Ravnice Youth Hostel

Address: I. Ravnice 38d, Zagreb, 1000, Croatia | Hostel
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    Travel Blogs from Zagreb

    Save the queen

    A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Apr 09, 2014

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    ... he could have told me that before I got in the taxi! on arrival I checked in and after being told a few bits of information she asked me "would you like me to show you to your room." unfortunately she didn't take my response seriously; "I'd rather you showed me to the bar". after getting to the room I met my fellow roomie/inmate zam. after some conversation I asked him what time his alarm was set for. he said 6. I thought he was joking, he wasn't. the following day I regret ...

    Day 22 Part 1 - 3 weeks since I started!

    A travel blog entry by adamsmally on Aug 24, 2013

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    ... much cleaner then anywhere I've been for a few weeks and you can tell were back in Central Europe. Ish. We started in the new town walking through the parks up towards the old town! Again, as with every city we went to the Cathedral! Very nice again. The sun has started shining thankfully by this point. We strolled on through the old town through some markets that had more wasps than you can even imagine, all over everything and up to St Marks. It's a cool church with a ...

    Overnight to Zagreb via Train

    A travel blog entry by eadams on Jul 11, 2013

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    ... sleeper cabin pretty cheap so we gladly accepted as we would be on this train for 16+ hours. Very comfy cabin for us both to enjoy the scenery and relax with books, games etc. Other than border patrol waking us up at 3am to check our passports as we passed into Hungary... We arrived in Budapest at 6am and and we didnt catch another train until 1:30 so time to explore. We met an ...

    Cape Town to Zagreb via Doha and Budapest

    A travel blog entry by rynouys on Jul 05, 2013

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    ... Kastela's (meaning castle) in the bay near Split. 15 Minutes later he dropped me off at Kastela Marina, I excitedly got out and phoned my aunt to declare my arrival...when I said I was at Kastela Marina, the one with all the yachts, she asked me with a puzzled tone to repeat where I was, I did this and she said for me to wait where I was while she came out. A few minutes later she phoned me back and asked me where I was, so for the third time I repeated ...

    One night in Zagreb

    A travel blog entry by louielou on Apr 26, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... to sleep as I was pretty exhausted from Budapest., but unfortunately I didn't get to sleep very well because of some drunk noisy roommates. 27 April 2013 The next morning I got up and organised and spent a few hours looking around Zagreb. Fortunately the town is really small so I was able to see it all in that time. It has a cute little old town, but not too much else. Then it was time to head back, grab my stuff and head off to the train station with time to buy my ...