Our tours are available all year long, that's why we're taking a small summer break for the first two weeks of July and there will be no secret Zagreb tours or activities available.
That doesn't mean we're going to be completely silent. If you happen to be somewhere on the Croatian coast on July 10, come to Legendfest in the Krka national park, and hear stories about Croatian fairies. Find more info on this link.
If you're staying in Zagreb in the two weeks we're off duty, Secret Zagreb blog can help you explore the city:
Can you feel this melancholic vibe? This is Zagreb.
New tour by Secret Zagreb honours many inspiring women who have walked the streets of this city.
Iris is a flower that bears the name of the divine messenger of ancient Greek gods. In Croatia, we took it a step further, naming it in honour of the ruler of the Slavic pantheon himself!
Many travellers would love to visit mountain Medvednica that guards the city in the north. The truth is, there are more and more people who live here in Zagreb, who feel that Medvednica is out of reach. So, you find yourself on the main square and want to get to the top of the mountain. How do you that? Read on and get ready!
If the path takes you to Zagreb this Christmas season, make sure to turn to Secret Zagreb because we have a lot of interesting tours prepared.
Many travelers visited the streets of secret Zagreb this summer. To be precise, in the last two months it was almost 500 people from all over the world. Those who visited in the last few weeks, might have enjoyed a slightly more special experience, though, because that's when I came back from Interpret Europe Certified Interpretive Guide course.
Movie that starts with an opening of some underground passages just can't go well. Luckily enough, I' not talking about some slasher horror movie. This is actually happening here in Zagreb. A huge tunnel, many people didn't even know existed, is finally renovated and you will be able to enter it every day from 9 to 9. Have fun, I'm sure nothing can go wrong!
Family with teenagers visiting Zagreb? I'm sure that some members of your family want to learn about the city, some want to be active and try fun stuff, while some of you just don't want to let that iPhone go. Is there a way of exploring the city and make everyone happy? I hope this post will give you some ideas of things to do in Zagreb together as a family, when at the same time, you can get to know this city.
It's time for the traditional end-of-the-year countdown of the most popular blog posts in 2015. In case you haven't read them yet, now is the time!