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Three distinct tours will be held: Insta Zagreb, Europe around Zagreb, and Graffiti & Street Art
The Tourist Board of the City of Zagreb has announced that it will host free tours of the Croatian capital. These tours will take place for most of the summer season, starting from 5 June until 31 July. Moreover, they will target Zagreb’s residents and domestic tourists as they will be held in the Croatian language.
Three different tours
Zagreb’s Tourist Board wants to make sure that people of all ages will be interested in the tours that are on offer. As such, there will be three distinct types: Insta Zagreb, Europe around Zagreb, and Graffiti & Street Art.
The Insta Zagreb tour has been created for those who are passionate about photography and social media. That is, this particular tour will consist of a guide and professional photographer who will show you the best places to take photographs in the capital city. Those interested in attending Insta Zagreb must send an application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Europe around Zagreb will explore the rich history of the city, showing its ties to Florence, Venice, Paris, Rome, Budapest, Vienna, Prague, and other European cities. To register your interest, email email@example.com.
The Graffiti & Street Art tour targets everyone who is interested in arts and visual culture as guides will discuss the history behind Zagreb’s street art. To attend this tour, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Departure points and times
All three tours will take place on Saturdays at 5 pm and they will last between 1.5 and 2 hours. However, each of them will depart from a different location. The departure points are as follows:
- Insta Zagreb: Croatian National Theatre
- Europe Around Zagreb: Model of the City of Zagreb
- Graffiti & Street Art: Visitor Centre on Ban Jelačić Square 11
Finally, it is important that the maximum number of people per group will be 25.
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