A list of off-the-beaten-path attractions in Zagreb

Zagreb is the capital of Croatia and a tourist destination that combines the best of Eastern European culture. In addition to the well-known attractions, these off-the-beaten-path sights are also worth visiting.

Clovis Chevalier Gallery

Klovićevi Dvori Gallery is located in a 17th-century former Jesuit monastery building in Zagreb, showcasing some local contemporary art exhibitions. It is a well-known exhibition hall in Zagreb.

Meshetrovich Studio

Meštrović is a great Croatian sculptor. This studio is where he used to work, and it showcases many of his artworks, including sketches, prints, sculptures, etc. Each piece is exquisitely crafted and reflects his dedication and talent.
Zagreb's ancient city gate, also known as the Stone Gate, is located near St. Mark's Church. It was built during the Roman period and is the only remaining city gate of the old town, still preserved in its original state. Opposite the ancient city gate is the famous Lotrščak Tower, which used to be part of the old city walls. The tower still houses a large cannon, which is fired at exactly 12 o'clock noon, a tradition that has become synonymous with Zagreb.
Strossmayer Gallery of Old Masters is located in Zagreb and it houses works by some prominent painters from the 14th to 17th centuries in Europe. The gallery is named after a 19th-century Croatian bishop.

Lego Cemetery

This is the largest public cemetery in Croatia, where many soldiers and civilians who sacrificed their lives in World War I, World War II, and the War of Independence are buried. The entrance gate of the cemetery resembles an Austrian-style castle, and the tombstones here are very distinctive, with various styles, some of which can be considered exquisite works of art.