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This is the place to start in Zagreb, it's the centre from which the rest of the city radiates, and it's where you want to start. It's where everyone meets. From here you can walk and see all the major points around the city centre....More
Jelačić square is between three top attractions of Zagreb. You can find better architecture in other places, more trees in parks and more restaurants in Tkalčićeva. But place around the konj (horse) is a vivid meeting point, place for celebrations and demonstrations. It is the...More
Nice central square with some interesting buildings and the statue of an Croatin hero. There are also people selling food and Croatian craft products, people singing and a lot of other people passing by, meeting there,waiting the bus, etc. - quite crowded.
The Jelacic Square in Zagreb is a busy, bustling part of the city. We happened to catch it while there was a tent in the center with a Taste of Croatia event going on. It was fun to see and sample the various foods of...More
I was in Zagreb for 5 days and I ended up here most days. Whether it was to look at the lovely buildings surrounding the square, to visit the market, to stroll amongst locals and fellow tourists,to shop, catch a tram, eat an icecream or...More
Large square which is the real centre of the city (but to get to the centre of old town you have to walk a few minutes from here!).
I can't find anything extraordinary about the square itself, however it is very important place for all...More
If you spend just a little bit of time here, you will figure out most of Upper Town. Good place for coffee and people watching. Can also get tix for the trams at the news/tobacco stands along the square.
This was the starting point for our tour or Zagreb. There was a craft fair going on with many Croatia produces (honey wine jams etc).
We also saw in the square some traditional dancing. There seemed to extra happening each time we came to the...More