A walk in Zagreb
Small street in the old part of town
Upper city walking route
Institute of history
St. George statue in front of Kamenita vrata (The Stone gates, old entrance to the upper city)
Tagged: taking a break, walk, Zagreb
Oooh I love this ! Thanks Ines . And do I spy a bunch of geraniums around St. George?
I will have to trust you on the flowers as my knowledge of anything botanical is seriously limited. 🙂
Next time you’re near St. George, rub the leaves of those plants between your fingers. It is not the blossoms of the geranium that smells good, it’s the leaves. And it’s very very nice!
Thank you! 🙂 I’ll do that.
Love your cathedral spires! And oh to see blue sky again…it is dull, cold and rainy here…
Well, I think you just sent your weather over here. 🙂
We had a storm last night and now it’s raining still. Turns out that that is the forecast for the whole summer – rainy mixed with sunny periods.
So, so pretty! All those gorgeous red flowers. And I did spy a few spots I visited. 🙂 That makes me happy.
I did walk the most visited tourist parts (and met a lot of them on the way, not that you can see that by the photos).
Your city is very beautiful, Ines. Your photos definitely made me feel like I was taking a walk in Zagreb. Wish I was there today, taking one with you.
I would have loved having you beside me. 🙂