This time, we boarded Turkish Airlines and flied to Zagreb Croatia (transited at Istanbul), total flight time is about 12 hours plus >.<
Upon arrival, we had lunch at one of the Chinese restaurant at Zagreb.
For your information, Zagreb is the largest and the capital of Croatia.
Photo taken just outside the restaurant. Temperature at Zagreb is fine, about 20'C the highest.
First tourist spot we visited right after lunch is this Ban Jelacic Square
We were standing near the plate where the local tour guide were explaining where exactly we were, and also the buildings around this square
That's the Ban Jelacic statue behind us, this place is also the central point and meeting place for many local people
Public transportation is pretty convenient as they have this city tram all around the city
That's the funicular behind us, probably the shortest cable car ride around, less than 5 minutes ;)
Here I am at the Gornji Grad (upper town).Yes that's me, wind is blowing at this upper land...
Yes that's me again xD
The nice St Marks church
There are several cafes and shops as we walked down the upper town. Having a break here is just perfect, not too hot and not too cold!
There's also a small market here which sells mostly flowers...
The next morning, we came to this square again but visited the other side of the it.
That's the Zagreb cathedral behind us
We had a few minutes walk at the open air market nearby, din't buy anything as they sell mostly vegetables, fruits and flowers
Then we took a domestic flight to another city, Dubrovnik
We came to this beautiful town, Cavtat
It's on the Adriatic sea and the surroundings are just beautiful
Welcome on board! xD
Lots of big and small boats/yachts around here
There are lots of cafes/restaurants at Cavtat, some even offer fresh seafood
Before heading to our seafood dinner, we had high tea at one of the cafe nearby
I'll want to do this again! The feeling is just nice, sipping my hot chocolate while enjoying the beautiful serene scenery
Thanks for reading and I shall continue with my travelogue next week!
Have a fruitful weekend ya all!