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TOP 1

Museum of Broken Relationships

4.2/5
62 Reviews
Zagreb
403m from downtown
Museum
Florafifle
"Time relationship did not go in to see, the door wandered around, taking pictures punched. It is said to be a variety of love-lost stories, I still do not put myself in a dark mood good [ naughty] window sill with postcards, I guess is to passersby casually, is a relatively rough propaganda. Very close to the beautiful church of St. Mark, about a minute's walk."

Reasons to Recommend: The Museum of Broken Relationships is situated in Zagreb, Croatia. The museum exhibits gifts of lovers from all around the world, including books, baseball caps, teddy bears, etc. Each souvenir is sided by a story about it and its original owner. In addition to lovers, there are also some objects given by their parents who have been passed away. There is a coffee shop in the hall, which is a good spot to rest.

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TOP 2

Zagreb Cathedral

4.6/5
81 Reviews
Zagreb
221m from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
老吴华哥
"The Cathedral of the Ascension of the Virgin Mary is a re-emerging iconic building in Zagreb. It was built in 1094 and is a new Gothic style building with two Gothic minarets and a white church with two towers."

Reasons to Recommend: The Cathedral of the Assumption is often known as the Zagreb Cathedral and is one of the landmarks of Zagreb. The church was Gothic and was destroyed in the 1880 earthquake and later reconstructed in 1899. The church has 13th-century frescoes, Renaissance backrest benches, marble altars and Baroque-style pulpit. The church is the main location for citizens to pray and other activities.

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TOP 3

St. Mark's Church

4.5/5
89 Reviews
Zagreb
499m from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
chaojile
"St. Mark's is a Gothic building, the center of Zagreb and one of the oldest. The roof has the city emblem of Zagreb and the logo of the Kingdom of Croatia, with the works of the sculptor Mestirović on display."

Reasons to Recommend: Located in Zagreb, Croatia, St. Mark's Church is a Gothic-style building and displays the works of the famous Croatian sculptor Meštrović. The roof of the church is a highlight, decorated with colorful tiles. There are also badges made of mosaics. On the left is the emblem of several Croatian regions, and on the right is the Zagreb emblem, which is ideal for taking pictures.

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TOP 4

Ban Jelacic Square

4.5/5
53 Reviews
Zagreb
48m from downtown
Square
老吴华哥
"The governor's square in Zagreb, a symbol of Croatia's struggle for national independence, was replaced by a statue of a guerrilla during Tito's time, and was at the center of the square after Croatia's independence."

Reasons to Recommend: The Governor's Square is the focal square of Zagreb with the statue of the main Governor of Croatia, Jelacic. The majority of the structures around the square are from the nineteenth century, from Biedermeier to Art Nouveau to postmodernism, demonstrating an extensive variety of engineering styles. The court is currently a place where natives can do exercises and meet out on the town, and it is exuberant during the evening.

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TOP 5

The Croatian National Theater

4.1/5
28 Reviews
Zagreb
730m from downtown
Theatre
关裕年guanyunian
"Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, is a beautiful small city. Compared with London and Paris, this city is very small, but it is really exquisite, with stone floors and European-style buildings on the streets."

Reasons to Recommend: Situated on the north side of Zagreb Central Station, the Croatian National Theatre has a life of more than 100 years and is a neo-Baroque building. The bright yellow appearance of the theater is very lovely in the sunshine, surrounded by lawns, with various flowers on it, very charming. There are commonly operas, ballets, and dramas in the theater.

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TOP 6

Lotrščak Tower

4.2/5
23 Reviews
Zagreb
400m from downtown
Ancient Pagoda
关裕年guanyunian
"Zagreb is a small pocket town. Walking in downtown Zagreb, you have the same feeling as Belgrade, including Helsinki, Paris and London. The most eye-catching street stone paving, think about it carefully, our Chinese paving is to pave the floor tiles on the ground. This kind of paving tiles cannot resist pressure very well, and it is easy to see the floor tiles on the street smashed. The street surface in Europe, including the street surface in front of the third archway in Macau, is the same as in Europe."

Reasons to Recommend: Lotrscak Tower, a landmark building in Zagreb, is a small museum with photographs of the tower and other objects. The surrounding area is surrounded by historic buildings. Climb to the top of the tower's viewing platform to overlook the entire old city.

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TOP 7

Stone Gate

4.6/5
29 Reviews
Zagreb
364m from downtown
Historical Site
130***19
"The stone gate is the only remaining medieval gate in Zagreb. Built in the 13th century, there is a bronze statue of a warrior on horseback guarding the stone gate. Inside the stone gate is an altar of the Virgin Mary."

Reasons to Recommend: The ancient city gate is located near the St. Mark's Church, also known as Shimen. It was built in the Roman period and is the only remaining city gate in the old city. It is well preserved. Opposite the ancient city gate is the famous Lottelsakta, once part of the old city walls. There is still a cannon on the tower, and by 12 o'clock at noon, the cannon will ring, which has become a tradition of Salegbu.

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TOP 8

Upper Town

4.4/5
33 Reviews
Zagreb
397m from downtown
Featured Neighbourhood
crystal jing
"2019.08. Zagreb-Croatian Street View: The self-driving tour of the Balkan Peninsula begins! Zagreb is the capital of Croatia. There are almost no high-rise buildings. They are all one or two hundred year old houses. The biggest problem is the difficulty of parking. After returning here on the last day of the trip, it was difficult to park a car and was fined for unreasonable charges. It’s hard to imagine such a small country football is really super strong"
TOP 9

Mirogoj Cemetery

3.9/5
10 Reviews
Zagreb
2.6km from downtown
Cemetery
渭南松赞干布
"The area of the cemetery is large, and there are castle-like buildings built around the wall, which is very impressive. The walls are covered by green creeper and other plants, making the cemetery look even older. The cemetery is traditionally said to be a cemetery for religious people, and looking at these tombstones is not all. The cemetery is very clean, and interested people are also very impressed when they look at the life of the dead."

