Free Walking Sightseeing Tour #1 in Zagreb, Croatia


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Tour Facts

Number of sights 19 sights
Distance 6.2 km
Ascend 129 m
Descend 134 m

Explore Zagreb in Croatia with this free self-guided walking tour. The map shows the route of the tour. Below is a list of attractions, including their details.

Activities in ZagrebIndividual Sights in Zagreb

Sight 1: Blaise of Sebaste Church

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Church of Saint Blaise is a Catholic parish church located in the Lower Town of Zagreb, Croatia. It is dedicated to the Saint Blaise, and was designed by the Croatian architect Viktor Kovačić in the eclectic style. It is notable for its cuppola, made out of reinforced concrete, first of its kind in the region.

Wikipedia: Church of Saint Blaise, Zagreb (EN)

777 meters / 9 minutes

Sight 2: kapela svetog Roka

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Church of st. Roka is a Catholic church in Zagreb, in the park of the same name above British Square.

Wikipedia: Crkva sv. Roka u Zagrebu (HR)

633 meters / 8 minutes

Sight 3: Dramsko kazalište Gavella

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Gavella Drama Theatre is a Croatian theatre which is situated in Zagreb, in Frankopanska Street.

Wikipedia: Gavella Drama Theatre (EN), Website

377 meters / 5 minutes

Sight 4: Satiričko kazalište Kerempuh

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Satirical Theatre Kerempuh or Kerempuh Theatre, is a theatre in Zagreb, Croatia founded in 1964 by the notable theatre and movie director Fadil Hadžić. It is located on a slope behind Ilica street 31.

Wikipedia: Satirical Theatre Kerempuh (EN), Website

157 meters / 2 minutes

Sight 5: Hrvatski glazbeni zavod

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Croatian Music Institute is the oldest music institution in Croatia. Also, after the Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall, it is the second most important concert hall in Zagreb.

Wikipedia: Croatian Music Institute (EN), Website

220 meters / 3 minutes

Sight 6: Kuća Kallina

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Kuća Kallina

The Kallina House is a historic residential building in Zagreb, Croatia. The house is located in the city centre on the corner of Masarykova and Gundulićeva streets and is regarded as "one of the finest examples of Secessionist-style street architecture in Zagreb."

Wikipedia: Kallina House (EN)

368 meters / 4 minutes

Sight 7: Cathedral of the Transfiguration of the Lord

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The Cathedral of the Transfiguration of the Lord is a Serbian Orthodox cathedral located on the Petar Preradović Square in Zagreb, Croatia. It was built in 1865–66 according to designs of architect Franjo Klein. It is ecclesiastically part of the Metropolitanate of Zagreb and Ljubljana and is known as the Zagreb Orthodox Cathedral.

Wikipedia: Serbian Orthodox Cathedral, Zagreb (EN), Website

194 meters / 2 minutes

Sight 8: crkva ranjenog Isusa

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The Chapel of the Wounded Jesus is a Catholic church located in the very center of Zagreb, in the Lower Town at Ilica 1. The chapel is in the immediate vicinity of Ban Josip Jelacic Square.

Wikipedia: Kapela Ranjenog Isusa u Zagrebu (HR)

205 meters / 2 minutes

Sight 9: Manduševac

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Manduševac is a famous fountain on Ban Jelacic Square in Zagreb. It has a great historical significance, and according to legend Zagreb was named after him. Manduševac is depicted by heraldic symbols as the source on the coat of arms of Zagreb County.

Wikipedia: Manduševac (HR)

532 meters / 6 minutes

Sight 10: Galerija Klovićevi dvori

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Galerija Klovićevi dvori Suradnik13 / CC BY-SA 4.0

Klovićevi Dvori Gallery is an art gallery in Zagreb, Croatia. Opened in 1982, the gallery is named after the 16th century Croatian-born artist Juraj Julije Klović, considered to be one of the greatest manuscript illuminators of the Italian Renaissance.

Wikipedia: Klovićevi Dvori Gallery (EN), Website

135 meters / 2 minutes

Sight 11: crkva svetog Ćirila i Metoda

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The Greek Catholic Co-cathedral of Saints Cyril and Methodius is the historicistic co-cathedral church of the Greek Catholic Eparchy of Križevci. It belongs to the Vicariate of Diocese of Žumberak-Križevci. It is located in the Street of St. Cyril and Methodius on the Upper Town in Zagreb, near St. Mark's Square.

