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Free tickets to Krka: Visit this National Park on May 1st!

Visitors to National Park Krka can enjoy free tickets to the beautiful Croatian park next monday, on May 1st! 

(Also, until the end of April you can buy a ticket for adults at a 25 percent reduced price – 7,5 eur.)

This offer presents a unique opportunity for tourists to explore one of the country’s most beloved natural wonders without any admission fees.

Free tickets to Krka

Whether you’re an avid hiker, a nature lover, or just someone looking for a peaceful escape, National Park Krka has something for everyone. With a variety of hiking trails that wind through the park’s forests and meadows, visitors can take in the breathtaking scenery and spot a wide variety of wildlife along the way.

The park’s collection of historic watermills and the island of Visovac are also must-see attractions that showcase the region’s rich cultural heritage. The watermills, which have been preserved and restored, offer a glimpse into the past, while the island of Visovac and its beautiful monastery provide a serene and peaceful retreat.

So mark your calendar and make plans to visit National Park Krka on May 1st to take advantage of this special offer and experience one of the most beautiful natural wonders of Croatia!

What to expect from free tickets to Krka? …Well, beauty all around you!

As you enter the park, you’ll be greeted by a chorus of birds singing, and the soothing sound of water flowing. The park is home to a number of magnificent waterfalls, including the iconic Skradinski Buk, which is one of the most visited and photographed waterfalls in Croatia. Here, you can enjoy watching emerald-green pools, stroll along the wooden walkways, and enjoy the picturesque scenery.

Krka also offers a variety of hiking trails that wind through the park’s forests and meadows, providing visitors with stunning views of the surrounding landscape. As you hike through the park, you’ll have the opportunity to spot a wide variety of wildlife, including fish, turtles, and over 200 bird species.

Another must-see attraction in Krka is the island of Visovac, which is home to a beautiful monastery that has been standing for over 600 years. This serene island is accessible only by boat, and it offers visitors a peaceful retreat from the bustling crowds of the mainland.

The river, dragon and stolen love…

If you decide to visit National Park Krka, make sure to hear the enchanting legend associated with it before you explore one of the fortresses within its boundaries. The legend we are talking about is related to one of the most hidden forts in Krka National Park – the Bogočin fort. The remains of the Bogočin fortress are located on a detached rock in the village of Bogatići Prominski, on the left bank of the Krka river. It is assumed that it was a defense fortress of the Nelipić family.

Free tickets to Krka
NP Krka

The remains of the fort can only be accessed from its eastern side, via a preserved medieval road.

The legend we are talking about is related to one of the most hidden forts in Krka National Park – the Bogočin fort. The remains of the Bogočin fortress are located on a detached rock in the village of Bogatići Prominski, on the left bank of the Krka river. It is assumed that it is a defense fortress of the Nelipić family.

Folklore tells about the rich prince Bogoj, who built it for his son Bogdan and his beloved Miljeva from Ključ at the mouth of the Čikola. Legend has it that Cika’s mother richly prepared Miljeva for marriage. Seven bans and twelve prefects came to the feast.

The happy event was spoiled by the arrival of a dragon that abducted the bride and took her to the lake near Brljan. The groom went in search of her, but he disappeared into the depths of the water and his father never saw him again…

Young lovers never saw each other again...
Young lovers never saw each other again...

The inconsolable Bogoje gave his wealth to the people and built the Arkhandjelovac monastery so that the monks could pray for him and the souls of the unfortunate. He  built two towers, Čučevo (Trošenj) and Nečven, in which he built two twins, to cry eternally for his son. He built a bridge near Miljacka and the Roško waterfall, on which travelers paid the bridge toll with two tears, for Bogdan. The people called the fort Vilingrad, the stream under the fort Ključ Čikola and the hill near Ključ Miljevci.

This is the perfect week to visit Krka!

In conclusion, a visit to National Park Krka is an unforgettable experience that combines natural beauty, rich history, and fascinating legends. Exploring the park’s waterfalls, lakes, and forests is a true delight for nature lovers, while discovering the many myths and tales that surround the area is an excellent way to immerse oneself in the local culture and heritage.

Krka Waterfalls
Krka Waterfalls

If you plan to visit National Park Krka, make sure to take advantage of the free tickets to Krka available on May 1st. This is a fantastic opportunity to explore the park and discover its many wonders without having to worry about the cost of admission.

So don’t wait any longer – plan your visit to National Park Krka today, and prepare to be enchanted by the natural beauty and rich history of this incredible destination.

Your CTC Team

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