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 Archaeological Museum and Andautonia Archaeological Park, Holy Mary Monument, Medvedgrad Castle, and Mandusevac Fountain.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Velika Gorica

Door view 27

A travel blog entry by mercs57 on May 29, 2014

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Arrived in another storm, 2 nites 1june arrived croatia wow winding roads very hilly we're in zegrad what amazing citie of course it was raining when we arrived but after it cleared up so we went for a walk into the city which is about 20min walk it was beautiful the people are very friendly and speak English drinks alcohol very cheap the food soo yummy ...

Zagreb and Couchsurfing

A travel blog entry by kvstark on Apr 25, 2014

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... trying to figure out how to get that to work. I put it in my phone just fine, but wasn’t sure how to activate it, or use it. I asked the receptionist for help and she wasn’t really sure either, but she said it looked like it might take 24 hours for it to activate, so maybe I should try again tomorrow? I’m staying at a hostel tonight in Split (hopefully) so I’ll try again there. It would be a real bummer if it only worked on ...

Zagreb. Last night with rob

A travel blog entry by jherzina on Oct 23, 2013

So today was my last day before I had to start traveling back up to London and I can say I ended up leaving in good old Aussie style. ****** as and hungover!. We got into Zagreb around 4, got into our hostel which was around the corner from hobo bear. And fair enough when we went out we seen Ida and the other girl that works at hobo bear at this night club. So we stayed there all night. Once again I met a Croatian girl from Zagreb who was just as stunning if not more stunning then ...

Split, Zadar, to Zagreb, Croatia

A travel blog entry by apici2 on Sep 29, 2013

... who alternate, Serb, Croat, and Muslim. People were very curious about us and our bus which says Globus Tours. Split was a beautiful seaside city. UNESCO site. Emporer Diocletian built palace, 2,000 people died in building. He was persecutor of Christians. 4th century palace was a labyrinth of paths. Restaurants overlooked the Adriatic. Last sight of Dalmatian coast at Zadar showed an open park along the sea that was peaceful. Two unusual features were installed along the ...


A travel blog entry by jspence on Aug 08, 2013

... of split was far more in depth this time rather than my initial two hours there. We went on a free walking tour and learnt about the history of the Diocletian palace which we stayed in for a night. The streets inside the palace are quite beautiful and very unique, however split in general is extremely expensive and the supermarkets lack food that we could have prepared and eaten on the go which forced us to eat out and thus spend unnecessary amounts ...