Stroll from the Cathedral crossing the farmers'market Dolac.
Then, pass through the arches and go downstairs to Tkalčićeva street, once the street of handicrafts. After, you cross the short street Krvavi most, and turn right into Radićeva Street till the Stone Gate.
The only gate where vehicles were allowed, nowadays it is a chapel of St. Mary of Stone Gate.
Go up straight to St. Mark's square, ancient political and cultural center where the Parliament and the Government are situated.
Take Ćirilometodska Street, where the Townhall is, pass by the Ctroatian Museum of Naïve Arts, the Greek Catholic Church and next to the Museum of Broken Relationships you will arrive at Katerina Zrinski Square. There are a barroque church of St Catherine and the oldest grammer school in the south-east Europe.
Leaving the square and passing by Lotršćak tower, an old restaured tower from where every day, at noon you can hear the cannon shoting.
There is a beautiful panoramic view of the Downtown and by the funicular you can go down to Downtown.
Walking in Ilica Street, Zagreb's longest street, you will arrive shortly to Ban Josip Jelačić square, the centre of today's happenings and everyday meetings, that Zagreb citizens call simply The Square.
You can end your visit having a nice cup of coffee in one of the coffe shops around The Square.