This is a 'must stop and visit' site. It is a small village that is built more or less on water. The place is majestic. The parking is not free, but a two hour tour in this site is more than enough.
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This waterfalls were declared protected landscape in 1964 due to the uniqueness of the small water streams falling into the Korana river . The water streams and small houses and lodging places stay all together in a very special unique way.
Village surrounded by waterfalls, a beautiful river and green scenery. Perfect for couples and family. Its very small so if you find a tourist group better to wait for them to be done. Explore the riverside and you will have spots for beautiful pictures. Local...More
A historic village & mill set at the junction of two rivers. Peaceful and pretty. Lovely for a relaxing walk around the old mill. Head down into the gorge for stunning views of the waterfalls. If the weather is hot, and during the summer it...More
We came with high expectations, but along with dozens of others, we walked confuzed as to all directions after 150-200 meters the path ended with signs of 'private area'. Everyone were as confuzed as us, maybe it was some holiday or something and the walking...More
Rastoke is beautiful. Instead of paying entrance fees to see the waterfalls, just walk along the forest, you will see everything. There is a nice "beach" for swimming next to the bridge. Kids loved it!
The place is a nice little village with waterfalls within the town and it seems like a place where time stands still. its a nice stop for a few hours, but please ensure to save 3/4th of your day for Plitvice. Rastoke on the other...More