GLS***70I think this place is actually so cool. It's definitely something new to see. Although it look kind of cheesy I actually love it! It's a really cool place to visit and also kind of sad and funny at the same time.But you should definitely visit this, if you ever find yourself in Croatia.I recommend!!!
Jurajivafantastic place to go. recently got hit by an earthquake in 2020. but still a very old and very majestic piece of architecture. only a couple of minutes walk from the city center and many good restaurants around the area. if you are into religious buildings make sure to see the biggest cathedral in Croatia.
Helena BSt Mark’s Square (Trg svetog Marka) constitutes the heart of the Upper Town, having formerly served as the main market square of the settlement of Gradec. Dominating the square is the 13th-century Church of St Mark, a three-isled Romanesque church which still retains much of its original hape. The Gothic arched ceiling and the sanctuary were added in the late 14th century, along with the fifteen statues that stand in iches above the southern portal. Some of the statues were made by masters from the Parler workshop in Prague in around 1420.
Jurajivadefinitely a must see in Zagreb. you will find great food. bars. street performers and most famously a lot of cafes scattered around. check it out for the old architecture and lively atmosphere.
E58***54The castle is not that big, however, it is worth a visit as long as you find yourself in ljubljana. The ticket entrance is 10 euros, which l think it is reasonable, and it includes the museums, the tower and some other parts as walls and chapels. While the view from the castle is great, but l think the city does not offer that much as the style and the architecture seem like the same. Well, to conclude, it is not very impresive, just worth a visit. What l like best was the puppet museum.