Meridijan 16

Address: Ulica Grada Vukovara 341, Zagreb, Croatia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Ulica Grada Vukovara 341, Zagreb, is near Cathedral of Zagreb, Cathedral of the Assumption, Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb, and Strossmayer's Old Masters Gallery.
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      Travel Blogs from Zagreb

      Farewell Old Lady Budapest, hello funky Croatia!

      A travel blog entry by pickledaardvark on Nov 09, 2014

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      ... from the cash machine and we went to the Spar across the road and bought two small bottles of water with sports caps for the train, one 1.5l bottle of water to refill the small bottles, two bananas, four fresh bread rolls, a packet of ten slices of ham and a large bag of crisps. And we still had enough change from the £2.30 to buy four cheese scones and two chocolate pastries on the platform kiosk!

      As we were watching the departures board for ...

      O primeiro couchsurfing a gente nunca esquece

      A travel blog entry by sarita.castilho on Jul 11, 2014

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      ... delicioso pra tomar aquela breja gelada sentado numa mesa na calçada. Bem, o Brasil perdeu, como era de se esperar. E nos??? Tomamos a noite toda, demos muita risada, depois trocamos de bar, mais muita besteira, bebida e risada de novo.
      Quando voltamos de madrugada pra casa esquentamos a pizza que pedimos na sexta a noite e comemos como 2 amigos que chegam mortos de fome da balada. E abracei meu sofá....ahhhh que sofá. Me lembrou o da minha casa. ...

      Cathedral of the Assumption

      A travel blog entry by dcdave100 on Oct 12, 2013

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      ... the Blessed Virgin Mary. The church is visible throughout the city and is a good land mark to verify exactly where you might be at. This church has a pretty long history that dates back to at least 1094 when King Ladislaus transferred the bishopric here from Sisak (Wherever that is.) However, in 1242 the Mongols destroyed the cathedral. What a bunch of dummies, but that is a story for another day. The cathedral was rebuilt by Bishop ...

      Dianne visits the plac

      A travel blog entry by greghahn on Sep 30, 2013

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      ... Whatever the reason, we climb it for 360 degree views of the city which is enjoyable. We then descend back to the main road in the funicular railway, manned by a very grumpy Croatian gent who corrects Dianne's Croatian fairly forcefully. Apparently she has been referring to him as a woman - not a good idea,

      We walk back to the car taking in the ornate buildings of Zagreb and also looking for a toilet at the Railway station. We manage to drive out ...

      Day 9 Zagreb

      A travel blog entry by nurse.sarah on Sep 04, 2013

      9 photos

      This morning, Karen, Ben and I headed for the main cemetery of Mirogji, which is located out of the city centre. It was worth the effort to get there. It was everything a big cemetery should be - restful, peaceful. There was a lot of impressive, ornate gravestones and tombs. We had a walk around the grounds, admiring the gravestones, speculating about the lives of the people buried there, and commiserating about ...