The Plitvice Lakes (Croatian: Plitvička Jezera) are one of the natural highlights of Croatia. They are located in the Dinaric Alps in the central part of the country near the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Plitvice Lakes National Park is placed on the Unesco World Heritage List.
From the Plitvice Lakes Travel Guide
Very nice apartment. It was quiet and clean. The owner was very kind. If you go by car from the north coast and has a GPS, do not follow it's instructions, you will get a very bad road. Check the route from the apartment details. It has no tv and no kitchen, but you may not leed it. The lakes are 5 minutes by car. ... more
Beautiful house and lovely room. Modern furniture and perfect clean. The bed was very confortable. We have a enormous terrace. The shared kitchen had everything you could need. ... more
I had a really, really lovely stay here. Nedeljko and Marina are superb hosts and incredibly friendly. I didn't have a car and they drove me from the lakes, to/from a restaurant at night and to the bus stop the next day. I really can't fault their service, it was a wonderful experience. ... more
Campervan round Europe, summer 2011
to go, that aren't the main attractions/big cities? We've looked into places like Plitvice Lakes ...
Best way from Split to Ljubljana??
Hi there! We will be travelling from Split to Ljubljana and can allow an overnight stop on the way. I have a two pronged question: 1. If we hire a car and go from Split to Plitvice Lakes (very ...
You can go to Plitvice lakes - it's not far from Zagreb and it's very interesting. It's a national part - about 90 lakes connected by the waterfalls. Hope you'll like it. There are also many small pretty towns on Istra peninsula - Rovin, Porec... I also hope to go there in August ...