Take a walk with us and discover art, architecture, history and everyday life of Croatia’s capital city, Zagreb! We start with the oldest part of the town – Kaptol, visiting the neogothic Cathedral and learning about the founding of the city. Passing through the Dolac farmer’s market, where you can buy seasonal fruits or vegetables, traditional toys and clothes, we continue our tour towards the medieval Upper Town, also known as Gradec. Walking our way up the Radićeva street, an old street full of lovely bars and little designer shops, we reach the oldest preserved entrance to the Upper Town, the Stone Gate. Eventually, we arrive at one of the most remarkable points in Zagreb: St. Mark’s Square. There you will learn the most important things about the Croatian history and political system. From there we continue towards the Lotrščak Tower where you can take great panoramic photos of the Lower Town, hear the loud cannon of Grič at noon, take a ride with Europe’s shortest funicular or continue walking down the Strossmayer’s Promenade towards the main square – The Ban Jelačić Square. There we finish our amusing tour and leave you in good hands – the hands of our loving city!