Prvi dan izleta Vikend u Zagrebu posvećen je samom gradu. Za Vas smo pripremili pješački razgled grada na kojem ćete uz stručno vodstvo našeg licenciranog vodiča detaljno upoznati povijest ali i svakodnevicu Zagreba.
Vikend u Zagrebu 2. dan
Drugi dan je određen za izlet van grada. Mi predlažemo da to bude posjet predivnim Plitvičkim jezerima, najstarijem i najljepšem hrvatskom nacionalnom parku. Uz sam nacionalni park posjetit ćemo i Rastoke, predivno maleno selo drvenih kućica koje su u povijesti zapravo bile mlinovi. Ovo je omiljeno stajalište izletnika i savršeni uvod za Plitvice.
Vikend u Zagrebu 3. dan
Savršena lokacija Zagreba daje nam nebrojene mogućnosti za jednodnevne izlete pa Vas ovaj puta vodimo na Izlet u Zagorje, bajku na dlanu. Između zelenih brežuljaka Zagorja skriva se neopisivo povijesno bogatstvo. Posjet Klanjcu i naslijeđu obitelji Erdody, Veliki Tabor i predivna legenda o Veroniki Desinićkoj, Kumrovec i ostavština Josipa broza Tita, Neandertalci u Krapini i na kraju predivan Trakošćan zaokružit će priču o regiji bogatoj dvorcima.
Vikend u Zagrebu 4. dan
Posljednji dan je slobodan za Vas. Možete sami istraživati Zagreb ili pak možda uz našu pomoć izabrati Vinsku ili Gastro turu Zagrebom.
Plitvice lakes National park is first national park in Croatia established in 1949. In 1979, Plitvice Lakes National Park became protected by UNESCO Heritage register among the first natural sites worldwide, in recognition of its outstanding natural beauty and undisturbed production of travertine through chemical and biological action. Plitvice Lakes Park is recognized as an astonishing natural monument for the benefit and enjoyment of travelers. The Plitvice lakes continuously provide inspiration for visitors as one of Croatia’s most popular natural attraction. Million of people from all over the world visit the Park every year. Hiking is a common activity with organized programs for park visitors, other possible activities include: electric boat and train ride, rowing, cycling and skiing.
Plitvice simple facts: *one of the most beautiful natural sights in Europe *more than 1.200.000 visitors each year *1979 listed on the UNESCO List *famous for its 16 lakes that are arranged in cascades *became famous through Western film productions of Karl May’s novels
This castle is situated in a quite deserted part of Hrvatsko Zagorje in the middle of a forest and in vicinity of mountains. The castle itself (it’s a Schloss in German, or a chateaux in French) was built in the middle of the middle ages (around 13th century if I remember correctly), but was made into what’s today in the late 19th century as a part of the romantic movement. The interior is made up of original and indigenous furniture and other items spanning eras from the middle ages to 19th century. There’s quite a big armory in the castle with a very nice collection of melee and gunpowder weapons spanning the same eras as the castle itself. The castle was owned by the powerful family the Drašković. There’s a very nice lake and walking trail surrounding the castle creating a superb landscape. There are some hiking trails in the vicinity also. The entrance fee is quite small. There’s some food available for purchase in the pontoon restaurant on the lake.
Trakošćan Castle – the moment your eyes see the white walls and towers surrounding the castle you will think that you are a part of a true fairytale and you will anxiously climb up to the castle entrance. It is still a mystery how it got its name – was it a Thracian fortress named Arx Trachorum or was it the ownership of the Drachstein knights. Today it is a museum containing original castle furniture and armory collection.
Castle Veliki Tabor
Veliki Tabor is one of the best preserved medieval and renaissance fortified towns in Croatian mainland. The architectural forms, techniques and methods of construction prove that Veliki Tabor originates from the 15th century. It is not clear whether the Counts of Celje built Veliki Tabor, but it is known that they possessed it in the mid-15th century. Family Rattkay built a part of the castle during the 16th century and it remained in their possession until 1793.g. There are many legends associated with the castle and the most popular are those related to Veronica Desinic.
TITO’S BIRTHPLACE VILLAGE KUMROVEC
Kumrovec – Ethnological Museum ”Old Village” Kumrovec is a protected rural area. It is an open-air museum ”in situ” with preserved authentic farmhouses from the 19th and 20th century. There are arround 40 preserved objects with historical and ethnological exhibits. Entering the village, it feels like stepping into history. Part of the village is also the birthplace of Josip Broz Tito, Yugoslavian president, one of the leaders of the Non-Aligned Movement. Although the houses are part of the museum, surrounding residents give the home village the vibrancy and a sense of the past in the present.
KARPINA NEANDHERTAL MUSEUM
Krapina – A city whose history dates back to 130 000 years ago. It was celebrated by a famous paleontologist Dragutin Gorjanović Kramberger by finding Neanderthal remains which located Krapina on the world map. The city was built under the medieval fortress with a rich history. It was often named as the favorite city of Croatian kings. Every place in Zagorje has its own legend and Krapina is associated with the legend of Čeh, Leh and Meh and glorious trilikum.