Zagreb and Environs Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Zagreb and Environs - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Zagreb 22


Donji Grad (Lower Town) 7

Gornji Grad (Upper Town) 15

Excursions North of Zagreb 21


Krapina 1

Kumrovec 1

Marija Bistrice 1

Sljeme 1

Trakoščan 1

Varaždin 11

Veliki Tabor 1

Čakovec and the Međimurje 4

Excursions South of Zagreb 7


Karlovac 1

Nacionalni Park Plitvička Jezera 1

Samobor 5

Excursions in Lonjsko Polje 5


Jasenovac 2

Sisak 2

Čigoć 1


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Cemetery 2

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Market/ Bazaar 2

Military Site 1

Museum Village 1

Museum/ Gallery 18

Nature Preserve/ Wildlife Refuge 2

Park (National/ State/ Provincial) 1

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Promenade/ Boardwalk 1

Religious Building/ Site/ Shrine 10

Restaurant–Sight 2

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Arheološki muzej

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Museum exhibits focus on prehistoric times to the Tartar invasion. Pride of place is given to the Vučedol Dove, a three-legged ceramic...

Botanički vrt

  • Garden/Arboretum

Founded in 1889 as research grounds for the Faculty of Biology at Zagreb University, the garden includes an arboretum with English-style...

Crkva svete Katarine

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Built for the Jesuit order between 1620 and 1632, this church is the most beautiful baroque church in Zagreb. It is a one-nave church...

Crkva svetog Marka

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

The original building was erected in the 13th century, and was once the parish church of Gradec. The baroque bell tower was added in...


  • Market/Bazaar

Farmers from the surrounding countryside set up their stalls here daily, though the market is at its busiest on Friday and Saturday mornings...

Hrvatski muzej naivne umjetnosti

  • Museum/Gallery

This unusual school of painting dates back to the 1930s and features more than 1,600 works of untutored peasant artists, primarily from...

Hrvatsko narodno kazalište

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The building dates from 1895, designed by the Viennese firm Hellmer and Fellner as part of the preparations for a state visit by Emperor...

Kamenita vrata

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The original 13th-century city walls had four gates, of which only Kamenita Vrata remains. Deep inside the dark passageway, locals stop...

Kula Lotrščak

  • Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

Formerly the entrance to the fortified medieval Gradec, Kula Lotrščak now houses a multilevel gallery with occasional exhibits of contemporary...

Meštrović Atelier

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This 17th-century building, with its interior courtyard, served as home and studio to Ivan Meštrović from 1922 until his emigration...