Between Zagreb and Rijeka, Ogulin is a charming medieval and renaissance town located at the foot of the magnificent Klek mountain, in a valley where two rivers, the Dobra and the Mrezhnica, flow intertwined. The presence of the city is witnessed as early as the 15th century, when the Frankopan castle built in the heart of the historic core functioned as a protective fortress. Today, there is the Ogulin Fairy Tale Festival, which attracts visitors of all ages. Near the Plitvice Lakes National Park, Ogulin is a pleasant stop for enjoying numerous outdoor activities, such as rafting, canoeing on the river Mrežnica and Lake Sabljaci, trekking, hiking at high altitudes, horseback riding and relaxation in the city.
№441 in Cities of Croatia