- published: 09 Feb 2011
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Think trams. These are what you'll be riding much of the time. Zagreb's residents move about using an efficient network of blue trains, buses, and trams which take them everywhere from the suburbs to cross-town. Travelers can pay per ride or per month, by paper ticket, or by phone...so long as they prove it during the random control. Cars share the road with tracks downtown, but separated rails let trams beat traffic outside of the center. The world's shortest funicular is also tucked into the system. Though it will only cost you a minute and save you a flight of stairs, the popular and smooth-running funicular is representative of the top-notch attitude that Zagreb takes towards public transportation. If you are an expatriate, you will definitely enjoy our city guide videos http://www....
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Part 2 of our journey between Germany and Italy by train. A day train from Zagreb to Split in Croatia. We used the excellent information on the Man at Seat Sixty One website when we planned the trip. The tickets cost €32 Euro each (£27 GBP) The trip was scheduled to take six and a half hours but it ended up about 90 minutes late. When we got on the train at Zagreb the conductor tried to explain that we would have to alight in the mountains and use a bus service between station as there were track works further down the line (the message was lost in translation but we soon found out what she meant!). The bus took about 60 minutes and then we boarded another train for the final part of the journey to Split.
Day 3 of the Railway Touring Company (RTC) “Steam in the Former Yugoslavia” tour. We board our coach and head for Zagreb the Capital of Croatia, an ancient city with a history dating from the Roman times. We are joined by a guide for an escorted our walking tour of the old town to see some of the ornate buildings and statues that make the city a popular tourist destination. The city has a substantial tram network and a funicular railway. We head for the station to catch a train to Vinkovci from where we continue by coach to Lukavac, Bosnia.
Part 1 of our journey between Germany and Italy by train. A trip from Munich to Zagreb on the night train. We used the excellent information on the Man at Seat Sixty One website when we planned the trip. The tickets cost £58.50 GBP (€68.92) and the journey took about nine and a half hours. We bought the tickets online using bahn.de. The train travels through Austria and Slovenia before crossing the border to Croatia. During the night the train is split up and some portions travel to Budapest so you better not go wandering about! The engine that pulled us out of Munich was a different engine attached when we reached Zagreb. We slept obliviously through any decoupling although I do remember some heavy braking waking me up twice. We slept in a six berth cabin. My partner and I shar...
mix 3 TV. NEWS 8.11.2013 . 160 ton transformer manufactured in Zagreb,which has cost 1,5 million dollars ,and transportation with the plane(2-3 days with more downtime) would cost 2 million dollars,because the client receives 150.000 dollars a day the use the transformer, and cheaper transport ship would take 40 days to the island Cebu (though much cheaper) .Video in 3min. and 54sec. shows 2 the ship travel largest class( costa cruises and celebrity cruises) in the port of dubrovnik 2013.
An overnight train journey to Zagreb in Croatia by modern Croatian sleeping-car. The journey is from Zurich (depart 20:40) to Zagreb (arrive 10:55), but an identical sleeping-car operates from Munich (depart 23:40) to Zagreb (arrive 08:53) from which you'll see the same wonderful scenery between Ljubljana and Zagreb along the River Sava - who says you don't see anything from sleeper trains?! Both these trains have connections from London by Eurostar & from Paris by TGV, see http://www.seat61.com/Croatia
Zagreb is the capital of the Republic of Croatia, an old Central European town. For centuries it has been a focal point of culture and science, and now of commerce and industry as well. It lies on the intersection of important routes between the Adriatic coast and Central Europe. Zagreb's main station Glavni Kolodvor is the central railway station in Zagreb and the largest railway station in Croatia. It is located in the center of Zagreb, on King Tomislav Square. The construction of the building was started in 1890 and it was officially opened in 1892 .. The project for the building was made by Hungarian architect Ferenc Pfaff. There are several trains per day connecting Zagreb with the major cities of Rijeka, Osijek and Split, plus regular local services from towns in the surrounding re...
trams in front of Glavni kolodvor in Zagreb city
Tranport transformatora težine 136T. Prijevoz cestovnim ramovima na relaciji Zagreb Končar PT-zračna luka Pleso, pretovar transformatora sa prijevoznog sklopa autodizalicama AC200-1 i AC250 i utovar na Antonov AN225 „Mriya". Zračni transport Zagreb-Cebu, Filipini.
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After a wonderful breakfast, I took the train from Belgrade Serbia to Zagreb Croatia. Learn how to leave a country with zero local currency and how to use the Schwab checking account ATM card to withdraw money with zero ATM fees! Seven Grey is a nomadic minimalist who is wandering the world. You can follow his travels at the following links: personal blog: www.sevenwanderstheworld.com world view philosophy: www.7ism.com youtube channel: http://bit.ly/2aC7LqG facebook page: http://bit.ly/2ahitFr Subscribe to my travel newsletter: http://eepurl.com/hgm0w Gear: Nikon S6900 GoPro Session 4 Video edited with iMovie on MacBook Air 13 Credits: Music from Jukedeck - create your own at jukedeck.com