Can you store luggage at Plitvice Lakes?

Yes! There is free luggage storage at both entrances to the national park. The luggage storage is in the tourist office and available during office hours.

Where is Lika Senj?

Lika is located in the central part of the Croatian, bordered by the Velebit mountain to the west and south and the east Pljesivica. On the northern part borders are on the area of Gorski Kotar.

Are you allowed to swim in Plitvice Lakes?

Swimming is forbidden in Plitvice Lakes National Park. The Korana river flows into Plitvice Lakes National Park and is just as inviting on a hot day as Plitvice’s sparkling lakes.

Which is the best entrance to Plitvice Lakes?

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. If you travel by car, you will like to know that parking spaces are abundant even in a high season.

How much does it cost to visit Plitvice Lakes?

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.

How many lakes are in Plitvice?

16 lakes
Plitvička Lakes, also spelled Plitvice Lakes, Croatian Plitvička Jezera, continuous chain of 16 lakes and many waterfalls in western Croatia.

What is a Lika?

Lika (Croatian: [lǐːka]) is a traditional region of Croatia proper, roughly bound by the Velebit mountain from the southwest and the Plješevica mountain from the northeast.

How long should you spend at Plitvice Lakes?

Plitvice Lakes are reachable on a day trip from Zagreb, Zadar and Split. However, we recommend spending at least one night in the area to allow you to experience everything the park has to offer. With this in mind, plan at least 2 days for visiting Plitvice Lakes National Park.

Is Plitvice Lakes worth visiting?

Is Plitvice Lakes worth visiting? First things first, Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia really is as beautiful as the photos make it seem and it is definitely worth visiting. Much like the rest of the country, the scenery and landscape is stunning.