Hotel Vienna

Zagrebacka cesta 211 , Zagreb, 10000, Croatia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Zagreb

Zagreb- AKA "little Vienna"

A travel blog entry by rednosefg


... low as -10! After a horribly early train from Leighton and arriving in Euston before daylight, today was a long travel day. After a bit of an issue at immigration- the people at Heathrow forgot to give me something I needed to get into the airport, I was finally in the country. Eventually I sourced what I thought was the bus going downtown however due to my non-existent Croatian or an ability to spot an English speaker, I actually ...

The Browns v. Beatles

A travel blog entry by dcdave100


... another round and lop on some sausage and potatoes while I was at it.

by now I was getting close to 7 PM which means the NFL should be kicking off soon. I struck up a conversation with the waiter and asked him that if someone was inclined to watch "American Football" where would one head to do so? He did not have an answer for me. In fact he looked a little bewildered. I might have been the first American he has waited on ...

Day 61... Mushrooooooms!

A travel blog entry by adventurenonni


... restaurant and dessert at the Kras cafe. Kras is the Croatian chocolate company which have a factory in Zagreb. They have a cafe just near the main square in town with delicious chocolate treats. Paul and I had a hot chocolate each and an nice cream sundae too. We were so sickly full afterwards. Think I am still recovering! We then returned home into a food coma until the next morning. Another great day in Zagreb.. We will miss ...

Plitvice Lakes and National Park, CROATIA

A travel blog entry by writeofpassage


... The steering wheel locked mid-drive, while we were driving full speed down the highway. Lucky for all of us, the van drifted off to the right hand side of the road (europeans drive down the right side side of the road). We conveniently pulled up next to an information centre. It could have been a lot worse, particularly if it had happened when we were driving through the heavy rain and hail. Although the temperature had drop quite considerably and the weather where we were now ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80


... the city’s logo.

We spent some time strolling through Thalciceva Street, which is one of the most famous and attractive streets in the whole of Zagreb, Gornji Grad, the Upper Town historical area and down again into Lower Town. Everywhere we looked in this little maze of history gave you another ideal view of a picturesque street lined with nice, simple cafes and little delicatessens selling the best of Croatian and European cuisine.

We even ...


TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Vienna Zagreb

Reviewed by stinkytinky


Reviewed Apr 28, 2013
by (10 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia


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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Vienna Zagreb

1.50 of 5 stars Poor