SummerIsHere Oficinas representativas España Rincon de prensa 2011 El británico The Telegraph ha publicado una guía de Zagreb  
 

El británico The Telegraph ha publicado una guía de Zagreb

El británico The Telegraph ha publicado una guía de Zagreb
El periódico británico The Telegraph ha publicado hace poco una guía turística de Zagreb con numerosos datos útiles para viajeros desde Gran Bretaña, como pueden ser los precios de los taxis, los mejores hoteles y restaurantes, y qué museos y galerías visitar. También ofrece direcciones web de de los mejores destinos costeros, islas y pueblos que visitar en el interior de Croacia.

La guía de cuatro páginas lleva a los visitantes de la capital desde el aeropuerto de Pleso hasta el centro de la ciudad, la plaza de Trg bana Josipa Jelačića. Justo detrás de la plaza, como indica el periódico, se encuentra Dolac, "el mejor mercado de la ciudad, un lugar donde las vendedoras le intentarán convencer de que prueben y compren su queso con nata".

El paseo por la parte antigua de la ciudad, Gornji Grad, se puede disfrutar precedido de una comida "barata y deliciosa" en los restaurantes de la zona, y los amantes de la música, es decir de los conciertos gratuitos, van a disfrutar paseando hasta el parque de Zrinjevac. Y finalmente, el autor de la guía recomienda a los turistas británicos que no se sientan confundidos porque el nombre de las calles del mapa no concuerda con el nombre de las calles en realidad: la calle de Pavao Radić en el mapa, es en realidad la calle Radićeva.

La guía se ha publicado al principio de la pretemporada turística y cuenta con numerosas páginas web útiles para todas las regiones de Croacia.


Oficina de Turismo de la ciudad de Zagreb
www.zagreb-touristinfo.hr

The Telegraph
www.telegraph.co.uk
 
 

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