Slavonski Brod

Slavonski Brod
Slavonski Brod is the sixth largest Croatian city, the centre of Brod-Posavina County, and a river port on the Sava river. It is placed beside Bosnia and Herzegovina border. Here you can see a house of Ivana Brlić Mažuranić, a writer of fairy tales who spent most of her time in Brod. If you get hungry, there is a rich gastro offer in twenty city restaurants. If you get sleepy, you can spend the night in one of the two cities luxury hotels.

Photos

Videos

Fortress
Domagoj Skutari - Slavonski Brod
8. Slavonski Brod | Szlakiem wojen na Bałkanach // On the trail through Balkan Wars
Slavonski Brod, 1994 godina
Aerial Filming - Slavonski Brod

Map

Swap Start/End

User Reviews

2 reviews

Rating 
 
4.3  (2)
Already have an account?
Rate your experience
Rating
Your review
You will be able to upload your photos & link your youtube/vimeo videos right after you submit the review.
Review by
Rating 
 
3.5

Interesting surroundings of Brod

Local area of Slavonski Brod was a ghost town at night although there are a few cheap decent restaurants if you look hard. In the surroundings of the town there are interesting hunting grounds (Migalovci), fishponds (Jelas Polje), and a lake called Petnja. There are also pleasant orchards and vineyards.

Helpful? 
Review by
Rating 
 
5.0

All excellent

We were welcomed with a wine tasting -- local Grasevina, Rhine-style Riesling, and Cabernet Franc, and an assortment of local cheese. All excellent. One of the attractions of Slavonski Brod is a beautiful central town square, one of the two or three biggest in all of Croatia, named after a popular children's writer Ivana Brlić-Mažuranić. This square has a perfect view of the beautiful Sava river. The town is nice and people are friendly.

Helpful?