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Address: Remetinecka Cesta 106, Zagreb, 10000, Croatia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Midtown area of 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

    Folk Dancing Zagreb Style

    A travel blog entry by stuart.e-h on Jul 15, 2015

    4 photos

    ... that we would not be rounded up and displayed ourselves, and at midday we declared it to be 'Beer O'Clock" and crossed the road to our Greek Restaurant where we were welcomed like family members. I use that term in the Continental fashion where families seem to like each other, not in the British way, where generally, families can't stand each other.

    After a number of drinks and a bowl of pasta we finally made it to the train and took our reserved seats, ...

    Zagreb and Ljubjlana

    A travel blog entry by joanieliz on Jul 14, 2015

    13 photos

    ... overnight in Ljubljana, but decided to carry onward, as the light was still good, and since I was driving past Lake Bled via the motorway, I thought I should take a look. It was a beautiful lake region with lots of activity of locals and tourists alike. It seemed to be a really popular place for all ages, with lots of things to do. Loved the day. I would definitely go back to each of those places. And next... Vienna! See you there, ...

    Zagreb, city of cafes

    A travel blog entry by rhiannonpurple on May 15, 2015

    3 comments, 24 photos

    ... for alll Zagreb citizens to sit in a cafe at least twice a day. I don't know how many cafes there are around the city but the number of chairs must number at least the same as the population - plus more for tourists. The shops are a a real mix of international chains and local outlets, many of which reminded me strongly of the ones I'd been in when I travelled around other parts of Eastern Europe in 1991, when communist institutions had only just started to be dismantled. ...

    Dubrovnik to Zagreb

    A travel blog entry by trevorrose on May 12, 2015

    2 photos

    ... familiar to us. There were also some pretty rough looking communist era apartment blocks, but the biggest thing to hit us smack in the eye was all the graffiti - every building had it - apparently there is little or no crime in Zagreb (quite surprising really) and as there is not a huge police presence on the streets and so with a fine of about $20 being no deterrent, the young ones spray to their hearts content!
    As to be expected the city, being ...


    A travel blog entry by tommy1982 on Sep 21, 2014

    1 comment, 39 photos

    ... walking past the imposing state archives that look like a super villains lair with its evil looking owls perched on each corner, we headed to the technical museum simply because Anna loves bees and it has a exhibit of bee keeping, including working hives that are see through. The museum was actually quite good, a bit like a more grown up questicon and had some pretty great exhibits on tesla (who was born in Croatia), great old machines and, of course, the ...