Town squares- Walking down Praska Street in old Zagreb you will come across a series of park squares, each different from the other. Traveling around these squares is a must as they are at the heart of the cities culture, accommodating its many museums, such as the Archeological Museum, and its various monuments.
Croatian National Theatre- A magnificent building in itself, the Croatian National Theatre features world class dramatic, opera, music and ballet performances. With a full program of features and performing arts the theatre is place that has to be visited in Zagreb.
Croatian History Museum- This beautiful Baroque palace is part of the history that it exhibits. Built at the end of the 18th century the building passed through various hands before becoming the home of Croatian history. Holding 140,000 artifacts that span the countries history from prehistory to renaissance to more modern periods, visitors can enjoy the experience of ever changing exhibitions.
Andautonia Archaeological Park- Located just outside Zagreb, near the village of Scitarjevo, the Andautonia archeological Park is testament to the diverse history of the area. The remains of the excavated Roman town provide an authentic step back in time through the main streets, city baths, colonnades and side streets.