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Unique Croatian Tourist Tour Wins International Award

Secrets of Gric/Tajne Grica 200. izvedba

Some international recognition for one of Zagreb’s favourite cultural tourist tours…

The interactive theater night tour Secrets of Grič was last month nominated for an award at The Luxury Travel Guide Awards 2016, and after voting by more than 500,000 registered users from all over the world, the Croatians were announced the winners in the Unique Experience of the Year category.

Secrets of Grič is a tour designed for those who wish to discover the historical and mystical side of the capital. The 1-hour tour is based on historical facts, romanced history taken from the novel by Mary Juric Zagorka, and the famous urban legends. Night tour “The Secret of Grič” is special for its evening term and costumed historical and fictional characters that represent the city’s history on a scenic and interactive way that visitors can partake in some scenes.

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Secrets of Gric/Tajne Grica 200. izvedba

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