Udruga Pimp My Pump i Street art studio Lapo Lapo pozivaju sve građane i turiste u ‘Art Park’ smješten između Tomićeve ulice, Ilice i Strossmayerovog šetališta koji će ovog ljeta, od lipnja do rujna, postati muzej na otvorenom upotpunjen različitim umjetničkim programom.
Art Pavilion in Zagreb is a famous croatian cultural institution in the first building in SE Europe designed exclusively for art exhibitions. Art Pavilion in Zagreb Art Pavilion is the oldest exhibition building in the Slavic south and the only building built with the intention of holding large exhibitions.
Banski dvori (pronounced [bâːnskiː dvɔ̌ːri], Ban's Court) is a historical building on the west side of St. Mark's Square in Zagreb, Croatia. It served as the official residence of the Croatian Bans and is currently used by the Croatian Government.
In Bundek Park citizens can enjoy nature, numerous outdoor activities, barbecuing, sunbathing, and fishing. The park extends to 545,000 m², of which 470,000 m² are green areas, 50,000 m² are water areas (lakes), and 10,000 m² are walking paths. The Bundek Lake consists of the Big Lake and the Small Lake.
Dolac market is Zagreb’s main open-air farmers’ market. The place locals buy their food. Full of life and colour. A must see and experience when you are visiting Zagreb! TIP: YOU WILL LOVE HOMEMADE CORNBREAD YOU CAN ONLY FIND AT THE MARKET’S DAIRY SECTION. THERE ARE LADIES SELLING CORN BREAD THEY BAKED THEMSELVES THAT SAME MORNING.
The Ethnographic Museum is located at 14 Ivan Mažuranić Square in Zagreb, Croatia. It was founded in 1919 by Salamon Berger. It lies in the Secession building of the one-time Trades Hall of 1903, designed by the architect Vjekoslav Bastl. The statues in the central part of the façade are the work of Rudolf Valdec.
Medvedgrad today Medvedgrad (pronounced [mědʋedɡraːd]; Croatian for bear-fort; Hungarian: Medvevár) is a medieval fortified town located on the south slopes of Medvednica mountain, approximately halfway from the Croatian capital Zagreb to the mountain top Sljeme.
Medvednica (pronounced [mɛ̌dʋɛdnit͡sa]) is a mountain in central Croatia, just north of Zagreb and marking the southern border of the historic region of Zagorje. The highest peak, at 1,035 m (3,396 ft) is Sljeme. Most of the area of Medvednica is a nature park (park prirode), a type of preservation lesser than a national park.
Mimara Museum houses 3750 works of art donated by Ante Topić Mimara. The collection contains art from French Impressionists to ancient pottery and Chinese jade. You can marvel at paintings of Goya, Velazquez, Rubens, Van Dyck, Botticelli, El Greco, Renoir, Raphael, Titian and many others.
In downtown Zagreb, in the old upper city Baroque centre, near the „Kamenita Vrata“ ( Stone gate) – the best-preserved entrance in the former „Grič“ surrounded by city walls – there is a newly opened gallery by the contemporary sculptor Tomislav Ostoja.
Church of St. Francis of Assisi - Zagreb, Croatia The Church of St. Francis of Assisi in Zagreb, Croatia was built in the 13th century as part of a Franciscan monastery. There is a legend that St. Francis visited Zagreb after returning from the east and lived as a guest of a wealthy widow, Catherine Galovic, and the widow later donated the property on which the Franciscan monastery and church were built.
Zrinjevac Park is one of the most romantic places in Zagreb. The park provides a chilled and relaxing spot away from the city’s regular rhythm. TIP: ZRINJEVAC PARK IS A CENTRE STAGE FOR NUMEROUS ZAGREB EVENTS SUCH AS CEST IS D BEST AND ADVENT IN ZAGREB. Zrinjevac Park is a part of Zagreb Lenuci horseshoe.
Flickering candlelight, silent prayer and hope will greet you as you pass the Stone gate and wonder what this place is. The Stone Gate is the most significant oath site in Zagreb. Feel free to stop by, light a candle and pray for health, happiness, good luck and love.
Zagreb 360° – observation deck and event venue is the most visited tourist attraction in Zagreb. Situated in the heart of the Croatian capital, positioned on Ban Jelačić (main) square in Zagreb on the 16th floor at the very top of the Zagreb Skyscraper at Ilica 1a, it offers a spectacular view of Ban Jelačić (main) square, Manduševac fountain, Kaptol, Gradec, Upper and Lower town, and ...
Zagreb City Museum will show you all aspects of the city. Showing Zagreb under the influence of politics, the church, history, economy, town-planning and architecture, the history of art and literature, and everyday life. The Museum building was once the Convent of the Poor Clares and is a historical monument itself. Their most valuable exhibit.