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…
So a friend asked me: “How come you still have work? I thought tour guides are a thing of the past… Now all the information is available online, why would I need you?” Continue reading Full-time tour guide asking travel bloggers: Am I “dead” to you?
Wow… the Zagreb Cathedral. So much history, so much different artistic styles in one place: medieval and revived Gothic, casino’s chandeliers, a touch of Baroque… Wait… what? Casino’s chandeliers? Continue reading Zagreb: Lights for poker players and silent prayers
This is my first post on this blog about Zagreb and it seems a little bit strange to start at the very end, with Zagreb central cemetery called Mirogoj. I’m not particularly fond of graveyards (who is?), though, when I have longer Zagreb city tours, I enjoy seeing the faces of my guests when I tell them that our next stop would be the cemetery. However, Mirogoj is an architectural wonder and one of the most beautiful cemeteries in Europe.
Continue reading Zagreb City Tour: Cemetery, opera, chocolate