Knezevic Guest House
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Travel Blogs from Plitvice Lakes National Park
... re-routed our journey to Budapest/Vienna via Plitvice. This meant a couple of hours form Ljublana to Zagreb and then a few more to Plitvice - it better be worth the days travel!!!
It poured the whole day and didn’t seem to stop! When we arrived at Plitvice, the bus driver insisted we were at the right stop (simply because he didn’t want to stop again further along)! While we stayed on the bus waiting for the ...
... block, you can have Roman Structures abutting buildings built by the Austro- Hungarian empire, adjacent to buildings built by Musolinni, and capped off with soviet style industrial buildings built during the Yugoslav Era. Heck, we even saw a YUGO. How exciting is that? A real relic there. And to see it all while savoring honey flavored ice cream? Oh what a memory! I go! You go! We all go for Yugo! Now for the healthy living portion ...
... though we didn't see any brown bears that are supposed to frequent the park. We walked across the road via a foot bridge into the National Park area and boarded a trolley bus which took us to the first of the top Lakes. We were surprised to see that dogs were allowed into the National Park. We followed ...
... park (we were told these are the best), the first track is C which takes approx 4 hours, or K which takes 6 hours. We of course opted for the 6 hour track, but we just modified it along the way to get C as well (C was more at lake height and K had higher terrain and great views above). The weather at the entrance was terrible, absolutely pouring down!! We didn't want to get our good camera out and damage it - so we used Gary's phone at the beginning (we are having trouble ...
... are known as the
Plitvice Lakes (Figure 1). This area, also marked as Vražji vrt (Devil's Garden) on some 17th-century maps, was proclaimed a national park of nature in 1928 (1)
and thus became the first officially protected natural site in the
country. United ...