I was in the bus and when we arrived to the border we got off the bus to check the passports and stuff, I was in the line thinking in my things and when it was my turn I was said: "Wait there" in hungarian. I already expected that. The EU, asian, everyone but me. The fact is that they asked over and over again the ID, passport or any sort of identification. I gave them my ID, driving license, even the student card (that actually it's a paper) from Gödöllös university... I mean, everything. So I asked the police which was the problem, isn't Croatia in the Schengen agreement?
He, with a laugh of the moment (circumstancial laughter), says: no, they aren't, they will enter on April next year. As soon as he finished that sentence I felt a lot of things... like what? I think scare of thinking that I would have to wait in the border for a bus going to Budapest, also sadness for not being able to continue my trip and many other things. I'm not writing this to say I had to go back, no, just to say that that's the way I start my trips.
I arrived in the croatina capital accompanied by much of the South Korean delegation, with whom I had lunch and sadly said good-bye, it was the last time we will meet.
I went to the hostal, did the check-in, asked for information and then lets go around the city. I already had the typical city map which include representative (or not) buildings of the city. Besides I had a little book in spanish!
I started my visit to the Croatian capital traveling around the streets of the "high city" 'cause Zagreb is divided in high city and lower city, oh no! First I have to change money, euros for Kunas! Otherwise I'm not able to buy anything. So the visit has to wait a little bit...
OK, now I have Kunas I can start now. From the croatian capital there were a lot of buildings that caught my atention I must stand out Saint Mark church (Crkva Svetog Marka), specially because of the roof, colorful, nice.