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All reviewsnice area to walkoutdoor marketlots of shopsflower marketinteresting areaart galleriesfruits and vegetablescafes and restaurantsbotanical gardensdolac marketthe main squareold townwalk aroundjelacic squarewalking tourparkscity
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Reviewed 6 days ago

We went from the old part to this part of Zagreb. The market is mostly food and you'll want to buy some, it is so fresh and good. There are plenty of shops that are fun to browse (like the tie shop - Croatia is...More

Thank PhotographVagabond
Reviewed 1 week ago

You must walk around lower town, lots to see and people are very friendly and helpful Love this town.

Thank Linda G
Reviewed 1 week ago

Old Zagreb is divided in to the Upper and Lower Town. Both are quite different but it's equally important to see them both to get a proper feel for Zagreb. The Upper Town is more obviously historic/touristic and a bit quieter (possibly because you have...More

Thank lonewolf44
Reviewed 1 week ago

This daily market is a great place to buy fresh flowers, fruits, nuts honey and other souvenirs. The other main square is a central tram stop so the activity is constant. Lots of restaurants, bars and shops.

Thank QHaddad
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We were here during the World Cup Finals, and the place was absolutely loaded with people. Trying to find a place to eat was a challenge, and it was difficult to walk at times because of the crowds...but it was awesome. Probably not as fun...More

Thank scooterpie77
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Zagreb consists of the Upper and the Lower towns. The Lower  Town has beautiful, big parks, which are actually used by people and families to relax and play in; us parks. This part of town has art galleries, all sorts of businesses, hotels squares, bars, cafés and especially the Dolac Farmers Market. Do go there for excellent quality fruits and vegetables, especially the local cheese (sir i vrhnje) and cheese dishes like Strukli.

Thank KikiBakshi
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Lots to see, use the Funicular rail to go up to the beautiful St Marks and walk around the old town.

Thank Angus H
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Great for exploring on foot..loads to see and lots of places to eat and just sit and relax. Just beware all the 'smokers'

Thank Lorraine S
Reviewed 4 July 2018

Lots to see do and buy right here. We liked walking around and seeing all the other propel too. We got our Croatian shirts right on the street.

Thank J G
Reviewed 4 July 2018

Beautiful part of town . Visited the daily outdoor market. Bought some in season cherries and some dried figs. The figs you can get either slightly dried to very dry. Also passed a flower market and bought some fresh lavender. A lot of fun and...More

Thank Patrick I
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