Hotel Poetovio

Address: Vinarski trg 5, Ptuj, 2250, Slovenia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Vinarski trg 5, Ptuj, is near Terme Catez and Ptuj Wine Cellars (Vinska Klet).
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    Travel Blogs from Ptuj

    No longer Hungary!

    A travel blog entry by blach on Jul 26, 2015

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    So we're now on route to Ljubljana capital of Slovenia. Our 4th Capital city this trip and 8th country crossed. We're 6 miles short of 1500miles into our trip and it's been amazing so far. The boys have compiled a list of the best thing each day and struggled to find any negatives. Their geography of European countries has improved and they've recognised how lucky we all are. Not only to have what we have but most importantly we have each ...

    Arrival into Zagreb

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Jun 19, 2015

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    ... to Croatia was fine – we were fed dinner on a one-hour flight. Arrived Zagreb; easy through immigration. No customs as all within EU. Got our rental car (Kia Sportage – with 47km) then drove the 3 km to the hotel. I finished a proposal. Tomorrow, the fun ...

    Departure

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Jun 18, 2015

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    ... that will make me happy is if we're upgraded" … and we were. I still think it’s strange that new boarding passes didn’t print out for us, but never mind. We had two “suites” together, which was fine. Definitely less storage than Business Class upstairs near the window, but, on the whole, much nicer. This is at least the third trip this year Paul has flown Global First. Jerk.

    We had dinner immediately, then went to ...

    How Do You Say Chipped Tooth?

    A travel blog entry by jackandcece on Oct 02, 2013

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    ... up cobblestone streets to the Ptuj Grad (Castle), where we discovered the annual wine harvest was underway. Amazingly for us, we first toured the Castle’s impressive art display and interpretive exhibit of the town’s regionally famous Carnival celebration called Kurentovanje. This spring festival entails elaborate costumes depicting traditional characters, most importantly Kurent, who chases winter away. Everyone in the village has a role in this ...

    Our day trip to Ptuj

    A travel blog entry by greghahn on Sep 28, 2013

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    ... tribes, including Atilla the Hahn (sorry Hun). In the 1300s it became part of the Salzburg empire which you can see influenced the majority of the huildings.

    We arrived after a 45 minute drive to find a small festival in full swing. Free wine tasting and free poppy seed cake made Dianne's day complete early in the piece. Not often I see her completely happy! Our super shopper Bianca also bought a bag and received a free gift ...

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