Zagreb Off The Beaten Path

  • Kurija Matije Stoklasa
    Kurija Matije Stoklasa
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  • Kurija Tome Kovacevica
    Kurija Tome Kovacevica
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  • Kaptol 1, kurija Petar Puc
    Kaptol 1, kurija Petar Puc
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Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Zagreb

  • 1. Sljeme

    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...

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  • 2. Novi Zagreb&surroundings

    Kumrovec, the birth place of Josip Broz Tito, is turned into an Ethno-village. It is situated on the banks of the Sutla river, a place where you can become acquainted with the architectural and...

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  • 3. Strolling & shooting

    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...

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  • 4. The cemetaries

    We walked to Mirogoj Cemetery from the old town. It was quite a long way and took around 35 to 40 minutes. You can also get here by bus. The cemetery is surrounded by domed walls covered with green...

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  • 5. Jarun

    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...

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  • 6. Statue near Market Place Zagreb

    I found this statue near the market place in Zagreb, but I am not sure what it depicts. Two of the men in it are prisoners and look injured or dying, one is...

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  • 7. Statue of Marija Juric Zagorka

    On Tkalciceva in Kaptol we noticed a statue of a prim looking lady holding an umbrella. All around her were bars and cafes. To us she looked rather like Mary...

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  • 8. Kaptolska kurija - Kaptol nr. 2

    Curia are actually the residences of high-ranking priests in the hierarchy of national congregations. Such residences are located very close to the Cathedral....

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  • 9. Kaptolske kurije

    Kurija (from Latin "curia") is summary name for the buildings which are property of the catholic church. The name derives from "Curia Romana", which is the body...

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  • 10. Manneken Pis?

    It almost could be said that Zagreb has its own Manneken Pis, which isn't that famous as the one in Brussels. I am joking, of course, this is sculpture by A....

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  • 11. Veliki Tabor

    Veliki Tabor; is the ancient fortress of the Ratkay Counts from the fifteenth century. This Gothic/Renaissance structure emanates the tragic fate of Veronika of...

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  • 12. Kalina House

    Right at the corner of Gunduliceva and Masarykova street stands this beautiful house, known also as Kalina House. It is the first house in Zagreb built in the...

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  • 13. day trip to Ljubljana (by train)

    It is quite feasible to take a day trip to Ljubljana by train. Journey time is just over 2 hours for 142 km.With the summer 09 timetable you could leave Zagreb...

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  • 14. Natural Park Medvednica

    In the hills or mountains behind Zagreb there are lots of hiking paths and little towns. If you have excess time you may want to consider visiting Medvegrad and...

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  • 15. Sv. Josipa church

    I saw this church from the tram when I took the picture. One day when I walked by I visited it. There are continously worshipping people going in. The actual...

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  • 16. Stone head

    On the corner of the house at number 8 is the head of Matija Gubec, the leader of the great peasent uprising against feudal lords in 1573. According to legend...

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  • 17. just relax

    This is my favourite park...On a beautiful day like this one you can just sit on the bench and look at the people around you...old ladies talking, couples...

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  • 18. Zagreb growing

    In last two years, some parts of Zagreb got a completely new look. Old buildings tored down, new business and living buildings growing, new shopping centres...

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  • 19. Brilliant little cafe.

    OK, I have to be perfectly honest, your chances of finding this place as a traveller to Zagreb are fairly remote. It is nothing remarkable, yet for me, it...

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  • 20. Cibona Tower

    I assume the city is in constant changing, some for good and some maybe not so good. Anyhow, not only old city buildings and churches but also new modern...

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  • 21. castle in Samobor

    When you find your way to Samobor, don't miss the castle I mentioned; although it's quite devastated, it's an amazing experience just to climb and walk around...

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  • 22. Samobor

    Samobor is a nice little place just some 15 km away from Zagreb... It's a complete contrast, peaceful and serene, a real place to relax, eat something and...

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  • 23. Medvedgrad

    A beautiful castle somewhere in the middle of Medvednica, this is the place most of the people don't reach, because it's really hard to go there... It takes a...

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  • 24. Traditional dishes from...

    We belive food is an artform and locals apply this philosophy to both its preparation and the way to eat it. You will hear the term "slow-food" incorporated in...

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  • 25. Miljana; is an example of the...

    Miljana; is an example of the love and care given to the preservation of historical heritage. It was carefully renewed and enriched with a valuable...

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