Hotel Villa Astra

Address: V.C. Emina 11, Lovran, 51415, Croatia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on V.C. Emina 11, Lovran, is near Volosko and Moscenicka Draga.
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    Travel Blogs from Lovran

    Baska to Krk Town

    A travel blog entry by jephcottjourney on Jul 07, 2015

    ... the local government at the time to indulge his lifestyle. We decided to stick to the main by of town and not venture into King Edward's lifestyle though. Later in the day we went to go see a sandcastle competition in Krk, the largest town and also the name of the island. The temperature again was around 37 Celsius so we took a break and went for ice cream. Em had had enough or fortress and old city walls at this ...

    Day 66- Opatija

    A travel blog entry by k1w1milnerz on Jun 14, 2015

    1 comment, 34 photos

    ... booth and in bits of English we found out that we would need to take a boat and then a small train and then walk for 2-3 hours to see some lakes. There were other walks for 5-6 hours but we were pressed for time so we decided to do the 2-3 hour one. Knowing no more than this we changed into walking shoes, grabbed some lunch and some bottles of water and headed off. The forest was ...

    Relaxing in Rovinj

    A travel blog entry by kirstenhulme on Jun 14, 2015

    37 photos

    We got our rental car and headed to Pula to see the coliseum. We got there in the early afternoon, parked right outside, walked 30 seconds to the ticket office (where there was no line), paid about 5 bucks per ticket and for the next hour and a half we became Russell Crowe in the movie 'Gladiator'. There was an obvious answer to Maximus's question, "are you not entertained?", we certainly were!! Chris assured me that if I ever go to Rome that I can cross ...

    Galvani park

    A travel blog entry by patelfamily on May 28, 2015

    ... more extreme obstacles. The final course was 10 metres off the ground and was more challenging,and really got your heart pumping. I loved all of it, I couldn't choose a favourite! One of the best was the zip lines that were 113 metres long and one of the zip lines took you back down to the ground so you had to run along as you landed and try to stay on your feet. After we had completed all the obstacles the owner of the park offered to order pizza for us. ...

    High ropes course

    A travel blog entry by patelfamily on May 28, 2015

    1 photo

    ... line. This was quite easy, but I still felt quite nervous. The difficult part was to keep clipping the carabiners onto the safety wires. Next I tried the intermediate course which was 6 metres off the ground. This had more difficult obstacles and finished with a long zip line over olive trees. The final course was 10 metres high but felt about twice that height when you were up ...