EXPERIENCE COFFEE CULTURE IN ZAGREB!

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It is a ritual and an absolute must! Involves hours of sitting and socializing while sipping a cup of coffee. Male, female, elderly, and teenagers – it’s for everyone, preferably outdoors! Let’s go for coffee – does not mean you have to drink one, it means – let’s go and sit together for hours. At these coffee’s people gossip, talk about politics, make business deals, negotiate or watch sports events. So, while in Zagreb (this counts for the rest of Croatia as well), slow down, take a moment, at least an hour break and HAVE A COFFEE!

KRAPINA-ZAGORJE COUNTY A fairy tale at hand!

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There are many reasons why Krapina-Zagorje county is known as a fairy tale at hand! Greenery, fresh air, winding roads, thermal waters, numerous churches and sanctuaries, a open-air museum and numerous Medieval castles and fortifications. The County is bursting with historical, monumental and cultural heritage! Despite the urbanization process, Zagorje has managed to preserve the magic of the country life, so your traveling experience has to include wine roads, vineyards and family owned restaurants. Indulge in gastronomic pleasures of exquisite indigenous cuisine.

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RELAX in the thermal spas and enjoy modern wellness treatments

 TAKE A TRIP to the Stone Age by visiting THE KRAPINA NEANDERTHAL MUSEUM

In Desinić, late Medieval and Renaissance castle VELIKI TABOR

TRY traditional and homemade specialties such as ZAGORJE ROAST TURKEY WITH MLINCI (pasta tatters) or ZAGORJE ŠTRUKLI – cheese filled pastry in many family owned restaurants

For more information visit www.tzkzz.hr

NORTHERN IBERIANS IN ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM IN ZAGREB

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Life, death and rituals beyoond the Pyrenees!

 A wide-ranging exhibition on northern Iberians is displayed in Zagreb as a part of the European project “Archaeology and Iron Age Cultures in Europe”. More than 200 objects with accompanying texts and audio-visual facilities are displayed at the exhibition. The majority of artefacts were never displayed outside of Catalan museums, while many are now displayed for the first time in general.