Hotel Martini

Address: Sesvetska cesta, Sesvete, Zagreb, 10360, Croatia | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located on Sesvetska cesta, Sesvete, Zagreb.
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Travel Blogs from Zagreb

Zagreb, Plitvice and Split - in living colour

A travel blog entry by jackdrury on Sep 22, 2015

3 comments, 71 photos

... a movie shoot? Enchanting, quiet little streets can be oh so deceiving.
It has been thirty years since I was told about the Croatian tourist haters. Perhaps the Yugoslav War changed their attitude. Everyone, except for two women, have been exceptionally friendly towards us.


Yesterday morning as Elenka, Lynn and I did a soft-trot down to the seaport, Elenka said, "Moving as often as we do is awfully stressful, but it's so ...

Folk Dancing Zagreb Style

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

4 photos

... eating, drinking and smoking for hours on end, waiting for a train to arrive. When it does, they put on their best officious attitude and wobble through the carriages trying to look fierce. I felt as if I was in the midst of a comedy sketch.

They were at their best on the Slovenia Croatia border. They came on board, or in the case of the female, squeezed herself on board through a door that was barely wide enough, bristling with official items ...

Plitvice Lakes

A travel blog entry by jaxtravels on Jun 15, 2015

32 photos

... when one group came from one direction and another came from the opposite. I felt vulnerable plus every time someone steps on the boardwalk, there is movement on the adjoining boards, so to take a photo, you had to wait for everyone to pass or get a blurred shot.

We decided to take the 2:45 return bus which was perfect (buy ticket on the bus with cash in kunas). Back in Zagreb just past 5 to wander the old city and have dinner before heading back to the ...

Plitvice Lakes National Park

A travel blog entry by mdesoto on May 17, 2015

4 comments, 53 photos

... the hike continues until you reach Entrance 1 again. This allows visitors to enjoy the park and still protects this amazing place from people trampling all over it and destroying the natural environment. The park is huge and many little dead-end side paths allow people to explore a bit further from the main path. Benches and lookout points also allow you to stop and just take in the amazing view.

The highlights of Plitvice Lakes are the ...

Dubrovnik to Zagreb

A travel blog entry by trevorrose on May 12, 2015

2 photos

... the Neretva area - all the jams, pickles, dried fruits etc that you could imagine as well as Limoncello and a similar sweet liquor made from oranges! There were tastings of all types and the four of us bought a bottle of the orange one to have as a night cap in Zagreb.
Once on the other side of the mountains the country was much greener and we saw many farms start to appear! Mostly quite small with a few animals and growing cereals and vegetables. ...