There are few who have never heard of Zrinjevac Park in Zagreb, even if they stayed in one of the vacation rentals in Zagreb for just one night. Zrinjevac is the oldest park in Zagreb and the part of the so-called Lenuzzi horseshoe, the green belt of the city center which makes the Zagrebers extremely proud of. Lenuzzi or green horseshoe is made of 7 squares and the Botanical Garden in the characteristic shape of the horseshoe as the foundation of modern horticultural urbanism. One of the 7 squares is the Square of Nikola Šubić Zrinski, thus Zrinjevac was not named after "Zrinje", but upon the one of the greatest man of Croatian history. Count Zrinski lived in the 16th century and was a Croatian statesman and army leader, famous for his heroic defense of Seget and the Habsburg Monarchy of the Turkish invasion. There are many things we know today in his honor, from the famous opera of Ivan pl. Zajc across the toponyms to the city streets and squares. Zrinjevac is certainly one of the most famous squares in Croatia and extends over 12,540 square meters in the vicinity of the main town Square of ban Jelačić. It is characterized by a high Platanus tree alley and a music pavilion in the middle, set up here in 1891. The South of Zrinjevac is decorated by the statues of other Croatian greats: Ivan Mažuranić, Andrija Medulić, Julije Klović, Krsto Frankopan, Nikola Jurišić and Ivan Kukuljević Sakcinski. The park's urban potential is fulfilled by numerous events that take place throughout the park throughout the year. The most interesting is summer edition of the Sea of Books - Read the Book, when Zrinjevac turns into a beach, a beach without the sea, but perfectly tuned for reading a book on a beach. Out of the winter events certainly the most popular is Advent in Zagreb, which tests new locations year after year, but Zrinjevac remains as the ideal starting point for exploring and enjoying the fairytale winter idyll that has brought the prestigious title of the best Christmas destination in Europe in Zagreb for three years in a row.