Hotel Martini

Sesvetska cesta, Sesvete, Zagreb, 10360, Croatia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Sesvetska cesta, Sesvete, Zagreb.
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Travel Blogs from Zagreb

Zagreb Day 4

A travel blog entry by debrabaker9 on Jun 16, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... the upper area. After the tour we returned to the market where we brought lunch, blueberries, raspberries, apricots, cheese, prosciutto and bread roll. Sat down and enjoyed our fresh food feast. We visited the museum of broken relationships, it's a museum where people from all over the world who have a broken relationship are able to leave something and a short version of their story and the significance of the object. Very interesting stories of unrequited ...

Through the Alps to Zagreg, Train-Style

A travel blog entry by reddtravels on Apr 26, 2014

5 photos

... to take pictures since non of them were turning out due to the speed of the train, but I have pictures in my mind:) We switched to a less fancy train to take us to Zagreb, then switched to a hot stuffy bus for about 20 minutes, and then got on yet another train where we met such a nice guy named Dvorak. He works all over Europe during the week driving truck, ...

Lettuce, Tomatoes and Senf

A travel blog entry by robsinplaces on Apr 10, 2014

We're finally in Zagreb! We fell asleep almost as soon as we arrived at the apartment and we woke up around 10:00 pm. Most restaurants close at 11:00 pm or 12:00 am so we had some trouble finding a place to eat. We decided to walk to a sandwich bar called Pingvin (Penguin in Croatian). We got lost once, but that's to be expected.

We both had a hamburger with cheese at Pingvin. We ...

A great surprise and charming city

A travel blog entry by roamingrob on Nov 27, 2013

15 photos

... texture between gritty and crunchy (like sand, but edible and even tasty), accompanied by a pint of beer - apparently not the drink of choice and a very unusual combination, but I thought it worked okay! After stopping to enjoy some of a free live concert being held in the main square, I had for dinner a scrumptious plateful of calamari in the restaurant next door to where I’d had lunch (both were recommended by the hostel), fittingly accompanied by a local ...

Moscow

A travel blog entry by mareem on Aug 21, 2013

... a break of about 30 minutes to grab something to eat before we visit the Armourey, this takes a while to get through the security. What amazing treasurers from clothing, carriages, armour, equisite Faberge eggs. Short time to get changed and off to the Bolshoi ballet to see Swan lake. We are two rows from the font so have an amazing view. We get the giggles in the second act probably from tiredness as its been a very long day! Whilst we have been enjoying the sights of Moscow Ulf ...