Donji Miholjac

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Donji Miholjac is located in the heart of the plain, it is a town in Slavonia, on the river Drava, and borders Hungary. Favorable geographical position and natural features such as the proximity of the Drava River, dense forests and such have provided favorable living conditions in the area of Donji Miholjac from the Paleolithic to the present day, as evidenced by numerous archaeological finds.
Its name comes from St. Michael. In ancient Rome its name was Mariniana. There are several suggested etymologies for the name "Mariniana". One is that it comes from the Roman personal name "Marinus". The second is that it originates from Indo-European root and means "swamp valley".

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4.3
(10 reviews)
Mateo
very good!!!
Amber
The geographical location of the town was interesting and made it easy to access from other areas using the great transport systems. The bed in the hotel room was very comfy and the surroundings very beautiful. Very good.
Giselle
Sharing breakfast with other families from the town resulted to new adventures. While the kids played with their mates, we went for hiking along the marked hiking trails as we marvelled at the beautiful nature. Donji Miholjac is a lovely place.
Josef
I had a great breakfast at one of the best hotels in the town and there were new entrees every day.The chef knew how to charm us with his great food, the chef also makes something special for anyone who has birthdays there. Very incredible.
Michael
I was excited to reach this place, where I enjoyed long walks in the woods and fresh country air. The greenery was so refreshing and pleasant to look at. The sound of animals running around in the woods was an unforgettable experience. The natural river below was such a sight to behold. I loved the place.
Saga
The history of the place is one of the fascinating things that it has in conjunction with the architectural structures that bless the plain. We had the opportunity of visiting the archaeological sites and loved the pleasing appearance and its sight.
Edwin
We walked in the dense forest with the help of tour guides, the walk was worthwhile as we admired the beautiful sceneries as we gasped in fresh air. We found different species of plants and animals in this place, thank God they were protected. We also collected some archaeological artefacts and set our eyes on archaeological artefacts in the archaeological find in this location.