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

Palace hotel zagreb

A travel blog entry by sallye on Nov 03, 2015

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Arrived 24 hours late due to fog at Cardiff and Heathrow! Beautiful olde worked, art nuvo (?) hotel in central Zagreb. Eat at Boban restaurant - amazing steaks, gnocchi, traditional Croatian food. Also Vinodol for pork loin and amazing veal dishes. Try Fotic restaurant - amazing location in old photographic shop and lovely menu - very reasonable. Visit Stone Gate and light a candle; the cathedral; St marks church; great shopping in the old ...

Plitvice Lakes and a quick spin to Bosnia

A travel blog entry by eyork on Oct 24, 2015

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We have been truly spoilt! Clear blue skies and not a breath of wind. We shouldn't have complained about the weather yesterday while we were driving! We woke early to get to the national park by 9am. There was already a que at the ticket box. The lakes were incredible - even if there were 10's of 1,000's of people there and we were walking amongst a mass of people! ...

Driving to Plitvice Lakes National Park

A travel blog entry by eyork on Oct 23, 2015

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We had a quick coffee in the sunshine in Cres before taking the ferry back to Krk. Mat bought a fishing hand line and some bait at the local fishing shop. The guy was very helpful and even showed us images of the local fish we might catch. We weren't sure what time the ferry would arrive so Mat had a quick fish at the jetty. There was a school of about 20 ...

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, ...