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Ilok is the most eastern town in Croatia by the river Danube. Make your way to the 14th century St. John of Capistrano Church. Close is the Odescalchi castle, a central building of the medieval core of Ilok where the Ilok Municipal Museum is situated. Take a stroll through the Ilok wine cellars “Iločki Podrumi” with an expert guide. Here you can learn about stories of famous wines that were enjoyed by Roman emperors and Queens of England.
Time for lunch and wine tasting at Papak winery. We continue towards the nearby country estate Principovac for more wine and some golf in Syrmia. This tourist resort is famous for its viewpoint from where you can see amazing views of Ilok, Syrmia, and Bačka. Unpack and settle in one of the luxury apartments surrounded by vineyards. The afternoon is reserved for golf time. Afterward, enjoy dinner inside the restored castle. Every course is served with a glass of wine from their rich wine offer.
A 40min drive will take to you Vukovar, a city that became a symbol of resistance and Croatian freedom. Visit the Museum of Vučedol Culture, one of the most significant archeological sites in Europe. Each of the 19 rooms is thematically specified and also presents and interprets the archeological heritage of East Croatia. On your way to the center, stop to check out the new Water Tower. A panoramic elevator takes you to the top viewpoint, a place where you can experience spectacular views of the city, Danube and Syrmia.
May your first stop in the center be the Vukovars Wine Cooperative that offers local products from small and large producers and family farms. All the products have the label “Vrhunsko vukovarsko” meaning “The best of Vukovar”.
Walkthrough the city streets with baroque arches, cross the footbridge decorated with 3D drawings. At this point, you are standing between two regions: Syrmia and Slavonia. Carry on to the Memorial Cross placed on the mouth of river Vuka into the mighty Danube.
Lunch is organized in the city center. Continue through the city, to the imposing Baroque castle Eltz from the 18th century, in which the City Museum is located. The permanent exhibition shows the rich history, tradition, and culture of Vukovar on over 3500 m2.
Spend some free time in the nearby Adica forest park. This is a popular place for recreationists and nature lovers to enjoy the wonders of the forest and relax. To top off your stay, get to know Vukovar in a completely different way by sailing the mighty blue Danube. This tour includes a projection show, storytelling, and wine tasting.