During one of our walks around Zagreb, we had to climb to the Upper town, which usually isn’t a big deal (if you like climbing). But, that day, we were too lazy, so we have decided to use the 64 second long drive with the worlds shortest funicular.
Sometimes we plan on going to the city and making interesting stories for you guys and girls, but this post was something else. While photographing around the center of Zagreb, we decided to take random photos and put it together in one post.
With around 700.000 citizens, Zagreb is the largest and the most populated city in Croatia. Like most of the capital cities around the world, the city center is almost only concrete. It looks really beautiful, especially the old architecture you can notice on all buildings in the center, but we all like nature, and Zagreb has a solution for all …
Without writing a bunch of words about the main square in Zagreb, we only want to share a couple of photos of the square (and the Ilica street) during the blue hour. It’s so magical!
The famous French artist Julien de Casabianca made a stunning mural on the oldest and most famous market in Zagreb – the Dolac market. He was inspired by the painting called “My nest” painted by Croatian artist Vlaho Bukovac. This mural was made within the project “Outings”. Doesn’t it look spectacular?