The Krapina-Zagorje County is located in northern Croatia, bordering Slovenia. The area has been inhabited since ancient times, as evidenced by the excavation of the remains of about 70 Neanderthals in caves on the Hušnjak hill near Krapina. There is even a special Neanderthal Museum in Krapina dedicated to the prehistoric ancestor. It is worth adding that the first literal records of this city come from 1193 – it was then inhabited by Croatian, Austrian and Hungarian rulers.
Camping in northern Croatia will appeal especially to those who like... warm baths! There are natural thermal springs in the territory of the Krapina-Zagorje County, which you can use, among others, in the spa town of Tuheljske Toplice or Stubičke Toplice. You can combine relaxation in the thermal baths with a trip along the route of the surrounding medieval castles: Veliki Tabor, Miljana, Bežanec, Hellenbach or Milengrad. At the end of a successful day, we recommend tasting regional drinks – vineyards can be found here almost everywhere!