Printable maps of Velika Gorica
Interactive maps of hiking and biking routes around Velika Gorica
1. You can zoom in/out using your mouse wheel, as well as move the map of Velika Gorica with your mouse.
2. This interactive map presents two modes: 'Biking Routes' and 'Hiking Routes'. Use the '+' button on the map to switch between them.
Railway and landscape maps of Velika Gorica area
This Velika Gorica map has two modes: 'Railway Network' and 'Landscape & Rural Map'. Use the '+' button on the map to navigate.
Velika Gorica - guide chapters
City tours, excursions and tickets in Velika Gorica and surroundings
Croatia - moving around the country
Zadar Airport is one of the oldest in Croatia. It receives flights from most European countries. Its carrying capacity is in the range of three hundred thousand a year. It is located less than 10 kilometers from the city of Zadar. To get to the city’s bus station, you can use the buses of various carriers. It is worth noting that only this airport has a business terminal. You can find on its territory, special lounges for those who want to relax before or after the flight. In addition, there is a Duty Free shop, bank branches, a medical center, cafes and restaurants, and parking.
Overview of festivals and celebrations in Croatia
Croatia is a deeply religious country. Therefore, holidays associated with religion, enjoy a special attitude. The main holiday of the Catholic world of Croatia is Easter. Its date is not fixed and, every year, it changes. The next day after Easter, Monday, is a non-working day, which speaks of the special importance of the holiday for the Croats. Women bake cakes and serve festive tables; relatives give each other memorable gifts. There are solemn church processions and gastronomic fairs on the streets of many cities. Another spectacular religious holiday is the feast of the Divine body and blood. It’s taking place on the 54th day after Easter. On this day, churches also organize solemn processions with holy gifts through the streets of the city or around churches. On December 25, Croatia, like other Catholic countries, celebrates Christmas. This holiday is considered a family one. On the Christmas Eve, the whole family gathers at a big table. The main dish of the feast is baked carp. There must be different sweets on the festive Christmas table. Already in early December, there are fairs in the central areas of the cities. There, you can buy small souvenirs and gifts for the holiday. The fairs are colorful. They also feature theatrical performances and folk festivals. It is customary to discuss plans for the next year. After dinner, the Croats often go to the temples for Christmas services. The New Year celebration in Croatia is also accompanied by mass festivities. It is customary to gather in the central squares where the best view of the festive salute opens.