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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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    Croatia, Croatia, Croatia

    A travel blog entry by domandkt on Jul 20, 2015


    ... i couldn't help but thinking, if its a bit depressing in summer, it would be HORRIBLE in dark and dreary winter time. The wifi was down at our place so we had to visit the bat across the road where we ordered a coke, 'on the rocks' in the words of the bar man, and did some research for our terribly planned next few days. Immediately i discovered that the owner of the apartment we had booked by the sea through airbnb had not replied to my messages, and so, we had ...

    Koprivnica - Zagreb

    A travel blog entry by paul_j_brennan on Jun 29, 2015

    20 photos

    ... fabric shops - only one piece of fabric purchased. I am still on the lookout for a cable tie to secure the handlebar attachment for the pannier - the one that was damaged in Bratislava. The ribs are a still a little tender, but she no complain. No luck with a cable tie as yet.

    There was fruit and veg along with lots of potted flowering plants, most of which we recognized. The stall holders were friendly nod we had a great chat to a Croatian at ...

    Hippie trail part 3: Night to bosnia

    A travel blog entry by 3pairsofpants on Jun 01, 2015

    6 photos

    ... out to be the border check. Everybody stepping out of their vehicles to be checked and maybe bribed. You have to walk up to a window where a man and his stamp await, straighten up don't smile to much and be polite, a long silence as he looks back and forth between your face and your passport...ok he says, win I'm in. Asking him to stamp my passport gets a roll of his eyes but it's a travelling must. Continuing on ...

    Up and down.

    A travel blog entry by kapesta on Feb 24, 2015

    1 photo

    Avoiding the highway to save expensive toll fees, meant we didn't make quite the progress we had hoped for, ending up only in Zagreb and not Belgrade as was planned. It did however mean we that we had to/got to drive through the 'Loiblpass' a steep pass with many switchbacks on both sides. Arriving in Zagreb at night wasn't ideal but doable, finding our hostel without further ...

    A sedate day in Zagreb

    A travel blog entry by pickledaardvark on Nov 14, 2014

    5 photos

    ... nice city indeed, and I love the whole street cafe/bar scene, where even in November hundreds, probably thousands, of people are sitting outside in the street well into the night, a heater provided by the tables the only concession to the oncoming Winter months. It's just that, once you've walked round all the main streets, it's done, and it really only takes a few hours to cover. We had admired the Doric Farmers' Market and browsed some souvenir shops - Squirt bought a pen ...