Promotional Week Lowers Prices at Plitvice Lakes

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For a limited time period, a single ticket costs 50 kuna and 20 kuna for children.

After several years, the Plitvice Lakes National Park has again decided to organise the so-called Family Week or, as it is called this year, Promotional Week. It wants to open the national park mostly to Croatian visitors who, during the peak season from July to September, usually avoid going to Plitvice because of large crowds, but also very high admission prices – in July and August a one person ticket costs up to 250 kuna, reports Večernji List on October 9, 2018.

During Promotional Week, which runs from October 5 to 14, ticket prices are up to 75 percent lower. The entrance fee for an adult is now 50 kuna, while during the rest of October is 150 kuna. Students pay 30 kuna, while tickets for children between ages 7 and 18 are 20 kuna, instead of the usual price in this part of the year of 80 kuna. Children under the age of seven do not pay anything.

The price of a ticket, in addition to insurance, includes a ride in a panoramic vehicle and an electric vessel. During Promotional Week, prices are much lower in restaurants at Plitvice as well, so a lunch is now available for between 70 and 120 kuna per menu. Visitors who buy tickets for the Plitvice Lakes National Park are also entitled to a 15% discount on tickets to Aquatika centre in Karlovac.

This kind of joint programmes between national parks and other popular tourist destinations was a hit this last summer. Plitvice developed a project which, for a price of 300 kuna for adults and 200 kuna for children, enabled guests to visit a total of nine locations and sights within the Destination Lika initiative. These were: Paklenica National Park, Northern Velebit National Park, Velebit Nature Park, Zavratnica cove, Cerovac caves, Grabovac caves, Barać caves, Croatian Centre for Indigenous Fish Species and Nikola Tesla Memorial Centre.

The interest of visitors who stayed in Lika for more than one day, ate local food, slept in private accommodation and visited a number of locations, proved the success of the project.

Translated from Večernji List (reported by Snježana Bičak).


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