck. The food is based on...
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Croatian Natural History Museum information
This museum houses a collection of prehistoric tools and bones excavated from the Krapina cave, as well as exhibits showing the evolution of animal and plant life in Croatia. Temporary exhibits often focus on specific regions.