Sisak-Moslavina county is situated in an area of 4468 km2, and it is the biggest county in Croatia. It takes around 7,9% of the continental part of Croatia.
Where is it?
It is situated in the south part of central Croatia, in an area where Pannonian and Mountainous Croatia meet. Sisak-Moslavina county represents a good traffic connection and because of its favorable natural and traffic-geographic position, it is very well connected with the rest parts of Croatia, as well as with the neighboring countries. The political, administrative and cultural place is Sisak.
Did you know?
Special landmarks of this county, and also the reason why the tourists are coming here, are the rich springs of hyperthermal healing water in Topusko around which the ancient Romans, midcentury kings, and Habsbourg kings were inhabiting, searching for better health.
Sisak-Moslavina county has a lot of natural beauties to offer. Including the Nature Park Lonjsko Polje, as well as rich gastronomy and ethnology offer. Discover the beauties of this county with us!
The county is formed by 7 cities: Sisak, Glina, Hrvatska Kostajnica, Kutina, Novska, Petrinja and Popovača. Each of these cities is a story for itself and it should be visited. This time we will introduce you to the biggest city in this county, Sisak.
City of Sisak – undiscovered pearl of Continental Croatia
The city is located between the Nature Park Lonjsko Polje and the highest mountain in Slavonia, Psunj.
Thanks to its rich past, the city has a lot of cultural-historical monuments that make Sisak a real cultural destination. The most famous one is the fortress of Sisak from 16th century.
Unique and special
Diversity and richness of culture, worthy historical locations, beautiful parks, well-kept and protected nature close to the city, as well as the gastronomy specialties, Sisak is unique and special in its own way…
Visit Sisak and enjoy walking through the town and through one of the old parks, or enjoy boat rides from the tributary of Odra river to the tributary of the Kupa river in the Sava river.
Visit the fortress Old town which is well-known for the battle with the Turkish military in 1593.
In only a 1 hour drive from the capital city of Croatia, Zagreb, there is a hidden undiscovered pearl – Sisak.
Let it win your heart. Come and enjoy nature!
By: Jasna Šikić