Tips & Tricks
Učka Nature Park (Učka Mountain) – located 2 hours via car west of Zagreb, this nature park has amongst its main attractions the unique limestone formations in the area of Vrana and at the very top of Učka, where an old tower is erected. Mountaineers like to be photographed next to this tower. From the […]
Zagreb Puppet Theatre (Ulica baruna Trenka 3, Zagreb) – this 200-seat theater, in existence for over 75 years, has entertained locals and international visitors with its innovative puppet theatrical productions. Its main section, Great Hall, is well equipped with excellent views of the stage (an amphitheater seating). There is also a small hall which is […]
Stadion Maksimir (Maksimirska cesta 128, 10000 Zagreb) – this stadium, located near a popular park of the same name, opened in 1912 and has a capacity of 35,981 seats. This stadium holds football matches involving both the country’s teams and those from overseas. In addition, various rock & pop concerts.
Krka National Park (Trg Ivana Pavla II, br. 5, 22000 Šibenik) – located 3 hours via car south of Zagreb (near the Mediterranean), Krka National Park lies within Šibenik-Knin County, and covers a total area of 109 square km of the loveliest sections of the Krka River, and the lower course of the Čikola River. […]
Medvednica Mountain (north of Zagreb)— Medvednica Mountain (or “Bear Mountain” in Croatian) is covered with dense beech, oak, chestnut and fir forest and it certainly is favorite excursion destination for the Zagreb citizens and their guests. The mountain is criss-crossed by numerous paths and trails, less demanding ones that are fitted with benches and information […]
Paklenica – located 265 km. south of Zagreb (within the Zadar area) is its greatest natural jewel: Paklenica National Park, which covers the most attractive parts of the southern Velebit, concentrated in a mere 96 square km. Its most striking features are two forbidding gorges – Velika and Mala Paklenica. Among activities pursued here are […]