Hotel Dora

11 Trnjanska cesta, Trnje, Zagreb, 10 000, Croatia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 11 Trnjanska cesta, Trnje, Zagreb, is near Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb, Mimara Museum, Arts and Crafts Museum, and Strossmayer's Old Masters Gallery.
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    Zagreb

    A travel blog entry by tritt-around on Jul 22, 2014

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    ... a while & he gave us a heart- shaped momento, typical of Croatian art.

    We joined "Dvorista"- open courtyard where there is food,drinks, music, conversation. We enjoyed talking to the young people from the academy researching ancient Croatian Galolitic language. It was first found on an ancient monument and is older than Latin. Our next was a duo - acoustic guitar & singer. They were fabulous.
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    A wonderful family reunion

    A travel blog entry by faerenuff on May 06, 2014

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    ... concern. We were surprised to see Ljubisa my uncle and his son, Davor, and Mirna's son Svan waiting at the restaurant and joined later by Edi's wife, Petrice, or as Mak said "more importantly she is my mother". It was an incredible emotional experience for me. Edi and Mirna took the Wednesday off work and Edi collected us from our hotel, "The Esplanade", before driving to Mirna's. The first stop of the day was to visit Mirogoj Cemetery, which was designed by ...

    Coffee and Icecream

    A travel blog entry by robsinplaces on Apr 12, 2014

    It's now Saturday! I will go over what we did today and yesterday.

    Yesterday we went on a tour to Trakoscan castle with Adam from Zico-Tours. He was very nice and quite funny, but we were extremely tired and rather dull company. The weather was perfect and Trakoscan Castle is beside a beautiful lake. I found the paintings in the castle interesting. Some were incredible and others were funny - one painting was of a little person and a dog with a face that looked human.

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    A great surprise and charming city

    A travel blog entry by roamingrob on Nov 27, 2013

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    ... including various famous Croats. The entrance gate is an impressive structure that consists of a massive hallway that extends around 800m along one side of the cemetery and contains many shrines for famous residents - this especially was very spooky at dusk, with only a small amount of light visible when looking up the vast corridor (hard to explain, see picture). Dinner at the hostel was immense - a plate of ‘chevapi’, traditional skinless sausages (which ...

    Dianne visits the plac

    A travel blog entry by greghahn on Sep 30, 2013

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    ... have 2 goals today, one is to go to Zagreb particularly to visit the plac. Dianne needs to find some shoes for her mum and really wants to visit as she has not been there since 1988. Zagreb is about an hour away and we are not really positive as we head off in the rain. However everything is looking lighter as we approach and, although not warm, we have no rain for the whole day which is great.

    We park about 15 mins walk from the centre and head ...