Hotel Laguna

Address: Kranjceviceva 29, Zagreb, 10000, Croatia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Kranjceviceva 29, Zagreb, is near Jelacic Square (Trg bana), Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb, Mimara Museum, and Arts and Crafts Museum.
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Beverage Selection
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service
          • Business Services

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Laguna Zagreb

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          Travel Blogs from Zagreb

          Zagreb, Plitvice and Split - in living colour

          A travel blog entry by jackdrury on Sep 22, 2015

          3 comments, 71 photos

          ... of the most impressive Roman ruins still standing today. Then, just to say that we'd done it all, we climbed the palace tower.
          It had been quite a day of hiking when we settled down around ten. By midnight a party at the tiny wine bar across the street from our bedroom window started to get rolling. Shortly after three all the noise went away. But at a four-thirty there was yelling, carts clanking on cobble stone, odd sounding motors and ...

          Folk Dancing Zagreb Style

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

          4 photos

          ... br>
          The second half is downhill but much of it is on single track, so we found ourselves waiting for an approaching train to clear the line. We crossed first into Slovenia and then out of Slovenia and into Croatia, each border causing long delays.

          We pulled up at stations on the borders and Police and Customs boarded the train. These people (they were male and female) probably have the cushiest jobs in the world. Judging by the size of them, they ...

          Plitvice Lakes

          A travel blog entry by jaxtravels on Jun 15, 2015

          32 photos

          ... from the main bus station and buy our entrance at the park. All that was lacking was the guide, which really is not needed. Signage is good and the freedom to choose our own pace was much better

          The tour groups were large and participants had to stay with the group. There were several groups there and they were in our way. On our own, we were able to stop whenever we wanted to take photos and choose whichever path looked good TO US. At one point I was standing on ...

          Farewell Old Lady Budapest, hello funky Croatia!

          A travel blog entry by pickledaardvark on Nov 09, 2014

          5 photos

          ... I realised I had made a mistake. Tomorrow we are getting a bus to Ljubljana and staying a couple of nights before coming back to Zagreb. What I didn't realise was that the same train that we caught to Zagreb goes on to Ljubljana, so we could have just gone straight to Ljubljana, stayed two nights and then caught the bus to Zagreb. We couldn't get an add-on ticket today and change our plans as I'd booked a hostel in Zagreb and would have had to ...

          Zagreb fans!

          A travel blog entry by wanderinghands on Sep 07, 2014

          18 photos

          ... of decades and centuries in a city and country that has been built or rebuilt many times over between wars. You see baroque style on some of the grand buildings like the opera house in amongst buildings hundreds of years old and buildings from the 70/80/90's and socialism..It was also interesting to hear about the wars, why they think they happen and its really interesting hearing them referred to as the First World War and Second World War. Our guide was ...