An awesome place : Slovenia and Croatia and the local weather? Croatia’s most visited inland attraction, Plitvice Lakes National Park (Nacionalni park Plitvicka jezera) encompasses steep forested hillsides surrounding 16 emerald-blue lakes connected by a succession of thundering waterfalls. A network of footpaths and wooden bridges crisscrosses the park (the country’s first national park), and the entrance ticket includes boat rides across the lakes. Thanks to the lush pristine nature, the park is a haven for wild animals, including wolves and bears (though they are timid, so you are unlikely to see them) as well as owls, eagles, and falcons. There are several hotels on the edge of the park should you wish to stay the night. You can visit Plitvice on organized sightseeing tours by bus from Zagreb and Zadar.
Stična Abbey, built in 1136, is home to the oldest monastery in Slovenia. This monastery houses the Slovenian Museum of Religion, which presents the Stična Monastery’s history and the history of the Roman Catholic religion in Slovenia. The monks at Stična Abbey are excellent tea-makers, and because of this, the monastery houses a little tearoom, where visitors can try and buy tea.
The sixth largest Croatian island, Korcula is separated from the mainland by a narrow strait. The island’s capital is also called Korcula. Nicknamed”Little Dubrovnik”, this ancient city is among the most beautiful towns on the Croatian coast and is known for its unique architecture. One of the main attractions is the alleged house of birth of Marco Polo. The biggest and the most beautiful building of Korcula is the Cathedral of St. Marco, built in Gothic-Renaissance style and completed in the 15th century.
Not all elements of Nature manage to entice everyone. For example, some may like to watch stunning waterfalls while some others may prefer to gaze through a green blanket while some others may want to tune their souls with the silence of Nature. Whatever the reason be, Krka National Park is one of the best places to go to Croatia. The primary attraction of this park is a wide range of stunning waterfalls, the best of which is Skradinski Buk Falls. Apart from this stunner, there is a host of diversified wildlife that can entice almost anyone at any time. Some human touch can be found in the form of secluded monasteries too. The 200-meter deep canyon through which the Krka River flows is yet another famous tourist destination in Croatia. Discover even more information on Ptuj weather.
The Baska Voda Summer encompasses a range of cultural events from early July through to September. These include assorted concerts, small theatre events, and other open air activities – once again, check locally for full details. If you’re expecting white linen service or quiet contemplation over a glass of wine, Buba isn’t the beachside bar you’re looking for. But for a youngish, party-minded crowd of locals and internationals, this is the place to congregate. DJs play throughout the day and nights, the music ranging from deep house to tougher variants and full on party mode.
The largest city in Eastern Croatia, Osijek is an elegant university town with plenty of history. The 18th-century Hapsburg defensive fortress is a big draw for many visitors, but there are also a good number of beautiful and historic cathedrals, castles, and other neoclassical buildings. Strolling along the promenade on the banks of the Drava River makes for an enjoyable afternoon; plenty of restaurants and cafes can be found here. There’s more than enough to do in the city itself, but it’s also a great place to base yourself if you’re interested in visiting the surrounding countryside or the Kopacki Rit Nature Park. Read additional information on this website.