House Omorika

Address: Vranocaca 72/1, Korenica, 53230, Croatia | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Vranocaca 72/1, Korenica.
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Travel Blogs from Korenica

Unplanned Car Adventures and Plitvice

A travel blog entry by jacquelinerose on Jul 11, 2014

19 photos

... we could call, at far less cost than we were now preparing for! On top of that, we decided to spring for an automatic car, as I was feeling apprehensive about driving for the first time outside of Canada in a standard. We also sprung for a GPS, which as it turns out was a brilliant idea - we might never have gotten out of Zagreb without it!

Our GPS is named Kate. Kate is a bit off but essentially knows her stuff. She couldn't find ...

Travel to Croatia from Budapest via train

A travel blog entry by playhard on Jun 22, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

Leave Budapest 6 am.
arrive Zagreb 1 pm
taxi to airport then rent car
2 hour drive to hotel near national park, central Croatia. Stopped at restraint on road for lunch. Had four small trout whole and some rice. Amazing.
Hotel is actually a room in someone's house. Great location, awesome view of countryside from room. 10 min from park, we will go tomorrow.
wife told us to go to Barac cave, close to the house got ...

A Magical Place

A travel blog entry by jamie083 on Apr 26, 2014

84 photos

... both very excited about exploring. After a quick pit stop we set out for a quick preview of the lakes before a big days hiking the next day. The entrance of the National Park was only minutes from our hotel so we were down there as soon as possible. We took a quick ferry across one of the many lakes and set off on a lovely walkway made of wooden logs. We were immediately taken aback by how amazing the place is. It is ...


A travel blog entry by diff54 on Sep 19, 2013

45 photos

... with an inscription which is supposed to be about sacrifices). It is circular in shape, an simple unadorned interior. A peaceful and contemplative space. Around the Forum are column remnants, walls which would have been side buildings like shops. Further to this is open displays of any other Roman relics that have been found and belong here. The Shame Post still stands, a Roman column which was used in the Middle Ages for public humiliation. Michael just managed to ...

Natural wonders wander

A travel blog entry by camanita on Jul 24, 2013

... bus stop, hopped on our one back to Zagreb, had a bit of a snooze on the way, then went back to the room to shower before dinner. Tonight we tried a restaurant called ‘Mostavi’ which our host recommended for the lamb and it did not disappoint! Apparently the president ate there so it must be good – and it was. Off to the coast tomorrow, hopefully this quick rain shower we had today won’t come back ...