Particularly to a foreigner or traveler, who, if not from Croatia already, would stand out like a sore thumb in Croatia, the people will most likely be quite open and friendly. I made some very good friends in this town and many people showed me hospitality, as in all of Croatia. Everyone who knows English often tries to make the effort to practice it with English speakers, although there are some who learn German or French (rarely) instead as their second language. However, generally bjelovarcani (Bjelovarians) will be interested in someone new, since there are not many visitors to the town, and will be open and welcoming to you.
The most hurriest days in Bjelovar are on Thursdays and Saturdays. Then is market days. Everybody goings to marketplace to buy some fruits, vegetables, milk products, and other food products, but also you can find and try clothes and other interesting stuff.