Exactly 200 years ago, a poet was born in a small village Grabrovnica, near Pitomača, two hours driving distance from Zagreb, Croatia’s capital. I had my own 19th century experience this weekend and thought “I’d rather be somewhere else, some-time else”. Continue reading I’d rather be… somewhere in the 19th century – Petar Preradovic Zagreb tour
If you’re going to Zagreb this weekend, be sure to stop by Petar Preradović Square, popularly known as Flower Square. You’ll probably stop there anyway to grab a cup of coffee, but this Saturday you will find there something else – poetry. (Za ovaj članak na hrvatskom jeziku klikni ovdje! / For Croatian click here!)
A week has passed since the last Academy Awards. That’s a nice opportunity to remember the one and only Oscar-winning film produced in Zagreb. Continue reading And the Oscar goes to… Zagreb!
Spoiler alert: “Game of Thrones” is not real. Though, I fully support using it as a way to make Croatia an interesting destination. Even I couldn’t resist to sit on THE Throne. Spoiler alert: It’s not so comfortable. Continue reading Croatia: Game of Thrones, Game of Chess
First of all, a little introduction to my email followers: Regular story comes on Friday but I have to write this post for my blogging community here. Most of you are tour guides, if I am correct, and you know that “customers are always right” (though, that can be argued). Well, here, my readers are my customers in a way… I received Versatile Blogger Award and in order to accept it I have to write this post.
This post will not be shared on my social media pages, but it will stay as my thank you note to the WordPress blogging community all around the world. I’ve been blogging for almost a month now and I can’t express with words how amazed I am by all of you. So many wonderful people here, so many inspiring stories…