Hotel Castle Bezanec

Address: Valentinovo 55, Pregrada, 49218, Croatia | Castle
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.


This castle is located on Valentinovo 55, Pregrada.
Map this castle



TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Castle Bezanec Pregrada

5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Pregrada

Biking with Bruno

A travel blog entry by darlene.jessica on Sep 30, 2015

11 photos

... guide Bruno who took us on a bike tour of the ancient parts of the city. They have many pretty yellow buildings throughout the city as well as beautiful parks. The main cathedral in the city was the most impressive building! They were working on 1 tower on the church and our guide said he has never seen it not under some kind of repair. We rode up to the upper part of old town to a look out spot at noon so we could see the ...

Day 16 - Ljubljana to Zagreb

A travel blog entry by patanddavid on Aug 19, 2015

1 comment, 1 photo

... do to me? In the end I managed to overcome my slight panic attack and get through the check point with lips securely sealed. After the border crossing it was really only a short distance before we started noticing signage directing us to our hotel which we eventually reached by around 1:00pm. First impressions of Zagreb are not very positive. It appears to be a very run down, untidy and totally uninteresting place ...

Kumrovec and the Croatian Countryside

A travel blog entry by rerowand on Jul 20, 2015

... was from Texas, and we met her husband, Jack who grew up in the village. His father knew Tito. The house. was once a school with one section a store. Now it is the souvenir shop and offices. On our way to lunch in Desinic, we heard the story of Veronika and Fredric. Fredric was the son of a wealthy count named Herman. Veronika was a beautiful peasant woman from the local village. When Fredric visited the countryside, it was love at first sight. (Never mind that ...

Exploring Lower and Upper Town, Zagreb

A travel blog entry by benny52 on Jun 12, 2015

1 comment, 11 photos

... the main shopping area. Transport in Zagreb is mostly by tram. To gain access to upper town if you don't want to walk there is the shortest funicular in the world taking all of 55 seconds to reach the top! After a picnic lunch in a park we returned to Upper Town to visit the Croatian Museum of Naive Art. It the oldest museum of the Naive in the world, founded in 1952 and has over 1800 works, not all on display. Naive art is worthy art ...


A travel blog entry by hippler on Nov 20, 2014

26 photos

... it's impossible to move a double mattress. But wow, what a luxury.

And FINALLY, we're in an area that has seafood. Croatia is on the border Austro-Hungarian and E. European heavy, meaty, potato-ey foods and lovely Mediterranean seafood. You can choose here! And so we're stocking up on our fish and squid dishes. Yum.

Everything in Zagreb is reached by tram. There's no subway and the tram network is extensive. The downside is ...