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Arriving in Zagreb from Slovenia

by visitcebu

Hi all, I wanted to ask some advice on how to get to Zagreb from Ljubjlana, Slovenia.

Is it cheaper and faster with the train or the bus? Are there many trips in one day?

What are the best areas in Zagreb city center can one stay would you recommend to stay?

If you have any recommendations to websites to pensions/hostels or B&B's which is less than 50 Euros per night, that would be great!

Thank you for the help!

Re: Arriving in Zagreb from Slovenia

by angiebabe

We drove our way around and had a great time - see so much more from a car and of course so much more convenient for getting to sights and sites - eg up to Bled and the roman city outside Split - some of our accommmodations were by turning up at a big hotel and, Split for example, talking to locals who worked there who knew people who had apartments for rent and we stayed in a lovely nonexpensive apartment on the coast.

Re: Arriving in Zagreb from Slovenia

by angiebabe

Hi again, plus Ive sent you an email about the checking out the Lonely Planet and Rough Guide guidebook range that are good to have on hand for their accommodation recommendations too.

Re: Arriving in Zagreb from Slovenia

by visitcebu

Thank you so much for the information!

Re: Arriving in Zagreb from Slovenia

by cachaseiro

i would certinly opt for the train there.
they are nice and frequent and generally not that expensive.
i have taken the train several times over the years and prefer that as the train stations in both ljubljana and zagreb are located in the center of town.

Re: Arriving in Zagreb from Slovenia

by alan1972

I'd go for the train on this one, it is reasonably frequent, no need to book in advance, and it's a nice trip alongside the Sava River. Plus as a previous poster said Zagreb train station is more central than the bus station.

Re: Arriving in Zagreb from Slovenia

by loonytoon01

Hi! There's actually no buses to Zagreb anymore, there're several trains a day. As for the hostels- do book ahead as I'm constantly talking to people who can't get a room once they arrive these days (& that's only a recent phenomena in Zagreb). Krovovi grada (www.rooms-zg.com, Nokturno (www.nokturno.hr) , Fulir Hostel are very central; Dizzy Daisy, Buzzbackpackers, Hostel Ravnice, Hobbo Bear, Carpe Diem are within the wider area (reachable by bus/ tram 15-20min; public transport- safe& runs day& night)). B&Bs don't really exist, yet. Or you can check Zagreb Tourist info site (http://www.zagreb-touristinfo.hr/?l=e). Hope this helps.

Travel Tips for Zagreb


by roza_hr

The official site of the Zagreb Tourist Board is an excellent starting point in finding all the relevant information and useful tips about Zagreb. The site is updated on a daily basis and brings a comprehensive list of hotels, restaurants, theatres, museums, galleries, pubs and clubs, together with facts and figures and the brief history of Zagreb, the weather forecast and up-to-date information about cultural and other events in Zagreb and the surrounding area. If you're not sure when is the best time to visit Zagreb, this site will undoubtedly be of great help.

Of course, visit the Old town...

by tanguito

Of course, visit the Old town of the city, and inside there the St Mark Church. Croatian people is very friendly, I like them all, specially my little sister Sanja, who was my tour guide and loyal friend. Many many many thanks (hvala lepo) to her and Ivan her boyfriend, who supported me and made the things there more easier and pleasant for me, they helped me a lot (mnogo mnogo!).


by Daja123

Kaptol brings us back to the name of Zagreb. The town was mentioned for the first time in writing in 1094, in a charter issued by King Ladislas I by which he founded the Zagreb Bishopric.
The area of Kaptol is dominated by the Cathedral of the Assumption of Virgin Mary and St. Stephen. There was an oldest church here in King Ladislas' time, as well as a Romanesque cathedral which was badly damaged during the invasion of the Tartars.
The present look of the cathedral dates back at the beginning of the 20th century. Invaluable treasures are stored in the Cathedral Treasury, dating from the founding of the Zagreb Bishopric in the 11th century.

Zagreb - St. Marks Church

by Martin_S.

Hrvojka took us for a walk around the old town of Zagreb and one of the spots we came across is the St. Marks Church here in St.Marks Square. It was built in the 13th century. The roof tiles (only applied during the 19th century) on the left depict the coat of arms of the Kingdom of Croatia, Dalmatia and Slavonia and the right show coat of arms of the city of Zagreb.

Taizé Info

by polardabar

For those of you know something about Taizé, this will be nice news! It was decided that the European / World meeting for New Year's 2006 / 2007 will take part in Zagreb!

The preparations are already slowly starting, people are gathering together & thinking of the solutions to make it all work out. These meetings tend to attract a lot of people [dozens of thousands actually!], so we really have to prepare it as nice as possible...

For more info, visit my Taizé page! Maybe this makes some of you come to Zagreb, after all it's a good enough reason! ;)


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