Travel Blogs from Zagreb
seconds before they respond. Probably allows one to say a “hail
Mary” between each button press.
After settling in to our flat we
walked out through the main central Zagreb area and up to the
Cathedral which is all quite impressive. Zagreb has many grand
vistas and magnificent buildings but it is all just a little rundown.
Still a very interesting city and we are looking forward to
... any more when they break up with their significant other. I don’t’ really know how that works as a museum, but it sounds interesting. Apparently you can also buy chocolate bars in the gift shop with notes like “I hope you get fat!” for your ex, which is sort of mean but definitely unique.
I also made it to this one tower that has a good overlook of the city – it costs money to climb, but it has pretty neat views so that ...
We spent four days in Croatia's capital Zagreb. Our first day we did some sight seeing in the city making a stop at an interesting museum called the museum of Broken Relationships which had items from broken relationships with captions and stories of broken hearts, it was something different to see and very interesting to read the sometimes heartbreaking stories of people from all over the world. We then saw St Marks Cathedral and Zagreb Cathedral Marija as well as Capital Mall ...
... and planning. We had to take a train from Pecs for about 3 hours to a TINY border town. Not only was it dark and we weren't able to see signs, but the trained only stopped for 1 minute at each stop so you needed to know where to jump off. We kept our eyes open and managed to see this small border town and got off. While waiting the 1 hour 30 minutes for our next train we met a super cool middle aged guy from New York travelling by himself. We hung out with him and had a beer ...
... side there were huge vaulted ceilings with enough light to cast shadows all around. Exploring this church was amazing even though I had been in 100’s before there was something about this huge cathedral. On completing our tour of inside we left and went for a walk around the church taking in the huge fortification that by know were dark with age but had still remained solid and stood the test of time. We could almost imagine the builders of these ...