Join our Zagreb private walking tour with a local licensed guide. Experience Zagreb’s Upper Town and Lower Town districts on this 120-150 minute long walking tour. “Meet Zagreb” is a great private tour to get to know the history of the town. More importantly, the city tour will give you an insight into the two different cities. The modern, urban, and vibrant capital as well as the historic, cultural Zagreb that grew side by side with its counterpart Vienna. Next, you will take a ride by Zagreb’s funicular up to the Upper (old) Town. From the Upper Town, we go downtown passing by the Zagreb’s Cathedral and walking through Croatia’s biggest Farmers Market “Dolac”. Finally, the city tour ends with lunch in one of Zagreb’s traditional restaurants where you will have a chance to try some of the local specialties.
10:00 Pick up and start a tour of Zagreb town
12:30 Zagreb district with your own licensed guide
13:30 Continue with Samobor town sightseeing
16:00 Return to Zagreb
Departure Point: Hotel pick up and drop-off from Zagreb and outside of downtown Zagreb, please advise your exact pick-up location upon confirmation.
Morning in Zagreb, meet your friendly local guide for Zagreb private walking tour. In other words, the city tour will give you an insight into the two different cities. The modern, urban, and vibrant capital as well as the historic, cultural Zagreb. Next, we will take a ride by Zagreb’s funicular. The shortest cable car in the world has only 66 meters in length and connecting downtown Zagreb with the Upper (old) Town. Furthermore, you will enjoy the historic walk through its alleys, palaces, and monuments. From the Upper Town, we go downtown passing by the Zagreb’s Cathedral and walking through Croatia’s biggest Farmers Market “Dolac”. Finally, the city tour ends with lunch in one of Zagreb’s traditional restaurants where you will have a chance to try some of the local specialties.
Next, we are heading towards Samobor. With driver-guide in the lead, you can focus on sightseeing along. Samobor is one of the oldest Central European cities. Besides history, you will enjoy the stunning countryside landscape and local homemade folk-cuisine specialties. During the city walk, learn about traditional Croatian handicrafts. We shall visit the historic copper mine of St. Barbara, sample local specialties such as Kremsnita cake and Bermet wine, and enjoy free time to explore Samobor Old Town. We are continuing the trip towards Zagreb and expected to arrive in Zagreb at 4.00 pm.
Croatian cuisine is very diverse. In other words, every region of Croatia has its own culinary tradition. The differences in the selection of foodstuffs and forms of cooking are most notable between the “mainland” and “coastal region”. Mainland cuisine is more characterized by the earlier Slavic, Germany and Hungarian cuisine. Using lard for cooking, and spices such as black pepper, paprika, and garlic. The coastal region bears the influences of the Greek and Roman cuisine. Coastal cuisines use olive oil, spices such as rosemary, sage, bay leaf, oregano, marjoram, cinnamon, clove, nutmeg, and lemon and orange rind. Zagreb is the capital of Croatia and we are lucky to have food from the whole country. We will visit a couple of restaurants in the City center which offer traditional food. Our guide will help you with all your questions about Croatian food and history which made our cuisine so diverse.
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