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Erasmus blog Zagreb

  • Christmas Market in Zagreb

    Hello everyone, one day later! I have spoken to you quite a lot about Croatia in my other posts, in fact, I made a list with the 10 places that I consider must-see locations in the country (for anyone who still hasn't read it:...

    0 by Olivia, 2 years ago
  • Drinks and paaaaarties

    I have to recommend a few places for you to drink a coffee during the day, in Croatia drinking coffee is almost an obligation therefore, coffee culture maintains a continuous popularity in Zagreb, and may be one of the best ways to see the city is to try ‘Spica’,...

    0 by Alison, 2 years ago
  • Info for moving to Zagreb

    Hi guys, moving to Zagreb is not difficult, more than that it's easy enough, whether you're driving or using public transport. The traffic is not bad, there are enough car parks and the efficient tram system should be the model to follow by other European capitals that...

    0 by Diana, 3 years ago
  • What's there to do in Zagreb?

    What’s there to do in Zagreb? The answer to this might surprise you! Or not, it just depends on whether you’re easily surprised or not. But the answer is: No! there isn’t much to do in Zagreb, I knew that before we left for Zagreb and that’s why I only planned...

    0 by Saba, 3 years ago
  • Traveling from Budapest to Zagreb

    Travelling to Croatia from Budapest: Okay, so I came back from Croatia about a week ago, I would say it was by far one of the best trips I had ever taken. I could use up all the good adjectives in the English dictionary to describe this country and everything that it...

    0 by Saba, 3 years ago
  • Hrvatska!

    Zagreb, that small capital, full of energie, good vibes and full of hidden corners ready for you to discover. How I went to Zagreb, was by far, the most random thing I could do. By this time, in the year of 2016 (yes during my Erasmus in Hungary, a lot of adventures...

    0 by Rita, 3 years ago
  • Finally, it has arrived, eaaaating in Zagreb

    Source The post that we have all been waiting for about Zagreb has arrived, yes, it is the post of... WHERE TO EAT IN ZAGREB. I have been getting tired of exploring this aspect, this city and the light-dark that it has. Let me explain, my budget was not logically...

    0 by Evie, 4 years ago
  • The Coastline of Croatia

    Hi guys, my name is Idara-Abasi and I am Nigerian who spent the last 6 years in Europe. I am a student of the Medical University Pécs, Hungary. My first trip to Croatia was last year, spring break 2016, I went in Zagreb. It was in close proximity to Hungary so my and...

    0 by idara, 4 years ago
  • Student life in Zagreb

    One of the best things is to be a student in Zagreb. Especially if you are an exchange student living in Zagreb. Source First of all, you have to learn how to drink coffee as Croats do. Drinking one cup of coffee can last up to 4 hours. It is our way of socializing....

    0 by pppppppppppppppp, 4 years ago
  • Finding your way around Zagreb

    I first moved to Zagreb two years ago. Coming from Budapest, Lisbon and Brussels, Zagreb seemed the most small and peaceful capital in Europe. Immediately, I didn't waste time and I started discovering my way around. The language barrier was my main problem. When I...

    1 by Theresa, 5 years ago
  • Day 9 | Zagreb - the capital (quick tour around)

    The last days with Madoka. Short tour around the capital's historic center and time to say "Sayounara". With this article I finish the Croatian-Japanese adventures with Lions Club in both Japan and Croatia for the summer 2016. Day 9 Zagreb - the tour around the...

    0 by Grgo, 5 years ago
  • Back in Zagreb after Erasmus in Vienna. Short visit to the center

    I arrived back home a day and a half before and really needed a big break after everything. My bus arrived to Main bus station in Zagreb around midnight, my dad picked me up by car and went straight to me grandparents apartment at Jarun. I slept until 10 a. m. then...

    0 by Grgo, 5 years ago

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