Trip from Budapest
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Departure from Budapest
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Estimated arrival to Vukovar
12:14h

Trip duration: 194min

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Quality photo of Kalocsa - Hungary

Kalocsa
Hungary

75 min

It is said that the lovely town of Kalocsa was founded in the year 1000 by the King Stephen the Saint. Today it is best... known for its historical buildings like St. Mary’s Cathedral and Archbishop’s Palace and for the production of exquisite paprika. Being situated in the midst of a fertile land Kalocsa has a long agricultural tradition which resulted in a long and successful production of paprika that in this town even has its own museum – the Paprika museum, located in the center of the town. Another great museum is The Karoly Viski Museum with the rich exhibition of coins, a collection of traditional costumes, a collection of ancient documents that reflect the history of the city, and a library of approximately 10,000 volumes.

Quality photo of Osijek - Croatia

Osijek
Croatia

75 min

Osijek is the 4th largest city in Croatia and the regional capital of Slavonia. It is a historic city dating back to 13th century, today... full of parks, bars and clubs with a scenic waterfront walkway along the Drava River. Osijek is divided into two main parts – the Upper Town, known for an imposing city square, Trg Ante Starcevica and the Neo-Gothic Church of St. Peter and Paul, and Tvrdja, the well preserved fortress town boasting largest accumulation of Baroque buildings in all of Croatia. Within Tvrdja there are also the Museum of Slavonia, a Franciscan Monastery, and the church of St. Anthony.

Quality photo of Kopacki Rit Nature Park - Croatia

Kopacki Rit Nature Park
Croatia

75 min

As a rare eco system of rich biodiversity and important ecological values, the Nature Park Kopacki Rit has been included in UNESCO’s World Heritage List... since 2012. The park spreads on an area of 177 square kilometers where more than 2000 biological species have been recorded. It is a perfect site for nature lovers who can walk down the boardwalks with panels with descriptions and explore the largest preserved wetlands in Europe or take the guided boat tour to experience a well informative cruise sightseeing.