Inland Croatia travel guide
- Austro-Hungarian heritage
- Plitvice Lakes - Croatia's most famous national park
- Mountain ranges, rolling hills and vinyards
- Winter sports - 9 ski resorts
- Baroque town of Varaždin
- Must visit: Zagreb, a vibrant cental european city
Mountains, rivers, waterfalls, forests, wilderness and wonderful scenery with Zagreb, Croatia's vibrant capital, at its heart
Inland Croatia has a varied landscape with large areas of wilderness, rugged mountains, areas of hills and fertile valleys and agricultural regions. The principal cities, particularly the capital Zagreb, have much to offer.
Plitvice Lakes National Park
A UNESCO world heritage site with 16 stunning lakes linked by powerful cascading waterfalls and impressive caves.
The Gacka valley
Peaceful and scenic fertile valley offering excellent fishing.
Fertile and largely rural area to the north east of Croatia. The principal town of the region is Osijek.
The capital of the Republic of Croatia,. The largest city and the cultural, economic, centre of the country. It is located on the slopes of Medvednica Mountain on the banks of the Sava River. Zagreb is well worth visiting, with its numerous historical monuments and medieval architecture.
A sophisticated but relaxing city very much in the Austrian style. It is the tourist, cultural, and economic centre of North-western Croatia. Famous for its Baroque festival every year in late September to early October the city holds the internationally acclaimed Varazdin Baroque Evenings, during which soloists, orchestras and opera singers from around the world gather to fete Baroque music.