If we take into consideration that the Sljeme radio-television tower is located at 1,031 meters above sea level, and the viewpoint is located on the 83rd meter of the tower, we can say freely that these photographs were taken from almost the highest point in Zagreb!
The Banus Josip Jelacic is the main square in Zagreb, so it is expected to be the most visited place in Zagreb. The main reason for that is the location of the square itself: it is located in the oldest part of the city which is rich with history – both in architecture and with interesting legends.
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 …
A one “wicked” rise from the British Square stands between you and Rokov perivoj, a perfect combination of greenery and serenity that stands next to a concrete jungle situated a few hundred meters south.
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!