This street seems to connect a number of important points in Zagreb and filled with interesting shopping. We walked around shopped and then settled down at a restaurant to enjoy the sights and sounds of Zagreb.
I used this road a lot to navigate between the Jelačić Square and various Upper Town locations - very convenient. I liked that there were plenty of cafes & restaurants (even a Mexican joint!), but the nicest surprise by far were the many small shops selling less garish & less touristy souvenirs. There are some bakeries selling traditional Croatian cookies,... 更多
I am here during the winter. You can tell is low season however is worth it to visit as it make you promise yourself to come back in summer times as you do not want to miss the experience of walking, eating and drinking there when it is completely full of life.
This lovely street in the Upper Town is lined with pubs and restaurants and has a great ambience. Jelacic Square, Dolac Market and the Stone Gate are easily accessible from this street
The apartment I stayed at was located on Radiceva Street and this was a centrally located area. It was great for wandering because it led you practically everywhere! There are shops and small restaurants/bars that line each side of the street and it leads down to Jelacic Square, Dolac Market, and the main avenue where you can find pretty much... 更多
This long street is full of cafes, bars and restaurants. It has a chilled out vibe in the day, and then gets busier at night. The only problem? Bars in Croatia let you smoke inside. Yuk.
This street that goes uphill from Jelacic square maintains a lot of character of the old days and is full of small shops of art and craft.