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This year it is time to put Zagreb Christmas markets on your itinerary as it was voted the best Christmas Markets destination in Europe for the third year. Christmas time in Zagreb is really something special and wonderful as the city’s streets and parks are crammed with Christmas markets, festive stalls, beautiful lights decorations and local food specialties.
Live music, the advent program, ice skating and mulled wine will make you feel festive and in Christmas mood. Our local guide will show you all the major attractions in the city and all the places where you can eat tasty local food, drink good mulled wine and enjoy the real Christmas spirit.
Winter season (1. December – 6. January): Every day; 9.00 a.m.-7.00 p.m.
Price: 150 € per person
This magnificent Gothic castle was first mentioned in 1252 as a property of the Counts of Višnja Gora and it is the only castle surrounded by water in Slovenia. It stands on one of the island of the Krka River and the landscape surrounding it, is beautiful and a perfect spot for photos. The magnificent castle park was most likely formed at the turn of the 18th into 19th century and it displays numerous autochthonous trees.
The castle was burnt down by the partisan forces during the World War II and after that was renovated and turn into a 5* hotel. Today the Otočec Castle Hotel offers luxurious rooms and suites for the most discerning tastes and a restaurant with best culinary offer.
Zagreb, the capital and the largest city of Croatia, also called the city of museums, is a very modern metropolis but at the same time the city boasts a charming medieval old town with beautiful architecture and traditional Croatian hospitality. The city is divided into three parts: Gornji grad (Upper Town) where you can visit the Presidential Palace, the iconic St. Mark’s Church, the Croatian parliament and many museums and galleries.
Donji grad (Lower town) is a more lively part of the city where you can shop in many shops, try local food in all the restaurants or relax in one of the many cafes, parks or theatres. You can walk through the most famous and known Ban Jelačić square and during the Christmas time enjoy many of the Christmas markets and good mulled wine.
The third part is the modern post- World War II area of Novi Zagreb (new Zagreb) full of high-rise buildings and shopping centers.
Our prices are all-inclusive, so the only extra cost on the tour is lunch. You need to take that into consideration when comparing tour prices, as many agencies advertise low prices and put the admission fees and other extras in the small print.
Zagreb scheduled day trip have a minimum of 4 and a maximum of 8 passengers (for a group of 2-3 travellers surcharge is 100€/tour).
All of our daytrips are also available as private tours. We can customize any tour to the needs and interests of the guest..