Discover Croatia's microregion full of natural beauties & delicious food.
Get ready for a full day of special experiences, because Moslavina will hardly leave you unimpressed. The scenic wine roads will take us to Kezele agritourism where you can indulge in a tasting of top-quality wines, as well as enjoying the wonderful landscapes. You can learn more about culture, folk costumes, and wheat cultivation in this region on our visit to Ethnographic department of Moslavina Museum. After a museum visit, it's time for lunch, a traditional stew made on open fire known as Moslavačka Kotlovina. After lunch, be sure to enjoy fresh village air as you explore surrounding forest paths and vineyards. Those more adventure spirited should definitely try horseback riding at the nearby stables.
10:00 - meeting point at Zrinjevac next to Meteorological Post, drive towards Moslavina region
11:15 - upon arrival to Kezele agritourism welcome drink will be served, continuing to visit ethnographic collection with more than 4000 exhibits. Visit the wine cellar for wine tasting
13:00 - lunch is preparing on the open fire – Moslavačka Kotlovina. After lunch, free time for relaxation on fresh village air. Guest can choose to explore the nearby trail road in the forest, visit the vineyards, stables or horseback ride
15:30 - planned departure for Zagreb
16:30 - planned arrival to Zagreb
Meeting point is at Zrinjevac next to Meteorological Post where you will meet the local guide.Open in Google Maps
Situated in the 18th century Erdödy Palace, Moslavina Museum in Kutina is one the most complex museums in Croatia.
Once you enter it, you will instantly connect to the past times of broader Moslavina region. The museum holdings include more than 6000 items, fragments, documents and books that evokes the atmosphere and lifestyle of this region. Moslavina museum houses four departments: The Gallery department, the Cultural and historical department, the Archeological department, and the Ethnographic department. The museum also has an incredible library whose books testify of this area's rich history. So, if you really want to know everything about the tradition and culture of Moslavina region, this is a place to be.
If you are looking for a place where you can enjoy the traditional way of living, and peaceful surroundings, this is the place for you! I recommend it 100%!Reviewed by Jody2475
The tour was really good, packed with various activities. And we met some lovely people. We highly recommend it!Reviewed by Lynn and Al
I really enjoyed visit to the museum…learned a lot about this region. It was overall great experience!Reviewed by Ashley C.