They provide much better value than spas closer to Zagreb or , and see fewer tourists. Classical and religious music concerts are often held here. Što može natjerati 15-ogodišnjake da se, bez ikakva povoda, èetiri sata doslovno iživljavaju nad godinu dana mlaðim nepoznatim. After a tour of the collection, have a coffee at the museum's outdoor cafe. The interior was finished off in 1938—1942 when leading Croatian painter Mirko Rački covered the walls and ceilings with brightly coloured frescoes illustrating famous episodes from the Old and New Testaments. Due to its important location near the junction of the Drava and Danube rivers, this large and once prosperous town the fourth largest city in Croatia with a current population of around 101,000 bore much of the brunt of the conflict in the 1990s. Other: Croatians typically stop by the local bakery pekara or pekarna for quick snacks like burek a cheese pastry , hrenovke hot dog or sausage baked in bread , pizza, and other salty snacks.
Connections between Osijek and Munich as well as Frankfurt are planned for 2015. Tvrđa contains a number of museums including the Museum of Slavonia and Museum of Archeology , the Palace of Slavonian General Command now home to the University of Osijek , as well as restaurants, bars and cafes--making it a good night-life destination. Truly a retro experience in the most fun way possible. A painstaking restoration has restored it to its former glory, though shortly afterwards a McDonald's restaurant opened up on the ground floor. Down the street from the parks, Europska Avenija is known for its row of magnificent secession style buildings, many of which were restored in 2017, including the majestic Municipal Court building. It features artifacts from the various tribes that have lived in the city including the Celts and Romans.
The gallery also hosts Individual exhibitions and retrospectives including the Slavonian Biennale, The Memorial of Ivo Kerdić — the Triennial of Croatian Medals and Small Sculptures, and the annual Days of Graphic Arts. Just behind the City and University Library of Osijek located at the corner of Europska and Ulica Vjekoslava Hengla is Kino Urania, another great example of secessionist architecture. Timetables, tickets and other information are not easily accessible online. Hotel Central is located at the central square of the city. The Museum regularly holds workshops and events as well as special exhibitions. Local buses fill the gaps where the trams do not run and are quite frequent.
Shows, concerts and opera are performed weekly. Mary the other, renovated portion, to a clinic , and they will be delighted to show you around. Buses and taxis connect the airport with the city center and hotels. Roka 13, Tel: +385 31 310 490 Fax: +385 31 310 499. There are a number of bars and cafes, including that of Hotel Osijek 4 star hotel and Restoran Kompa named after the old-school ferry that brings passengers to the Zoo across the river , as well as river boat restaurants such as Galija and El Paso. Buses are riding cca every 10-15 minutes in the city area, and every 20-25 minutes those which are connecting the settlements around the city Tenja, Sarvas, Visnjevac, Josipovac, Cepin, Vladislavci, Bilje, Darda, Bizovac, Nemetin, Bijelo Brdo.
There is also a secondary airport, used exclusively for sport and private flying purposes Sport Airport Čepin. On the square in front of the church can also be seen traces from where a Muslim mosque had been built during the brief Ottoman occupation. U uvodu sjednice nizala su se oèitovanja, i to na prijedlogu da se dnevni red, dopuni Odlukom o slanju apela predsjedniku Republike Ivi Josipoviæu u kojemu se od njega traži predlaganje izvanredne sjednice Vlade o položaju Hrvatskog seljaka. Rakija Viljamovka Croatia Notable Bars + Clubs: The center of Croatian social life is at the various kafić the Croatian equivalent of a cafe , where locals go for both coffee and drinks. Come to learn more about the history and traditions of the region. Hotel Ariston is located close to the bus and railwaystation.
Highway A5 or Slavonika connects Osijek to A3. A map of the local transport system can be found on the Tourist Board's website. Osijek Archeological Museum Osijek is the largest city and the economic and the cultural centre of the eastern Croatian region of Slavonia, as well as the administrative center of Osijek-Baranja county. Located here as well is the Church of St. Opt for the joint ticket, which includes admission to the Museum of Slavonia, Archaeological Museum and the Gallery of Fine Arts. The spa is easily accessible by train or bus.
One of a number of castles owned by the Pejačević Family the nicest of which is in nearby Našice , it was built after Maria Theresa gifted the lands in 1750. You can access information about train schedules and tickets through the website for Croatian Railways. Osijek is surrounded by some of the best wines in Croatia, with Slavonia best known for its white, such as graševina, traminac; kapistran; and Rajnski rizling, although the red are very good, as well. There is now also international service by Ryanair,which started servicing flights to London Gatwick. The priest lives right next door and will proudly take you inside the church and explain everything about the history, architectural style, and other interesting facts.
You can also experience the ride with the oldest tram in Europe, which has been renovated for sightseeing tours. Otherwise, it is fairly straightforward and well-designed city to traverse by foot with few hills. Do not be afraid of the dog in the yard, which is a pet of the nuns. Posljednjih mjeseci, ili èak godina, svjedoci smo eskalacije maloljetnièkog, odnosno vršnjaèkog nasilja. The network is currently being completely overhauled and more than doubled in length, and the city's old trams are being modernized. Zbog evidentnih problema u kojima su seljaci, prij. This town was completely blown up in the recent conflict due to being on the border of Croatia and Serbia and having a mixed-ethnic population, and provides the visitor with a fascinating if not sobering view on the war.