What is special about Plitvice Lakes National Park?

What is special about Plitvice Lakes National Park?

Plitvice Lakes is one of the most unique places to visit in Croatia. With easy walking trails, boardwalks suspended over the turquoise water, stunning viewpoints, and photogenic waterfalls, this is the type of place that is perfect for visitors of all ages.

Does it cost to get into Plitvice Lakes National Park?

Ticket Prices and Parking One day adult tickets prices are as follows: 55 kuna (8 USD) in winter; 110 kuna (16 USD) in Apr-June and Sep-Oct; and 180 kuna (26 USD) in July and August. See here for the ticket prices on the park’s official website. All buses and ferries within the park are included in the ticket price.

What is the best time to visit Plitvice Lakes National Park Croatia?

The shoulder season (April, May, September, October) is best, and the weather will still be pleasant. The best times of day for visiting Plitvice Lakes are in the morning (from 7am-10am) and after 4pm (closing time varies by time of year, but it is open during daylight hours).

How do I get into Plitvice?

Entrances to the park The waterfalls can be accessed through two main entrances open to the public, and the third auxiliary entrance Flora. North entrance, known as Plitvice lakes entrance 1, is just above lower lakes, while the south entrance, Plitvice lakes entrance 2, is next to the Upper Lakes.

How long does it take to walk Plitvice Lakes?

Walking / Hiking around Plitvice Lakes is easy and well organised. There are about eight different routes that involve walking/hiking that lasts from two and a half to about eight hours. The routes are named as trails A, B, C, E, F, H K (see details below) with the length of between 3 km to 18 km.

Can you swim in Plitvice?

Alas. Swimming is forbidden in Plitvice Lakes National Park. As a tour guide once explained to me, “The lakes are also a resevoir for drinking water! We just can’t allow swimming”.