This town is located near Zagreb; it is a major economic center, which, besides all other attractions, is famous for its beauty and iconic places. Osijek is conditionally divided into three parts: Upper and Lower town, and the fortress Tvrda.
The Upper City will be the most interesting for tourists because all main attractions, popular shopping centers and restaurants are located there. The best shops can be found on the Kapucinska Street. This is the location of boutiques, offering apparel and accessories by popular European brands, as well as rich choice of perfumery and the largest grocery stores. The main square of the Upper City is called Trg Ante Starcevica. Here you can walk among historic buildings, which construction finished in the 19th century.
Narrow streets will lead you to the beautiful park located on the bank of the Drva River. On the territory of the park you will see a pedestrian bridge that allows moving from one bank to another. The Cathedral of St Peter and Paul is one of the main religious attractions. Its construction was completed in 1900; this is a beautiful building in the late Gothic style, and the height of one of the towers reaches 90 meters. Near the central square you can find one more beautiful building - the National Theatre. The building was completely renovated after it had been damaged during the war with Serbia.
Many entertainment centers can be found around the Europska Avenue Square. It is the oldest library of the city. It was opened in 1905, and the Gallery of Fine Arts was founded a year later. The Holy Trinity Square is a great place for walks. Here you can see the monuments and sculptures of the past. In the eastern part of the square is the location of St. Michael Church. The Museum of Slavonia is located just nearby.