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Plitvice National Park Full-Day Tour from Zadar
"Departing from Zadar at 8:15am you will drive for about 1 hour and 45 minutes before reaching Plitvice National Park home to diverse flora and fauna including wild boar wolves and even bears. Granted UNESCO World Heritage status in 1979 Plitvice is located roughly halfway between Zagreb and Zadar. Marked on old maps as the Devil’s Garden
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Stunning Plitvice Lakes and Rastoke from Zagreb
"Departure from your hotel (selected hotels) at 09h00. Drive towards Lika region. Your first break will be in picturesque watermill village Rastoke situated at the confluence of Slunjčica and Korana rivers. Observe and enjoy the peculiar rural architectur continue to Plitvice Lakes National Park.Plitvice Lakes are the Croatia’s oldest and most visited national park enlisted as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1979. One of the biggest gems of our country is a must see while spending time in Croatia. Through centuries water was carving lakes and forming waterfalls resulting with creation of 16 crystal clear lake enjoy the clean pure air and get lost in the breathtaking views that surround you. Return to Zagreb at 18h00 (approx.)""""Visit one of the world's most beautiful waterfalls. Discover the beauty of Croatian oldest and most visited National Park Plitvice Lakes
From EUR90.00
 
Plitvice Lakes Photo Tour - Full Day Trip from Zagreb
"A tour of the lakes easily takes all day if you feel like walking all the trails. You can speed up your visit by using shortcuts run by boats across the major lakes. But take your time sit by the waterfalls and get your face wet. When hungry visit the Lička kuća restaurant for some local delicacies. When tired make your stops short or else the daylight will hide behind the surrounding tall hills.On our way to Plitvice we will warm up our feet and cameras at the Rastoke village. Famous for its watermills it was constructed on the Sljunčica river
From EUR120.00

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City of Banja Luka

It is not secrete that I love trains and always choose them if I had that option and I love to explore places on foot. Banja Luka is contrary of rest of country big enough that buses is inevitable in...
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Banja Luka experience

Autumn and late summer is time for start of cultural season in Banja Luka. When is warm in autumn Banja Luka looks like big colorful park. Due to hot summer this season is probably best to choose as...
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The Orthodox church

As far as I know this is the only remaining palace from the Otoman's period of Banja Luka. It is situated in the heart of the city, on the bank of the river Vrbas and opposite to the Kastel....
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City of Art

Icarus is name of new mural, one of two murals that is create during Flaster Festival 05 in 2015. New artistic that come to Banja Luka was famous Polish duo Etam Cru, precisely two artist named...
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City of Greenery

During reconstruction of Kastel and area around fortress was finally arranged. Even open green space in front one of entrance to fortress is now more or less nice park opposite part of area was...
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Architecture

Even mostly towns in country have their own public faucet or fountain. Banja Luka had several fountains: - fountain on Krayina Square - fountain on the Square of fallen soldiers, - fountain in...
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City of Woman

Female Chamber Choir "Banjalucanke" is very famous brand of Banja Luka known world wide. Here on World Ranking they are currently (2015) 19 on world. Its conductor is Mladen Matovic. He is famous as...
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Kastel

CASTELL NOSTRO Bagni LUCA is origin name of Kastel fortress. It is in heart of City and apparently it gives it name. Due to its role in the historical development of Banja Luka and the preservation...
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City on Vrbas River

Vrbas river is symbol of Banja Luka and Banja Luka is biggest city on river Vrbas. Vrbas is beautiful, usually green, river that flow forcefully and fearlessly and yet so gentle and carefully flow...
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City of Alleys

On new location of University of Banja Luka, poplar call "Campus", you can enjoy in long walking trough official monument of nature call "Alley of plane trees". Provides an avenue of plane trees from...
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Panorama of Banja Luka

My second favorite viewpoint over Banja Luka is from new government building complex and best of it is panorama restaurant "Integra". If you are planing to skip the hiking ride up to the Banj brdo you...
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City of Sport

The Olympic Arch (olimpijski slavoluk) is project and permanent exhibit in Borik Sports Hall aim to give tribute to all Olympic winners from Banja Luka. It placed above entrance to the floor adorned...
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City of Culture

Banja Luka is a official capital of Republika Srpska and it has a extensively cultural offers and many cultural manifestations with long tradition. Museum of contemporary art of Republika Srpska was...
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City of Festivals

Well, I finally wrote about my favorite of favorites about Banja Luka. Banja Luka is vibrant city whole year around. Banja Luka have extensively positive cultural offers for all generation and all...
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Mladena Stojanovica 123, Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Kralja Petra I Karadjordjevica 97, 78000
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Kralja Petra I Karadjordjevica 60, Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Srpskih ustanika 26
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Cara Dusana 53a, GPS-N 044°50,850' E 017°13,845' or N 44,84768° E 17,23058°, 78252
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Brace Potkonjaka 1, 78000
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Top Things to Do in Banja Luka

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National Library

Omladinski kutak (meaning: Youth corner) is new addition in library on main part with books. I am not aware how long it is there and I didn't find related information. I usually visit exhibit saloon....
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Christ the Savior Church

Trg Srpskih vladara (meaning. Serbian rulers square) is yet another square or clear public space in downtown. It is located in front of main door of Church of Christ the Savior. You enter to this...
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Vrbas River

Vrbas river is one of biggest rivers in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Vrbas River is about 250 km long, with a catchment area approximately 5900 km² and the annual flow is 110 m3/sec. The river arises...
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Imperial road

I saw two men playing chess in front of the Cathedral. Two hours later there were two different men playing chess in the same place. Chess is very popular in all the countries of the ex Yugoslavia....
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Krajina Square

If you dont like that online ticket reservation system for events like me especially in foreign country then you just come in right time on main square. Ticket boots are usually very simple stand with...
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Fortress Kastel

Stone house is special exhibit space on fortress complex. On 19th April 2016 this space is officially reopened after major reconstruction works on one part of fortress complex. It was one of events...
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Odiseya

"Banja Luka - Krayina beauty"
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Prasnjavi

"The biggest city in Republic of Srpska"
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croisbeauty

"croisbeauty's new Banja Luka Page"
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jorgejuansanchez

"The old Kastel"
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dbrener

"Quite a lively city scarred by war"
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