Hotel Gaj

24 Jezerska, Tresnjevka-sjever, Zagreb, Croatia | Hotel
Prices starting from $71.00

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A travel blog entry by gandablog

... smoked cheese, again not long matured. We
bought a piece of the smoked. There appears to nothing like the
extensive range of matured cheeses that one would expect in an
English, French or Italian market. We also bought some cucumber,
tomatoes and spinach.
I like to shop at markets and am
reasonably experienced at it. My impression here is that I am being
significantly overcharged about a third of the time. This contrasts

Zagreb and Couchsurfing

A travel blog entry by kvstark


... I bought a kilogram of strawberries for 10 kuna (I guess that’s about 2.5 pounds for $2). They were pretty good too. The guy had a scale where he had a fixed weight of 1 kg on one side and then put the bag of strawberries on the other side. This reminded me of all those stories of people who used to cheat their customers by using false weights like that. I’m pretty sure I don’t really care if his was 1 kg or not – there’s ...

Trakošćan Castle

A travel blog entry by annemorrishooke


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Click on the scratchy arrows to enter the next rooms…
Back to Zagreb for another wonderful meal put together literally in minutes by Aleksandra: Pasta with ham and a delicious sauce she made with gorgonzola, feta, whipping cream and milk :-) During the minutes ...

It's BudaPESH not PEST & not so "Skinny Slovenia"

A travel blog entry by nigel.terrea


... 23 we were able to enter and have access to about 20 different natural hot tubs, some indoor and some outdoor. They were all naturally heated by underground thermal water and are filled with minerals. Quite an experience although Terrea didn't enjoy it at all. She felt it was quite unsanitary for so many people to be soaking in a giant hottub with no bathroom in sight. We spent a couple hours trying the different baths at different temperatures before calling it a night.

Bled to the Surprise Packet...Zagreb!

A travel blog entry by rorox


... happy because at least at this border crossing you got stamps. In so much of Europe these days there don’t even appear to be borders as you cruise between various countries. This stop however made us realise how lucky we are that these days you don’t have to stop at every border like this. Must have been at least an hour before we were moving again.

About an hour later the train pulled into Central Zagreb station. We put our bags on ...


This hotel, located on 24 Jezerska, Tresnjevka-sjever, Zagreb, is near Upper Town (Gornji Grad), Jarun Lake, Zagreb Botanical Gardens, and Ban Josip Jelacic Monument.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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