Zagreb Cathedral situated on Kaptol is a Roman Catholic establishment dating back to the 13th century. The cathedral is dedicated to the Assumption of Mary and to kings St Stephen and St Ladislaus. The building is built to a Gothic style and is thought to have opened in the mid 13th century, it has since been redeveloped between the years 1880-1906; due to extreme damage from an earthquake in 1880. It is thought to be the most sacral building of Gothic style southeast of the Alps and holds the title for Croatia’s tallest building, with its spires being visible from afar. The cathedral stands at 108 metres tall (354 feet), it also appears on some Croatian banknotes.
The cathedral is situated on Kaptol Square in Zagreb and is within walking distance of the city's main square and also the city's main transport stations.
Opening Times and Admission
The cathedral is open seven days a week, with masses taking place a few times a day. Entrance to the cathedral is free and visitors are asked to respect the rules of the cathedral and switch mobiles to silent etc. Inside you will get access to see the tombs and treasuries.