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Tkalciceva Street in Zagreb bustles with life as this is a place where tourists and locals alike go to have some great time, making it one of the must-see sights when in the city. With its name taken from a historian from Croatia, this is a winding and long street lined with attractive little balconies and house, making it the best spot to go for a romantic and lovely leisurely walk.
There are lots to do and see in the street with its selection of clubs, restaurants, cafes, and bars. This is where you can get a taste of some of the best local cuisines of the area before you have some fun at any of the bars nearby. There are also numerous venues with live music. As the home to one of the city’s best nightlife, it is easy to see that Tkalciceva Street got something in store for everyone.
Established in 1217, there is no denying that Zagreb Cathedral has seen and gone through numerous setbacks and changes over its tumultuous and long history. The Mongols might have razed it shortly after its completion and it may have suffered severe damages following an earthquake but the cathedral remains standing to this day as a grandiose building with an awe-inspiring architecture. With a Neo-Gothic style, the cathedral’s façade sparkles under the sun, with its twin spires dominating the skyline of the city.
When the Ottomans invaded the country, the cathedral served as an observation tower and its fortified walls are still surrounding it at some points. No doubt one of the city’s most gorgeous buildings, the cathedral’s interior is as magnificent with walls adorned with paintings and statues.
The sarcophagus of Blessed Aloysius Stepinac lies close to the main altar that makes it a very holy site dedicated to Assumption of Mary. You will surely come across this cathedral at one point during your trip to the city as this is located close to the main square.
Zrinjevac is the popular name of Nikola Subic Zrinski Square located at the heart of Zagreb. This is a wonderful area to get lost in wandering that attracts locals and tourists alike thanks to its impressive buildings, walkways lined with lush trees, and beautiful monuments.