Now is the time to book a Christmas-themed tour
Are you coming to Zagreb this December? Judging by the inquiries we’ve been receiving, the season is going to be more than jolly. Zagreb is well known for its major event Advent Zagreb and we have a perfect tour to match it. It’s called Zagreb Christmas Carol. Just like the Christmas classic by Charles Dickens, this tour is taking you to the city’s curious past, cheerful present, and it even reveals some ways of looking into the future. You will learn about Croatian end-of-the-year traditions, fun winter anecdotes, and even some Zagreb records related to this part of the year. The tour takes place in the old part of the town, which makes it a great alternative to a standard city tour. You will see all the must-sees, but it will be through a special seasonal veil.
Zagreb Christmas Carol is one of our favourite tours, but we can’t really do it in spring. That’s why the anticipation is growing here at Secret Zagreb with every email we receieve about it. Share the excitemenet with us, and join the tour this December.
How to book?
Just like with any other tour from our offer, contact us (email, whatsapp, social networks, or form submission) with your desired date and starting time of the tour, or any other question you might have. We will check the availability and respond in no time. Just make sure to contact us as soon as you know you’re coming, because December dates are already filling up. It is sometimes possible to make last-minute bookings, but the demand seems to be quite big this year.
Prices depend on the group size, as follows:
60 EUR / 1-4 persons
86 EUR / 5-10 persons
110 EUR / 11-20 persons
150 EUR / more than 20 persons
These are total prices for the entire group. We don’t require prepayment. It is possible to pay when we meet in cash or by card, or, for companies, via bank transaction after the tour.
See you in Zagreb in December!
While you’re getting ready for the Christmas season in Zagreb, enjoy some Christmas-themed episodes of our sister-project, Croatia Underrated podcast. Since it’s still October, we suggest this story about a scary tradition. Click on the picture for more info:
Cover photo: Branko Nađ