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From Zagreb: Moslavina Microregion and Village Day Trip

Product ID: 228913
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Explore Croatia's Moslavina village and surrounding microregion on a day trip from Zagreb. Enjoy the scenic countryside while spending time in nature, drinking delightful wine, and trying tasty traditional food.
About this activity
Duration 7 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live tour guide
Wheelchair accessible
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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  • Explore the interesting microregion of Moslavina
  • Sip on top-quality wines
  • Learn more about the region at the Moslavina Museum
  • Enjoy your time in mesmerizing landscapes
Full description
Get ready for a full day of special experiences because the Moslavina microregion will be sure to leave you impressed. The scenic wine roads will take you to agrotourism Kezele where you can indulge in a tasting of top-quality wines. Enjoy the wonderful landscapes and relaxing environment of the countryside while trying wine unique to Croatia.

Learn more about culture, folk costumes, and wheat cultivation in this region on a visit to the village's ethnographic department of Moslavina Museum. After your museum visit, it'll be time for lunch. Try and savor the traditional stew of Moslavačka Kotlovina, which is made on open fire. After lunch, be sure to enjoy the fresh village air as you explore the surrounding forest paths and vineyards. The more adventurous should definitely try horseback riding at the nearby stables.
  • Transportation
  • Guide
  • Welcome drink
  • Ethnographic collection visit
  • Wine cellar visit
  • 3-course lunch
What’s Not Included
  • Personal expenses
  • Gratuities

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Meeting point

Zrinjevac Square, next to Meteorological Post

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