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The Mediterranean as it once was
Kutina is a small town on the southern slopes of the forested hill Moslavačka gora that sits right at the edge of the valley Lonjsko polje. In Kutina you definitely must visit the Church of Sv. Marija Snježna [St. Mary of the Snow], which has one of the most beautiful baroque interiors. In the centre of the town there is a centuries old park of chestnut trees and the Moslavina Museum, which is located in the castle of the Erdody family. The beautiful house of the Pazdera family with its nicely tended yard is a not to be missed tourist attraction.

The whole town is rich in greenery and forests with streams in which the happy voices of children echo. In the vicinity of Kutina, and in the town centre itself there are archaeological sites dating back to the times of the Vucedols and the Romans and medieval culture.
The wines roads are an important part of the tourist gastro offer – they have been opening in all parts of Central Croatia over the past ten years, most of them in the northwest areas and Moslavina. They are lively at any time of the year.

Of course, the harvest time in autumn is the most dynamic, as well 11 November – St. Martin’s Day, the last and most significant winegrowers’ holiday of the year, when they mark the christening of young musk and its transformation into wine. St. Martin’s Day is associated with many local customs, so this year, the merry festival of wine lovers will once again attract numerous tourists who will have a pleasant and palate-friendly time with their hosts.
Tourist board:

Kutina

Address

  • Crkvena 42
  • 44320 Kutina

Contact

 
 
Tourist Information Center (TIC):

Kutina

Address

  • Crkvena 42
  • 44320 Kutina

Contact

 
 

 

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