Towns of Eastern Croatia

Osijek
Osijek
Osijek
OSIJEK

The biggest town and also the political and educational center of Eastern Croatia. The town lies next to the river Drava, 25 km away from the Danube. The 4th biggest town of Croatia with a baroque fortress surrounded by numerous parks. The European Avenue is for sure the most astonishing Art Nouveau street in the region.  Explore the lively Upper Town and taste local craft beer or enjoy a walk on the river promenade.

djakovo

Since the medieval times Djakovo was known as a bishop’s town. Even today it is the seat of the archbishop with the most beautiful cathedral from Venice to Istanbul. It is nicknamed the Heart of Slavonia. If you are a horse lover you will be pleased to see almost 200 Lipizzaner horses.

Djakovo
Ergela
Vukovar
Vukovar
Vukovar
VUKOVAR

The city of heroes. The town which was almost completely demolished during the Croatian War of Independence. It is situated just next to the mighty Danube where you can sail on a tour boat. In Vukovar you can hear more about the recent sad, but yet important history, visit beautiful baroque Eltz palace or explore the Museum of 5000 year old Vucedol culture.

ilok

The capital of wine of Eastern Croatia. Ilok is famous for its white Traminer wine which was served during the coronation of Queen Elisabeth II. It was brought by the Italian Odescalchi family and today their palace is the town museum. From the Ilok hill you can see the amazing view of the Danube and Northern Serbia.

Ilok
Ilok podrum
Ilok
Vinkovci
Vinkovci
VINKOVCI

One of the oldest continuously inhabited towns in Europe. The ancient calendar found in 1978 – Orion is the symbol of the town. The Bosut river is so slow – just like the slow pace of living of the locals. Located at the railway intersection it was always an important town of Slavonia.

Villages of Baranja

The land of marshlands, vineyards and delicious freshwater fish delicacies. Emerge into multicultural villages, go for a boat ride or enjoy in the bird watching. The untouched nature will surprise you.

And many many more towns with their own charm are awaiting to be explored!