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Plitvice Lakes National Park
Croatia’s most famous UNESCO-listed national park, Plitvice Lakes National Park are comprised of 16 cascading lakes and travertine waterfalls, and with endemic flora and fauna, they make a thriving ecosystem.
Plitvice is beautiful any time of the year, showing change of seasons, making them a must-see whatever the time of your visit and really should not be missed whilst in the country.
Plitvice Lakes National Park At A Glance
Flight Time from the UK to Plitvice Lakes National Park 2hours 20mins>
Population of Plitvice Lakes 4,500
What to see in Plitivice Lakes Admire the spectacular waterfalls, Enjoy a scenic river expedition, Stay overnight and purchase a 2-day ticket, Spot the indigenous deer, bears, wolves and rare bird species
Towns and Attractions to Visit near Plitvice Lakes Zagreb, Split, Zadar, Opatija, Sibenik, Krka Waterfalls National Park,
Cruises that visit the Plitvice Lakes National Park
Deluxe10 DaysMS Desire ShipFrom: $2,805
Deluxe Balcony7 DaysMV Memories ShipFrom: $2,219
Deluxe11 DaysMS Desire ShipFrom: $3,156
Deluxe Balcony14 DaysMV Infinity ShipFrom: $4,328
Things to do in Plitvice Lakes National Park
Visit the breathtaking waterfalls of Plitvice Lakes
These incredible waterfalls have been a tourist attractions since the late 19th century. As opposed to being any singular attraction, the Plitvice Waterfalls (pronounced “PLIT-vits-uh”) are really a large network of karstic lakes and waterfalls. Just imagine walking besides and even right over lakes full of fish while displaying a color and clarity that rivals China’s Jiuzhaigou. These waterfalls must be experienced whilst you are in Croatia!
Explore the park by the river boat
Wooden rowing boats are available to hire at the lakeside – an ideal way to discover these extraordinary lakes, interconnected by streams and waterfalls, surrounded by beautiful forestry, plants and caves. Swimming in the lakes is completely prohibited – the water in these lakes are completely pure!
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Hotels in Plitvice Lakes National Park
Hotel Degenija, Plitvice Lakes
Just outside Plitvice Lakes National Park in the village of Seliste Dreznickon, this boutique, alpine lodge style hotel is ideal for visitors who want to explore the park’s stunning waterfalls and lakes. It features 20 spacious modern rooms, all with air-conditioning, satellite TV, free Wi-Fi and minibars. Some include an expansive terrace as well. After a day of taking in the park’s magnificent sights, enjoy relaxing at the outdoor pool, located on a sunny hill next to the hotel, surrounded by picturesque views and lush greenery, along with sun loungers and shady umbrellas. Bar service is provided all day, and the hotel’s restaurant serves delectable local specialties like fresh-caught trout as well as wood-fired oven pizzas.