Wikipedia: Greek Catholic Co-Cathedral of Saints Cyril and Methodius, Zagreb (EN)

40 meters / 0 minutes

Sight 12: Museum of Broken Relationships

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The Museum of Broken Relationships is a museum in Zagreb, Croatia, dedicated to failed love relationships. Its exhibits include personal objects left over from former lovers, accompanied by brief descriptions.

Wikipedia: Museum of Broken Relationships (EN), Website

53 meters / 1 minutes

Sight 13: Lotrščak Tower

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The Lotrščak Tower is a fortified tower located in Zagreb, Croatia, in an old part of town called Gradec or Gornji grad. The tower, which dates to the 13th century, was built to guard the southern gate of the Gradec town wall. The name is derived from Latin campana latrunculorum, meaning "thieves' bell", referring to a bell hung in the tower in 1646 to signal the closing of the town gates.

Wikipedia: Lotrščak Tower (EN), Website

62 meters / 1 minutes

Sight 14: Palača Dverce

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Dverce Palace is a palace owned by the City of Zagreb, and is used for ceremonial receptions and other representative purposes organized by the Mayor and the City Assembly. It is located on Katarina Square, in Zagreb's Upper Town. The building leaned against the city rampart, and got its present appearance in the 19th century after remodeling carried out by architect Kuno Waidmann. Since 1912, the palace has been used for ceremonial receptions after its then owner, Countess Klotilda Buratti, left it to the City for representative purposes.

Wikipedia: Palača Dverce (HR)

215 meters / 3 minutes

Sight 15: Zagreb Funicular

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The Zagreb Funicular is the funicular in Zagreb, Croatia, operated by ZET, situated in Tomić Street, connecting Ilica with Strossmayerovo šetalište to the north . Its 66-metre (217 ft) track makes it one of the shortest public-transport funiculars in the world.

Wikipedia: Zagreb Funicular (EN)

370 meters / 4 minutes

Sight 16: Church of St. Catherine of Alexandria

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Church of St. Catherine is a Baroque-style church in Zagreb.

Wikipedia: St. Catherine's Church, Zagreb (EN)

908 meters / 11 minutes

Sight 17: Cathedral of the Assumption of Mary

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Zagreb Cathedral, located at Kaptol, Zagreb, is a Roman Catholic cathedral-church. It is the second tallest building in Croatia and also the most monumental sacral building in Gothic style southeast of the Alps. It is dedicated to the Assumption of Mary and to kings Saint Stephen and Saint Ladislaus. The cathedral is typically Gothic, as is its sacristy, which is of great architectural value. Its prominent spires are considered to be landmarks as they are visible from most parts of the city. One of its two spires was damaged in the 2020 Zagreb earthquake.

Wikipedia: Zagreb Cathedral (EN)

631 meters / 8 minutes

Sight 18: Hrvatska narodna banka

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Hrvatska narodna banka

The Croatian National Bank, known until 1997 as the National Bank of Croatia, is the Croatian member of the Eurosystem and has been the monetary authority for Croatia from 1991 to 2022, issuing the Croatian dinar until 1994 and subsequently the Croatian kuna until Croatian adoption of the euro on 1 January 2023. It has also been Croatia's national competent authority within European Banking Supervision since 2020. It was initially established in 1972 under the decentralization of the National Bank of Yugoslavia, and became a fully-fledged central bank in late 1991 with the independence of Croatia.

Wikipedia: Croatian National Bank (EN), Website

317 meters / 4 minutes

Sight 19: Home of Croatian Visual Artists

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The Meštrović Pavilion, also known as the Home of Croatian Artists and colloquially as the Mosque, is a cultural venue and the official seat of the Croatian Society of Fine Artists (HDLU) located on the Square of the Victims of Fascism in central Zagreb, Croatia. Designed by Ivan Meštrović and built in 1938, it has served several functions in its lifetime. An art gallery before World War II, it was converted into a mosque under the Independent State of Croatia and was subsequently transformed into the Museum of the Revolution in post-war Yugoslavia. In 1990, it was given back to the Croatian Association of Artists. After extensive renovation, it has served as a space for exhibitions and events since 2006.

Wikipedia: Meštrović Pavilion (EN)


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