Zagreb - the stunning capital of Croatia - is the archetype of architectural splendor. From the gleaming spires of Zagreb Cathedral piercing the sky to the Croatian National Theatre, lovers of beauty and history will find much to remember in the city on the Sava.
Zagreb's history is rich and dynamic - the first historical mention of the name dates back to 1134, referring to the settlement's foundations at Kaptol in 1094, and it became a free royal city in 1242. A global city, Zagreb is known for its high quality of living, sporting and entertainment events, countless celebrated restaurants, and breathtakingly beautiful buildings.
Nestling in the southern slopes of the Medvednica mountain, Zagreb is the jewel in Croatia’s crown. Discover its shine on one of many guided bicycle tours through the city, taking in the most popular sightseeing destinations of St. Mark's Church, Dolac Market, Zagreb Cathedral, the Stone Gate, the Bloody Bridge, Tunel Gric, the Croatian National Theatre, Green Horseshoe, Bundek Park, and the Contemporary Art Museum. With the added benefit of bike rental, choose from an array of authentic day tours revealing Zagreb's rich cultural tapestry!