Wonderful street for going out full of restaurants and cafes. There are always lots of things happening and lots of people. Just off the main square Trg Bana Jelacica.
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When you are in Zagreb, especially when the weather is warm do not miss this street. It is full of bars, small coffee houses and little restaurants with authentic food and menu. Total recommendation.
One of the must see streets in Zagreb. Cafes on both sides of the street, from the beginning to the end, cute and colorful houses and a lots of restaurant. Tourist heaven since it offers something for everybody. Always busy since it’s popular with both...More
Tkalčićeva is connection with a main square Bana Jelačića. We were visiting Zagreb in a christmas time and I was speechless about the spirit and energy around. The street is full of cozy bars and restaurants and I'm 100% sure there is a place for...More
This little street is full of bustling activity and all sorts of delicious food, drink and coffee offerings. Definitely one to put on your must see places to visit and eat when in Zagreb.
Tkalčičeva street is a street connecting Kaptol with the Ban Jelačič square. Somehow embodies the heart and soul of Zagreb and its international component. On Tkalčič's sea there are various restaurants, pubs and handicrafts shops. Made for sitting and relaxing between the views of Kaptol...More
Caffee houses and restaurants offer generally good value for money and experience of both mttlleeuropean and mediteranean street. Only lousy coffee at Otto&Franck, no food experience there.
This Downtown/Uptown street is right off of the main square and its full of bars and restaurants, in and outdoor. The feel is very nice, people get nice and dressed up day and night and enjoy the walks up to Old city after coffee break....More
It is hard to imagine that this street that is lined with restaurants, bars and cafes, was once a river that separated the districts of Kaptol and Gradec, due to being so polluted it was filled in the late 1800's, at one time it was...More