Hotel Vienna

Zagrebacka cesta 211 , Zagreb, 10000, Croatia | Hotel
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Zagreb and Couchsurfing

A travel blog entry by kvstark


... 8217;d invited me to come to her class, so I said, ok! Why not? It’s a level 1 class, so I’m pretty sure even with my significant loss of fluency over the last three years of not practicing, I could handle a level one class. It was interesting. The Chinese was fine – there’s some words I had forgotten and a grammar point or two that it was good to be refreshed on. Actually just talking with Xiaojie was useful (during the other parts ...

Afternoon stopover in Zagreb

A travel blog entry by caroline_cook27


... The main strip seemed nice, there was lots of bars and restaurants and even a man sitting up on a window ledge singing to everyone!

We didn't stay out for long as we had a flight to catch the next day but it seemed like a nice city. On our way back to the hostel we saw Zagreb Cathedral which looked nice but as it was night time it wasn't open.

Will need to return to Zagreb one ...

Croatia Part Two: Zagreb

A travel blog entry by melissaclark


Well, our time in Croatia's capital was short and sweet. After spending two nights in Zagreb, we were anxious for the next part of our adventure! We arrived into Zagreb late Tuesday evening after leaving Split early that afternoon. We got to the train station, got our bearings and headed towards our hostel. There was snow on the ground and it was quite the shock compared to our sunny beach day that had taken place less than twenty four hours before!! We arrived to our hostel, ...

It's BudaPESH not PEST & not so "Skinny Slovenia"

A travel blog entry by nigel.terrea


... out when and where our next train was coming from. The train to Ljubljana was set to be about 5 hours because it had to go through Zagreb in Croatia first. We finally arrived in Ljubljana around midnight and walked to our hostel and crashed HARD.

Ljubljana was a fairly small capital city and felt like a smaller version of Prague. It had a castle on a hill looking over the city and had tons of "walking only" streets. The open air markets were open and the town ...

Bled to the Surprise Packet...Zagreb!

A travel blog entry by rorox


... minute walk. This was the Franciscan Church that was guild in the 17th century in baroque style. The building was stunning but kind of unassuming. After a quick gander around here we headed further west towards the area known as Tkalciceva. This is the most colourful and somewhat most beautiful street. Lining the streets were cafes, bars and shops offering up a lot of local cheers as Croatian’s undertook one of their favourite pastimes, drinking coffee ...

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    Reviewed Apr 28, 2013
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