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Central Croatia is home to the 295 square kilometers-large Plitvie Lakes National Park. It is well-known for its string of 16 terraced lakes connected by waterfalls that jut into a limestone canyon. Walking and hiking paths crisscross the water, and an electric boat connects the 12 higher and 4 lower lakes.

The national park was established in 1949 and is located inside the mountainous karst region of central Croatia, close to the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina. The crucial north-south route connects Croatia’s inland with the Adriatic coast and travels throughout the national park area.

More than a million visitors are counted annually.

Entry fees are varied and can cost up to 300 Kuna or €39 per adult individual.

By Marvellos Yunusa

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