Etno Park Zagreb Open to Visitors

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A wonderful estate named Etno Park Zagreb opened its doors to visitors in Mala Mlaka, a village situated 11 km from the centre of Zagreb.

The main attraction of Etno Park is a so-called chardak, a traditional type of house made of wood and found all over the Balkans. This particular one was originally built in Mraclin village in the Turopolje region, and required a carefully thought-out action to be moved to Mala Mlaka. A collaboration of curators, historians and engineers resulted in a beautifully restored house that was named ‘Memory collection’, having to do with the owners collecting antique furniture and decorative items that are now on display. Pieces originate from multiple historic periods and are grouped in various rooms according to style – the collection includes an Alt Deutsch bedroom (19th century) and an Art Nouveau dining room.

Next to the chardak, you’ll find a villa waiting for its first guests and a banquet hall that can be booked for a wedding reception, along with all necessary organization services.

Etno Park is surrounded by orchards and lawns covering 40000 km2 and is an extremely picturesque area, especially in spring and summer. Being so close to the capital, but also a 20 minute ride away from Zagreb airport, the estate represents a peaceful oasis for a short getaway and it’s safe to assume it will quickly become a popular destination both for locals and tourists. We hope an English version of their website is in the works!





Etno Park promo photos 



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