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

Bye, bye Croatia

A travel blog entry by yetisherpa on Sep 11, 2015

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Our 8 days in Croatia culminated at Zagreb. We strolled through the Dolac fruit market in which we were swindled into buying 2 kilos of nectarines for $1.50. We then HAD to pay a visit to the Museum of Broken Relationships. It was not as majestic as, say, the Vatican Museums, nonetheless I'm sure it will remain a highlight of my European museum experience. We also went to the Nikola Tesla Technical Museum ...

A wonderful ending

A travel blog entry by johnandros on Sep 02, 2015

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400 kms on a bloody motorway! How could it get any worse? How about a long queue at the border crossing, that would do it. I suppose we should be thankful that we were not driving a lorry. We rode past the 4 kms of trucks lined up and waiting. Was this part of the refugee crisis? Whatever their reason, they had a long wait ahead.

We started well, then I missed a right turn and added half an hour to our journey ...

Rain Rain Go Away!

A travel blog entry by anlnewby on Aug 15, 2015

We had an early start today, leaving our friends and the apartment at 8am to collect the car. We found the car company easily enough, and then Brad, Unre, myself and Adam headed off to Plitvice National Park. We had to use a toll road to get there but it was worth it. The motorways crossed bridges and tunnels. At times it was 3 lanes and the speed limit was 130kph. After 3 1/2 hrs of Adam's very good driving we made it. We tried to check in but were too early so instead got a quick lunch ...

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, ...