500北单比分直播 www.523708.live Visit this beautiful castle is a real pleasure Castle is very nice and well maintained inside and out and you will surely spend wonderful moments. I recommend a visit in the spring and summer because then you can stroll and enjoy the beauty of the surrounding nature trail.
Trakoscan castle is part of the croatian history, that you have to visit if you are travelling in that part of the country. It is placed on a hill and it has the most beautiful view over the forest park with the lake. The ticket price, as i remember was 4 euros, but you get discount if you are a student, and if you are with children.
We went on Christmas Day because most things in Zagreb were closed. It is over an hour drive from Zagreb. They do have nice collections of furnishings and weapons, but the tower was closed when we were there so we really didn't see any stunning views. Walking the grounds may be an option on a nicer day, but it was overcast and cool and we decided to head back to Zagreb after just an hour visit. Not recommended if you have any mobility issues as it is a good walk up to the castle on a gravel path.
Just one hour north of Zagreb--and worth the drive. The castle is nicely restored with furnishings and many open rooms for viewing. The grounds, including a large lake and walking path around it, are simply gorgeous. The audio guide is very informative about the castle and its rooms. Perhaps the best part is that very few visitors tour the castle, so it is a peaceful experience. We highly recommend this as a lovely day trip.
Very nice place to get to know Croatian history a bit better.Organised so everyone can dive into the history of Croatian nobles.
We visited Trakoscan Castle as part of the Back-Roads Touring Co “Flavours of Northern Croatia & Slovenia” tour. It’s an impressive 13th century castle on top a hill and it dominates the surrounding valleys. The views from the ramparts are spectacular and every room is full of history in the form of furniture, costumes, paintings and photographs. The armoury and kitchen displays are particularly good. Well worth a visit and the entry fee.
Very informative, stories written in both english and croatian and a great place to learn about local history which goes back centuries.Beautiful scenery and views of the area and a wonderful little bar/tavern right on the lake below the castle. Reasonable admission as well. Recommended!
Trako??an castle is one of the best preserved castles in Croatia, and a breathtaking sight to visit and remember.Castle is placed on a small hill with medieval type of fortification, and next to a lake in Hrvatsko Zagorje region, known for green hills and happy people. It was a residence of famous noble family Dra?kovi?. The family is responsible for all the heritage in the castle (old furniture, paintings, vast collection of medieval weapons and etc.) witch takes you to the past times and shows the way of living back then.The lake is next to castle and lovely English garden. There are two places to eat and drink but my recommendation is one on the lake with nice view and more peaceful then the first one located in front of the castle.Lots and lots of Croatian history can be explained there so it is most certain the best place to see in Zagorje if you are interested in history of Europe. Lots of styles from different periods on one place. Must see.
The most beautifull castle in Croatia, well preserved and well kept. Situated in the northern part of Hrvatsko Zagorje region. It originates from the Burg- a defense tower built on the hill to controll the borders and roads back in 13th century. Renovated few times, enlarged by itsl owner framily Draskovic who lived there from 17th century till the end of the World War II.Nowadays it still keeps the weapon collection , music salon with an old piano, restored and well presented rooms that shows the cultural heritage of its owners, and of the high society of those times. Daily opened from 9 till 18:00 also sundays. At the bottom of the hill there is a beatifull park and a lake.
This is a really nice place. The surroundings are nice to walk (the park around the castle). the castle itself has several floors and each of the rooms is left decorated in a different style. One of the rare castles in Croatia that is restored and opened to the public. A must see!