If a bus or train passenger arrives at a train station in Trieste, Milan, Rome, Paris, Ljubljana or Zurich, and after a long journey, he or she is forced to perform some unsatisfactory physiological needs, a public free toilet is available. In France, Korea, China, Japan, the USA and many other countries, you can use the toilet in almost all catering facilities. Without the indication that it is the same for the guests of the cafeteria and the key is on the bar.

In Zagreb, the bus and train main station use the toilet service, thus expressing a kind of primitivism and lack of elegance, which simultaneously shames themselves, the city of Zagreb and Croatian tourism. The same is the case with those caterers holding the key on the bar and which should in fact be avoided because such behavior is not hostile or hospitable. Of course you should emphasize negative practice in the Importane gallery, which has a large number of cafes. Although there are no WCs under the law, there is not one, but in the Importane gallery there is a public toilet billed, which is really shameful. But it is also inconceivable that such practice is tolerated by the City of Zagreb and even issued permits for these localities.

This practice is especially bad for a large number of guests from the Far East, who are accustomed to far more civilized customs in their countries. For example, in the center of Seula, in many streets there are signs that lead to the nearest toilet and are all free. And some are located in good restaurants, which are so advertised and attract guests. In France it is stipulated that all the toilets in the catering facilities are public and free of charge.

Although this issue may be considered less important, this situation can sometimes significantly contribute to the negative image of Zagreb and Croatia.

Therefore, it might be urgent to prescribe by law that use of the toilet at the stations is no longer charged, and for the caterers to introduce the French rules. In this way, with little effort, it would have contributed considerably to the pleasant ambience of Zagreb, but also to other cities.

But in this situation, there is certainly the praise of the free public toilet on Cesarčeva street, Jakuševac car fair, Dolac market, British market square and Zagreb airport. There is also no problem in any more sophisticated catering facility.

But if the situation is moved from a dead point, it might be good to start publishing a list of sophisticated shops and those who did not.

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