Hotel Jadran Zagreb

50 Vlaska, Donji Grad, Zagreb, Croatia | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $100.00

Travel Blogs from Zagreb


A travel blog entry by gandablog

... in a very sharp
difference in price between locally produced goods and imported
goods, even from adjoining EU countries. For example in the
supermarket, local coffee is 15 to 20 kunar a pkt whereas decent
Italian coffee is 80.
In Austria one would buy Italian or
French red wine rather than the lesser quality Austrian red but here,
there is very little imported wine and it is prohibitively expensive
compared with the local product.

Zagreb and Couchsurfing

A travel blog entry by kvstark


... other than just work and studying than she was before. After lunch we went back to her apartment, which is on the university campus, a bit away from the old town so we took the tram. Its 10 kuna for a ride on the tram and you can get a ticket from the driver. Xiao jie said that you don’t really have to pay because they usually don’t check the tickets, and the driver is way in front and doesn’t really police everyone tapping their card ...

Easy Products In Cydia - The Inside Track

A travel blog entry by erichshad7

... several interesting things that you would want to do by discovering it for the very first time in your brand new 32GB iPod touch. It's possible to expect plenty of advice in your favourite online tech-support forum. You didn't find anyone, nonetheless. Shooting screenshots in your iPhone is now easily possible. You are able to take a screen shot in your brand new 32 GB I pod touch for your iPhone by pressing strength button on the top and also the home ...

Bled to the Surprise Packet...Zagreb!

A travel blog entry by rorox


... stalls taking in the smells before reaching the magnificent site of the Zagreb Cathedral. This huge church sat on North Side of the city with it’s huge facade welcoming visitors. We decided after our long journey, walk to the hostel an then stroll through the crowds we deserved a nice big lunch. We stumbled upon a terrific, busy Italian restaurant and settled in for a big lunch. Rox had lasagne while I ate a huge Pizza. The waiter we had at ...

Plitvice Lakes and National Park, CROATIA

A travel blog entry by writeofpassage


... The steering wheel locked mid-drive, while we were driving full speed down the highway. Lucky for all of us, the van drifted off to the right hand side of the road (europeans drive down the right side side of the road). We conveniently pulled up next to an information centre. It could have been a lot worse, particularly if it had happened when we were driving through the heavy rain and hail. Although the temperature had drop quite considerably and the weather where we were now ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on 50 Vlaska, Donji Grad, Zagreb, is near Cathedral of Zagreb, Cathedral of the Assumption, Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb, and Zagreb Municipal Museum.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good