Vukovar – Sur deux roues

Vukovar – Sur deux roues
La région de Vukovar-Srijem a commencé son plan de réhabilitation de la piste cyclable internationale du Danube «À vélo le long du Danube», qui favorisera le cyclisme de loisirs, à la fois pour les habitants de la région et aussi au niveau international, cette action fera de cette région une des grandes régions reconnues pour ses pistes cyclables.

La route internationale du Danube ne traverse en Croatie que les régions de Vukovar - Srijem et Osijek - Baranja, suite au tracé effectué en 2005, elle s’étend sur près de 138 kms, elle emprunte aussi le tracé de la piste cyclable internationale Euro Vélo 6 – «un réseau cyclable européen». Cette route s'étend de l'Atlantique à la Mer Noire.
L'itinéraire qui passe par la région de Vukovar-Srijem s’étale sur près de 54 kms.

La région de Vukovar-Srijem est la région de Croatie la plus à l’Est qui comprend sept rivières: le Danube, la Save, la Vuka, la Bosut, la Bič, la Studva et la Spačva. La région de Vukovar-Srijem possède une longue histoire et un très riche patrimoine. On y trouve le site archéologique de Vučedol, situé sur les rives du Danube, près de Vukovar est l’un des sites archéologiques les plus importants en Croatie. Son importance est telle qu’il a donné le nom à toute une culture néolithique. Vučedol était un village d'agriculteurs, d'éleveurs, de chasseurs et de transformateurs de cuivre, qui a connu son « âge d’or » entre 3000 à 2200 ans avant J.C.

Dans la région de Vukovar-Srijem se situe la ville de Vinkovci, la plus ancienne colonie de la région ce qui en fait un exemple en Croatie par sa longévité. Un certain nombre de découvertes archéologiques le confirme, dont le plus intéressant d'entre eux est Orion, le plus ancien calendrier imprimé retrouvé en Europe datant de 8000 ans.


Office du Tourisme Régional de Vukovar-Srijem
www.tzvsz.hr


 
 

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