This is Krapina’s highlight, just west of the centre. Built into a vertical rock and fronted with a glass wall, this cavernous two-floor space has high-tech exhibits tracing the region's history and geology. After a…
Peek into this baroque monastery just west of the centre, which once housed a philosophy and theology school. The adjoining church has evocative frescoes by the Pauline monk Ivan Ranger in the sacristy.
At the beginning of September, the annual Festival of Kajkavian Songs features folkloric performances, poetry readings and traditional Zagorje food.
This Neanderthal-themed cafe-restaurant at the entrance of the museum claims to dish out barbecue from a recipe that’s 130,000 years old.
For a coffee break in the sun, grab an outside table at this loungey spot or soak up the old-fashioned vibe inside.
Features rotating exhibits of Croatian artists.