Feb 27 - Feb 28
Hotels in Marija Bistrica start at $131 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Considering there's just 1 accommodation option on Travelocity within a 6-mile (10-kilometer) radius of Marija Bistrica's central area, it makes good sense booking a place to stay as soon as you know your itinerary.
If you want to find a room within walking distance of the intriguing center of Marija Bistrica, you'll find comfort at the conveniently-located Bluesun hotel Kaj.
The Hotel President Pantovcak can be found 15 miles (24 kilometers) from the city center of Marija Bistrica. Or, alternatively, the Hotel Esplanade Zagreb is situated 15 miles (25 kilometers) away. Alternatively, you may like to take a room at the The Westin Zagreb or the Nova Galerija.
The larger Inland Croatia district is well worth checking out too. Travel through Inland Croatia's ruins and castles. Those drawn to nature should take the time to admire the region's rural landscapes and forests. In this section of Croatia visitors may enjoy skiing.
Looking for more things to do? Spend some time enjoying Mladost Sports Park and Hrelic Flea Market, in Hrvatski Leskovac, 20 miles (33 kilometers) to the southwest of Marija Bistrica. Some Hrvatski Leskovac hotels include the Hotel Calypso and Galerija. 13 miles (21 kilometers) to the south of Marija Bistrica, you can find Zagreb, which is home to the DoubleTree by Hilton Zagreb and Sheraton Zagreb Hotel. If you stay in Zagreb, make your way to the St. Mark's Church and Dolac.
If you are interested in sport and enjoy attending local clashes you might choose to spend some time at Maksimir Stadium, found 14 miles (22 kilometers) to the south of Marija Bistrica. Modern travelers who are interested in booking a room in the neighborhood, reserve a room in the Hotel Jägerhorn or International Hotel.