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  • The home of Dragons - Zagreb.

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  • Zagreb
    Zagreb
    You get the gist. Our next destination turned out to be "What happens in Zagreb, Stays in Zagreb" :P As an extended version of our Europe trip, let's find the best of Zagreb! Going by train, admiring the view along the way, we reached. And it was fun. :D
  • Downtown
    Downtown
    So we were just in time for the "Špica"as they call it. It happens on Saturday mornings when people get around and tend to do everything they didn't do all week in the range of the couple of streets downtown looking their best. And what's the highlight of Špica? The coffee.
  • Cogito Coffee Shop
    Cogito Coffee Shop
    The super amazing coffee!
    Remember how I told you about the highlight of Špica being coffee? Yea. So. Coffee is not just a drink in Zagreb. It's the old age tradition at work. And boy! It's gooood! A shopkeeper in Bogovićeva told us about Cogito and the amazing coffee it serves. And I'm glad he did!
  • Zagreb
    Zagreb
    Check the timings of the church.
    Sitting in St. Catherine's Church, listening to the chorus' soothing hymn was a very fulfilling experience. The fine baroque church has medallions of the 18th century depicting the life of St Catherine on the ceiling of the nave. The gothic facade gleams with radiance. *Wow*
  • Zagreb
    Zagreb
    Zagreb is the city full of reptiles and medieval statues of snakes and dragons abound.  Roaming around the streets near the old city gate we came across the statue of St. George, the dragon slayer. It is the history of the kind that gives you chills. *Creepy*
  • Zagreb
    Zagreb
    Stand at that yellow spot! :D
    Eating the delicious street delicacies of Zagreb, we reached City Center. And who wouldn't love a place when such is the view? The huge whale done by French artist called Etien' literally seems to be alive and swimming if looked at from the special marked spot in front of it.
  • Dolac Market
    Dolac Market
    Don't forget to try the local food culture. After all, that's the true essence of any place we venture to. There are alot many flavours to try with the perfect blend of German-influenced dishes into the paprika-infused Hungarian delicacies. And I absolutely loved the food!
  • Zagreb
    Zagreb
    Exploring a new place is best done through the local way. Take a bus, probably a public transport ride, explore the less explored area of the city more than the "tourist places!" Riding in the trademark blue tram made me fall in love with Zagreb's cultural landscape. :)
  • Vinotéka Wine-bar
    Vinotéka Wine-bar
    Wine! :D Go for the ones recommended.
    A trip to Zagreb is incomplete without wine tasting at Vinoteka. It serves the best tasting wines. The owner and his wife were really hospitable people and had vast knowledge of the wine scene in Croatia. We also ate a cheese and charcuterie platter and it was delicious!
  • Zagreb
    Zagreb
    The small city is easy enough to be covered on foot and surprises you at every step. So we woke up in the morning to witness the city turn into a stage for fashion enthusiasts. Strolling towards the Cathedral, we came across this band of locals singing marvellousy. *Beautiful*
  • Zagreb Cathedral
    Zagreb Cathedral
    So we arrived at the twin towers of the city. And trust me when I say, whether you are a casual traveler or a connoisseur of history, the subtle details in every building across the city is bound to keep you enthralled at every step. You don't seem to get enough of the beauty.
  • Kallina House
    Kallina House
    One of the finest example of secessionist style street architecture built, Kallina House is a historic residential building of Zagreb. And we couldn't keep our eyes off it. The intricate patterns on the curving semblance looked extraordinary. *Marvellous architect*
  • Zagreb
    Zagreb
    Perched on the edge of Upper Tower, this place is called Strossmayer. And boy! Could I see the whole city from there! There were food vendors, small booths selling jewellery, artwork, and Croatian souvenirs along the promenade. It was utterly beautiful. Cute lil setting.🖤
  • Zagreb
    Zagreb
    The love for cats here.
    There was something about cats at the place. Croatia has a thing about cats. The cute creatures were everywhere, dozing in sunbeams and begging for scraps from people. Gorščica was a beautiful mountain house which offered a place to cuddle with cats in peace and quiet. *Aw*
  • Zagreb
    Zagreb
    This sweet lil city certainly was a very fascinating one. There was just something about the churches here which made me feel so connected. The cats, the cute lil setting of the promenade, and the blue trams; how could one not love this city?

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