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    Zagreb, Central Croatia, Croatia
    Do not take a taxi! They are too expensive. Rather use buses and trams.
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    Zagreb, Central Croatia, Croatia
    Our capital...I'm not very fond of Zagreb,but it's ok,I guess.Great for shopping and education(many good schools and colleges).
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    Zagreb, Central Croatia, Croatia
    often badly marked. new thing: electronic displays showing wrong time of arrival.
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    Zagreb, Central Croatia, Croatia
    The Croatian capital has lots to see by way of museums, parks and the like... but would rather suggest spending your time on the coast, Dubrovnik upwards, hopping off at as many cities there as you can... but perhaps a couple of days at Zagreb is still worth it ... for a more East European or Balkan feel to Croatia, as against the Mediterranean feel its coast offers...
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    Zagreb, Central Croatia, Croatia
    Mimara Museum, very nice highway from Split to Zagreb
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    Velika Gorica, Central Croatia, Croatia
    Velika Gorica is a town situated in the suburbs of Zagreb, Croatia's capital, but it is the town with it's own history and personality. It is famous because of it's beautiful parks and nearby roman ruins, it has a very popular radio station and Zagreb's airport is close by. Velika Gorica is the main town of a region Called Turopolje, that gained it's name because of the Tur, it was a kind of an wild ox that use to live in that area but no longer exists.
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    Zagreb, Central Croatia, Croatia
    Zagreb's funicular may be one of the shortest at just 66 meters, but its 55-second ride (progressively more exciting the younger you are) will take you to another world, far removed from crowds of the Lower Town. The journey starts at Tomićeva Street, just off Ilica. Exit a few meters away from the Lotršćak Tower and right in front of you is the Strossmayer Promenade, offering some wonderful panoramic views over Zagreb's rooftops and extending to Kaptol and the rest of the Old Town with its restaurants and cafes.
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    Zagreb, Central Croatia, Croatia
    public transportation information on www.zet.hr
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    Zagreb, Central Croatia, Croatia
    wonderful town, very easy to get around; great history; people are kind, and jovial although it's worth it to take the time to earn their trust
    the market is one of the better ones that i visited in Europe- open air and oh so colorful- must try the fresh corn on the cob- delicious
    there's a very tasty reasonably priced restaurant on the terrace (level 1.5) just off the stairs that join the upper lower levels of the market- great place to sit and people watch, but don't expect too much from the waiters!
    if you need a break, there's a very modern comfortable movie theater at the "mall" located near the main train station

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    Zagreb, Central Croatia, Croatia
    This is Zagreb from student perspective:
    cheap, great for nightlife, clubs are working until 4 or 5. Different kind of music in every club, from Serbian to Indian :) Hostels are cheap. Zagreb is not to big city as London or Paris, but it has a lot to offer ;)
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