Veliki Tabor is a fortress in northwestern Croatian, near Desinic, at an altitude of 334 m. It is a first-class heritage monument, one of the best preserved medieval cities in Croatia and a representative of the fortification architecture of the late Middle Ages. Its name derives from the name of the camp which meant war camp or fortifications built to defend against the Turks. Veliki Tabor is one of the best preserved late medieval and Renaissance fortified cities in the continental Croatia. According to architectural forms, building techniques and method of fortification dates from the second half of the 15th century. Although a medieval fortress turned into a castle in the 17th and 18th centuries, has maintained a late-Gothic forms and architectural composition.
From 1 April to 30 September On weekdays, except Monday, from 9-17 pm (last admission to the museum - 16 hours) Saturdays, Sundays and holidays: 9-19 pm (last admission to the museum - 18 hours) October and March On weekdays, except Monday, from 9-16 pm (last admission to the museum in 15 hours) Saturdays, Sundays and holidays: 9-17 pm (last admission to the museum in 16 hours) From 1 November to end of February Every day except Mondays: 9-16 pm (last admission to the museum in 15 hours)
How to get there
Highway Zagreb- Macelj, exit Krapina and by road to Pregrada and Desinic
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