Zagreb below the surface
Exiting your comfort zone doesn't have to be painful or making you want to twitch with anxiety.
In Polish Your Zagreb we're missioning on opening up the space for different views, exceptional experiences and weirdo attitudes. Exiting your comfort zone doesn't have to be painful or making you want to twitch with anxiety
There is this thing called the comfort zone which usually keeps you in the same circle of experiences. „Same shit every day“ cycle.
The „daily grind“.
Surely, you must have visited that place at least at some point of your life.
It's nice and comfy.
Now, in Polish Your Zagreb we're missioning on opening up the space for different views, exceptional experiences and weirdo attitudes. Exiting your comfort zone doesn't have to be painful or making you want to twitch with anxiety.
It can be fun and rainbows. Same as traveling, which is basically all about finding fun and rainbows in different locations. In Polish Your Zagreb our guests mostly see us as tour guides. However, sometimes we are disguised as knowledgeable locals sharing best kept secrets Zagreb has to offer, sightseeing unicorns and walking tour magicians. Offering a different point of view on Zagreb.
Different Zagreb can be seen in cave Veternica for example. Hidden in the throat of Park Medvednica, the cave has more than 70 kilometers of branching canals. Veternica is the sixth cave in Croatia by size and has constantly been growing in length, speleologists say. The cave is open daily for visitations, but tourists can only enter with a licensed guide by the PI Nature Park Medvednica and explore some 380 meters of it.
Once deep in it's cold hug, have in mind that the temperature inside during summer season is 10C, you can see all the beautiful creations water has been manifesting through out the centuries. Your guide will show you oval erosion forms made by water vortexes, sand dunes, a jaw of the cave bear, fossil mud, the Stone Waterfall, the Wishing Well in the Concert Hall, the fossils of ancient shells and sea urchins, etc.
Now, the lords of the dark channels of Veternica are the mysterious night fliers – the bats. There are even 18 species recorded, and the 12 of them permanently hibernate there. So, in order to protect the bats, the cave is closed during winter time. However, it’s very accessible and can be reached in one hour from the city center by public transport.
Give us a call if you're on a look out for a sightseeing unicorn.