Have you ever seen the giant shell in the Petrinjska Street (south of the main square)? We love seeing artworks around Zagreb, so we always take a photo when we’re walking next to beautiful murals like this one. It was made by Lonac, within the Rendez-vous manifestation (Festival of France in Croatia).
The St. Mark’s Church, located on the Upper town in Zagreb, is one of the oldest building monument in the city, built in the 13th century. It is located on the square with the same name, and it’s most known because of its colorful roof.
Have you ever visited a town for the first time and bad weather spoiled? Well, Zagreb has a solution for that. If you visit Zagreb during a rainy day, there may be a solution for that. This was one of those days when we were tired of bad weather, so we went on the Medvednica mountain (to be more exact, …
The main square in Zagreb, named by the Croatian Banus Josip Jelacic, is the most visited location around the center. So, since you’re probably going to visit it, there are a couple of interesting facts you should know about it.
Lonac is one of the most famous Croatian street artists, and back in 2011, he decorated the Culture center Pescenica with a beautiful mural Time Catcher. After all these years, it still looks fascinating!