Here at Secret Zagreb, we're taking this as an extremely positive sign after the endless downwards spiral of 2020. A year that starts with an opportunity to create fresh content will have to be full of inspiration exchange
At the very end of 2020, on 29 December, an earthquake hit Croatian Sisak-Moslavina county. This is a rural region with so many tiny villages where a lot of people don't have much and live content in modesty, not even
Advent in Zagreb might be much humbler than we're all used to, without any markets and lively buzz that goes with it. However, there is one thing you can always do - join a tour, of course! With special precautions
Since 2013, we’ve been traditionally organising an increased number of dark evening tours in October for visitors and locals alike. Our event 13 Nights of Halloween has been around since 2014. This year, however, is not exactly going as planned.
This year has been a nightmare for all the tour and activity operators out there. There are, however, some of us who wake up from a nightmare and, as we realise none if it was real, we try to go
This August, our Iva Silla applied for the first ever Tour Guide Throwdown and ended up as a semifinalist! The task was to create a short video and apply to the competition. We're not into competition, but this whole year
June is here already and we all believe that the worst of this year is behind us. Andrea Pisac of Croatia Honestly and author of Zagreb Shortcuts, a video-series created in collaboration with Zagreb Tourism Board, talked to some Zagreb
Days of myths and legends used to feel so distant. But the dark times are here right now, and they brought families back together to stay safe from an invisible danger. This is a strange and such an unexpected moment