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Ilok – Srijem Visitor Centar is opening

Ilok – Srijem Visitor Centar is opening
The picturesque town of Ilok in the area of Srijem notes a growing interest of tourists who will in the future be able to get all the information on events in the city at the Srijem Visitor Center. The center will be located in the Kurija (country house) Brnjaković – a building with a rich past that is located within the castle complex in the city center. The info-center will offer visitors all the local tourist information, the purchasing of souvenirs and viewing of the exhibition space, and in the Srijem Visitor Center there will be a space for education and training, a room for seminars for a group of 30 visitors and business premises of the Tourist Board of Ilok as well as the Srijem wine cluster.

With the reconstruction of the ‘Kurija’(country manor house), which is co- funded by the European Union, parks and the market of the old town of Ilok will shine with new luster. Eco-friendly lighting is planned in the parks of the old town.

Ilok is the easternmost Croatian town, a blend of east and west, which rises harmoniously above the Danube. It is surrounded by the hills of Fruška Gora and beautiful vineyards. This is a town with a long history, the heir of interesting cultural contrasts embodied in its medieval core, one of the most important urban-fortified complexes of the northern Croatia Danube region. Ilok has also always been known as the Danube kingdom of wine with its Traminac, and all other wine sorts of this area, which win over every visitor.

The name Ilok was first mentioned in 1267 as Wjlok, Wylhoc and Iwnlak. Ilok got the status of a free Royal town in the 15 century, and the official Statute of the city was confirmed in 1525. The history of Ilok can be experienced at the Odescalchi Castle that houses the Museum of Ilok which contains rich archaeological, historical and ethnographic material, and an art collection.

The Tourist Board of the Vukovar-Srijem County

The Tourist Board of Ilok

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