Meridijan 16

Address: Ulica Grada Vukovara 241, Zagreb, 10000, Croatia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ulica Grada Vukovara 241, Zagreb, is near Cathedral of Zagreb, Cathedral of the Assumption, Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb, and Art Pavilion (Umjetnicki Paviljon).
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Zagreb

    Folk Dancing Zagreb Style

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

    4 photos

    ... were inspectors on the trams and random checks in the Metro but in Vienna there was nothing. I suspect that we were probably the only people on the whole public transport system, who had bought a ticket.

    The trip to Zagreb takes 7 hours and we discovered why. The first half is a climb through the alps, with frequent stops along the way. At some point we lost the rear few coaches and suddenly had a view out of the corridor rear window - I think it ...

    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 ...

    The first 24

    A travel blog entry by allinakay on May 13, 2015

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... restaurant for lunch (which they eat at around 3pm). I couldn't read the menu so I tried this method of just pointing at a dish. It partially worked. The pasta was good but the selection did not really match up with my fatigued appetite. About halfway through lunch the jet lag hit us like a bus and we were basically unresponsive and lethargic. So we went back to Katie's apartment and were dead to the world for a solid three hours.

    One of my favorite parts of Europe ...

    Dubrovnik to Zagreb

    A travel blog entry by trevorrose on May 12, 2015

    2 photos

    ... Our rooms were old but very comfortable, with nice beds and bathrooms and free WiFi.
    We had a buffet dinner after a freshen up - the meals on tour have been extraordinarily good - and time to chat with the others before doing some washing and hitting the sack.
    So our tour is nearly at an end - only tomorrow left and it will be a big one, with a city walking tour, a drive out into the country for lunch at a farmhouse and a gala farewell dinner at ...

    Zagreb: Croatia's Café Capital

    A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Sep 27, 2014

    12 photos

    Zagreb, Croatia's capital and largest city (pop 1.1 million) is teeming with energy and activity, but surprisingly few tourists. Zagreb was originally comprised of two towns: Gradec and Kaptol, established around the year 1000. They finally merged in 1850. Zagreb officially became a Capitol city in 1991, when Croatia declared independence. So, it's an old/new city.

    Our train ride to Zagreb from Pécs was pleasant with only one transfer in Gyekenes at the border. ...