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Dreznik Grad is a small historic town in the north-western Croatia. It is known on XIII century fort that was an important defense point during Turkish (Otoman) wars. Although the fort ruins are protected monument, and an interesting tourist attraction, most visitors to Dreznik Grad brings the closeness to the most popular Croatian National Park Plitvice Lakes.
Duga Resa, together with its surrounding area, is region of exceptional natural beauty situated in the near vicinity of Mount Vinica (321 m) and alongside the 62 kilometer-long River Mrežnica - a green and blue splendour of Croatia. The beautiful natural hues, the clean and clear waters (water temperature can reach 20°), travertine barriers, cascades, rapids and waterffals are equally attractive for bathers, anglers and for fans of river sports.
Karlovac as we know it has been raised on a medieval fortress tought as a defence against the Ottomans. Karlovac is funded on the 13th of July 1579. It was projected as a regular hexagon with triangle bastions forming a hexagonal star. Parts of this fortificated area can still be seen in the ancient part of town .
The city of Osijek is the largest city in Slavonija, eastern Croatia. It is located on the Drava river and boasts a lovely river promenade. The architecture of the city is baroque with many preserved buildings. Osijek is popular with nature lovers owing to proximity to Kopacki Rit National Park. Proximity of Drava and Danube rivers (25 km away) make Osijek very popular with anglers. The city is surrounded by many vineyards, and wine tasting is a popular pastime.
Riding a bicycle in the Rakovica district is most certainly one of the reasons why you should visit it and spend a nice day. Encounter the trails and take the one that gets you interested the most. Each of them will give you something nice to see and experience and will give you a good exercise.
Tuhelj is situated in Hrvatsko Zagorje, an area of rolling hills, wineyards, farmland and forests. Tuheljske Toplice, located in Tuhelj is a well-known hot springs destination and resort for daytrippers and are especially popular for night-swimming adventures.
The city of Zagreb is a capital of Croatia and has close to 1 milion inhabitants. It is located in the northwest of the country, between the southern slopes of the Medvednica mountain and the Sava river. Lučko is Zagreb's suburb located south of Sava river and with easy access to Zagreb ring road and motorways.
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Croatian Camping Union, POB 143, HR-52440 Porec, tel: +385 52 451 324