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All reviews buried here resting place minute bus ride peaceful place loved ones worth a visit works of art beautiful architecture croatian history walk around zagreb cathedral couple of hours beautiful park visiting zagreb the main square old town tombstones
OK nothing to see. If you have a few days you shouldn't spend time to visit this cemetery . If you pass with the car you will notice a huge cemetery and if you are curious, enter! But there are other things to spend your...More
The cemetery provides an unique insight into Zagreb, as well as an opportunity to see a wonderful example of local architecture.It may also provide an occasion to chat with local residents (as it did on our visit) because it is a relatively busy local venue....More
Catch the 106 bus outside of the Cathedral to main entrance. It runs 3 times an hour. I went on a Tuesday in September after a few days of rain. It was peaceful, green, with the climbing ivy turning fiery. There were a handful of...More
A most beautiful last resting place. The facade and boundary wall are something to behold. Great flying arches and domes with wonderful creeping leaves going over the structure. It is like an amazing Edwardian film set to give Downton Abbey a run for its money....More
This is one of the most attractive cemeteries in the world. It is worth the climb up the hill.
You can catch a bus from the Cathedral (number 106) . Be sure to buy both ways (4 kunas each way) at the kiosk next to...More
We walked around for two hours ( looking for ancestors but didn’t find them) but enjoyed the beauty and calmness there. We should have looked up more information before we traveled to Zagreb so we could have found the plots.
I visited this place straight after summer and there was a little rain. The place is beautiful with its architect honored at the entrance of the cemetary itself. Key points of interest is the previous head of state's tomb, and the memorials to WW1 &...More