"The path of Zaprešić castles"

luznica dvorac

Only 20 km away from Zagreb city center, in the Zapresic district area, the 6 castles from the period of 18th and 19th century are placed: Novi Dvori Jelacicevi, Luznica, Janusevec, Laduc, Jakovlje and Gornja Bistra and they are considered to be among  the most beautiful ones of northwestern Croatia.


If you want to celebrate your birthday in a different way, or you want to give someone a different birthday present, take a few afternoon hours and come with us on this amazing trip with sightseeing the two castles Novi dvori Jelacicevi and Luznica.

Duration: 3-3,5h (by car and on foot - walk around the castles, interior sightseeng of castle Luznica is included)

When: March-December, on Sundays at 2:30 pm

Where: Start and finish of the trip in agreement with you

Price per tour: 1-4 persons 430 kn
                      5-8 persons 600 kn

Price includes: tour organization, licensed tourist guide, car ride

For more info or booking, please, contact us on: Zagreb Walks - razgled Zagreba

novi dvori grobnica

Novi dvori Jelacicevi - this is a unique example of the manorial complex: manor house (castle), small castle chapel, farm buildings and family grave site (mausoleum).
The castle has changed hands many times since 17th century to the middle of the 19th century. The first masters of the castle were members of Zrinski family and in the 1851 it was bought by Croatian Ban Josip Jelacic, known in history  by serfdom (servitude) abolition in Croatia in 1848, and whose statue stands on Zagreb central square (master-work of Viennese  artist Anton Fernkorn).
The castle was a property of Jelacic family by the 1934. when countess Anka Jelacic, the last owner, died.

luznica dvorac jezero

Luznica - the castle from the Baroque period, built in the second half of the 18th century, it was home to the family Rauch.
There is a garden originated at the end of 18th century with the characteristics of an English garden, with the more than 200 years old plane tree, and with the lake.
As of 1925 it is a home of elderly nuns and nowdays a spiritual-educational center as well.