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Zagreb, Croatia
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Reviewed May 4, 2017

Aside from the spectacle of a lot of people gathered selling their food and wares, there isn't too much to see. I enjoyed visiting because I found the food being sold was really delicious. It was a bit challenging to communicate sometimes, but everyone was...More

Thank Samantha L
Reviewed May 2, 2017

The obligatory tourist souvenirs are available in huge quantities. But also fruit and vegetables and local products. Inside a building there is a small but interesting fish market. Rather authentic in comparison with the majority of the markets elsewhere in the world.

Thank Peter D
Reviewed April 28, 2017 via mobile

My husband and I went to the market for fresh fruit for breakfast and were very pleased with the abundance of produce available! Prices were very reasonable and the sellers were very friendly despite the fact that we don't speak any Croatian. It was small...More

1  Thank Madeline W
Reviewed April 17, 2017

We went to the market and to see what it was about. Great fresh market and place to find fresh fruits veggies. Prices are really good and people are friendly.

Thank debruinmarno
Reviewed April 9, 2017

This market is easy to find. Just cross the street in fron of Cathedral or use the stairs from Tkalčićeva Street. It is small, but so lovely, full of fresh products. Otside you can buy fresh fruits and vegetables, visit fish market and at lower...More

Thank MetalMind
Reviewed March 12, 2017 via mobile

If you want to have fresh fruits and Vegetables try going here. You can get local produce like apples, oranges, clementine, brocolli, peppers etc. You can see also handicrafts and other local products like lavander.

Thank Harry J
Reviewed March 11, 2017 via mobile

Visited here while walking around the city. It was fun to see the local people doing their shopping and bargaining. Well worth a visit to get a feel for the local culture.

Thank Tom M
Reviewed February 18, 2017

The Dolac Market is a good place to measure the pulse of Zagreb. The place is alive with vendors and shoppers, locals looking for daily breads and produce, and tourists checking out the souvenirs. The colors are amazing with fruits and vegetables beneath a sea...More

1  Thank redeco
Reviewed February 4, 2017

We really loved this colourful market where local people sell fruits, vegetables, flowers and home made food. It is close to the main square and is an important part of the local economy and Zagreb's connection with local villages. Do take out some time to...More

Thank niluanu
Reviewed January 20, 2017

This permanent market covers blocks and blocks with sales of all types of foods and wares. We picked up pastries for breakfast and bought fruits and vegies along with a few spices. Great resource if you stay close enough to not need the tram. Great...More

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Response from msimago | Reviewed this property |
Its hard to find a website, so the best option is to know the exact names of the salt and try searching by them on the internet or ask a local.
May 11, 2015|
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Response from Lisa015 | Reviewed this property |
I was there on Easter Sunday and it wasn't open but normally I believe it is open from 7am - 1pm on Sunday.