Pansion Medvednica

Sljemenska cesta, Zagreb, Croatia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Zagreb

The Museum of Broken Relationships

A travel blog entry by shantie


... going '... Umm... What!?!?' Mostly romantic relationships, boyfriend/girlfriend, marriages that fell apart, but there was one Room dedicated to family, specifically parent/child relationships. A father who got separated from his children The young mother who miscarried The daughter who lost her mom to cancer. The museum was beautiful, in it's own strange way. Some very strange... The lawn gnome, the shoe, and the book... Yeah... But it's very real, very personal. Not ...

Zagreb and Couchsurfing

A travel blog entry by kvstark


... I was very good at Chinese. Not really, just better than level 1. It’s sort of crazy though – when we got home after class, XIaojie told me that the girl I was working with was actually Miss Croatia from a few years back. I was shocked! I was talking with a celebrity! How cool!

I think this is sort of how couchsurfing works – you stay at someone’s home and you also sort of become part of their life for a little while. This ...

Croatia Part Two: Zagreb

A travel blog entry by melissaclark


... and hot tubs, which are closed because it's "winter". But it's such a nice little home away from home. By the time we got settled in, it was around eleven am. We freshened up, and decided to take the bus to Venice! After a fifteen minute bus ride, we made it! I cannot describe how beautiful it is here! Pictures do not do it justice! We walked around Venice today for probably four or five hours and three of those hours were spent lost, trying to find where we were! In ...

Bled to the Surprise Packet...Zagreb!

A travel blog entry by rorox


... to the city and stands at over 1,000 feet high. All around this was an amazing view of which we took many snapshots.

Once completed we headed down into the lower town and again strolled down Illica the main street of the city. After an exhaustive afternoon we checked into the Brit Hostel who had held onto our bags while we explored town and they prepared our room. We put our bags into our room, freshened up and locked away our valuables. The ...


A travel blog entry by writeofpassage


... can be found in the smaller towns. While wandering the streets of Zagreb we stumbled upon St Mark's Church, which has a colourful tiled roof of Croatian patriotic colours. The roof looks like something from Lego land and is a striking contrast to the old 13th century gothic style of the body of the parish church. Just around the corner from the church was the 'Stone Gate'. This wasn't so much a gate but a passage way turned into a shrine. ...


This hotel, located on Sljemenska cesta, Zagreb, is near Maksimir Park (Maksimirirski perivoj).
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