For the City of Zagreb Day and the feast of the Mother of God of the Stone Gate, the patron saint of Zagreb, which is celebrated on May 31, the Zagreb Tourist Board has prepared, with partners, free city tours, plays and workshops for the youngest, a concert in Zrinjevac and other programs.
Thus, on Tuesday in the Music Pavilion of Zrinjevac Park, at 17:30 pm, a concert by a ten-member ensemble will be held. “Swingers band”. The group bases its program on a repertoire of famous evergreens and songs dedicated to the city of Zagreb.
Free city tours
It will be held at 14 p.m. educational city tour for children with departure at Manduševac, at 18:30 it is scheduled costumed city tour "From Zagorka's pen" which starts at the monument to Marija Jurić Zagorka in Tkalčićeva Street, and an hour later another costumed tour of the city follows "Zagreb's Enchanted Stories" with departure at Kula Lotrščak.
As part of the project of the Tourist Board of the City of Zagreb at several locations in the Upper Town, from 10 to 12 hours, will be held Upper Town Music Views with old-town songs by street musicians. A shift of guards will be held in front of the Ethnographic Museum, starting at 11:30 honorary companies of the Kravat Regiment, and from 17 pm to 20 pm it is scheduled Upper town in the past.
Interesting program for children is being prepared in the Park of King Petar Krešimir IV. and on the small stage of the Maksimir Public Institution, where performances for children and occasional workshops will be held.
In addition to the listed tours of the city, there will be other special programs, and all the details can be found at links.
- We are celebrating the Day of the City of Zagreb with various free programs, and this year we will celebrate it as wellbolto mark in Sarajevo, as part of the I BiH festival, where an exhibition of our famous travel writer and photographer, Davor Rostuhar, will be held, dedicated to Zagreb for his birthday. Traditionally, a kind of overture is our green and sustainable Hanging Gardens, which we have been installing on the lamps of the Upper and Lower Towns since mid-May, and on Saturday is the opening of the new pedestrian zone of Old Wallachia., said on this occasion Martina Bienenfeld, director of the Zagreb Tourist Board.