E xperience the sights and sounds of the Croatian capital through our attractive Zagreb Photo Tour of Downtown and Uptown locations.
Walk through history, experience the essence of the city, see the hidden gems. Guided by a local professional photographer, who will also give you advice and practical know-how on photographing with your smartphone or camera.
Use your time in Zagreb wisely, get to know the best open and tucked away spaces, make sure you feel the real pulse of the city – join us! Take more experiences and great photos home with you, let’s enjoy Zagreb together 🙂
Zagreb Photo Tour is modified to your time frame and preferences. You can choose to visit the best sightseeing photo locations, or pick a specific route such as churches, museums, hidden backyards, hearty cafes and bars, historic or modern places of interest…
These include the Well of life by the renown sculptor Ivan Meštrović, the Sun And The Planets installation in several locations, the garden of the Archaeological museum, the Grič cannon in the Lotrščak tower, plateau overlooking the cathedral and many more.
Required experience and equipment
All levels of photography experience are welcome, the tour leader will adapt to your knowledge and needs. Bring comfortable shoes for walking. Stone surfaces may be slippery if wet. Your camera bag, tripod and any other equipment should not be too heavy or large. Avoid rolling photo bags, use smaller backpacks. Polarizing and ND filters, as well as macro lenses are welcome, but not necessary. Tour can be customized to offer sunrise photography.
What better way is there to see Croatia than with a photographer whose job is to travel and explore. Igor Nobilo made photography his profession 18 years ago. Since then he has traveled extensively across Croatia and beyond on assignments and for fun. He has a passion for reportage and exploring the world around us. His expertise in photography enables him to provide a wide range of educational and practical lessons.
Julien Duval is a French photographer specializing in travel and concert photography. After obtaining a geography degree in France, he came to Croatia for an internship and fell in love with the country. He has explored Croatia for 7 years and captured with his camera its amazing scenery. His clients mainly include tourist boards, tourists agencies and musicians. His work is regularly published in Croatian, French and international media.
A red carpet veteran of film festivals across Europe, Krasnodar Peršun today teaches at a private media school in Zagreb. His work led him on travels far beyond Croatia, only to show him that the best sights are at home. He’s been using the experience gained through photojournalism to help others advance in photography. He loves the mid-Adriatic island of Pag, where he vacations and creates magical images. A freelance career has given him the ability to pursue his wants and needs in photography and beyond.
Any day of the year, on request.
Your expert photographer guide will show you the scenic spots, but also any gems along the way hidden from most visitors. You can rush through the sights, or take it slow and enjoy the pulse of the city.
Starting in April or May, the green cover of the many parks is reborn, while most city windows and alleys of the Upper Town boast colorful flowers. The city is full of street events from May to October, while in December you can enjoy the Advent season with decorations, ice parks and hopefully some snow. If you prefer a slower and less packed experience, try August when many inhabitants are on vacation and the city’s pulse slows down considerably.
Price is set at 55€ per group for a two-hour tour of the Downtown and Uptown areas, payable at the end of the tour. The tour can be extended beyond the first two hours at a discounted rate. Max number of persons in group is 5.
Price includes our expert photographer guide, tips and advice on using your camera/smartphone to create memorable photos and memories and unlimited photos of you touring Zagreb made by your photo guide. Price excludes any entry fees, transfers, meals and drinks, optional activity costs and personal expenses.