AN AUTUMN WALK IN ZAGREB
I've flown in and out of Zagreb airport a number of times. I've taken buses out of and into Zagreb's main bus station, but until this October I confess I'd never actually visited Zagreb itself and spent time looking around the city.
Which has been my loss!
It was a short visit and dogged by the rain and wind that seem to have followed us everywhere we went in Croatia this autumn, but it was a good visit and one, if you'll pardon the pun, to whet the appetite for a return, hopefully some time in the not too distant future.
It also gave us the highlight of this visit to Croatia: the unforgettable day we spent being shown around the city.
So, many, many thanks to Davor and Iva for their hospitality and their good company: I haven't laughed so much in ages!
THE LOWER TOWN
King Tomislav Statue & Zagreb's Main Railway Station
Locomotive 125-052, Built in Budapest, Hungary, 1891
The Meteorological Post
KAPTOL & THE UPPER TOWN
AWAY FROM THE CENTRE
The Path to Bear Mountain?
END OF THE WALK