Hotel Zagreb

Address: D. Tomljenovica Gavrana bb, Bundek, Zagreb, 10000, Croatia | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on D. Tomljenovica Gavrana bb, Bundek, Zagreb, is near Upper Town (Gornji Grad), Jelacic Square (Trg bana), Ban Josip Jelacic Monument, and King Tomislav Square (Tomislav trg).
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    Travel Blogs from Zagreb

    Day 51 Journey from Dubai to Istanbul to Zagreb!

    A travel blog entry by yanniabelle on Nov 06, 2014

    30 photos

    ... making it to the Europe leg of my trip and also into a very different climate! When I landed it was definitely fall and I felt happy to be in Europe but later as my jet lag set in I got grumpy at the cold weather! I am sure it will grow on me though. Once in Zagreb I met the folks from airbnb and their place was super cute and only a 5min tram ride to the city center! I wanted to make the most of the day so we headed to the ...

    A Day in Zagreb

    A travel blog entry by jim.diane on Sep 25, 2014

    10 photos

    ... building) and Ban's Palace where the prime minister works. Went by Zagreb's oldest pharmacy dating back to 1355, went through the only remaining stone gate that used to protect the city, proceeded to Takalciceva (restaurant row). By then it was 2:30 PM so we had soup and a pizza at Nokturno. After lunch we walked through the Dolac area where there is a daily farmer's market then to the cathedral. After that it was back to the hotel to dry out. Had a ...

    The heart of Croatia, Zagreb!

    A travel blog entry by ulka on Aug 17, 2014

    21 photos

    ... than here! They even have XXXL pizza!

    ATM machines are now widespread throughout the country, even on the islands. Credit cards can be used in almost every restaurant and shop. However, it’s always advisable to have some change. In Croatia they have their own currency – kuna (divided into 100 lipa). In many places you may also use Euro (we always paid in Euro for accommodation). Internet is widely ...

    Lots to catch up on... Ljubljana and Zagreb!

    A travel blog entry by jacquelinerose on Jul 10, 2014

    29 photos

    ... graffiti we saw on the buildings. When we finally got there, it was almost deserted except for a couple of kids hanging around, and almost completely unlit. It was a block of reclaimed former military buildings (as we learned later), covered in graffiti, and there was no music, so we got out of there as fast as we could! We were pretty creeped out. (I should say that we went back in the daytime and it was still deserted but the artwork was ...

    Zagreb Thurs May 22nd & the morning of Fri 23r

    A travel blog entry by mortimer-travel on May 22, 2014

    2 comments, 28 photos

    ... were close.

    Free iced tea in Zagreb - A new Peach flavoured Iced tea by Nestle. Very nice on a hot day. The freebie worked as we bought one the next day.

    Fisherman for what? - This charming man was using his fork to 'FISH' plastic bottles out of the rubbish bins. We saw 3 in the short time we were having our iced tea. The other 2 people were just your traditional fossickers with a big plastic bag to put there 'loot' in to.