Today is celebrated as the City of Zagreb Day, so I’ve decided to share a couple of photos of Zagreb I got in the last couple of months. If you’re a reader that understands Croatian, check the website Lice Grada where you can find many interested articles and photographs of Zagreb.
You can read the intro in the announcement post about this Renault Talisman Grandtour Initiale and I should publish this before the next winter comes! So, without further ado, here are the images without any descriptions.
Last weekend, on Saturday, my friends and I decided to go to the Queen’s Well, which is well known among the people who live in Zagreb as a popular place on the Medvednica hill. It takes about an hour (we walked around 45 minutes) of walking after you park your car. Since I usually don’t take
Ok, I know that I’ve already announced that the AutoIQ Magazine is finished and there won’t be any more interesting cars for me to test, but that doesn’t mean that I don’t have a couple of cars “saved” and prepared to be published. One of those cars is the Nissan Juke Nismo RS, which I’ve
On December 9th, I made one of my favorite posts of the year, I escaped from the cloudy Zagreb to the top of the Medvednica hill where I enjoyed the sun, so I thought about doing something similar. I went on Google and saw that the Sljeme (peak of the Medvednica hill) was covered with
At one point of the day, surrounded by the darkness outside, I decided to check out the web cam to see if the Medvednica hill has any sunshine to spare… As soon as I saw that there aren’t any clouds up there, I grabbed my equipment, filled the car with a gas, and went for