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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    Travel Blogs from Zagreb

    Day in Zagreb

    A travel blog entry by legreens on Jul 25, 2015

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... botanical gardens with huge lillypads that were big enough to sit on and a very helpful man to tell us all about the gardens! By this point the wind was getting up, and the clouds were rolling in. All the 100's of umbrellas in all the bars were taken in and the heavens opened! Raincoats on and like proper tourist we continued our sight seeing. We found a bar still with umbrellas up and stopped for a coffee and beer! The rain pasted and we moved on to an ice cream ...

    Croatia & Bosnia i Herzegovina

    A travel blog entry by joshchristine on Jun 05, 2015

    2 comments, 30 photos

    ... We went to a number of locations including an Ottoman Dervish house at the source of a river that comes out of a (must be huge) spring from a cave inside a mountain (Blagaj), a Christian pilgrimage site (Medjugorje), an old town that was once touristed before the war (Pocitelj) and we also went swimming in some freezing water at some waterfalls (Kravice) that reminded us both a little of Plitvice in Croatia (where you can’t swim).


    It is True, Hungarian Trains are Cack

    A travel blog entry by suzieq88 on Jun 05, 2015

    ... in all, I couldn’t help thinking perhaps it would have been easier to fly…

    It was near 10 o’clock when we arrived to the dark and really rather scary looking streets of Zagreb. We were exhausted, famished and terrified as we attempting to negotiate the way to our hostel, over an hour later than we’d promised to the owners. I couldn’t help thinking with the tall old tenements and dingy looking alleyways that Zagreb had an uncanny ...

    First Impressions (subject to change...)

    A travel blog entry by tashahowe on Sep 01, 2014

    29 comments, 90 photos

    ... signs of the war anywhere. No plaques. Nothing posted anywhere in the city center. Were hundreds of thousands of people really killed, tortured, displaced, and then “ethnically-cleansed,” and forced into tiny homogeneous countries where they all now live solely with their own kind?

    Maybe we will see some acknowledgements the more we explore but most of what we see today are symbols of European progress. There are immense department ...

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

    A travel blog entry by jacquelinerose on Jul 10, 2014

    29 photos

    ... during World War II but the city ran out of money).

    After the tour we walked up to the castle, and then the next day Jas and I walked around the Tivoli park, accidentally climbed another mountain (again, a small one), and found an amazing shisha café where we spent the rest of the day relaxing in the park while Kim was exploring the Skocjan caves outside of the city.

    Zagreb was next, our last train trip for a ...