Vuglec Breg

What the surrounding area has to offer

Description

Vuglec Breg is an ideal starting point if you want to explore Zagorje and its natural beauty and cultural sites. Within a thirty-kilometer-radius, you can visit museums, castles, shrines, and chapels; swim at spas; and even go skiing during the wintertime at ski resorts, which are just an hour away.

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What to visit?
  • Trakošćan Castle - 33 km from Vuglec Breg, is one of the most attractive castles in Croatia. Built in the 13th century as a small observation fortress, it was subsequently reconstructed and enlarged, little by little, in the 16th, 18th, and 19th centuries by the Drašković family.
  • Veliki Tabor - This noble fortress is one of the most important cultural and historical monuments of continental Croatia. Situated on the peak of Hum Košnićki, at 333 m above sea level, it has dominated the region of Zagorje for more than half a millennium.
  • Croatian National Sanctuary of Our Lady of Bistrica in Marija Bistrica
  • Krapina Neanderthal Museum
  • Birthplace and Memorial Museum of Ljudevit Gaj, leader of the Illyrian National Movement and founder of the Croatian language.
  • The Staro selo Museum in Kumrovec is the only traditionally adjusted area of ​​the region of Zagorje, which shows visitors the authentic appearance of a original Zagorje village from the beginning of the 20th century.
  • The Peasants’ Revolt Museum is located at Castle Oršić, built in 1756.
  • Terme Tuhelj & Aquae Vivae thermal spa
  • Roses fashion outlet center in Sv. Križ Začretje