Hotel Castle Bezanec

Address: Valentinovo 55, Pregrada, Pregrada, 49218, Croatia | Castle
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This castle is located on Valentinovo 55, Pregrada, Pregrada.
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Travel Blogs from Pregrada

Travelling to Zagreb

A travel blog entry by birteuk on Jul 12, 2015

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19.17/28*C (feels like 32*C --> that's what my phone says) I am now sitting in Zagreb - a city almost 3x the size of Ljubljana - and I am melting. I arrived about 1 hour ago, had a chat with my host Maja and went out in search for a drink and some food. I am now sitting down with a cold Pivo (at a whopping £1.50 for 500ml) and am being sprayed by the BEST invention ever: vaporised water coming out of spray pipes attached to the parasols. And I am doubly happy as Djokovic ...

Plitvice to Zagreb to Plitivce....

A travel blog entry by katemc55 on Jun 04, 2015

1 comment, 11 photos

... and drinking places. We find a 'restauran' with barbecue meat patties and venison stew, the deer apparently hunted by the owner. We have to try the speciality dessert kremsnita, which is like a very light vanilla slice, very yummy, with an espresso. We meet a couple of Aussie ladies from Perth, doing a house swap in Zagreb, who are enjoying their stay in an apartment overlooking the ...

Day 44 - Zagreb, Croatia

A travel blog entry by jt_martin_ez on Nov 05, 2014

15 photos

... With Croatia though, I plan on going through and staying multiple nights in at least three to five cities. It has a lot to do with what the country has to offer, and its geographical lay out. Regardless, I've continuously heard great things about this place and want to spend the most time here, that being likely 10-14 days. I'm venturing quite away from my normal path (stayed relatively close to Prague), and heading further south into the old 'Yugoslavian' region. It's a different ...

Walking around Zagreb

A travel blog entry by kimjasiak on Sep 09, 2014

19 photos

... unbelievable view of the upper city. Also, I overheard one of the walking tours and apparently the upper town was owned/controlled by the Catholic Church and the lower town was controlled by the commoners, but there was no geography to separate them - I couldn't tell other than one is flat and one you have to climb to. I walked the path for the lower town and did not really find any places to go; other than I saw an interested calzone called Chevare. It ...

First solo vacation

A travel blog entry by sjpkiwi on Aug 28, 2014

12 photos

... about every city I visit. I tried to find a high point to watch the sun set and stumbled across a museum that I'd planned to visit tomorrow which was still open at 10pm, The Museum of Broken Relationships - I walked straight through and started looking around and then I was grabbed by a lady who told me I hadn't paid 'me no speaka no engwish' I paid my 25 kuna and continued looking at all of the breakup stories that were accompanied by an object that symbolised ...