Hobo Bear Hostel

Meduliceva 4, Zagreb, 10000, Croatia
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Zagreb to Ljubljana, Slovenia: Buy train ticket in advance necessary?

by FreeCloud

Thanks for those of you who helped me with online train schedule/price.

We will be in in Zagreb for two days, then take a train to Ljubljana (departure mid-morning/noon) on a Wednesday. Do we need to buy the ticket in advance for the train we want to take? If yes, how many days in advance? Or we only need to buy it before we take the train? There are only 2 non-stop trains we like to take, do not want to miss the chance.

Thanks for any help!

Re: Zagreb to Ljubljana, Slovenia: Buy train ticket in advance necessary?

by K_V_B

I've bought tickets for Zagreb - Ljubljana in Zagreb minutes before the train left. It's usually not a problem. Trains aren't like planes. If you want peace of mind (you never know if there's going to be a queue at the ticket office) just buy your ticket when you arrive in Zagreb. The 9 and 13 o'clock trains don't have compulsory reservation, so a ticket for the right date will be valid on both.

Travel Tips for Zagreb

Hidden treasure just waiting 4 you

by EliRetamoza

I went to Croatia knowing nothing about the country or what to expect. "Where is Croatia, anyway?"

But i went there and i love it now!! The whole country has a lot great places to visit, great landmarks and Castles. But the very best about Croatia is the Croatian people. They are very warm and funny!!

Am i going to Croatia again? Sure i am, i wish i could stay there for a couple of years!!! Zagreb is the safest city i've been. You can walk in the middle of the night feeling incredibly safe!!

As i live in a desert region i find Zagreb's weather wonderful!!

But the thing I miss the most is going out for some beers with my friends to the pubs around main square and the places around Jarun!!

Blue fountain

by tomeek

This place has no historical, architectural or any other big significance. You won't see the toruists around admiring or filming it, more likely, you will see children playing around and people sitting and relaxing. But this place is very dear to me, its right there below my room window! A small fountain in the park near the place where I live. Zagreb is otherwise known by its lovely fountains as you will see later!

Trg bana Josipa Jelacica

by montezaro

This Austro-Hungarian styled square is the true centre of the city and presents the visual of the town that will stay with you. There's a phenomenal variety of cafes, shoping, feeding and people watching. It's named for the impressive sculpture it is hoke to, that of Count Jelacic, his deadly steed and a sword so pointy and sharp that it could easily poke your eye out. Our count's image has inspired a number of political outbursts: in 1947 it was dismantled and chucked into a corner somwhere because leaders found it overly nationalistic. The year 1990 brought it back into its current place, this time leaders believing it perfectly nationalistic.

...learn a little bit of...

by ana.gsm

...learn a little bit of zagreb's history...
So, let's start now!
Today's Zagreb has grown out of two medieval settlements that developed on neighbouring hills for cenuries:Kaptol & Gradec.
The first mention of the city dates from 1094, while in 1242 neighbouring Grades was proclaimed a free and royal city by Hungarian king Bela IV.
During the Turkish onslaughts on Europe, between 14th and 18th centuries Zagreb was an important border fortress...
Kaptol & Gradec and the surrounding settlements were administratively combined into the integrated city of Zagreb in 1850.

Don't miss Upper Town

by zrim

A great neighborhood to stroll around. See people enjoying themselves at outdoor cafes. The open-air market is fun and there are many small shops hidden throughout the narrow streets that will keep the shoppers busy. Personally, I enjoyed drinking a beer in the near 20 degree (70 F)late November afternoon.

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