Our first stop following a pick up at your accommodation in Zagreb will be the Neanderthal Museum in Krapina. Your friendly guide will introduce you to this historical place that is the largest site of Neanderthal fossils in the world.
This place is great for all ages who wish to find out more about cosmic and chemical evolution, evolution of life and realistic representation of our ancestors. Next, we head on to visit the best preserved and most famous Croatian castle, Trakošćan. This monumental building dates back to 13th century and was serving as a defensive fortress. Later in the 19th century it was renovated in neo-gothic style and surrounding landscape was styled after the model of English park. Stroll around the halls of this beautiful place listening to legends and facts about its history and see a valuable collection of paintings, furniture and weapons from the Renaissance until Historicism. Our last stop will be Kumrovec - a birthplace of marshal Josip Broz Tito (1892–1980), the president of Yugoslavia. Here you will have a chance to look into the life of Zagorje peasants as you explore the Ethnological Museum with 18 village houses displaying permanent exhibitions of artifacts related to their life and work in the 19th-20th century. Also, see the birth house of Tito featuring the Memorial Museum of Marshal Tito. After a sightseeing tour your guide can recommend you a restaurant serving traditional local food for a late lunch before your return back to Zagreb.