Feast your eyes on the greenery, art and architecture of Zagreb’s Lower Town! We start at Zagreb’s main square (Ban Jelačić Square), where we introduce you to the founding of the city, its historical and legendary origins. A short walk takes us to the lively park Zrinjevac. In no time you will feel the difference between the crowded main square, and dive into the green peaceful beauty. While walking, you will see many beautiful historical buildings and various museums and galleries surrounding the park. Continuing our walk, we come to the Art Pavilion at the King Tomislav’s Square, a beautiful square dedicated to Croatia’s first king. Passing the main railway station and the Esplanade Hotel, the next stop on our green route is the Botanical Garden, a beautiful oasis in the middle of the city which holds many domestic and exotic plants. Crossing the street, we find ourselves in front of the beautiful building of Croatian National Archive and stop to mention the father of Croatian literature, Marko Marulić, and other renowned Croatian writers. The tour takes us further, towards the Croatian National Theatre, where you can get familiar with the works of Croatia’s most famous sculptor, Ivan Meštrović. Our entertaining and educational tour is complete by visiting a museum of your choice, and there is plenty to choose from: the Museum of Arts and Crafts, the Etnographic Museum, the Archaelogical Museum, the Strossmayer’s Gallery of Old Masters or the Modern Gallery.