OSIJEK CITY BREAK
This town in the midst of the flow of the Drava River got its name from the word ‘oseka’, which means an elevated part of the soil above the river. Osijek is a place of Croatian, Austro-Hungarian and even Ottoman heritage, which you will notice primarily through the rich customs and gastronomy.
Take a walk in the town or ride a bike in the length and in the breadth of it, which will most certainly take you to the very heart of this town – the Tvrđa, but also to the valuable samples of the Baroque architecture such as the sculpture of the Holy Trinity and the General Military Barracks, a well-known facility that can also be found on the reverse side of the 200 kuna banknote. Taking a stroll on the promenade, you will get to the Sts. Peter and Paul Co-Cathedral. You will have a most special view from the suspension bridge. For all the green surface lovers, Osijek is a town with as many as 17 parks, while the veduta is additionally adorned by the secession quarter with its monumental private and public palaces such as the gallery, court and post office buildings.