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By car: from the A3 highway (Zagreb - Lipovac, old number: A4) take exit Velika Kopanica, and then drive on the D7 road (direction Djakovo, Osijek) some 20 kilometres.
There are bus services from both Osijek and Slavonski Brod. The latter is easily reachable by numerous IC trains from Zagreb.
There is a train service on the Strizivojna - Osijek like, but trains are just few daily. Most IC trains stop at Strizivojna-Vrpolje station on the main Zagreb - Vinkovci railroad, which is some 20 kilometres away from Djakovo.
Updated Jun 28, 2005
Website: www.hac.hr , www.hznet.hr
Djakovo region is one of the best wine-producing regions in continental Croatia, along Kutjevo and Ilok. In more than 400 hectares of wineyards in Mandinevac and Trnava grapes are grown from ancient times, but it wasn't untill bishop Strossmayer that the wine production was better organized.
What to buy: White wines: Grasevina, Rizling, Pinot bijeli, Rajnski rizling, Traminac, Sauvignon, Chardonnay.
Written Jul 11, 2005
Every first weekend in July Djakovo hosts annual folklore festival called "Djakovacki vezovi" - meaning literally Djakovo embroidery.
This is the most important folklore festival in the region of Slavonia and one of the most important in Croatia. During the several days the festival creates a great opportunity to see authentic clothes, hear old music and dance or see horses from the famous Djakovo Lippizaner stud farm.
Updated Jul 9, 2005
Favorite thing: Although Djakovo is not a real tourist centre there is a Tourist Office in center of town where you will find the usual range of free maps and brochures as well as postcards, books and souvenirs for sale.
They can also help you finding the accommodation in Djakovo or in the surroundings.
Fondest memory: Turisticka zajednica grada Djakova
Kralja Tomislava 3
HR 31400 Ðakovo
tel : +385 31 812 319
tel : +385 31 811 233
fax: +385 31 822 319
Updated Jun 29, 2005