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Marija Bistrica Sanctuary and Gornja Stubica Day Trip from Zagreb including Traditional Food Tasting

Price USD$100.00


Marija Bistrica Sanctuary and Gornja Stubica Day Trip from Zagreb including Traditional Food Tasting
A perfect escape from noisy city is just couple miles away from Zagreb. The Croatian Zagorje is relatively small piece of land boasts an extraordinary rich history and cultural heritage. No other part of Croatia can offer that many medieval castles and fortifications, churches and abbeys, and archaeological sites that attract visitors. You will also get a chance to try and taste local food and wine typical for this region.

Departure from Zagreb. Arrival to Marija Bistrica, the largest Marian sanctuary in Croatia and sightseeing with the local chaplain. In Marija Bistrica, you will also get a chance to learn how \'licitar\', a colorfully decorated biscuit made of sweet honey dough, is made for tourists. It comes in numerous forms and intricate designs, such as horses, cherries and birds, but most often in the shape of a heart. It is a perfect souvenir from Croatia that you can see on numerous post cards. If Croatia steals your heart away, take Croatia\'s heart with you.

After Marija Bistrica you will depart to Gornja Stubica and visit Museum Peasants Revolt which represents a very significant part of Croatian history. Sightseeing of the Agustincic monument and linden of Matija Gubec in whose shade he gathered like-minded people and prepare one of the most important part of Croatian history ? \'Selja?ka buna\' (revolt by peasants). After sightseeing of Gornja Stubica departure to tourist village, where you are going taste the traditional food and wine typical for this region. Plan to be back in Zagreb later in the afternoon.

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A perfect escape from noisy city is just couple miles away from Zagreb. The Croatian Zagorje is relatively small piece of land boasts an extraordinary rich history and cultural heritage. No other part of Croatia can offer that many medieval castles and fortifications, churches and abbeys, and archaeological sites that attract visitors. You will also get a chance to try and taste local food and wine typical for this region.