Drvene kuce u Posavini su omiljeno mjesto na kojem rode savijaju svoja gnijezda. Pretpostavljam da je to zbog topline koju isijava zagrijana kuca, sto bi tebalo pogodovati mladim pticima dok su u gnijezdu.Look at the rooftop of this house, there is a stork's nest. You can see them al around in this little village called Gradusa Posavska in the...more
It is not easy to built the floors on such an narrow house like this one.There need a lot of skill for such an work because there is a cement pavement in between the floors. A numer of bad constructed houses, which can be seen around, had to be deserted because whole houses lined on one side.more
The village of Gradusa Posavska, in the region of Sisak, is situated nearby the town of Sunja. It is one of a few left villages where the people still live in the wooden houses. Some of them are very well preserved, however, you can see also those in a poor conditions and totaly abandoned.more
Mali kaptol is one of the best restaurants in the town. Iz is situated in the very centre of the town, right on the river-shore of the river of Kupa. Here you can have genuine natural food, extraordinary quality meat and fine vegetables.I suggest you "Sisacki odrezak", trust me it is delicious.more
Since the town of Sisak is an typical Central European settlement, it has Gradska kavana (the City Cafe), which is usually situated in the very heart of the town. Here you can meet middle-ages and elder inhabitants of the town spending their free time in sipping a caffee and chating. It is definetely the best place to catch the city news and gossips.
Dress Code: The ordinary city clothes.
In case you like bird watching, especially the storks, there are plenty locations for that activitie in the surroundings of Sisak. Most of them are nature protected areas where hunting is not allowed.To get to those areas, you'll have to take the local ferry-boat at Graduša Posavska.more
Rooftop of the wooden houses, in particularly the chimney, is stork's favourite location for snugling. Perhaps it is because early spring nights might be pretty cold and at that time the locals still warming up their houses. On the other hand, it is the highest point of the surrounding area, best position for monitoring the frogs.more
The view at the local Ethnological Museum across the river of Kupa. The town of Sisak existed in Roman times, known as Segestica, and you can see a number of exibits from that period in this museum.
Miscellaneous: Artists love Sisak, because its such a clam ,relaxing place, somewhere where there is no hassle, just beauty, calm and quiet..If you like that, then this is a great place to visit.
There are several restaurants and cafe bars on the bank of the river Kupa. This one, called "Mali Kaptol" is the most popular in the town.The local cuisine is very good, offering natural and delicious food.Besides the restaurant, here is the seat of the local Tourist Office.more
The town of Sisak lies on the banks of two rivers; the river of Sava which is the largest river in Croatia, and the river of Kupa which use to be one of the most beautiful n the whole country. The river of Sava flows in the northern part of the town. where the industrial zone and the new town settlements are situated.The river of Kupa flows...more
The bank of the river Kupa is the main pedestrian area of the city. All along the river-shore there are many cafe-bars and restaurants.This walking paths take you from side to side of the city centre which is situated aolng the left bank of the river. In the hot summer days it is the main beach resort of the city.more