Krapina is a town in Zagorje filled with rich historical heritage ever since the settlement of prehistoric humans near Hušnjakovo hill. Some of the famous Croats were born in Krapina, such as Ljudevit Gaj, Marija Jurić Zagorka, August Šenoa, etc. Krapina is most known for its Neanderthal men of Krapina museum, but it also many forts, such as those of king Ludovik I, king Matijaš Korvin, count Herman II. of Celje, ban Vitovac and others.
Krapina offers numerous cultural events such as Nights of Krapina early human, Krapina “špelancija”, Summers in Krapina, Zagorje music festival “Krijesnica” and the Kajkavian dialect songs.For the scenery lovers, there are hiking tracks, famous Dedek Kajbumščak path, and those who love art can visit the City Gallery and the sculpture park on the open “Froma Prima”.
Krapina 49000, Zagorje
46.159379, 015.872525 (46°09’33.8″N, 015°52’21.1″E)
Famous Evolution Museum can be found in Krapina.
GPS coordinates: 46.159379, 015.872525 (46°09’33.8″N, 015°52’21.1″E)
Address: Krapina 49000, Zagorje
Krapina – Trakošćan (20km)
Krapina – Varaždin (55km)
Krapina – Zagreb (55km)
Krapina – Rijeka (207km)
Krapina – Osijek (270km)
Krapina – Zadar (310km)
Krapina – Split (450km)
Krapina – Dubrovnik (650km)
Krapina is located in Zagorje, around 55 km away from Zagreb.
If you are driving with a car show this translation to the taxi driver:
Molim Vas da me odvezete do mjesta Krapina koje se nalazi oko 55 km kod Zagreba. Hvala!
You must also show to the taxi driver that he must turn on the taximeter:
Molim Vas uključite taksimetar. Hvala!
Please can you tell me how to find this sight:
Molim Vas da me uputite prema mjestu Krapina koje se nalazi oko 55 km kod Zagreba. Hvala!
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