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Zagreb Joins Jane’s Walk Movement – English Walk Offered

zhAre you an expat living in Zagreb? A traveller visiting Zagreb? or just curious to know more about your city, then the global walking festival ‘Jane’s Walk’ could be perfect for you…

Jane’s Walk, named after urbanist and activist Jane Jacobs whose writings championed a community-based approach to city building, is an international movement that celebrates city walking. People from all around the world will walk at approximately the same time, and this year Zagreb Honestly has joined the movement. In 2014 Jane’s Walk took place over 6 continents, 25 countries, 134 cities, and in the form of over 1000 walks.

There will be 5 walks in Zagreb, including one in English. The walk will take you through leafy trails overlooking Downtown Zagreb, with stories along the way being shared in English.

What: Jane’s Walk – Zagreb
Where: Britanac, Zagreb
When: 8 May, 6pm

Click here for more information about Zagreb Honestly’s walk.

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