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Varaždin during Špancirfest

Varaždin during Špancirfest

Croatia’s architectural and musical gem lies inland.

Forget Croatia’s beloved coast: The inland city Varaždin is one of the country’s most picturesque and well-preserved areas. One hour north of Zagreb, this small metropolis of 50,000 has an immaculate cobblestoned town center and is stocked with Baroque churches and palaces. Croatia may be most famous for its picturesque Dalmatian Coast dotted with medieval cities like Dubrovnik but Varazdin has an equally rich history. Over the last several years it has become even better known as a hub for culture. Its festivals celebrate everything from contemporary art and dance to Baroque and rock music, and artists, ateliers and government initiatives continue to enhance an already vivid scene .....
— New York Times


Come to one of Europe's most rewarding holiday destinations set well off the beaten path away from the holiday crowds.  Varaždin, Croatia's old capital and one of the most beautiful baroque towns in Eastern Europe,  is easily reached.   Situated just 80 kilometres from Croatia’s capital city Zagreb and its international airport and just a few kilometres from Croatia's borders with Slovenia and Hungary, Varaždin provides an ideal base from which to explore northern Croatia and its neighbours.  

Visitors are accommodated at the charming, traditional 'Old Oak House' set amongst the rolling hills and green fields of Varaždin county a few miles from town.   Here, you can relax and do your own thing or, with the help of  the owners, select from a range of  Varaždin holiday highlights for an unforgettable, value for money holiday.