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Zagreb Palace Courtyards to Open to Public

DVORISTA2Ever been curious what are behind the gates of palaces in Zagreb’s Upper Town? Well an award-winning tourist manifesto starting again later this month will let you have the opportunity to find out…

From 17 – 26 July you can have a peek behind the facades of some of the most beautiful palaces in Zagreb’s Upper Town.
“Every courtyard has its own story” is the slogan of the tourist attraction project ‘Dvorišta – The Courtyards’ – which will see the gates to some of Croatia’s most spectacular palaces opened up to the public. As well as having a first hand look around these impressive parts of Zagreb history, there will be live music, food and entertainment at the courtyards.

10527506_593436584107996_7726242065753314294_nFor more information go to the official website, or check them out on Facebook here.

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