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Pass By: Zagreb 360, Ilica 1a, Zagreb 10000 Croatia
Trip will start with pick up at your accommodation and a pleasant drive north towards Hrvatsko Zagorje region, a cultural region in northern Croatia, traditionally separated from the country's capital Zagreb by the Medvednica mountain
Stop At: Krapina Neanderthal Museum, Setaliste Vilibalda Sluge bb, Krapina Croatia
After around one hour drive we will reach Krapina Neanderthal museum - one of the most modern Croatian museums located on the largest site of Neanderthal fossils in the world.
Visit to Krapina Neanderthal museum will take you on a journey through evolution based on latest scientific findings – from cosmic and chemical evolution, evolution of live to realistic representation of our ancestors.
Specific and inovativne way of presenting the topic makes this museum suitable for everyone – from kids and students to laypersons and scientists.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Stop At: Trakoscan Castle (Dvor Trakoscan), Trakoscan 42254 Croatia
Short drive from Krapina is the most famous and best preserved Croatian castle - Trakošćan.
Castle was first built in the late 13th or early 14th century as a small defensive fortress.
Complex of Trakošćan we have today, a romanticist synergy of architecture and nature, is a result of 19th century. Castle was reconstructed in neo – gothic style and surrounding landscape including a lake emerged after the model of English park.
For the last 60 years Trakoscan houses valuable collection of paintings, furniture and weapons from the Renaissance until Historicism.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Staro selo museum, Kumrovec Croatia
From Trakošćan we will drive through picturesque landscapes and villages to reach Kumrovec - a birthplace of marshal Josip Broz Tito (1892–1980), the president of Yugoslavia.
The birth house of Tito features the Memorial Museum of Marshal Tito and next to the house is the bronze standing statue of Marshal Tito. The old part of village Kumrovec comprises the Ethnological Museum with 18 village houses, displaying permanent exhibitions of artifacts related to the life and work of Zagorje peasants in the 19th/20th century.
After a sightseeing tour your guide can recommend you a restaurant serving traditional local food for a late lunch before your return back to Zagreb.
Duration: 1 hour