House Zupan

Address: Rakovica 35, Rakovica, 47245, Croatia | Inn
 
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This inn is located on Rakovica 35, Rakovica.
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        Travel Blogs from Rakovica

        Plitvice

        A travel blog entry by otherguru on Apr 15, 2016

        5 comments, 20 photos


        Cette fois-ci, je pars en Dalmatie. C'est quoi la Dalmatie ? Ben, le pays des dalmatiens ! C’est où la Dalmatie. En Croatie, bande d’ignares !

        Le décor étant planté, il est temps de prendre la route. Je pars de l’aéroport de Zagreb sans même prendre le temps de visiter la ville car je vais en Dalmatie.

        Don't go chasing waterfalls- except in Plitvice!

        A travel blog entry by kirstenhulme on Jun 16, 2015

        26 photos

        ... it justice. When we walked through the park, it felt like we were in a dream surrounded by fairies. Oh wait! We were surrounded by fairies for a few portions of the hike as there were these blue winged dragonflies and bright yellow butterflies that were floating around so majestically, nothing seemed real about them. Overall, the two days we spent exploring the lakes was very well worth it, nature at its best. Next we are off to Zadar, a couple hours south and on the coast. Stay ...

        An unexpected day in the Plitvice Lakes

        A travel blog entry by pickledaardvark on Nov 13, 2014

        5 photos

        Today was a day I had been anticipating as a highlight of our journey, a visit to Croatia's most popular tourist destination, Plitvice Lakes. I had read a lot about this place, particularly how crowded it is with tourists and how hard it is to get round in the summer with the boardwalks gridlocked with walkers. It wasn't going to be so packed in November as the summer, but I went with the expectation of following scores of international tourists round the trails, maybe drinking ...

        From Zagreb to Zadar with Lakes in the middle.

        A travel blog entry by sjpkiwi on Aug 29, 2014

        2 photos

        ... seat, could've been cosy ;)

        Turns out Bruno is a cool guy.

        A windy couple of hours later after listening to epic old school beats we arrived at Plitvice Lakes which is pronounced Plitvitchka. The driver told us where to meet him in 4 hours and we lined up for 20 minutes to buy our 180kuna tickets then Bruno and I got some beverages for our hike & set off on our own because the others left us. We walked to where the bus was and then drove up the national park, ...

        Stunning Plitvice

        A travel blog entry by emmahayes1990 on Jul 08, 2014

        5 photos

        ... to lateness in the day (and sore feet) so got the park bus from stop 3 back to stop 1. The food available in the area is rather limited and run by the park so overpriced therefore we picked up a few bits and had dinner sat outside at our guesthouse. The walk we did today didn't take us on the electric boat or along some of the walkways across the lakes so we plan to head back tomorrow to do some of those ...

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        House Zupan
        Zagreb, Croatia