Visitors can explore the old town in Zagreb, which is home to numerous museums, galleries, and historic landmarks. The city is also known for its excellent food and wine scene, making it the perfect place to relax and unwind after a day of exploring the automotive industry.

Zagreb's streets are alive with energy, particularly in the bustling central square, Ban Jelačić Square. Here, you can explore vibrant markets, boutique shops, and trendy cafes. Dolac Market, located nearby, offers a delightful experience of fresh produce, local delicacies, and handicrafts.

Zagreb's gastronomic scene is a delightful fusion of traditional Croatian cuisine and international influences. The city offers a wide range of restaurants, bistros, and taverns where you can savor delicious local dishes, such as štrukli (cheese-filled pastry), kulen (spicy cured sausage), and homemade pasta.

More exquisite places to visit in Zagreb are:

  • Technical Museum Nikola Tesla: This museum is dedicated to the history of technology and science and features a wide range of exhibits, including a collection of vintage cars and motorcycles. Visitors can explore the evolution of the automobile and learn about the engineering behind some of the world's most iconic vehicles. Visit (
  • Jarun Lake: This man-made lake is a popular spot for water sports, including wakeboarding and water skiing. Visitors can also take a stroll around the lake or relax on the beach.
  • Maksimir Park: This park is Zagreb's largest and oldest park, with plenty of green space and walking paths. It's also home to the Zagreb Zoo, which features a variety of animals from around the world. Park Maksimir – Javna ustanova Maksimir (
  • St. Mark's Church: Located in the heart of Zagreb's old town, this church is famous for its colorful tiled roof. It's also home to the Croatian Parliament, making it an important political landmark. Saint Mark’s Church [Zagreb Icon] » Visit Zagreb
  • Dolac Market: This open-air market is a great place to experience Zagreb's food culture. Visitors can sample fresh produce and traditional Croatian dishes, as well as purchase souvenirs and handicrafts. Dolac Market [Full of Life and Colour] » Visit Zagreb
  • Museum of Illusions: Offers interactive, immersive and fun experience. Amusing and awesome tricks will teach you about vision, perception, the human brain and science so it will be easier to perceive why your eyes see things which your brain cannot understand. Museum of Illusions
  • Museum of Broken Relationships: This unique museum features a collection of items that represent the end of romantic relationships. While it may not have a direct connection to the automotive industry, it's a popular destination for tourists and a testament to Zagreb's quirky and eclectic spirit. Museum of Broken Relationships (