Trg Marka Marulića 9A, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia
Nice small park/garden. You can enjoy a walk in the nature and to learn few things about the plants. It is about 10-15 minutes from the central area depending on where you are. It has few entrances and a nice building inside as well as some interesting plants in small special building.
I loved visiting this place with my Austrian boyfriend and his mother. Us locals are usually too busy with education, work and other matters in life, travelling abroad or to the seaside, forgetting to visit the beauties we have in our own city. The garden is free to visit, and although small because it is in the city center, is very charming and peaceful. I definitely recommend this place for anyone visiting or with free time on their hands.
Unlike in any other Botanical Garden, I was here just for a quick visit. I brought my luggage and the garden is layered with gravel. So I understood it would be a hard stroll. Yet, I still enjoyed the place which was kept neat and clean. Definitely will go there again next time in Zagreb.
Really lovely gardens and a nice place to spend some time walking around. Lots of variety of plants all labelled with info too.
The garden has been in place for more than a century. Many of the trees are large and are excellent specimens. The educational aspects are well thought out and nicely presented. Right now there is a construction project underway that seems to promise new experiences in the future but presents some complications at the moment. The garden presents a good picture of local plant life with many specimens from farther afield. It is well worth a visit. There is no charge to visit.