From late April until the beginning of October the city streets and squares will once again come to life as the Zagreb Time Machine starts again. This event shows Zagreb as it once was and what it is like today. Continue reading Zagreb Time Machine
How to #beactive and explore #Zagreb at the same time? Try #running or jogging #citytour in the capital of #Croatia!
My travel & tourism story goes way back to my university times and although I had successfully worked in other fields, somehow my path always turned me back to big T. Continue reading Running, jogging and walking tours in Zagreb
Ok, you will probably ask why is this so important to know about Croatia? If you are not a runner this information will perhaps be unimportant, but still, news like this don`t come so often. So what about this?
Last weekend in Winschonten, small town in Netherlands, the IAU 100km World and European Championships took place. It is something that happens every year but this year`s championship was full of excitement for Croats. Our national ultra running team went there with 4 of 5 our best women. Yes, only five, because from 4 mil people that live in Croatia only this few running-lovers are crazy enough to run 100 km (or 24 hour race!)
Ako ne znate gdje bi se proveli sve one produžene vikende koji su pred nama, predlažem da razmislite o svježini Gorskog kotara.
Baš tamo u Delnicama 27.6. 2015. održava se nulto izdanje treking i trail utrke Ultra Trail Kvarner. S obzirom da su tri natjecateljske dužine 14,25 i 45 km, svatko se može pridružiti i uživati u prirodi.
Trkač ili netrkač, sasvim je ne bitno jer dovoljno je dođete i hodate i uživate! Osim utrke, organizator priprema i druge zanimljivosti i događanja već od petka pa do nedjelje, a moći ćete se okupati i gradskom bazenu i tako osvježiti. Sigurna sam da to nije sve pa stoga zavirite na službene stranice i prijavite se.
Svi detalji na: http://utk-trail.com/
Visitig Zagreb? Do you want to see more? I suggest visiting Samobor, 15-minute ride west from Zagreb.
This weekend (13-14th Sept) you can enjoy Honey days of Samobor, and enjoy not just in view, in exploring city but also you will enjoy in gastronomy delights.
Samobor’s citizens and local caterers contributed to the city’s gourmet reputation by finding the right balance between the heritage and novelties which have inevitably entered their menus. With time, some of those novelties have also become a part of the tradition and are nowadays associated with the Samobor area.
Today, there is no tourist or visitor to Samobor who has left without trying a kremšnita (a custard slice) and homemade specialties, asking for the local salami, češnofka (a garlic-flavoured sausage), muštarda (a grape mustard sauce), having a glass of bermet (a red wine, fruit and herbs aperitif) or eating a krafna (a jam doughnut) during shrove-tide…
Feeling hungry? Then, see you in Samobor!
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