Take a tour through the recent turbulent history of Croatia and it's capital. Learn more about the fall of the communist Yugoslavia and Croatian fight for independance in the disastrous Homeland War.
The tour includes a visit to the Memorial center of bombing of Zagreb, a presentation about the fall of Yugoslavia and the Homeland war and a tour through the streets of Zagreb where the bombing happened.
A 2,5-hour small group tour of the Croatian turbulent history and Homeland war
Includes guidance, WW2 underground tunnels, authentic war basement (shelter) and Museum of Bombing of Zagreb
From Monday to Saturday at 3pm, Sundays at 11am
Book the tour online, by email or phone at least an hour in advance
The Homeland War tour starts on the Ban Jelačić Square wherefrom a guide takes guests to the World War II underground tunnels presenting the history of Croatia and Zagreb through the 20th century including the World War II, almost 50 years of communist Yugoslavia and the fall of communism in Croatia through the Homeland War.
The tour finishes off in the Memorial Center of Bombing of Zagreb with a video presentation on the details of the Croatian Homeland War and the tour of the exhibition focusing on the bombings of Zagreb.
Meeting point: In front of the horse statue at Ban Jelacic (main) square
Price: 150HRK /20€ per person
Signing up: At least an hour before the tour