Hotel Martini

Sesvetska cesta, Sesvete, Zagreb, 10360, Croatia
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Several hours in Zagreb

by jonathanbarker

Dober dan, My friend and I are travelling through Croatia and eventually want to end up in Split. Our journey from Ljubljana will be by train and I think we'll be arriving about midday.

We would like some advice, about how best to spend a few hours in this city as we believe there is an overnight train onward to Split.

Last year another friend was travelling through Croatia between Budapest and Ljubljana and had a stop in Zagreb and said what a wonderful place it was.

It would be nice to meet some local people, and receive some local advice on where we could have a good inexpensive CROATIAN meal in the city.

Puna hvala
Perhaps there are walking tours?

What are the trains like going to Split, will we need to book?

Re: Several hours in Zagreb

by CyberCroat

Hope it’s not too late for a respond.

Arriving from Ljubljana, you will come to the very center of Zagreb, the railway central (Glavni kolodvor). Zagreb is not a big city and you can tour it on food. Anyway, you’ll see the Cathedral towers right after you exit the station, walk that way (cca 10 min walk). Once you get to the main square (Trg bana Jelacica) you’ll see the Tourist Info Center there – go inside and get a free walking map and… well, walk ;)

See the area around central square, Cathedral, go Upper Town (Gornji Grad with St Mark church), go back down and walk to Croatian National Theatre area. Sit down in Tkalciceva Street or Cvjetni trg (Flower Square) for a beer of coffee, do some people watching. That should keep you busy.
Eating options: Stari Fijaker (Mesnicka St), Didov san (Upper Town, Mletacka St), Vallis Aurea (Tomiceva St). All these places are very close to the main square.

No need to book in advance your train.

Travel Tips for Zagreb

The Beer Hunt Zagreb!!!

by Cabana_Boy

Wherever you go, whatever you do, sampling the local Pivo is definite must.

What do the locals drink, what beer is most popular, which beer is hardest to find, does it come in a half pint glass just like grandma used to drink…or better still, a full pint glass like I drink??? These are all good questions that need to be answered...

Croatia has many examples of good brews and I did my best to sample as many as possible and retest the ones I did sample many times over…Ozujsko and Karlovacko were both excellent beers as fresh as mother’s milk.

Igauna Cafe. Sadly I don't...

by mountainpoet

Igauna Cafe. Sadly I don't know the street it was on but just ask anyone that looks cool. It's run by an Australian/Croatia couple, who were very welcoming and great to talk - although also pretty busy. Our friend, who lives in Zagreb said, its the best coffee in Zagreb.

Architecture in Zagreb


Zagreb is packed with architectural interesting sights and buildings. Among the most famous are the two Neo-Gothic bell towers, the Romanesque Lotrscak Tower or the various architectural styles of the buildings surrounding Jelacic Square.
Near the train station are a few more amazing buildings, including the Art-Nouveau style Hotel Esplanade which was built in 1925.

The Pretty Girl...

by coceng

Well, the pretty girl that I had fun with on the night bus from Zagreb to Dubrovnik !
It was fun ! The uncomfortable thing was other passengers were also curious about us !
I put her to sleep a few times, now that was not easy...on a moving bus !

The Streets of Zagreb

by antistar

One of the most pleasant things you can do in Zagreb is to just wander the streets. There is such a variety of styles and architecture, from the narrow medieval streets of on the hills of Gradec, the more open spaces of Kaptol with its views of the old houses on Gradec's hill, and the wide open and tree lined boulevards of Lower Zagreb, and all its beautiful turn of the century buildings.


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