Transfer from Plitvice Lakes National Park
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Departure from Plitvice Lakes National Park
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Estimated arrival to Belgrade
14:30h

Trip duration: 330min

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Places you can visit along the way

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Karlovac
Croatia

75 min

Karlovac is a city of many nicknames due to its natural and historic features. It is located on the confluence of rivers Kupa, Korana, Mreznica... and Dobra, hence the nickname “city on four rivers” where, consequently, kayaking and rafting are very popular. The Austrians founded Karlovac in 1579 when they built the fortified old town in the shape of a 6-pointed star, hence the nick name “the star”. Unfortunately, not much has left of these great defensive walls that were built to defend the city against the invading Ottoman Empire. But history buffs can still enjoy the 13th century Dubovac Castle, once inhabited by many noble families and army generals as well as the city museum. Finally, it is also known as the “city of beer” since one of Croatia's two most popular breweries, Karlovacko brewery, is located here.

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Ethno Village Stara Lonja
Croatia

105 min

Ethno village is situated within the Nature Park Lonjsko Polje, the largest protected wetland nature park in Croatia. Covering an area of 506 km2 with... more than 250 different types of bird species, Lonjsko Polje is also the largest hatching ground in Europe. Ethno village Stara Lonja provides an atmosphere of peace and tranquility, where you can relax in the shadows of oak trees and intact nature. A small restaurant offering local specialties is available on site. You can also rent a bike or a boat if you are up for some outdoor activities.

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Vukovar
Croatia

75 min

Vukovar is the city where the scale of the destruction, done in the course of Croatian-Serbian war, was staggering. The city was under siege for... three months and during that period the city center, its landmarks and emblematic baroque buildings were destroyed. Vukovar today is a symbol of peace and is continuously regaining its former identity. That’s why there are numerous memorials to commemorate courage, pain, human dignity and the victory of life. But Vukovar has also other remarkable museums such as the Vukovar Municipal Museum that, among other things, houses an extensive collection of medieval artifacts, and Vucedol culture museum where essential historical values are presented in a contemporary way.

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Rastoke
Croatia

75 min

A place where river flows lively but time stands still; this is what Rastoke looks like. Houses built in distinctive rural style atop waterfalls and... the magical traditional mills will give any visitor a divine peace of mind. For complete satisfaction, try the grilled trout stuffed with mushrooms and bacon in the restaurant with a stone terrace that sits on the falls.

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Samobor
Croatia

90 min

Samobor is a picturesque little town with well-preserved medieval architecture in its center. Long history, rich cultural heritage and pristine natural surroundings make it a... preferred getaway destination for Zagreb residents, who come here to enjoy its unique charm, natural beauties, popular restaurants and taverns. Besides the notable sights, such as the churches of St Anastazije and St Mihalja, the chapel of St Ana and the ruin of Samobor Castle, you shouldn’t miss to try a local delicacy called kremsnita - a pastry filled with vanilla custard, for which Samobor is renowned all over Croatia.

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Zagreb
Croatia

135 min

Although it’s not as famous tourist destination as Paris or Rome, Zagreb has its charm that will win you over. The increasing number of visitors... each year verifies this. You will want to slow down in Zagreb. Adjust your pace to city’s laid back life. Walk the streets of its Upper Town with historical monuments and medieval architecture, explore the charming markets, learn about its culture and history in numerous museums (did you know that Zagreb has more museums per square foot than any other city in the world?) or even enjoy a show in one of more than 20 theaters. One thing is sure, take your time in Zagreb and you won’t be disappointed.