More on Varazdin
Varazdin is one of those cities that are marvelous even at fast glance. It hosts a variety of popular festivals with the common ones being ŠpancirFest that begins at the end of August and ends in September (lasts for 10 days). At around the same time the city welcomes artists, street performers, musicians and vendors for what is called "the street walking festival".
A must see when in Varazdin is the Old Town, a popular spot is the Old Town Keep which is located on the northwestern side of the city core, it happens to be one of the biggest monuments in the city of Varaždin and one of its biggest tourist attractions. For a piece of the rich history visit the Old Town Museum. There is also the Old Town Fortress (also known as Stari Grad) which serves as a testament to the rocky past of the city. Varazdin cemetery is also a uniquely beautiful place to visit, it dates back to 1773 and it was for a long time an ordinary place until 1905, when Herman Haller had an idea to make it more beautiful and park-like with large trees and alleys for citizens to stroll through.
For those who love swimming and other water sports Aquacity is for you, it also doubles as a camping site. To get into the city can be through the roads or from any major city train station in Croatia, taxis are the only mode of transport inside the city.