lunes, 15 de mayo de 2017

Must see places in Zagreb: Dolac Market


Hoy quiero compartir con ustedes una pequeña serie con los lugares que hay que visitar en Zagreb. Como pude quedarme en la ciudad por más de un mes pude visitar y experimentar todos aquellos sitios típicos. De todas formas, siempre me dejo algo sin ver en caso de que vuelva a la ciudad ;)
Así que para este post, les voy a mostrar un poco del mercado Dolac, que es el principal los típicos mercados de la ciudad de Zagreb. Dolac es el lugar perfecto para conseguir frutas y verduras frescas de los productores locales, así como también se pueden conseguir otras cosas como carne, pescado, frutos secos, flores e incluso los souvenirs típicos para regalar o llevarse a casa.
Incluso si no están planeando comprar ninguna fruta o verdura, igual les recomiendo visitar este mercado porque, en primer lugar, está muy cerca de la plaza principal así que es muy fácil llegar y, además es una forma muy interesante de experimentar la vida de la ciudad. El mercado abierto de Dolac es un lugar lleno de movimiento, gente, colores, olores y, lo más importante de todo, de vida.
También hay otros mercados de este tipo en otras zonas de la ciudad, por ejemplo cerca de uno de los departamentos en los que me quedé había un mercado situado en la plaza Británica, pero el de Dolac es el mercado principal de la ciudad y el más grande. Estos mercados se encuentran abiertos principalmente durante las mañanas, así que para mí, el mejor plan sería disfrutar un buen café cerca de la plaza principal y después dedicarse a recorrer y disfrutar del mercado de Dolac.
Espero que les gusten las fotos y me encantaría saber si a ustedes también les gusta recorrer este tipo de lugares cuando están de visita en una ciudad. A mí siempre me resulta una experiencia muy interesante :)

Today I want to share with you a little series of must-see places in Zagreb. Since I stayed there for more than a month, I think I was able to visit and experience almost all the typical spots. I have still a few places I didn't visit because I always like to keep some things for a future visit ;)
So for this post, I will show you a little bit of Dolac market, the main and typical Zagreb city market. Dolac is the perfect place to get fresh fruits and vegetables from local producers as well as some other things like meat, fish, nuts, flowers and even typical souvenirs to take home.
Even if you are not planning to buy any fruits or vegetables, I strongly recommend visiting this place because it's super close to the Main Square, so it's very easy to get there and it's a very interesting way to experience the city life. This open market is full of movement, people, colours, scents and most important of all, it's a place full of life.
There are some other markets of this type in different areas of the city, for example, the apartment I was staying in was very close to another market located in the British Square, but Dolac it's the main one and I think it's the biggest. They are open mostly in the mornings so I recommend enjoying a coffee near the Main Square and then going to explore and experience Dolac Market. 
So I hope you like the pictures, and I would love to know if you enjoy visiting this kind of places when you are in a new city. To me, this is a very interesting experience for sure ;)






















The red umbrellas are typical of this market 














30 comentarios :

  1. Looks like a great place! :) xx

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  2. Lovely photos! I need to visit one day :) xx

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  3. Love this place!Great post:-)

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  4. Ah i love places like that! Rich in culture and you get to witness so many things at once!
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    1. Thank you so much Anne-Marie!! Yes, I love visiting this kind of places exactly for that reason, they are so rich in culture! :)

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  5. The markets there look awesome! I definitely would be buying all the food there haha

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    1. Thank you so much!! Yes, everything looks very tempting ;)

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  6. Looks like such a beautiful market! And the city reminds me a lot of Linz, where I used to live...
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    1. Thank you Ileana!! Yes, the market is so beautiful!! Too bad the day was so cloudy but it still looks nice :)

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  7. YOu always post such beautiful pics hun :) xx

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  8. Such a beautiful post, super gorgeous I love it!

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  9. Staying in the area for a month must have really given you a taste of what it's like to live there, and experience all of the local, 'typical' spots! This market looks so colourful :)

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    1. Yes, Gabrielle, I think it was a great experience to stay for more than I month, I really felt like I was living there ;)

      Thanks for your comment! :)

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  10. Such nice pictures!! Croatia looks beautiful! :) Thanks for sharing! Have a great weekend!
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    1. Thank you Shivangi! Yes, Croatia is a beautiful country! :)

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  11. cool place dear , nice photos
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  12. Zagreb is such a beautiful city, love these photos♥

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    1. Yes, it's a lovely city! Thanks for your comment Aleksandra!! :)

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  13. Zagreb looks wonderful - those oranges look delish! :)

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    1. Thank you so much!!! Yes they look very yummy!! :)

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