The Plitvice Lakes National Park is the geographically largest national park in Croatia and at the same time the oldest national park of South East Europe.
The almost untouched nature of the 300,000-hectare national park provides habitat for many protected plants, such as the rare species of orchid lady's slipper. In the dense forests of the park bears, wolves and wild boar. Take a visit to the National Park enough time. There are numerous well-marked hiking trails to the individual lakes with viewing platforms. At the entrances and at several locations in the park there are restaurants and bistros for the pleasure of his visitors.