Vrbovsko occupies the extreme eastern part of Gorski kotar. Vrbovsko belonged to the Frankopans who were the owners and masters of this area and is one of the oldest inhabited places in Gorski kotar. A significant written historical source is also related to the Modrushki urbar from 1486, which mentions the Vrbovshchina region, Gomirje and Lukovdol. An important geo-traffic position has long been crucial for the arrival of many visitors and occasional travelers to Vrbovsko, as evidenced by the fact that catering as an activity began to appear in Vrbovsko in parallel with the construction of roads and railways in the 18th and 19th centuries. is one of the significant economic drivers of the place. Tourism as an activity is increasingly entering the lives of the citizens of Vrbovsko, which is the primary goal.

№284 in Cities of Croatia

The Vrbovsko Maps


(11 reviews)
The historic attractions at this place were great. I toured several sights and I was amazed by their beauty of them. I then went to the beach to swim to cool off the heat of the day. The trip was fine.
On arrival I learnt that Vrbovsko belonged to the Frankopanska who were the owners and masters of this area. I also saw the written historical sources related to the Modrushki urbar. It was a great learning experience.
I love the scenic beauty of this place that is surrounded by green vegetation. In the restaurants around, the catering services were on top notch- they were fast and friendly to us. The weather was favourable to us and the atmosphere were lovely.
This town has been inhabited since the 15th century. It is a really old town. One could tell by its ancient architectural design and style. It is surrounded by dense vegetation. I enjoyed taking a nature. It is such a lovely and unique town.
The architectural design of this town just stands out. I really loved every moment I spent here. The buildings were in good condition despite the town having existed since the 15th century. The town is surrounded by immense nature.
I loved touring the green forests in the region. I was curious to explore the wildlife of the location and learn about the indigenous vegetation in the land. It was an adventurous and learning experience.
I learned about the history of the location and was awed by the revolution. the land initially belonged to the Frankopanska who were masters in the area. also, the modernization of the location is what has opened it up to the world.