Croatian inlands have many tourist interesting areas. In the part where the lowland becomes the highland, on the altitude of about 600 metres above-sea the national park Plitvička jezera (Plitvice Lakes) is situated. It’s a natural phenomenon and ecologically sensitive hydro geological system of lakes which has been included into the UNESCO’s list of cultural and natural heritage sites of world importance (World Heritage List), and which is visited by hundreds of thousands of visitors yearly. Central Croatia is dominated by Zagreb, Croatian capital and cultural, scientific, university, economic, but also business and congress tourist destination. Bigger towns of the central Croatia are Varaždin, Čakovec, Karlovac, Koprivnica and Bjelovar. This region has well developed health and country tourism, and its landmarks are old-noble-families’ castles (Trakosćan, Veliki Tabor) and numerous health thermal resorts (Stubica, Krapina, Tuhelj and Varaždin). The eastern region, Slavonija, with towns like Osijek, Slavonski Brod, Vinkovci, Vukovar, Đakovo, Ilok and many others has developed hunting, fishing and country tourism. In Slavonija there are also numerous castles and noble families’ country houses as well as their well known wine cellars.
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