Zagreb around World War II
How the city's everyday life turned into a whirlwind of terror and fear and pushed ordinary citizens to the brink of existence and unusual ventures.
Before World War II, Zagreb was a studio to the artists, a laboratory to the scientists and a store to the merchants. Full of optimism, this city looked into the future with enthusiasm. But then it got caught in a turmoil of terror that left only the ruins of previous society. Nevertheless, Zagreb rose once again, upon these ruins of its previous life, and built this modern city we know today. You can get to know all the stories from Zagreb around WWII on this tour!
Date/day of departure: In Croatian: Tuesdays; in English or French: every day
Time of departure: 18:00
Point of departure: Square of the Victims of Fascism
Language: Croatian, English, French
Duration of the tour: About 2 hours and 30 minutes
Price of the tour: English / French 80 kuna per person, minimum 2 persons; Croatian 50 kuna per person for a minimum of 4 people
Reservation/Check-in: Yes, obligatory reservation / sms or e-mail
Tours on request: Yes, tours on request / sms or email
Additional note: The tour is interactive