Plitvice Lakes are a phenomenon and one of the jewels of the world’s natural heritage. As the oldest and the largest national park in the Republic of Croatia, this area has always attracted many nature-lovers with its unique, natural beauty. On 8th April 1949, Plitvice Lakes were declared the first national park in Croatia, and due to their exceptional natural value, on 26th October 1979, they were the first in Croatia and among the first in the world inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
If you decide to visit this National Park, you can take a tour with a guide or discover the lakes on your own, following some of the 8 circular tour programs of the lake zone of the Park and watching the beauty of numerous waterfalls through 8 km long visitor trails. Ticket prices vary depending on the season and can be purchased online or on the spot, at the entrance to the Park. In addition to the walk through the Park, the ticket includes a panoramic train ride as well as an electric boat ride across largest Plitvice lake, Kozjak, even with pets, who are always welcome in the National Park, but with the use of a leash in order to provide safety for other visitors.