Zeleni Kut

Address: Zvecaj 109, Zagreb, Croatia | Hotel
 
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      Zagreb to Split

      A travel blog entry by kas19 on Oct 13, 2014

      We planned to wake up early and walk around Zagreb to take in a little history from the capital of Croatia. At 9:30 am we woke up and realized we had to be on the train at 11:00 am. We quickly packed up and headed to the post office to ship our Oktoberfest gear. After the post office we went to the train station ticket office as in Venice the ticket office had booked us second instead of first class tickets (and dammit we paid for first class tickets so ...

      Sparkling Slovenia then Captivating Croatia

      A travel blog entry by anni.porter on Jul 14, 2014

      46 photos

      ... just a short summer shower and by them time we’d been round the village the rain had stopped.

      We then doubled back to where we’d been earlier and were taken to a restaurant for an early dinner. It was perched on a hilltop and quite steep climb – but helped us earn our supper! We were greeted with a little glass with a drink like schnapps and some bread and salt. Then we were taken inside and up to the first floor ...

      Zagreb reunion

      A travel blog entry by watso on Jun 03, 2014

      17 photos

      ... We decided to do our own walking tour because we had limited time in Zagreb and we wanted to see only important spots, so we asked the Hostel guy and he drew us a nice map to follow, which we did, stopping in a few bars along the way and seeing the important sights in a few hours.

      After our little tour, we asked again the guy for a good restaurant recommendation, which brought us to this traditionnal Croat cuisine place which served us delicious copious meals for quite ...

      A LOT of walking!

      A travel blog entry by annemorrishooke on Apr 02, 2014

      2 comments, 44 photos

      ... good, and it is!!! I had a HUGE slice of Margherita Pizza - and it was DELICIOUS!!! An hour or so later I was in the hotel with my feet up and a Johnny Walker nearby with ice (one has to go to the restaurant to get a fancy ice bucket for our ice...) - I arrived literally minutes before Maria got in from her meetings so she was able to put her feet up for a bit with a glass of chilled vino before she had to head out for the official 'banquet' :-)





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      Day 52: Croatians are legitimate giants

      A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Dec 08, 2013

      5 comments, 4 photos

      ... were the only people in the hostel at 10am... seems like everyone else just comes in for the weekend. The owner let us stay and keep a locker while we waited.

      To pass some of the time we took a walk in the park that was across the street from the hostel. There was a photo exhibit with about a hundred photos taken by National Geographic photographers in Slovenia and the United States. It was supposed to show that Slovenia and the United States were ...