Hotel Lipa

Address: Marije Terezije 5, Lipik, Croatia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Marije Terezije 5, Lipik.
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Travel Blogs from Lipik

Greener pastures

A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Aug 12, 2015


Primosten to Plitvicka Jezera national park, 137 miles

What a difference a day makes. This time yesterday we were sitting in horrendous heat in an even more horrendous traffic jam basically not caring if the world chose to end there and then. Now we are in the lush green national park, Plitvicka Jezera, which could pass for Derbyshire on a good day. OK, a very good, very hot day. I'm sitting writing this under a grapevine, looking out ...

Day in Zagreb

A travel blog entry by robpo2 on Aug 06, 2015

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Started the day off with a walking tour.. Zagreb is divided by an upper town and a lower town. They are connected with a funicular. The upper town is the older with most of the tourist attractions and buildings. The parliament building , law courts square was quite interesting. The flag checks is due to Croatia being won by a chess game in the past. Zagreb was another walled and gated city with the tower gate being quite interesting. Has a picture of Virgin and child that ...

Saved by the lake

A travel blog entry by laurammitchell on Aug 03, 2015

2 comments, 8 photos

I almost fell out of bed when I woke up to see Lucy fully dressed and declaring she had had breakfast, so I had to 'hurry up'. Apparently she's a morning person, I never knew! Had the included breakfast and left the hostel about half nine. Record time! Trammed-it to the centre where we went to the 'Museum of Optical illusions'. Quite funny, but creepy experience seeing Katie's face on my face. Then got a 30-minute tram to Lake Jarun. Quite overcast but over the day ...

In the country.

A travel blog entry by ljritz51 on Apr 29, 2015

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South of Zagreb is a wetlands preserve called Lonje Polje. Here white and black stocks and swallows migrate every year from Africa. Many of the houses are 200+ years old and only a few are restored. There is hope that someday this will be a thriving community again; a vacation place to fish, see and listen to birds, and ...

A Side Trip to Kumrovec and Samobor

A travel blog entry by bumihills on Mar 23, 2015

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Our final day in Zagreb took us north to explore some of the quaint
villages of Zagorje, an idyllic region of winding country roads, natural
springs and unspoiled green hills.

Our first stop was the old village of Kumrovec, an open-air museum focusing on traditional ways of life a century ago. It was also the birthplace of Marshal Tito, ...