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Legendary food market where you can buy fresh fruit and vegetables, homemade products, fresh fish and even some traditional souvenirs.
Daily fresh produce on the upper level (stairs visible from main square) and dairy, meat and pickled vegetables on the ground level.
The best and the biggest farmers market in Zagreb - great both for sightseeing and shopping
The belly of Zagreb ever since 20th century where you can find all kinds of juicy and healthy veggies.
After enjoying the urban atmosphere of Ban Jelačić Square, head to the city’s main food market, known locally as Dolac. This vibrant market will enchant you with its combination of flavors, colors, and smells. It's a great opportunity to mingle around the locals while buying fresh food products. If…
The daily market or Dolac, on a raised square a set of stairs up from the main square, has been the city’s major trading place since 1926.
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“a bar where you can find a variety of Croatian craft beer, and enjoy it in a quirky ambient. ”
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“Ivan Meštrović was a Croatian artist, a rare and one of a kind talent. The Well of life is one of his famous works located in front of Croatian National Theater. Just across the Theater is Faculty of Law, and in front of it another sculpture from Meštrović: Mother.”
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“Zrinjevac (Nikola Šubić Zinski Square) -Just around the corner from the central square is one of the most romantic places in Zagreb, Zrinjevac Park. Your first impression will be of a green and floral promenade – this is where art lovers flock in droves. -Your attention is soon drawn to the pretty flowerbeds and water fountains, and to the appearance of a meteorological station. Since 1884 weather conditions have been recorded on the meteorological pole here. It was a present to the city of Zagreb by Adolf Holzer, a physician. You can stand next to the marble post and check the temperature and air pressure and coordinate your watch with a 24-hour dial. -In the heart of Zrinjevac, there stands the Music Pavilion which has served as an open-air concert stage since the 19th century. -The first fountain in Zagreb was built shortly after the opening of the Zagreb waterworks in 1878. It was designed by architect Herman Bollé and serves as a great place to find refreshment during hot summer days. Because of its swelling, organic shape, the fountain is popularly known as “The Mushroom”. ”
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