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From the regal capital of Zagreb, Croatia to the mesmerizing Dalmatian Coast; from the cradle of Western civilization in Athens to the unforgettable sunset of Santorini, please come join me for a mixture of high adrenaline activities in Croatia followed by ...
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A Travel Blog entry by painterlaura2 from Zagreb, Croatia
... the twelve apostles, along with Jesus, Mary, and St Mark. The Stone Gate The Stone Gate (Kamenita Vrata) in Zagreb's Gornji Grad is the last remaining of the five gates which once stood. They were the entrances through the walls around Gradec, the ...
A Travel Blog entry by kstubbs97 from Zagreb, Grad Zagreb, Croatia
... - I chose the one near the railway station in Donji Grad (the lower town as opposed to the original part of Zagreb – Gornji Grad – which is built on the hill north west of Jelačić plac). Stopped at the Zagreb Archaeological Museum ...
A Travel Blog entry by meganandkevin from Zagreb, Croatia
... gold shrines that make visiting it a very unique experience. From there we headed down to "Donji Grad" or Lower Town. This is where most of Zagreb's beautiful parks and the Viennese-influenced buildings and squares are. Around every corner we found ...
A Travel Blog entry by gibbas from Zagreb, Croatia
The centre of the city of Zagreb is split into two parts, Gornji Grad (upper town) and Donji Grad (lower town). Gornji Grad is the very old part and looks over the lower and newer parts of town. In Gornji Grad we saw many old and beautiful sights. ...
A Travel Blog entry by chan_hc from Zagreb, Croatia
I toured Zagreb on the 12th. The old town of Zagreb has two sections: the Dornji Grad (Lower Town), with the Cathedral of the Assumption, and the "Lenuzzi's green horseshoe", named after the Viennese architect who designed this string of eight parks, each ...
A Travel Blog entry by mskexpo from Zagreb, Croatia
... to our hotel on the north west side. What a jaunt and what a hotel. We will get out tomorrow and move to the palace Hotel Zagreb in the centre.. This evening we met up with Belinder and her friend Von ( both of whom are on a maiden voyage here together) ...
A Travel Blog entry by dnrjr99 from Zagreb, Croatia
... . And, it was a treat for me to return. I am staying here for few weeks and will travel about Croatia. The downtown part of Zagreb is really nice and unique central European city to see. From the train station you can walk easy to the very center, a huge ...
A Travel Blog entry by paulabcferreira from Zagreb, City of Zagreb, Croatia
Chegamos aqui 12h como previsto. Foi otimo ter combinado o transfer com Zagreb Tours (Davor Miskic). Apesar do aeroporto nao ser longe, ter alguem esperando, depois de um longo voo, eh tudo de bom. A cidade tem muito verde e muitas flores. O que nao esta ...
A Travel Blog entry by pgbilic from Zagreb, Croatia
We are staying at George’s uncle’s flat in Novi Grad, Zagreb. Spent Sunday with his cousin, Vera, and family. Had an amazing lunch at a suburban restaurant (Stari Kotac) - packed and had to wait. Food was simple Croatian fare ...
A Travel Blog entry by walnutrij from Zagreb, Croatia
... ; sort of – so we were very optimistic about our tour of Zagreb. Our guide was practically a baby, a recent grad of Zagreb U, but quite competent. ...
A Travel Blog entry by dho08 from Zagreb, Croatia
... a pepperoni roll, some chicken wings and gatorade. charlie and the chocolate factory was on tv but i kept falling asleep. Zagreb airport was small, i got my bags and worriedly waited outside passport control and customs for my group. i stood and ...
A Travel Blog entry by emmab from Zagreb, Croatia
... scenic train trip culminated in arriving at Glavni Kolodvor train station just before midday. In stark contrast to Ljubljana, Wednesday in Zagreb had some beautiful weather, and it was 17.6 degrees! I got my bearings quickly, and purchased a tram ticket ...
A Travel Blog entry by francethedance from Zagreb, Croatia
... . Thankfully the train journey was a big improvement on our Spanish ordeal... we even got free coffee! For a Saturday night, Zagreb wasn't all that happening. After dinner (pizza again but it was better than expected) we wandered around the ...
A Travel Blog entry by lkayeurope10 from Zagreb, Croatia
... in time to watch the end of the South Africa v. Uruguay game at a cafe on the bustling "going out" street, Tkalciceva. Zagreb is a smaller city, so it was nice to be able to walk everywhere easily from our hostel. The next morning we headed ...
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