Zagreb - Croatia

Zagreb (pronounced /ˈzɑːgrɛb/) is the capital and the largest city of Croatia. Zagreb is the cultural, scientific, cinematic, economic and governmental center of the Republic of Croatia. The city's population in 2006 was 784,900 (approx. 1.1 million in the metropolitan area). It is situated between the southern slopes of the Medvednica mountain and both northern and southern bank of the Sava river at an elevation of approximately 122 m above sea level.Its favorable geographic position in the southwestern part of the Pannonian Basin, which extends to the Alpine, Dinaric, Adriatic and Panno

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tmschiff747 :

I am going to travel to Flensburg to watch the match between Flensburg and Zagreb which will be on March 16th, 2008. I wanted to know if I can go to a website or if it is just easier to show up to the venue on the day. I would really not like it to be sold it if I go all the way and then the tickets are sold out.

"google it go to "
Ryan K :
"i heard that match will be great, go to ticketmaster .ca"
"Go to the website of the arena or venue that is holing the event. Most places will have a section to purchase tickets to their upcoming events or a link to a place where you can. You might also try calling them if you find their website navigation difficult."
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Tommy TT :

I will be in Zagreb for two days at the end of the month and was curious to find good things to see and do, i have been told the zoo is good, is this correct? What else is there thats fun in the city?

Skylark :
"You should def. check out the Baroque Festival. It's this awesome music festival that runs throughout the month of July where they have performances throughout the city at beautiful, evocative places like St Catherines. Here are some of my fav experiences in Zagreb: Dolac market - go for breakfast and just soak in the hustle and bustle & cool displays. The Croatian Museum of Naive Art (that's really the name): I'm a young painter, and so I totally loooooooved this museum. Gallery of Modern Art: vibrant, interesting Tkalciceva Street: it has a ton of awesome stores & restaurants and fascinating places and cool, young ppl. Just chilling there and ppl watching is a great way to spend a couple of hours. Medvedgrad: this really cool medieval fortress St Mark's Church: it's very colorful and pretty The Botanical Garden We didn't go to the zoo.... Zagreb is a really intriguing city with a great artistic vibe, and the ppl there are cool and lovely. I think you'll have a great time on your short stay there. : )"
Tommy TT :

I will be doing some travel through Eastern Europe during the summer, I will be travelling from Prague to Bratislava to Budapest and onto Zadar in croatia, I was hoping to skip Zagreb,what is the most efficient way to travel from Budapest to Zadar? Is it possible to do without having to stop at Zagreb?

The Rugby Player :
"It depends on the type of transport you are using!!"
goxy :
"Yes, of course it's possible, it's just more off the way, depending also on how you're travelling. You could go via Belgrade, then either keep to the south and reach Zadar from the coast coming from Montenegro or opt for the western route from Belgrade and go through Bosnia. Basically, you'll be taking a detour but there are more options, and they're not taking drastically longer after all."


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Date: 2008-11-20 18:47:33

Energetic and flirtatious Neda did not give away her age, but she took us down memory lane with her voice.

Date: 2008-11-20 18:47:33

Fantastic fans

Date: 2008-11-20 18:47:33

7 November 2008, Performa mengejutkan dari Darren Bent membawa kemenangan besar Spurs atas wakil Kroasia, Dinamo Zagreb dalam lanjutan kompetisi Piala UEFA Grup D. Entah apa rahasia Redknapp yang sejauh ini telah membawa 3 kemenangan dan satu seri sensasional melawan Arsenal.
Date: 2008-11-20 18:47:33

Spurs finally smash the other side - set to rousing music - watch out for Huddlestone's belting volley from range.

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