Guesthouse Maksimilian

Address: Franjevachka Ulica 12, Osijek, 31000, Croatia | 2 star inn
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This 2 star inn, located on Franjevachka Ulica 12, Osijek, is near Blue Cave (Modra Spilja) and Mount Hum.
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          • High-speed internet in room (free)
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Family rooms


          • Continental Breakfast

          TravelPod Member ReviewsGuesthouse Maksimilian Osijek

          Reviewed by nickandsal

          Home away from home

          Reviewed Oct 10, 2016
          by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

          Excellent service, felt very at home here. The Guesthouse is ideally located, close to town and multiple bars and restaurants. The room is huge and very comfortable. We enjoyed hiring the bikes.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          Reviewed by carsey53

          A wonderful experience

          Reviewed Aug 29, 2016
          by (3 reviews) Gympie , Australia Flag of Australia

          On arrival the hosts made us very welcome with a lunch from local produce. The guest house is lovely, rooms are clean, location is great and owners very helpful and obliging.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Guesthouse Maksimilian Osijek

          5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Osijek

          Mountain High, Valley Low

          A travel blog entry by nickandsal on Oct 10, 2016

          8 photos

          We were fortunate to see two contrasting but equally beautiful natural landscapes of Croatia over the last couple of days: Mt Medvednica and Kopacki Rit nature park.

          We felt very independent riding the tram to it's last stop to reach the base of Mt Medvednica, just north of Zagreb. The tram ride also provided a great opportunity to …


          A travel blog entry by carsey53 on Aug 29, 2016

          1 comment, 15 photos

          We all loved Budapest but time to move on. Today we head off in a small van for a four hour trip to Osijek, the fourth largest city in Crotia located in Slavonia the most eastern region of Crotia. We stop at a service station to get rid of our Hungarian currency as we need to change to Kuna. We have to stop at the border for a passport check and …

          Osijek to Zagreb

          A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Sep 16, 2015

          7 photos

          ... to save their town. But, years later the Ottomans wanted to build a bridge across the river and swamp and put troops through the area, so they ended up destroying the town a bit. Ultimately, the fort was built there for protection from battles between the Austrians and Ottomans. It is made of bricks, and not stone, because the area has clay and not stone. In fact, many of the bricks in the area are ancient Roman bricks that have been reused ...

          Sign of a good time

          A travel blog entry by grantgirls on May 24, 2014

          4 photos

          ... didn't know better, it would be difficult to tell this town was severely damaged in a war 20 years ago.

          On Tuesday we went to the town of Vukovar, which was much more heavily affected by the war. In Vukovar there are still many signs of war, but also a lot of progress toward rebuilding. I will attach (I hope) a link to the Vukovar "Happy" video which is pretty incredible given the ...


          A travel blog entry by lukeandsarah on Jun 26, 2013

          ... a plane of inner solitude, whether I like it or not. I have had to become secure in my insecurity, married to nothing but the ground beneath my feet, tracing a slow line across the surface of the globe. My life on this path has become a thing uncommunicable; I live it alone, no matter how many people I meet. And I know I will go home and discover that the brief messages and updates I have sent back will add up to little more than a list of highlights, a prompt ...