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 the Assumption, Cathedral of Zagreb, Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb, and Zagreb Municipal Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Marija Bistrica

Tour Day on Zagreb

A travel blog entry by mclewiskm on Oct 11, 2015

Today it rained and rained buckets and was cold and windy, but with a little breakfast, layers of clothes and hotel umbrellas we went on our 9 am tour. Our guide was our second "Harry" whose Croatian name is really Hrvoje thus too tough for the American tongue. Like many men in parts of Croatia he was very tall and solidly built but blond and blue eyed. He took. Us to the old lower and upper ton and we were please that we shopped yesterday since all but the souvenir shops were closed ...


A travel blog entry by charlie.howick on Aug 20, 2015

2 comments, 6 photos

... gorgeous then onto a church which was beautiful, and as normal in the quietist place possible I was the one to knock my foot against the foot stole and make a loud bang!-.- typical! We also found a 360 viewing tower which was only 20 kuna so about £2!! And you got a full day pass and could play games like frustration whilst enjoying the view! Which we did.... I won 2 games to 1!;) We moved on finally to the most unusual museum in Croatia ...

Zagreb City Tour

A travel blog entry by rerowand on Jul 21, 2015

... dates back to 1731 when a fire broke out in Gornji grad. It destroyed everything except the painting. This was a miracle, so the Lady watches over and protects them. As we continued our walk down to Lower Town, we passed a statue of St. George killing the dragon and the famous tie shop. It is believed that Croatians invented the tie in the 17th century when the Royal Regiment used a scarf as part of their uniform tied like today's ties. (The Croatian Way). The street ...

Catching up on last night and a bike tour

A travel blog entry by birteuk on Jul 13, 2015

2 comments, 23 photos

... Out again now and at the Bulldog Cafe, Club and Bistro. The place looks very unassuming but the food is amazing. They only have a small menu but that is absolutely enough. And don't go for the bar menu. Ask for the proper one. I had a heavenly dinner of crostini with goats cheese, salami and truffle oil and a rustic salad with tomatoes, chicken, rocket, capers, onions, croutons and a oil and vinegar dressing. Again, main came before the started but who cares! With drinks ...

2 days in Zagreb

A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Dec 10, 2014

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Just my luck, its a nice looking day in Belgrade, yes the day i am leaving. Not to worry. The train trip from Belgrade is not a highlight. The train is old, but comfortable. From Belgrade to the border it is slow going. I guess it must be due to the bad condition of the tracks, as it is one rough ride in parts. We never get above 80kph, most of the time we are lucky to go 50kph. We arrive at the Croatian border and the train stops for passport checks. This ...