Fulir Hostel (CLOSED)

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Time Out says

Editor's note: Fulir Hostel is closed with no immediate plans to reopen.

Every place has a story. Fulir, on the north-west corner of the main square, once housed the servants of the fellow sitting in bronze and on horseback and gives the square its name: Jelačić. Below the hostel, the famed Croatian leader kept his horses. Today, the alley the hostel occupies (it shares it with a solid locals' bar called Pinta) still feels as if a group of soldiers might ride up any moment in need of stew and ale. Inside the hostel, there's everything you need and nothing more. It's a small and intimate 16-bed place, with a relaxing common room, fully-equipped kitchen, wireless internet and laundry machines. But it's the owners who make the difference. Davor and Leo have a wealth of local knowledge and will likely go out with your group to make sure you have the best Zagreb experience possible. Logically, Fulir has no curfew.


Radićeva 3A
All trams to main square
Dorm bed from €19.50
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