Non-touristy, uncommon, incomparable

Bus to Zagreb, München

Normally I try to travel to nearby countries by train. But this time I chose to go by long-distance bus the first time of my life. I went to the Hackerbrücke in München, the bus terminal of the Bavarian capital. I took an IC Bus from Deutsche Bahn that was not really comfy and I didn’t get too much sleep. But therefore I arrived in the early morning at the bus terminal of Zagreb (Agram) and could immediatly start to explore the capital city of Croatia.

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Trg svetog Marka

Parliament, Zagreb

You can reach the upper town Gradec in Zagreb by walking over from Kaptol (including some stairs to take; have a break at one of the bars in Ulica Ivana Tkalčića) or by the funicular bringing you to Lotršcak tower. From there it is a short walk to the main square: St. Mark’s square (Trg svetog Marka). The building with the multicoloured roof is St. Mark’s church (Crkva svetog Marka).

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