Đurđevac is a town and municipality in the Koprivnica-Križevci County in Croatia. Until 1918, Đurđevac was part of the Austrian monarchy. The Old Town, a first category monument, which is in fact a 15th century castle, is a constant reminder to Picoks (a legendary name for the people of Đurđevac) and its visitors of its turbulent history. Several galleries are active within the Old Town, of which the most important one is the Donation of Ivan Lacković Croata. The river Drava flows only ten kilometres away from Đurđevac, and the entire area is rich with artificial lakes, ponds and wetland habitats that allow enjoyment in a variety of sports facilities, especially hunting and fishing. On the northern Bilogora slopes the valuable hands of the inhabitants have cultivated vineyards, and besides the attractive wine roads there are a number of weekend houses.
Review by Lenka
A charming town
If you somehow come to Đurđevac, very nice small town in Podravina, you will have to stay in this only one hotel called Picok. When in Đurđevac, spend some time sight-seeing. This small town is lovely, has some charm...