What I like most about Croatia capital, It doesn’t feel like a city that has been overrun over by the tourist industry.
I stayed in Zagreb , even though it doesn’t have a must-see list of sights. It has a must-stroll list of squares and streets.
Tkalčićeva is not only the prettiest surviving nineteenth-century street in the city but also the centre of much of its café-life. Looming above Tkalčičeva, the Upper Town is a quiet area of quaint Baroque streets, its south-facing ridge offering sweeping views across the city.
Another place to visits is the stunning Plitvice lakes . This is one of the most beautiful places I have ever visited. The beauty of the lakes and waterfalls is incredible. It is a must to walk both the upper and lower lakes. If going to Croatia one must make a stop here.