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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Ilica Zagreb
Gotta say fabulous fun.
Very eclectic environment, wonderful staff, and eccentric too.
The main hotel is great, my room was very small, but just what I needed.
Parking is tight, but off the road, take advantage of that.
Defo would stay again
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Now riding into Zagreb, my sat nav was lost, worked out which road I should be on, ended up only a short distance from said hotel as I stopped for a coffee, at a gas station.
Found a road near, knew mine was a one way street and hey, here I am.
The lovely girl on reception checked me in, told me where to park my bike, and was just very nice …
We woke up after a good night sleep ready for our day of sightseeing. Luckily the sun was shining! We walked down to high street to find 101 bars and cafes with a million outdoor seats but no where served food! Eventually we found a quick breakfast. Laura had looked into things to do so we headed off for a planned Walking tour. Unfortunately it didn't seem to be happening so off we went on our own adventures with no tour book or guide or Laura! Zagreb is a small city ...
... actually have little openings out to the sea so they weren’t really lakes... got to waist deep with the plan to carry the bags above the water but it was chilly and walking just seemed easier in the end.
There’s not much more to say except it was a great place to visit and rather relaxing. Perhaps one thing… driving was a little challenging – I’ve barely driven in the last few years, driving on the right hand side ...
... Did I mention this train journey was scheduled to be six hours long in the heat of the day?!
The food options were also rather limited and quite frankly not worth risking an inevitable bout of food poisoning for. So the pair of us having only had a miniscule Starbucks sandwich each before boarding this train were incredibly hungry.
Around six o’clock the train had thankfully started to cool down and a number of passengers had disembarked along the way. ...
... registration number, school orientations for the kids, finding yoga studios, searching for toilet paper that doesn’t tear the ass out of you…you know, the basics.
I speak a rudimentary level of Croatian which has been helpful at times. We find that most young people speak at least some English; plus, gesturing profusely with embarrassing arm movements and facial expressions helps with the older folks.
The first 4 days in Zagreb ...