Hotel Lisinski

Address: Trnjanska Cesta 70, Zagreb, 10 000, Croatia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Trnjanska Cesta 70, Zagreb, is near Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb, Mimara Museum, Arts and Crafts Museum, and Art Pavilion (Umjetnicki Paviljon).
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Travel Blogs from Zagreb

Folk Dancing Zagreb Style

A travel blog entry by stuart.e-h on Jul 15, 2015

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... hotel manager was quite pleasant but this mornings was a gruff and abrupt fellow who made you feel you really were wasting his time. Buildings such as the cathedral are being restored after years of neglect by the communists caused widespread erosion of the stone blocks and statues. Socialist Utopia - Huh!

Tomorrow we hit the trail once more, flying to Split and then transferring to Makarska, where we intend to do very little but lie on the beach and relax.


A travel blog entry by aalok.khurana on Jul 06, 2015

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... moment we decided to reach our stay for the next two days in Zagreb; the chillout hostel. The instructions received while booking the hostel said we needed to take a shuttle bus to the main city terminal as the airport was 30 km out of the city. As we stepped out of a very small airport, that too for a national capital, stood the shuttle. No sooner had we boarded it that it got so full that some had to stand all the way. As the bus moved we got our first glimpses of ...

Croatia Croatia

A travel blog entry by a2travel on Jun 18, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... of a feel of the serenity. The staff at the gate look at us all with disdain and try to ignore any type of eye contact in case they get asked a question.

The lakes are magnificent, there are 18km of walking tracks that take us over, under and around the waterfalls. Blue dragonflies chase us around but never long enough for us to capture them with our camera The lakes are a surreal turquoise and surrounded by ...

Zagreb and the Plitvice Lakes

A travel blog entry by doug.emanuel on May 06, 2015

5 comments, 4 photos

... widely accepted and prices are not sky high, as they are in most other parts of Europe. Food and restaurants seem to be only marginally more expensive than home. What a joy.

Our first impressions of Croatia are that it is a very ordered, homogenous society (there is no sign of any ethnic diversity - perhaps that's what the wars were all about). We feel very safe here, there are only a few beggars and culture and history ...

Zagreb: Croatia's Café Capital

A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Sep 27, 2014

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... old town of Gradec, past the Burglars Tower (13th century) and visited the museum of Naive Art. (That's Naive, not 'native'). This museum shows the works of artists who did not have any formal art training, and whose paintings depict traditional peasant life. We really found the paintings and the level of skill very impressive. Google Ivan Generalić (1914-1992) and Mijo Kovačić for a view of their works.

From there we visited the Museum of ...