Echoes of Tradition

Slavonia is a land of legends, with its myths and secrets proudly passed down through the generations. Here the locals fiercely

uphold their traditions, such as harvest festivals, traditional dresses and the popular local music.


They are also generous hosts, always ready to engage in a heart-to-heart over a glass of one of the many quality wines

produced by the area’s fertile lowlands and some of the spicy local dishes such as čobanac (stew) or fiš paprikaš (fish soup).

Where to go

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Cathedral in Đakovo

The largest sacral building in Slavonia is the cathedral in Đakovo, dedicated to St. Peter, and described by Pope John XXIII as the most beautiful church between Venice and Tsargrad.

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Karanac – Ethno village

In Karanac visitors can experience the feeling of far gone, past times, where each household had a story that was slowly carried on from generation to generation, keeping its authenticity and lifestyle far from the hustle and bustle of an urban area.

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Kutjevo is the capital of wine in continental Croatia. The town is situated in the fertile Požega 'golden' valley, on the southern slopes of Krndija and Papuk in a narrow valley of the small river Kutjevčanka.

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The archaeological site Vučedol

The archaeological site Vučedol is located along the bank of Dunav, 5 km downstream from Vukovar and it is one of the most important sites of Eneolithic period.

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Vinkovci – The Capital of Šokadija

The city of rich history, culture, architecture, folklore, traditions and customs. The continuity of settlement over more than 7000 years is very rare even in European terms.

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Kopački rit

Kopački Rit Nature Park is a unique wetlands reserve with one of the largest fish spawning grounds in Central Europe, and an area of high ornithological interest.

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The unique character of its geology, biology and authentic cultural characteristics have made Papuk Nature Park the only UNESCO geo-park in Croatia.

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Odescalchi Castle and Medieval Walls in the Town of Ilok

Above the Danube rise the walls of the fortress and castle of the Odescalchi princes, with its Renaissance park architecture, church and monastery of St. John of Capistrano. They are all part of the well-preserved urban complex in Croatia’s easternmost town of Ilok.

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Osijek Fortress

The romantic old centre of the town gained its basic contours at the beginning of the eighteenth (Baroque) century, combining a military fortification and organised civic life.