Zagreb has its share of mysteries, it's underground being the most secretive mystery of all. There are tunnels beneath the old city. Many locals call them catacombs.
Don't worry, they're not catacombs. The catacombs are well hidden under the Zagreb cathedral, and they only get opened when the angel of death comes for an archbishop.
Read about the tunnels beneath the city in this blog post.
There's hardly a ruin in Croatia Buljan and Miha haven't explored. As we announced last week, we got the wonderful opportunity to interview two members of Croatia Infiltration Group.
Before you continue, you might like to read the introductory article here .
These days, when the world has finally gone global, it sometimes seems like there’s no place on Earth that’s out of reach. But then again, travelers around the Globe live for that special experience of getting off the tourist routes and creating their own unique travel adventure. We all know that fulfilling feeling when you wonder off the beaten tracks and gain a memory for life. Imagine how it must feel when those tracks don’t even exist anymore. Your feet are trying to rediscover a path no one stepped on for decades. I suppose that is how urban exploration must feel like.
The story of the Brestovac sanatorium started more than a century ago in the very center of Zagreb, and it ended on the mountain that rises above the city. It’s a true tale of love, success, philanthropy, war… and death. Ghastly events that actually took place there make a fine fit for the rumors that the sanatorium ground is haunted. Read on, and you too will wonder if there's more to these rumors.