Tratinska Street is becoming the center of cultural events this Saturday!

Author: Matina Tenžera

Jane's Walk in Zagreb: Tratinska wakes up!

Today, Tratinska is a neglected street full of unused bars, traffic noise. We believe that with better traffic solutions (with the possibility of becoming a pedestrian zone, reserved for trams, pedestrians and cyclists) and with greater support for the work of street bars and the involvement of city and local government and residents, it could become a more pleasant place to live, work and stay.

Jane’s Walk global project

This Saturday’s September activities will take place under the title “Jane’s Walk in Zagreb: Tratinska is waking up!” considering that they are part of the action by which Mapping Trešnjevka and Cekate participate in the global project “Jane’s Walk” which has been taking place for many years in many countries around the world.

The program will consist of guided walks for citizens, workshops, games and all other possible activities in which all those who live, work and / or participate in its life in some other way in Tratinska Street will participate, as well as all other citizens of our city. .

We invite you to take part in our action – take a walk down the street that day, take part in the programs, meet the people you will meet on the street – and breathe new life into our Tratinska together!

With this event, we want to start the process of revival and encourage citizens to look at the past and present of the street, but also to think about its future.


05:49 (an hour before sunrise), meeting at the public hour in front of Cibona: Walk “Dawn is breaking, Tratinska is waking up!”. The theme of the walk is the experience of Tratinska Street in the early morning with a view of some of the lesser known details of the street and its immediate surroundings. Departure is from the public clock in front of the Cibona business tower. Estimated duration: about 1 hour. The host is Vanja Radovanović.

10:00 Main entrance to the Technical Museum: Free visit to the Nikola Tesla Technical Museum with a short lecture on “Savska 18: from the tram turnaround to the museum (history, urban articulation, architecture, purpose)”

10.00, 11:00, 12:00 Dražen Petrović Museum (Trg Dražena Petrovića 3): Free visit to the museum with organized guidance and a visit to the sports hall. It is possible to visit up to 20 people at one time with an announcement to the mail

10:00 – 14:00 Tratinska 80: Performance / workshop “Letters to Tratinska”, authors Klara Šimunović and Bernard Radić

10:00 – 14:00 Tratinska 15, in front of the gallery of the Croatian Art Society: Workshop of ceramicist Mirjana Marenić

10:00 – 18:00 Tratinska 15, gallery of the Croatian Art Society: Exhibition of the painter Višnjica Kruhak Štefić, with a conversation with the author

11:00 – 13:00 Dražen Petrović Square, at the lesson: “Let’s interpret Tratinska – heritage interpretation workshop”, workshop led by Ivana Zrilić. It is possible to participate up to 20 participants, registration by e-mail

11:00 – 13:00 Trešnjevački trg, near the cafe bar “Teneo” (next to the former Nama): Comic book workshop for children. Leaders: Tomislav Beštak and Dario Kukić

11:00 – 14:00 Tratinska 49 (near Gorjanska Street): “Creative mapping – Trešnjevka as a person”. Leaders: Marija Biljan and Kristina Music.

12:00 – 18:00 Tratinska 36: Exhibition of works by street art artist Antonella Šantek (also known as the Wandering Book) with the possibility of purchase

12:00 – 19:00 Tratinska 31: The City at a Glance in cooperation with the Academy of Fine Arts Zagreb, occupation of street venues as temporary gallery spaces

15:30 – 17:00 meeting at the cafe bar “Theater”, Tratinska 60: “Let’s play with Tratinska!”, A game for citizens, big and small. Mentor: Mane Mei

17:00 Tratinska 41 (near Iločka): Cycloalka (ring on Pony bikes) organized by the Cyclists’ Union

18:45 (moment of sunset), meeting at the public clock in front of Cibona: Walk entitled “Lights of Tratina, a picture of the metropolis in the Trešnjevka way” …