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Free Guided Educational Sightseeing Tours of Zagreb

Free tours of Zagreb on Saturdays (photo credit: Sandra Tralic)

Free tours of Zagreb on Saturdays (photo credit: Sandra Tralic)

A free tour guide-led educational look around Zagreb to get to know the Croatian capital better this weekend…

The Zagreb Tourist Board have organised free two hour tours around the capital every Saturday. At 17:00 every Saturday until 14 November 2016 tours will start in front of the Tourist Info Centre on the main Ban Jelačić square.

St. Mark's Square in Zagreb (photo credit: Sandra Tralic)

St. Mark’s Square in Zagreb (photo credit: Sandra Tralic)

The tours will be in Croatian with a tour guide and will include informative visits around the city, including the main square, Zagreb cathedral, Dolac farmers’ markets, Tkalčićeva and Radićeva streets and the Upper Town.

King Tomislav square (Sandra Tralić)

King Tomislav square (Sandra Tralić)

All of the participants on the tour will receive a Licitar heart, Zagreb’s traditional symbol. The tours are open to anybody who wishes to learn more about the city.

Croatian National Theatre (photo credit: Sandra Tralic)

Croatian National Theatre (photo credit: Sandra Tralic)

For more info you can visit the Zagreb Tourist Board website.

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