Dalj

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Dalj is a village on the Danube in eastern Croatia, near the confluence of the Drava and the Danube, on the border with Serbia. Administratively it is located in the municipality of Erdut, although it is the largest village.
One archeological site Skordishchi in Dalj, which dates from the late La Tene culture, was explored in the late 80s and gave a lot of interesting data.

№537 in locations of Croatia

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4.5
(4 reviews)
Mateo
very good!!!
Michel
The archaeological sites in the place where fascinating. Its history was amazing. I got to earn about their ancient La Tene culture and see several cultural artefacts. It was a wonderful site.
Ron
The historic church was wonderful. The internal and external finish have been greatly maintained. The river was also a peaceful sight to see, it was very clean and flowed calmly, the buildings were also very beautiful. I loved it
Kevin
The guest house was very neat and reception was very welcoming, i enjoyed my sleep there. The streets were very quiet and less crowded. The place is suitable for a quiet getaway from everything with friends and family. I highly recommend it.