Dugo Selo

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The city has about 17,531 inhabitants, and is located 23 km east of Zagreb - for centuries it developed at the intersection of railways. The history and culture of this area was marked by the name of St. Martin, but also by the Knights Templar. The viticulture tradition of this area has resulted in tourist events related to wine, such as Vincekovo on Martin Breg - marking the beginning of work in the vineyards and St. Martin's Day, the celebration of the "baptism" of wine. Dugoselske jeseni - entertainment and cultural event lasts from the beginning of September to 11th of November, St. Martin’s Day.

№144 in locations of Croatia

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4.6
(8 reviews)
Mateo
very good!!!
Kenneth
I enjoyed my trip to this town immensely. I loved the taxi shuttles that took me on trips around town. The drivers were cheerful, professional, and always on time. I had a hassle-free stay. This is a fantastic town.
Greta
This town boasts of some ancient buildings from as far as the 16th century that still stand in place. Their magnificent architectural styles and beautiful gardens are good spots to stroll in and have family picnics. This town is a gem.
Simon
My wife and I visited this beautiful town and we had an unforgettable experience. The hot air balloon flights were incredible and the stunning views of the green landscape are forever stuck in my mind. The pilots were really pros and we had a smooth experience.
Chloe
There are a lot of fantastic sights to visit in Dugo Selo. My husband and I loved visiting the archeological sites that had a lot of ancient ruins and remains to admire. The tranquility in these places is very soothing. It was a memorable trip.
Justin
Dugo Selo is a magical town. This is my favorite destination spot for me and my family. We especially love watching the incredible waterfalls and the beautiful lakes that look so out of this world. I highly recommend it.
Roderick
My friends and I had a terrific time in this town. The trendy bars and clubs are always full of activity. We loved the outside seating where we could sip our drinks and watch the people come and go. It was a sensational trip.