Full of history. A must visit attractions when in Varazdin. There is a friendly guide to explain the history however it is in Croatian. Overall a good experience
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We visited Varazdin on a Sunday and most of the village was closed. We still found the town to be very charming. The Stari Grad was on our list of things to see but we almost missed it as it was not very well marked....More
The Varaždin Fortress began being built in the fourteenth century albeit the rounded towers, typical of gothic Croatian architecture, were added in the fifteenth. It’s located on the northwest edge of Varaždin and it’s one of the most important cultural monuments of the city. In...More
Unfortunately, the castle had already closed on the afternoon we spent in Varazdin, so we were unable to have a look inside. The outside is stunning, however. We enjoyed wandering around the encircling green space snapping photos and taking in the lovely views.
The old castle is now a city museum, it offers a geat insight into the life of people in Varaždin in the past. There are rooms decorated the way they used to be, with original furniture, clothes the women wore everyday and weapons such as...More
An excellent stopping point when traveling on the roads of Croatia on the way to Hungary. Is a small village known for its castle and central square. An exquisite landscape! Castle very well kept, the interior has paid entrance!
The castle is great and the museum offers great content. The walk around the castle is nice, but when you come behind the castle, you see bad things. Underage kids drinking and graffiti everywhere. I think they should do something about that, but everything else...More