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Visit Plitvice Lakes

Visit Plitvice Lakes

Do you want to visit & explore Plitvice Lakes? 

What is Plitvice Lakes National Park?

Plitvice Lakes National Parks contains 16 interconnecting lakes.

The lakes have different colors; from emerald green to turquoise to deep blue, depending on mineral content and lighting conditions.

The scenery is stunning.

A very unique destination combines lakes, waterfalls, and cool boardwalk trails.

There are beautiful views at every turn.

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Plitvice Lakes became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979.

Over 1 million tourists visit this tourist attraction each year, making it one of Croatia's most popular attractions.

Most people visit during the summer, so if you are planning a trip from June through August, expect large crowds.

Where is Plitvice Lakes located?

Plitvice Lakes is located in central Croatia.

What are Plitvice Lakes National Park?

Plitvice is a group of 16 natural lakes and is a UNESCO heritage site due to its breathtaking views, its fauna and the unique turquoise waters of the lakes.

How long does it take to check out the place?

For instance, if you want to simply check the place off your to-do list, or, if you are on a tight schedule, it is totally doable in 1 day.

Can you swim in Plitvice Lakes?

Unfortunately for you, swimming has been forbidden in the park since 2006.

What are the best places to see in Plitvice Lakes National Park?

For example The Great Waterfall (one of the main attractions of the park) can be seen soon after you enter Plitvice Lakes using Entrance 1, so this is totally doable.

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