Lojzekova hiza

Address: Subiceva 40, Marija Bistrica, 49245 , Croatia | Inn
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This inn, located on Subiceva 40, Marija Bistrica, is near Cathedral of Zagreb, Cathedral of the Assumption, Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb, and Zagreb Municipal Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Marija Bistrica

Day in Zagreb

A travel blog entry by robpo2 on Aug 06, 2015

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Started the day off with a walking tour.. Zagreb is divided by an upper town and a lower town. They are connected with a funicular. The upper town is the older with most of the tourist attractions and buildings. The parliament building , law courts square was quite interesting. The flag checks is due to Croatia being won by a chess game in the past. Zagreb was another walled and gated city with the tower gate being quite interesting. Has a picture of Virgin and child that ...

Zagreb City Tour

A travel blog entry by rerowand on Jul 21, 2015

... I sat outside in my undershirt at a table with my iPad and a Schweppes tangerine soda. We had to put the clothes through the dryer a couple of times, but hey! we have clean clothes and an ink free shirt to put back on. We returned to the room to pack. Tomorrow is a travel day. We they relaxed in the AC until 6:45 when we walked up to a McDonalds for a quick meal. We could of gone out earlier, but I didn't want much and Jean didn't want anything. So a quick ...

Catching up on last night and a bike tour

A travel blog entry by birteuk on Jul 13, 2015

2 comments, 23 photos

... 7. The Austrian Hungarian royal colours were yellow and black. This means that a lot of the buildings are still in that yellow (gold) colour. 8. If you take the Blue Bike tour ask Bruno about stereotypes! 9. There is no commercial centre in Zagreb. One is planned to be built at Eastern edge of town. When will it happen: Probably mañana. 10. In Zagreb the River Sava is not used for recreation due to flooding. So there are no restaurants along the river. In winter almost goes ...


A travel blog entry by tommy1982 on Sep 21, 2014

1 comment, 39 photos

... fall in passing storms by this point so in between ducking into shops to avoid the rain, we headed through the markets in the main square to the Zagreb cathedral. In both a testament to the power of the church as well as the long stifled economic growth, the cathedral remains the tallest building in Croatia and is spectacular in its scale and grandeur. Originally built in 1093 it has survived invasions, earthquakes and soviet neglect and, since 1993, is currently ...

Night trains and impending rains.

A travel blog entry by waterswandering on Aug 13, 2014

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... desk and our adventurous spirit, we headed out the front door and into the wilderness of Zagreb. Blue skies, sunshine and 29 degrees welcomed us! A real shift in temperature compared to the rest of the trip so far. We headed up to the top part of town (that is where it is at apparently) and wandered around. We visited the CHURCH and made our way through the fruit markets. They are on every day and apparently are a great place for ...