One of the most magnificent parks in Europe is definitely Plitvice Lakes. Situated 140 km from Zagreb and 219 km from Split, it consists of 16 lakes that are connected by waterfalls.
The flora of the park consists of 267 plant species, including 22 endangered species. The fauna of the park consists of 157 bird species, 50 mammal species, 20 bat species and many more. We should also mention the presence of the wolf, the deer, the wildcat and the brown bear that is the symbol of this national park.
There are two entrances to the Plitvice Lakes park called St1 for the number 1 and St2 for entrance number 2, in front of each there is parking where you can leave your car, If you have any bulky items you can leave them at the lockers, located at the entrance number 1. There is also a restaurant in front of this entrance, the famous Lička kuća, where we recommend you have lunch.
The lakes are surrounded by paths so you can discover each one of them by walk. You can also take the electric train that goes from the highest to the lowest point of the park all day long or the electric boat that crosses the largest lake Kozjak.
Ticket prices to the entrance to Plitvice park find on the following link.
More information is available on the official Plitvice park website of park Plitvice.
Summer: 7 am – 8 pm
Spring and Autumn: 8 am – 6 pm
Winter: 8 am – 4 pm