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Zagreb is a wonderful destination for a Valentine’s break, as its central European charm, walkable historic core and many parks and gardens make it a great place for endless romantic walks, charming dinners and spontaneous romance.
Zagreb is a city with many large shopping areas, offering a wide selection of shopping malls, department stores, outlets, open air markets, and boutiques for every taste. The two main shopping streets – Ilica and Vlaška – are located in the city centre and full of small boutiques, shops and cafes for shoppers ready to take a break. The area around Ban Jelačić Square is an excellent destination for Christmas shoppers who have not quite decided what to buy and are looking to do some window shopping for ideas. Next to the city’s large shopping malls, it is the best place to go to find a varied choice of goods.
Vanilla, chocolate, punch, hazelnut, pistachio, strawberry and banana… Mmm… Remember these delicious flavours? What do they remind you of? Maybe the warm weather, sunshine and what always seems to follow – a cold, sweet, refreshingly irresistible dessert – the ever-popular ice cream! Whichever flavour you choose, from creamy to milky, frozen fruit or water dessert, this daily sweet satisfaction combining milk and various tasty aromas, cooled to some minus 15 degrees, will forever be a favourite summer treat…
On a global scale, an amazing 7.6 billion kilos are produced annually, with the United States being the biggest fans and consumers. They were the first nation to open an ice cream factory in 1851 and even celebrate July as the National Ice Cream Month. 98 percent of households in America regularly purchase ice cream, and according to certain stories, as American soldiers went to battle during World War II, they would carry pictures of ice cream on the planes, and at the end of the war they would reportedly celebrate with their much-adored dessert.