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We stayed overnight (Saturday) and spent a good part of Sunday walking around Varazdin. The main square was fairly quite but was enjoyable to see. Look it up on the map so you don't miss it. Getting there and leaving there are plenty of other...More
Simple walking around here and soak up the atmosphere is a great feeling. There are many cafes along the square. As it was not yet peak season the square was fairly empty. It was perfect to allow time to admire the various buildings and taking...More
We arrived on Sunday. Almost no people. Here and there a few cafes are open. The place is very beautiful, the alleyways are hooked up to the main square, and the view is lovely. The ancient buildings are worth a visit.
Saturday mornings are the best time to feel the pulse of this town. People are doing their fruit market errands and sipping coffees in the central squares.
City guard (purgeri) does their march in front of the hall.
During some parts of the year, there...More
The Varaždin main square is very nice especially because of the artistic façades of the buildings standing there, ancient palaces with lots of character and hearth. It’s a peaceful place called Trg Kralja Tomislava, half a way betwixt the cathedral and St. Francis Church, where...More
We enjoyed spending a few hours in Varazdin on our way to Trakoscan. The square itself is picturesque and wasn't crowded the day that we were there. We enjoyed wandering through the streets in a city that doesn't get nearly as much tourist traffic as...More