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Go for: Tickets with guaranteed entry
Duration: 3-4 hours
Go for: Tickets with flexible entry
Duration: 4-5 hours
Go for: Full-day tour
Duration: 12 hours
Guide: English-speaking guide
Children between the ages of 3 and 14 years can enjoy reduced pricing on their tickets on presentation of a valid ID.
The Lower Lakes of Plitvice Lakes National Park are known for their crystal-clear waters. The Lower Lakes system lives in a canyon of porous limestone and consists of four separate lakes.
The Upper Lakes of Plitvice consist of 12 crystalline lakes connected by a series of more than 90 cascades and waterfalls. The Upper Lakes were created on impermeable dolomite rocks.
Šupljara Cave, Kozjačka draga cave, and Čudinka pećina Cave are in the canyon of the Lower Lakes. These caves are geomorphological natural monuments featuring stunning stalactites and stalagmites, underground rivers, and lakes.
The National Park is heavily forested, mainly with beech, spruce, fir trees, and Alpine and Mediterranean vegetation in some areas. There are 1,267 plant species belonging to 112 different plant families recorded.
The Park is home to diverse fauna because of conservation and sustainability. So far, 259 vertebrates encapsulating 50 mammal species, 161 bird species, and 20 bat species are natives.
Accessibility: Due to the location of Plitvice Lakes National Park and the terrain, not all paths, trails, and areas are accessible to people using wheelchairs or those with impaired mobility. Park employees can recommend the most accessible route, however visitors who need assistance in moving around should keep in mind that they will not be able to access many areas of the park.
Luggage storage: Visitors can keep their luggage in the free luggage storage areas, which are located near both entrances to the national park.
Accommodation: Hotel Plitvice, Hotel Jezero, and Hotel Bellevue are among the many hotels located in or near the national park.
Plitvice Lakes National Park has many restaurants located in and around its premises:
Lička Kuća: Situated close to Entrance 1, Lička Kuća restaurant offers culinary delights from Croatia's Lika region.
Plitvice Restaurant: In addition to a wide range of traditional Croatian delicacies, diners at Plitvice Restaurant can also enjoy stunning views of the park's cascading waterfalls from the terrace.
Restaurant Korana: Located near the Korana campsite, Restaurant Korana provides guests with spectacular vistas overlooking the breathtaking Korana River Canyon.
With many other restaurants and cafes located throughout the national park, visitors have no shortage of dining choices.
You can buy your Plitvice Lakes National Park tickets online. Online booking is the most convenient way to buy tickets since you can purchase tickets in advance and choose a day and time that best suits you.
Plitvice Lakes National Park tickets start from €40.
Children between the age of 3 and 14 can enjoy discounted tickets.
The Plitvice Lakes National Park Tour begins at 7 AM.
You can reach the Plitvice Lakes National Park by car or via bus from Zadar, Zagreb, and Split.
You can store your luggage at the luggage facility near the national park’s main entrance. There are also many lockers near the hiking trails and popular attractions at Plitvice Lakes National Park for your luggage.
There are many restaurants and cafes at the Plitvice Lakes National Park; Restaurant Korana, Plitvice Restaurant, and Lička Kuća restaurant, to name a few.
You can spend your entire day at Plitvice Lakes National Park.
Except for service animals, pets are not allowed at the Plitvice Lakes National Park.
Yes, you can click pictures at the Plitvice Lakes National Park.
There are lots of restaurants, hotels, campsites, shops, and luggage storage facilities at the Plitvice Lakes National Park.
Certain areas of the national park are accessible for people using wheelchairs through ramps and wooden boardwalks. Visitors can also rent electric mobility scooters if required. However, due to the location and the terrain, not all paths and trails are accessible for wheelchair users or those with impaired mobility.
Yes, it is! The Plitvice Lakes National Park is one of the oldest and largest parks in Croatia. At the park, you can see unique geological and hydrological landscapes, some stunning waterfalls, varied flora and fauna, and lush forests. Be it natural beauty, hiking trails, or Croatian history, the Plitvice National Park has you covered!