In this post, last before my longer break, I’ve decided to present to you ten other interesting bloggers, mostly travel bloggers, that chose the city of Zagreb as the topic of their post. They are the recipients of my special Zagreb Sunshine Blogger Award. Continue reading Zagreb Sunshine Blogger Award with Top 3 most and least read Rilak’s articles
During my Zagreb city tours, when we’re passing through the street of Tkalčićeva, I sometimes hear my guests whispering “Mary Poppins, Mary Poppins…”, as we are approaching the statue in the middle of the street. Sorry to disappoint you, but that’s not Mary Poppins… Continue reading Bloody (Bridge) Mary
For this Friday, I’ve chosen a different landmark in Zagreb, one that is not so often included in the city’s “top things to see”. To be completely honest, even I rarely visit Sava during my city tours, especially when we are restrained by duration of the tour.
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
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