Its 16 dazzling turquoise lakes and numerous waterfalls and creeks surrounded by thick forests are quite a unique natural phenomenon. Winter offers the unforgettable experience of frozen waterfalls and lakes and splendid abundance of water running down scattered waterfalls is a must-see in spring, while summer offers a special sense of charm. The average elevation of the Plitvice Lakes is 600 m. The Lakes became a national park in 1949, and a UNESCO Heritage Site in 1979. The National Park is open all year round.
Tickets can be purchased only in advance, at least 2 days prior your arrival.:
Price list 2020
Price per person
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The Plitvice Lakes National Park
Josipa Jovića 19
Science Research Centre “Dr. Ivo Pevalek”
HR 53231 Plitvička jezera
Croatia – Europa
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