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This is an inclined, uphill kind of street that I took from Lower Town to go to the Upper Town. I admired the beautiful facades of the buildings that appeared to be private homes.
Interspersed among these homes are some art galleries, souvenir shops, and...More
This is a pretty long street with lots of restaurants and cafes. Our guide told us that this street was called the long street in the past. It was a very colourful street with some good souvenir shops and a few jewellery shops.
Radiceva is another of those areas one should really visit in order to soak in all Zagreb has to offer. Some nice statues, lots or restaurants and bars and absolutely great people watching.
Radičeva is by connecting by Bloody Bridge with Tkalčićeva .This gently sloping street leads to the Upper Town from the main square was named after Croatian politician Pavle Radić ,before that the street was known as Long street , and wooden houses were often damaged...More
Long pretty street that links the lower and upper town and then leads to the Stone Gate. Cobbled streets, historical buildings and the statue of St George near the top. Very nice. Restaurants, cafes and boutique shops can be found. Lovely walk.
This is a long street filled with restaurants, shops, bars and cafes. There is a lot of choices for food where you can find local Croatian cuisines, Indian, Greek and Mexican. You can also browse the shops for interesting local souvenirs and artworks.
First photo of this one is not Radićeva but Tkalčićeva street. (tourists have obviously blended).
Very nice paving across the street. A lots of little shops, bakery.
I recommend Budoir store - so pretty dresses!