Go through the market opposite the Cathedral of the Assumption and go down to this street. On both sides of the road are mostly restaurants and bars, and occasionally some tourist souvenir shops. I was a little hungry when I got here, and I went into a Michelin restaurant without taking a street view. The dishes are good, but not cheap.
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The Blood Street in Zagreb is a small road paved with stone and bricks. This road was named because of the bloodshed in the past. There are old buildings on both sides of the street. Walking here will not feel scared. On the contrary, it feels very casual and feels like an ancient European city.
Zagreb is located in the northwest of Croatia, specifically in the west bank of the Sava River and at the foot of Medvednica. Zagreb is a historical city in Central Europe. The whole city is composed of three parts: the old city of churches, city halls and other ancient buildings
It is the busiest street in the city, it leaves from Ban Jelacic square and has everything. Hotels, restaurants, ice cream parlors, hamburgers, pizzerias, bars to have a good beer and coffee shops, for when the cold is intense. Fun to walk and also to have lunch or dinner, at night it has a lot of life too.