Ticket prices slashed at Plitvice Lakes National Park this week
- by croatiaweek
- in News
A chance to visit one of Croatia’s most popular and spectacular tourist attractions at a heavily reduced price.
Plitvice Lakes National Park have reduced ticket prices for ‘Promo Week’. Adult entry tickets to Plitvice Lakes National Park will be slashed from 150 kuna to 50 kuna until Sunday 14 October.
Tickets during the peak summer season can reach up to 250 kuna.
Tickets until Sunday for students will be 30 kuna instead of the usual 100 kuna in October with kids between 7-18 just 20 kuna instead of 80 kuna.
Kids under 7 can enter the National Park for free.
As well as discounted entry ticket prices, there will also be discounts at restaurants.
There is also a special offer until 21 October where visitors to Plitvice Lakes National Park will get a 15% discount on a ticket to the popular freshwater aquarium in Karlovac – Aquatika.
Plitvice Lakes is the oldest and largest national park in Croatia. With its exceptional natural beauty, this area has always attracted nature lovers, and already on 8 April 1949, it was proclaimed Croatia’s first national park.
The most attractive part of the park – the lakes – cover just under 1% of the total park area.
The lake system is comprised of 16 named and several smaller unnamed lakes, cascading one into the next. Due to the geological substrate and characteristic hydrogeological conditions, the lake system has been divided into the Upper and Lower lakes. The lakes end in the impressive waterfalls Sastavci, with the Korana River springing under the base of the falls.
The Plitvice Lakes National Park offers visitors seven different routes.