Hotel Nas Dom

Ave Dubrava 176, Zagreb, 10400, Croatia
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hotel information

by mariayusrina

Need a help for hotel information in zagreb near the center of the city or not far from the center of the city..Not very expensive but clean and comfort...budget not more than 100 euro...Thanks before...

Any experience staying in Ilica hotel..please share

Thanks a lot...

Maria

Re: hotel information

by Durfun

Hi, The Esplanade (5 star) was 130 EUR a night in 2007. It's a gorgeous hotel though.

However there are many more hotels, eg Palace Hotel, Hotel Dubrovnik (very good value & central), etc.

Suggest you check them out at www.hotels.com & pick one that offers the amenities you are after.

Good luck

Re: hotel information

by Redang

Have a look at Bestwestern, close to any spot.

Re: hotel information

by mariayusrina

thanks a lot for the information...

Re: hotel information

by Redang

The hotel I'm talking about is Best Western Astoria, Petrinjska, 71; if you book in advance, you can get good deals.

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by Redang

And I forgot: www.bestwestern.com

Re: hotel information

by mariayusrina

thanks mr redang, I'll look at the website..

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by Redang

You are welcome, and enjoy!

Travel Tips for Zagreb

constant changes

by willy_wonka

every time i return to zagreb, it has changed more and more. i was most shocked on my last visit to see these beautiful new flashy glass buildings, which literally feel like they have sprung up from nowhere! as croatia continues to grow economically and touristically, i am sure that more changes like this will occur. whether you love it or hate it, its inevitable that zagreb, and croatia on the whole, is getting busier and busier. every time i return there are new buildings, new 'hypermarkets', new freeways, new hotels etc etc etc.

when will it end? who knows. all i do know is that i cherish the zagreb, and croatia, from years ago. the quiet times, the less built up times. the less touristic times.

change is inevitable though....

Memory From Zagreb...

by coceng

This was NOT in Zagreb !
This photo was taken by me, the inland view of Croatia... as we approaching the Dalmatia Coast ! It was taken from the night bus that I took from Zagreb the previous night, reaching the area in the following early morning...
This was also my first glimpse of what Dubrovnik could offer me ! More amazing views...

Zagreb, the capital of...

by Kamen_mali

Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, developed from the medieval settlements of Kaptol and Gradec, and is located at the foot of the Medvednica mountain. In the second half of the 20th century, it crossed the river and became a metropolis.
Today, it seems that Zagreb consists of three towns in one: the Upper town – with the enchanting peace and quiet of past times; the Lower town (lively as the biggest European business centres) and New Zagreb – reminding one of a huge exhibition of contemporary architecture and urbanism.
All period of Zagreb’s history left traces in the architecture, in the sacral and secular monuments, and in the design of streets, squares and parks.

Trg Bana Josipa Jelacica

by croisbeauty

See the night-time picture of Bana Josipa Jelacica Square. The picture was taken at 2 past midnight.
At any time of the night you can meet some people here, mostly weaiting for the late tram and reach their home.
In the hot summer nights you can seat here sipping your buse if any left and waiting the day light to appears.

A bit about the historical background of the city

by polardabar

The old parts of Zagreb (Gornji Grad) have gotten the official proclamation which made it a Free Royal City in 1242 from King Bela IV. Nevertheless the Zagreb parish has existed since as far as 1094, but some say that the city itself is a lot older. It has been the capital of Croatia since 1557 which enabled it to save much of its medieval city.

The whole now-a-day center is practically the old city. When you go to the cathedral, there are towers around it that were a part of a big wall which separated two powerful cities at that time - Kaptol & Gradec.

During centuries Croatia was ruled by everyone from the Venetians, Osmans, Hungarians, Austrians & all those, which I believe one can sense in the mentality of the people. But we finally got our independence in 1991 - for a price though... During the war (1991-1994) Zagreb luckily didn't suffer as much as other Croatian cities (like Vukovar), so the recovery went pretty fast.

This is the Zagreb that I know.

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