Must see attractions in Zagreb

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    Museum of Broken Relationships

    From romances that withered to broken family connections, this wonderfully quirky museum explores the mementos left over after a relationship ends…

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    Mirogoj

    A 10-minute ride north of the city centre (or a 30-minute walk through leafy streets) takes you to one of the most beautiful cemeteries in Europe, sited…

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    Croatian Museum of Naïve Art

    A feast for fans of Croatia’s naive art (a form that was highly fashionable locally and worldwide during the 1960s and ’70s and has declined somewhat…

  • Dolac Market

    Right in the heart of the city, Zagreb’s bustling fruit and vegetable market has been trader-central since the 1930s when the city authorities set up a…

  • Funicular Railway

    This very short, and steep, funicular railway line, constructed in 1888, connects the Lower and Upper Towns of Zagreb.

  • Croatian Association of Artists

    East of the centre, this gallery is housed in one of the few architectural works by Ivan Meštrović and has a busy and diverse rolling program of…

  • Lotrščak Tower

    Lotrščak Tower was built in the middle of the 13th century to protect the south city gate. Normally you can enter and climb up to the top for a sweeping…

  • Trg Bana Jelačića

    Zagreb’s main orientation point and its geographic heart is Trg Bana Jelačića – it's where most people arrange to meet up. If you enjoy people-watching,…

  • Archaeological Museum

    Spread over three floors, the artefacts housed here stretch from the prehistoric era to the medieval age. The 2nd floor holds the most interesting – and…

  • Museum of Contemporary Art

    Housed in a city icon designed by local star architect Igor Franić, this museum displays both solo and thematic group shows by Croatian and international…

  • Maksimir Park

    Maksimir Park is a peaceful wooded enclave covering 18 hectares, easily accessible by trams 11 and 12 from Trg Bana Jelačića. Opened to the public in 1794…

  • Jarun Lake

    Jarun Lake in south Zagreb is a popular getaway for residents at any time of the year, but especially in summer, when the clear waters are ideal for…

  • St Mark’s Church

    The 13th-century St Mark’s Church is one of Zagreb’s most emblematic buildings. Its colourful tiled roof, constructed in 1880, has the medieval coat of…

  • Katarinin Trg

    One of the best views in town – across red-tile roofs towards the cathedral – is from this square behind the Jesuit Church of St Catherine. It's the…

  • Museum Mimara

    Housed in an imposing neo-Renaissance former school is the eclectic, globe-trotting private art collection of Ante Topić Mimara, who donated over 3750…

  • Zrinjevac

    Officially called Trg Nikole Šubića Zrinskog but lovingly known as Zrinjevac, this verdant square is a major hang-out during sunny weekends and hosts pop…

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    Grič Tunnel

    The mystery-laden Grič Tunnel that connects Mesnička and Radićeva streets opened to the public in the summer of 2016. Built in 1943 for use as a WWII air…

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    Croatian State Archives

    Zagreb's most majestic art deco building, with massive owls of wisdom staring out from the corners of the roof, was built in 1913 to house the royal…