Reasons to Recommend: The Mirogoj Cemetery is a large public cemetery in Republic of Croatia, where many soldiers and civilians who died in the first world war, the second world war and the revolutionary war are buried. The entrance to the cemetery is like an austrian-style castle, and the stone steles here are so distinctive and delicate that some can even be called works of art. It's not a place of horror, but a place of quiet romance.

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TOP 10

Mimara Museum

4.0/5
11 Reviews
Zagreb
986m from downtown
Museum
crystal jing
"2019.09. Zagreb-Mimara Museum: Back to Zagreb again to the Mimara National Museum. Monet, Mingguan Kiln Celestial Ball Bottle, and Rhinoceros Terrace are the most valuable and great!"

Reasons to Recommend: The Mimara Museum is an art gallery in the Republic of Croatia capital of Zagreb. It is mostly exhibited by Antequera Picama and donated to Croatia for many priceless artworks. The museum shows a wide range of exhibits including portraits, glassware, sculptures and oriental art, as well as works by popular painters Rembrandt, Velazquez and Raphael.

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TOP 11

Archaeological Museum in Zagreb

4.4/5
9 Reviews
Zagreb
239m from downtown
Museum
心向远方jing
"The Zagreb Archaeological Museum was established in 1836. It is the oldest museum in Zagreb and is famous in Croatia for its colorful archaeological collections. The collection amounts to 450,000 items, telling the history of Croatia from ancient times to the present."
TOP 12

Strossmayer Gallery of Old Masters

5.0/5
3 Reviews
Zagreb
431m from downtown
Art Museum
Todemmy
"[Fun] The Museum of Ancient Masters of Strosmayer is located in Zagreb. The museum houses the works of some outstanding European painters from the 14th to 17th centuries. [Scenery] The name of the art gallery was named in memory of a bishop of Croatia in the 19th century. It is worth visiting!"
TOP 13

Ban Josip Jelacic Monument

4.5/5
3 Reviews
Zagreb
51m from downtown
Statue/Sculpture
想想冬至
"In the center of the Governor's Square in Jelacic is the Jelacic Statue. He is a national hero of Croatia, but in the former Yugoslavia, his statue was replaced. In the 1990s, after Croatia became independent, the statue was restored to its original position."
TOP 14

Croatian Museum of Naive Art

3.3/5
6 Reviews
Zagreb
441m from downtown
Art Museum
Todemmy
"It is an ideal place to appreciate modern art and is very attractive to art lovers. The museum has a collection of up to 12,000 pieces and a large collection of works by Croatian artists, of which more than 600 are used for fixed exhibitions. According to the types of collections, the museum's collections can be divided into oil paintings, prints, prints and art on paper, movies and videos, photos, media art, sculptures, etc. There are many types!"
TOP 15

Gallery Klovićevi Dvori

4.4/5
8 Reviews
Zagreb
342m from downtown
Exhibition
137***66
"The Klovicevi Dvori Gallery is located in a 17th-century old building in a former Jesuit monastery in Zagreb. It displays some local modern painting exhibitions and is a well-known exhibition hall in Zagreb."
TOP 16

Park Zrinjevac

4.8/5
8 Reviews
Zagreb
284m from downtown
City Park
百合1203
"Roentgen Park A very famous place in Croatia. If you want to go to the end of the park, it is impossible without 2-3 hours. The water along the coast is clear and warm, and there are various flowers in full bloom. It feels very beautiful. In addition, there are many people riding bicycles and basking in the sun. I really like the Mediterranean style here!"

Reasons to Recommend: Park Zrinjevac is a square and park that you can visit in Donji Grad, the central area of Zagreb.

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TOP 17

King Tomislav Statue

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Zagreb
703m from downtown
Monument
TOP 18

King Tomislav Square (Tomislav trg)

5.0/5
2 Reviews
Zagreb
723m from downtown
Zoo
LZH享受人生
"King Tomislav’s Square is right in front of the Zagreb Main Railway Station. Tomislav was the king who ruled Croatia in the Middle Ages. The equestrian statue on the square opposite the railway station is King Tomislav. The yellow building behind the King’s statue is Croatian national art. The pavilion is a neo-baroque palace-style building designed by an architect from Venice in the 19th century. It has an elegant appearance and is very luxurious and luxurious."
TOP 19

St. Catherine's Church

4.4/5
12 Reviews
Zagreb
344m from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
ccjccj
"The Catherine Church is located next to the small square. It is a typical Baroque church in Zagreb. The roof of the church is red, which is very eye-catching. The viewing platform next to it is a highlight, and you can take the whole scenery!"

Reasons to Recommend: Located next to the small square, St. Catherine's Church in Zagreb is a typical baroque church in Zagreb, close to the landmark st. mark's church. The church has a striking red roof. Next to st. Catherine's church in Zagreb, there is a viewing platform that looks down on the basilica of the virgin Mary and a beautiful red dome in the mountains.

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TOP 20

Meštrović Studio

4.8/5
4 Reviews
Zagreb
587m from downtown
Museum
liyanbuct
"The work is very distinctive, the local area is very famous and the history can be considered long, but it is particularly popular that it is really good, whether it is the internal decoration or some items, which are great"