Hotel Bijela Ruza

Address: Trg kralja Tomislava 38, Velika Gorica, 10410, Croatia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Trg kralja Tomislava 38, Velika Gorica, is near Holy Mary Monument, Art Pavillion, Archaeological Museum and Andautonia Archaeological Park, and Medvedgrad Castle.
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Travel Blogs from Velika Gorica

Kumrovec and the Croatian Countryside

A travel blog entry by rerowand on Jul 20, 2015

Today we go to visit Tito's birthplace. (We saw his tomb back in 2010.) We have been warned that it is a high heat/ high UV day. Our guide for the day is Yvonna. We take the bus to Zagorje county (Croatia has 20 counties) to Kumrovec to the ethnological village that encompasses the house where Tito was born and raised. On the way, Yvonna talked about the geography of the area and walked down the aisle to show us a map of Zagorje county and where we would be ...

The "real" day 1

A travel blog entry by superflee on Jun 18, 2015

2 comments, 15 photos

Well we made it. After a long plane ride we changed planes in Frankfurt Germany ( Goliath of an airport! ) and made into Zagreb Croatia about 3pm local time (+9hours for Sesttle-ites) .. Customs was a breeze and we were in a taxi to the city in no time . We walked into our room an basically face planted on the bed for 2 hours... We were smoked after being up for pretty much 24 hours . So far Zagreb is wonderful city with ...

Zagreb and the Amazing Pltvice Lakes

A travel blog entry by domandkatey on Nov 18, 2014

28 photos

... put all of the restaurants on one street, because they are somewhat difficult to find elsewhere. This street is really cool and a great place to grab a coffee and people watch.

The upper town has an old tower where you can look out on the whole city; the views are fantastic. Inside this tower, there is a canon which is fired every day at noon. The upper town reminds me a lot of the castle district in Budapest. There are loads of ancient buildings and the St. ...

Day 8 of our tour

A travel blog entry by carolyn201 on Sep 20, 2014

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It's all over folks. Back in the hotel lobby (the only place the internet works - so much for wi-fi everywhere). Anyway, no more complaining because today has been good. Had a lovely sleep last night in this nice Westin 4 star and, for once, didn't have to leave at the crack of dawn. Bus into Zagreb city centre, past lots of ornate buildings, many of thema nasty yellow colour. We met our local guide - a young man with impeccable ...

Night trains and impending rains.

A travel blog entry by waterswandering on Aug 13, 2014

7 photos

... turned out to be a great find as the food was outstanding. We rolled out the front door satisfied.

The Croats that we have met with so far have been very friendly. It is a different place to where we have been, with a stronger blue-collar vibe. They come across as being hardworking, easy-going, salt-of-the-earth types of people. We’re looking forward to our time here!

Our initial plan was to head from Zagreb out to ...