To reach Lipik take the highway from Zagreb (direction Slavonski Brod) and get off at Novska exit.
Then take the local road in direction of Pakrac.
There are good train connections from Zagreb. You need to take train in direction of Vinkovci and change in Banova Jaruga for local train Banova Jaruga - Virovitica.
It takes about 1h30m to Banova Jaruga and about 40mins from Banova Jaruga to Lipik.
There are local buses to Pakrac and Daruvar. From there you can catch a bus for Zagreb.
For train and bus schedules see the link below.
You don't have to go to Lipik to buy the most famous product coming from this town. All over Croatia you can refresh yourself with Studenac and Studena mineral water.
What to buy: Studenac - mineral water in specially designed glass bottles or Studena - natural water in plastic bottles, available also with lemon or peach flavours.
Swimming pools are also reconstructed and offer possibilities for refreshment during hot summer days in Slavonia.
Daily entrance ticket costs 20kn weekdays and 30kn on weekends. (Children pay half price).
Picture from http://www.tzzps.hr/gradovi/Lipik/lipik.htm
Wooden buildings of the Spa Baths around the natural thermal water can be traced back to the 1820s. The modern development of Lipik Spa Baths started in the middle of the 19th century when the area around Spa Hospital was bought by Antun Knoll. It was the time of the first tourists - his concept was not only to further develop the place for...more
During the Roman times Lipik was known as Aquae Balissae, a place with hot thermal baths with underground water at the temperature of 64 degrees Celsius. It was one of the first Iodine baths in Europe in 18th century and developed into exclusive Spa center at the end of the 19th century. At the beginning of 20th century Lipik had 1000...more
Today, the fountain and the ruins of Wandelbahn are waiting for new investments. Nearby swimming pools and recreation complex was reconstructed and opened in late 1990s. The reconstruction of the main park is not that easy task, as it is the protected cultural monument. Most investors that were interested in rebuilding the Spa center were...more