Zagreb, capital and the largest city of Croatia. It has a very rich history dating from Roman times till today. In the first recorded appearance of the name of Zagreb dated from 1094, city was divided in two centres, eastern Kaptol and western Gradec. Kaptol was inhabited by clergy and still is today. Gradec was a home of many craftsman and merchants. These two centres were united back in 1851 by Ban Josip Jelačić whose statue adorts main square of Zagreb city. Feel everyday Zagreb on Dolac market while you sense a scent of more than one hundred kinds of fresh fruits and vegetables. On the way to the upper city you will pass the famous Stone gate, one of the best-preserved monuments of the old Zagreb. Take a ride with the funicular in Zagreb and a walk via Lenuzzi green horseshoe – one of the major urban interventions in the history of Croatian architecture and horticulture. We will stop at the famous cemetery of Mirogoj, the „Westminster Abbey of Croatia“, as well as the ornate 19th Century National Theatre and the Zagreb University.