If not for other reasons I am in particularly grateful for joining to VT because this membership have teach me to walk the streets of my hometown with open eyes. It is completely new sensation, now I... more
The chapel of Jesus in Wounds (crkva Ranjenog Isusa) is situated on a field, near Zagreb airport. It was built and furnished by the widow of the nobleman Ladislav Plepelić in 1758.
The chapel is... more
When you are in Zagreb, there is no way not to notice our big natural protector from the North, a homeland of Zagreb if you like it, the mountain Medvednica with its top Sljeme. With Jarun, it is also... more
Zagreb's Mirogoj Cemetery is seen as one of the most beautiful cemeteries in Central Europe.
I visited the place together with VT member diocletianvs (Niksa). He told me many interesting stories... more
Jarun is a large recreational and sports oasis just outside Zagreb's city centre. It is especially popular on weekends when both locals and visitors come here for a walk.
The area consists of two... more
ZAGREB, AGRAM, ZAGABRIA, three different names for the same place called home.
Zagreb is the city you just have to know better, it has a thousand faces, great historical heritage and the exceptional...
My first and last stops in Croatia were in Zagreb. When I originally sat down to plan my itinerary, I hadn't planned to spend any real time in Zagreb. I was only going to rush through the airport on...
I've lived here my whole life and [as every city] it has its pros & cons, but it all depends, I guess... Sometimes you're simply fed up with the traffic & the ppl., but sometimes [although rarely,......