⭐⭐ If you haven’t seen a cemetery yet, you’ll like it. ⭐⭐
One of the most important Zagreb landmarks, definitely the most impressive architectural sight, the eternal home to so many great Croatian historical personalities, a place that reflects the interculturality of the 19th century Zagreb, and the strong link of Croats with their deceased ones…. is just a cemetery, according to several reviewers eager to save the other travellers from making the same detour from the narrow city center.
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If you find yourself anywhere in Croatia at the very beginning of November, my best advice is: visit a cemetery.
As we get to know each other through future posts, you will realise that I love mysterious tales and places. But that’s not a reason for this strange recommendation. The first day of November is the All Saints’ Day. Traditionally, the majority of people visits graves of their loved ones to leave flowers and candles. The sight is absolutely magical by the evening when candle lights take over the darkness.
⭐⭐ The rooftiles are supposed to be beautiful but are really mweh. ⭐⭐
What’s the big deal with St Mark’s Church in Zagreb anyway? Can anyone notice something special about it? We’re so lucky we found this objective and eloquent review – imagine if someone made a detour to Croatia’s capital just to find it’s…mhew.
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⭐ Why waste your money when you can simply walk up? ⭐
Thanks to this wonderful one-star-review on TripAdvisor, you are bound to ask yourself the same question and hopefully not make the same mistake as this unimpressed tourist.
She definitely has a strong point there. Zagreb funicular is indeed one of the shortest railways in the world. Not to mention the price of the ticket: it’s almost a full dollar! (it’s getting there as the dollar keeps dropping.) So, take this advice seriously, save your cents and don’t bother to go for a ride!