Zagreb is celebrating its first Cravat days festival from the October 14th to the October 18. Because of that, some of the most known statues around Zagreb are decorated with this piece of clothing which is invented by Croats back in the 17th century.
There are three different clocks near the main square in Zagreb which tell their own stories.
You’ve probably heard of the Orient express train, but do you know what does it have in common with Zagreb? One of the most known hotels in Zagreb, Esplanade, was built in 1925 to provide accommodation for passengers on the Orient express, the legendary train which travelled between Paris and Istanbul. The hotel was the focal point of Zagreb society, …
This is one of those murals which is hidden a bit, but you can notice is from the Savska Street, and it attracts you like a magnet. The mural, showing a boy sleeping, is called Technicolor dream and it was made by two famous Croatian street artists – Lonac and CHEZ 186.
Most of the murals you can see in Zagreb are located somewhere near the center of the city, but not this one. This mural, showing The Little Prince (originally Le Pettit Prince) is located in the eastern part of Zagreb (Dubrava). It is on a wall of the underpass under the Branimirova Street.