Zagreb is Croatia's capital as well as its cultural, scientific and economic heart. Its compact city centre is easy to navigate on foot or by tram if you are feeling weary. The city is divided into three parts. The medieval Gornji Grad (Upper Town) is home to the Presidential Palace, historic St Mark's church and numerous museums and galleries.
From the Zagreb Travel Guide
We was there for only 1 night. For us it was absolutly ok and it was very central. Maybe important: It is not a hotel. ... more
We only stayed in Zagreb for a few hours, so we chose an unexpensive hotel. The price was really fantastic and sevreice we got for this price was more than satisfying. The hotel doesn't have any charme, but the rooms are clean. The service is very friendly, breakfast is poor, but for this price, we did not mind. ... more
A very well run apartment with three main rooms each very large, certainly enough for our party of three. The guy who met us and showed us around the place was really great and more attentive than most other places we have stayed. it was very clean with fresh towels. ... more
Driving - Zagreb to Sarajevo to Montenegro
What are the driving route from Zagreb to Sarajevo look like? Are there any must see locations on the driving route from Zagreb to Sarajevo? Whats a good timeframe to travel across the border to avoid a long border crossing queue? Also, Is there a fairly straight driving route from Sarajevo to Montenegro coast? ...
Hostels in Venice and Zagreb
Anyone have any good and cheap options for hostels in either of these cities -> Venice and Zagreb? ...
Suggested accomodation in Zagreb?
Does anyone have any recommend accomodation in Zagreb? ...
Zagreb. Arrived in Zagreb at about 5am. The sun was rising over the city. Lovely. We didn’t have much time to explore as we were heading to Split in an hour then on to the Island of Hvar. Gypsies. We still had that busted up suitcase, we’ll dump it and buy a new one soon but there was no way ...
Posted in Europe 2009 by samandvic