The Courtyards

In hidden, undiscovered corners of the most beautiful capital recently begun the favourite manifestation of many – The Courtyards.

At seven different locations seemingly hidden from the public views, the enthuziasts organized a fun-filled music program to entertains visitors of all tastes.
Some of the chosen places are for example a private yard in Basaričekova 11, where one of the 1970s cult Zagreb movie “Tko pjeva, zlo ne misli” has been filmed.

Private courtyard “Tko pjeva, zlo ne misli”, Basaričekova 11

The baroque palace of Balbi, known as the Old Slavic Institute, is hiding in Demetrova 11 street. Apart from being known for the only preserved well in the Upper Town, it will shine in a brand new beautiful light for these ten days.

Palace Balbi, Demetrova 11

Also one of the new yards in this year is a private yard in Radićeva 45. This street was known as the liveliest shopping street of the 19th century in Zagreb. It’s beauty emphasizes a stunning view of the Zagreb cathedral and bell tower of St. Francis Church, this courtyard truly belongs on the list of the most beautiful Zagreb courtyards.

Private courtyard, Radićeva 54

Apart from all already mentioned places, there are some additional ones – one on Opatička Street: the Erdödy-Drašković Palace, which houses the State Archives (Opatička 29), the private Milovac family home garden (Opatička 19) and the Atrium Museum of the City of Zagreb (Opatička 20), and last but not least -Palace Gvozdanović (Visoka 8).

This event will be opened until July 23, so hurry up not to miss the most impressive courtyards of the Upper Town.

You can find more about the schedule of events here.