The festivity gathers street artists of all sorts, including acrobats, clowns, singers from all around the world. They perform at 7 locations in the centre of the town, but the central gahtering is at Zrinjevac Park Zagreb, in the shades of 120 years old sycamore trees.
My name is Inga Juraga and I am a State Licensed Zagreb's City Guide
You can contact me on:
Mobile: +385 91 594 0016
- Full degree in Economics, Bachelor of Business Administration 1985, University of Economics, Zagreb
- State approved Course of Zagreb City Guiding – VERN College, Zagreb, 2012.
- Course of public relations and public speaking, sales techniques, time management, Crawley, England
- Foreign languages:
Interests and hobbies
- Sports, music, history
We had only 3 hours to see Zagreb and so realized that we would not be able to do it well on our own as the time was so limited. Inga showed us the most interesting places and we felt that in those several hours we got a good grip on Zagreb's history, culture and architecture. We would not have been able to do it without her. I'd like to add that by the very end of the tour (basically when the tour itself was already over) my granddaughter started to have a pretty strong allergic reaction to pollen in the air. Inga personally took us to the closest drug store and was there with us until she made sure we got the right medication. After that she suggested for us to have a cup of coffee and relax in the nearby cafe, Aida, where the pastries turned out to be the absolutely best pastries we ever had. All in all, Zagreb would've been a much bleaker experience without Inga!
Natella Vaidman, U.S.A. (member of Tripadvisor)