Things to Do in Zagreb - page 2
For a not-so-typical Croatian art experience, the Museum of Naive Art (Hrvatski Muzej Naivne Umjetnosti) chronicles the often-overlooked 20th-century naive art movement and its many self-taught artists. Widely considered the first museum of its kind, art fans can explore galleries with thousands of drawings, works on glass, and sculpture.
With its emerald-green lakes, rocky caves, and cascading waterfalls framed by soaring dolomite cliffs, ancient woodlands, and fields of wild orchids, Plitvice Lakes National Park is the natural playground of Croatia. The UNESCO World Heritage site has over 73,000 acres (20,500 hectares) of unspoiled landscapes, boasting 16 lakes and 90 waterfalls linked by a network of hiking and biking trails.
For a day trip just a stone's-throw from Zagreb, travelers can find both charm and history exploring the cobblestoned streets of medieval Sambor. Set in the shadow of the Stari Grad fortress ruins, this picturesque city is not only elegant, but something of a culinary hub. Don't miss the Samoborska Kremšnita—the city's famed confection.
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