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Big Zagreb is the tour that covers all the must-sees in Zagreb. Throughout the 3 hour walking tour our guests will relive how Zagreb grew and spread from its initial position on the hills of Kaptol and Gradec to the modern day Downtown. We will begin our adventure in Zagreb’s past by visiting both Gradec and Kaptol, and continue on the most beautiful walk in the city – the Green Horseshoe of Zagreb, during which our guests will learn all about the vibrant yet peaceful capital of Croatia.


A great 2-hour introduction to the city of Zagreb that focuses both on history and culture as well as the modern everyday life of Zagreb as the capital of Croatia. At a moderate pace, you will explore Gradec and Kaptol, the medieval predecessors of Zagreb, covering all the main sights of Zagreb including Ban Jelačić Square, the Stone Gate, St. Mark's Church, Lotrščak Tower, Zagreb Cathedral and many more. During the tour, you will get recommendations on the places to visit in your spare time, rounding up a tour which is both informative and fun.

The price starts at 80€ per group, depending on the number of travelers and the language of the tour.


Join us for a 2-hour walk with a local guide, tick off all the Old Town must-sees, find out what to do, where to eat and drink, where to go out and a lot of other interesting stuff!


A walking tour where you will discover what it was like living in Zagreb during the turbulent years of its recent history.

Our first stop will be the World War II underground tunnels representing the history of Croatia and Zagreb throughout the 20th century, including World War II, almost 50 years of communist Yugoslavia and the fall of communism in Croatia through the Homeland War.

The tour continues to the basement used by locals as a shelter during the air raids on Zagreb where the details of the Homeland War are explained through a video presentation. The tour finishes at the Memorial Center of Bombing of Zagreb* with the exhibition focusing on effect the war had on Zagreb.

*Due to an earthquake that has happened in Zagreb in March, 2020, the Memorial Centre is temporarily closed and is not part of the tour.