Vesna’s guidebook

Vesna
Vesna’s guidebook

Food scene

The restaurant is located opposite the apartment. Restaurant Noel was born by the end of 2016. in the old part of Zagreb known for rich history. Since the first days, they put a lot of effort into the creation of experience worth remembering. Noel is not just one more restaurant, it’s a place of experience. More : https://noel.hr/en/about-noel/
Noel
1 Ul. popa Dukljanina
The restaurant is located opposite the apartment. Restaurant Noel was born by the end of 2016. in the old part of Zagreb known for rich history. Since the first days, they put a lot of effort into the creation of experience worth remembering. Noel is not just one more restaurant, it’s a place of experience. More : https://noel.hr/en/about-noel/

Neighborhoods

The Meštrović Pavilion (Croatian: Meštrovićev paviljon), also known as the Home of Croatian Artists (Croatian: Dom hrvatskih likovnih umjetnika) and colloquially as the Mosque (Croatian: Džamija), is a cultural venue and the official seat of the Croatian Society of Fine Artists (HDLU) located on the Square of the Victims of Fascism in central Zagreb, Croatia. Designed by Ivan Meštrović and built in 1938, it has served several functions in its lifetime. An art gallery before World War II, it was converted into a mosque under the Independent State of Croatia and was subsequently transformed into the Museum of the Revolution in post-war Yugoslavia. In 1990, it was given back to the Croatian Association of Artists. After extensive renovation, it has served as a space for exhibitions and events since 2006.
Trg žrtava fašizma
The Meštrović Pavilion (Croatian: Meštrovićev paviljon), also known as the Home of Croatian Artists (Croatian: Dom hrvatskih likovnih umjetnika) and colloquially as the Mosque (Croatian: Džamija), is a cultural venue and the official seat of the Croatian Society of Fine Artists (HDLU) located on the Square of the Victims of Fascism in central Zagreb, Croatia. Designed by Ivan Meštrović and built in 1938, it has served several functions in its lifetime. An art gallery before World War II, it was converted into a mosque under the Independent State of Croatia and was subsequently transformed into the Museum of the Revolution in post-war Yugoslavia. In 1990, it was given back to the Croatian Association of Artists. After extensive renovation, it has served as a space for exhibitions and events since 2006.
Ban Jelačić Square (pronounced [bâːn jɛ̌lat͡ʃit͡ɕ]; Croatian: Trg bana Jelačića) is the central square of the city of Zagreb, Croatia, named after Ban Josip Jelačić. The official name is Trg bana Jelačića. The square is colloquially called Jelačić plac. It is located below Zagreb's old city cores Gradec and Kaptol and directly south of the Dolac Market on the intersection of Ilica from the west, Radićeva Street from the northwest, the small streets Splavnica and Harmica from the north, Bakačeva Street from the northeast, Jurišićeva Street from the east, Praška Street from the southeast and Gajeva Street from the southwest. It is the center of the Zagreb Downtown pedestrian zone.
Ban Jelačić Square
Trg bana Josipa Jelačića
Ban Jelačić Square (pronounced [bâːn jɛ̌lat͡ʃit͡ɕ]; Croatian: Trg bana Jelačića) is the central square of the city of Zagreb, Croatia, named after Ban Josip Jelačić. The official name is Trg bana Jelačića. The square is colloquially called Jelačić plac. It is located below Zagreb's old city cores Gradec and Kaptol and directly south of the Dolac Market on the intersection of Ilica from the west, Radićeva Street from the northwest, the small streets Splavnica and Harmica from the north, Bakačeva Street from the northeast, Jurišićeva Street from the east, Praška Street from the southeast and Gajeva Street from the southwest. It is the center of the Zagreb Downtown pedestrian zone.