La guida di Zagreb con The Telegraph

La guida di Zagreb con The Telegraph
Il quotidiano britannico The Telegraph ha recentemente pubblicato una guida turistica su Zagreb (Zagabria) con informazioni utili per i viaggiatori della Gran Bretagna, dal prezzo dei taxi a quello dei migliori alberghi e ristoranti, fino a quello dei musei e delle gallerie. La guida segnala anche i link utili per reperire tutte le informazioni sulle nostre più belle città costiere e isolane, nonché per visitare la Croazia continentale.

In quattro pagine, la guida accompagna gli ospiti della capitale croata dall'aeroporto Pleso alla Piazza del Bano Josip Jelačić (Trg bana Josipa Jelačića). Nel centro della città, dietro alla piazza, scrive il giornale, si trova Dolac, “il miglior mercato cittadino dove le kumice (N.d.T pronunciato /kumitze/, sono le contadine provenienti dai dintorni di Zagreb) cercheranno di convincervi a comprare proprio il loro enorme barattolo di panna”.

La passeggiata per il Gornji grad (Città Alta) prosegue con “gustosi pranzi a buon prezzo” nei ristoranti del quartiere, mentre agli appassionati di musica, in particolare di concerti gratuiti, si consiglia di fare una passeggiata fino al gazebo di Zrinjevac. Infine, l'autore della guida ammonisce i turisti britannici che si recheranno a Zagreb di non confondersi con i nomi delle strade, i quali sulle cartine stradali hanno una definizione diversa da quella reale: la via di Pavle Radić (Ulica Pavla Radića), ad esempio, sulla cartina diventa Radićeva ulica.

La guida, pubblicata alla vigilia della pre stagione turistica, elenca i siti Internet utili per accedere a tutte le regioni turistiche della Croazia.


Ente per la promozione turistica della Città di Zagreb
www.zagreb-touristinfo.hr

The Telegraph
www.telegraph.co.uk
 
 

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