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Daily Bike Tour of Zagreb
"Our guided tours start every day at 10 am and 5 pm during season (May - September) and at 10 am and 2 pm during off-season (October - April). We offer our tours rain or shine! Feel Zagreb its vibe history hidden parks and old craft shops. Imagine yourself cycling through the heart of historic Zagreb and learning about the past and present of the Croatian capital from a guide who will tell you stories share little known fun facts and let you in on many local secrets. Well
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Feel the Pulse of the City - Zagreb Walking Tour
"Meet your licensed local guide in park Zrinjevac (in front of the Music pavilion) the most beautiful park of the famous Green horseshoe of Zagreb. Get introduced with the rich history of the capital of Croatia that dates back to medieval times. We continue across the focal point of the city the Main square – ban Jelacic towards the Cathedral. The Cathedral is one of the greatest landmarks of Zagreb. Your guide will explain the origins of the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary all the difficulties it has sustained and today’s renovation. Our route takes us to vibrant Tkalciceva street or better known as ''the bar street' which always has a stream of people. We are going to talk about the philosophy of lounging and other everyd the best spot for panoramic views of Zagreb rooftops and landscape. We will not miss the new official ''kissing spot of Zagreb'' Lotrscak tower that houses the Gric cannon which is responsible for the oldest ongoing tradition of Zagreb and Saint Mark’s Church. This particular church with its picturesque rooftop is the most frequent postcard sent from Zagreb
From EUR20.00
 
Walking Tour of Zagreb and Museum of Broken Relationships Entrance
"Depart from Ban Jelačić Square nearby the Cathedral. Enjoy a sightseeing tour through the city with a professional guide where you will see great sights such as the Lotrscak tower Klovicevi Dvori the Sttrossmayer promenade Stone gate Bloody Bridge street and many other highlights of this beautiful town. After the sightseeing you will return to the starting point of your tour. In addition
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Winter sports Tips (6)

Janica Kostelić

Janica Kostelic, a skii champion, is the first Croatian sportsperson who won gold at Winter Olympics ever. In USA, Salt Lake City (2001/2002) she received gold and silver.
Janica was born in 1982 in Zagreb, Croatia. She was three when she first stepped on skiis and she started with trainings when she was 9 years old.

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canaglic
Mar 12, 2003

Skiing on Medvednica

Up there, on our mountain Medvednica, you can enjoy skiing or snowboarding, in Winter, of course. In other times of the year where there is no snow, you can enjoy hiking or simply, breath the fresh mountain air. The tracks are not long but they are well kept and skii elevators are usualy running regulary from 9am to 4pm. There are several types of tickets, half-day, day, week or others. The daily skii pass is now 150kn.

Unfortunately the legendary cable car that used to run for more than 50 years taking people up and down Medvednica, is malfuntioned seriously and no longer operating. Until the new one takes its place, you are left only with your own transportation,even if the public buses are available. However, they are not always convenient. My favorite way is of course on foot using one of the many hiking paths but with skii equipment, you don't have much choice.

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tomeek
Dec 26, 2007

Hockey at Dom Sportova

With the KHL having a new expansion, Croatia's best hockey team Medvesak Zagreb was invited into the league. So far it is an absolute thrill to watch. Many young Croatian players rise up and play against some of the best in the world. I recommend it if you are in the area.

If you would like to play hockey, there are tons of open skate and hockey experiences. I recommend having experience first. If you are a junior player Croatia is a great place to start off your career. The Croatian hockey league also has teams in Dom Sportova.

BornaH6
May 27, 2015

Ivica Kostelić

Ivica Kostelic is a skier who has long been in the shadow of his younger and excellent sister Janica, but her results are not, and can not be something to judge him by.

Ivica Kostelić is a World Cup alpine ski racer from Croatia. He specializes in slalom and combined, but is also one of the few alpine World Cup ski racers able to score points in all disciplines.

After considerable success in junior competitions, Kostelić's World Cup career has alternated between triumph and injury. His main accomplishments include a World Championship gold medal in slalom in 2003, Olympic silver medal in slalom in 2010, Olympic silver medals in combined in 2006 (traditional combined), 2010 (super combined) and 2014, as well as the overall World Cup title in 2011.

Kostelić has scored a total of 26 World Cup race victories and a total of 59 World Cup podiums during his career (as of February 2014). He won the slalom World Cup title in 2002 and 2011, and the combined World Cup title in 2011 and 2012.

Since 2008, he has finished among the top six in the overall World Cup standings each season (2008: sixth; 2009: fourth; 2010: fifth; 2011: first; 2012: fourth; 2013: fifth). He has also scored points in all disciplines each of those seasons, and his best race results (as of March 2011) are a seventh place in downhill, a second place in giant slalom, and victories in all other disciplines (11 in slalom, 1 in parallel-slalom, 2 in combined, 4 in super combined, and 1 in super-G).

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Jan 07, 2016
 
 
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FIS world cup

for the firts time ever, on 20th january, a FIS world cup is organized in Zagreb, on Sljeme. it's called 'the golden bear'. here you'll be able to see girls who are the worlds greatest skiers of today. and, of course, croatian audience will see janica kostelic, ana jelusic, nika fleiss and matea ferk preform for the first time on their field, and show the world croatian way of cheering.

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Jan 15, 2005

FIS World Cup Zagreb - Sljeme

Zagreb/Sljeme, Jan.20th.2005. - Finland's Tanja Poutiainen won her season's fourth World Cup race on Zagreb's skiing playground, a 1000-meter-high hill named Sljeme where the first ever Croatian World Cup competition took place Thursday afternoon in front of more than 20'000 excited spectators.

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"Love at first sight - Zagreb"
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"Underrated Zagreb"
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Zoo

As with many of my trips outside of the UK, I make an effort to visit the local Zoo. Some are good, some not so good and some are trying very hard to make a great experience for both animals and...
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Stone Gate - Kamenita Vrata

Stone gate was only preserved gate of fortified historical core of city. It date back from 13th century but present look was from 1760. It is popular local shrine and people take it very serious. Most...
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Sljeme Mountain

If you want to know how to get up here by public transport, then please check the separate tip unter transportation. On Sljeme you find a high TV tower, a few restaurants and you have a view to the...
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Medvedgrad

I believe I could be the first Englishman ever to make it to Medvedgrad. The tourist guide books and tips are either vague or don't appear to have been written by anyone who has actually been there....
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Botanical Gardens

A bit of a disappointment that a capital city has such a rundown botanic garden that being mentioned it has some nice flowers in-between and a little corner that was nice providing shade and benches...
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Funicular

I really wasn't in the mood to walk a long distance uphill in the heat (mid-30s C) so taking the funicular up to Gradec made perfect sense to me. A one-way trip cost me 5 kuna in August 2015, paying...
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