Our daily tour of Zagreb will not only include the upper town, we will give you also a view of downtown, and a different one. We will meet at Glavni Kolodvor, starting our journey through King Tomislav Square and Zrinjevac Park, discovering the stories about the people who lived there and made this city. You'll learn about the brave sisters Baković who faught for justice in second world war, but also about the struggles we face today - in the same place they once stood, but on different levels, although equally important and heartfelt. The buildings we pass by in Masarykova street will remind us how diverse the creation of this city was. From downtown we will take time to get a little lost in the colors and smells of the central Dolac market, and from there pay visit to the first croatian female journalists and a symbol of Zagreb, Marija Jurić Zagorka in famous Tkalča. Like in her stories, inspired by the old upper town Gradec, we will walk its streets and see why they were so inspiring in the first place. Passing by Saint Mark's Church and The Stone Gate, we will end the tour at the foot of the Lotrščak tower, place with the most recognizable sound taking over the city every day at noon.
We're Ivana and Ivana. One of us has been in Zagreb her whole life, and the other came here 11 years ago and never left. Our shared love for Zagreb is one of the things that brought us together and now we wish to share that with others. We are educated journalists and licenced tour guides, and curiosity is in the core of everything what we do. We are interested in what's hidden and understated, but also in the gems of everyday life. You can be sure we won't offer you a fake and superficial touristic gaze, but rather share with you a piece of our lives and experiences, the depth of the city we love. We only take small groups and want to connect with people.
If you'd like to be photographed during the tour, it can also be arranged, we just need to know in advance. We are…
With the two of us, you will feel the real rhythm of the city. A different angle of view brings a new perspective to well known tourist atractions.
Wear comfortable shoes and bring a bottle of water with you. For people with difficulty in walking - some of the areas might be hard to get around, so the tour might be exhausting, so please have that in mind before signing up for the tour.
Up & down the city