Packages in Orasac
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Orasac Vacation Packages
Orasac Vacation Packages
Zagreb County, the nation's capital city, is 230 miles to the north of Orasac.
To explore more of this area, make tracks to Dubrovnik Old Town and visit Archeological Museum and Visia Dubrovnik 5D Multimedia Museum. An alternative is to enjoy a day trip to Ploce. It is approximately 7 miles out of Orasac and is home to Museum of Modern Art and Lazareti.
Approximately 13 miles to the southeast of Orasac is Cavtat, a regional center which is home to Cavtat Harbor, Racic Mausoleum and Bukovac House and Gallery. If time allows, also visit St. Nicholas Church and Church of Our Lady of the Snow.
More often than not, an area's true character can be found wafting from its pots, pans and ovens.
Vacationers will note lamb and squid, just two of the well-known ingredients in this region.
Don't end your stay prior to sampling crni rizot (seafood risotto) or burek (savoury pasty).
Once you are finished with your main course, indulge in the mouthwatering baklava.
You should put up your feet, hang loose and indulge yourself with a pint of Karlovacko, a classic choice amongst the locals here.
Herbal tea is a well-loved non-alcoholic beverage that visitors can enjoy at any time of day.
No alcoholic drink is more loved in this area than pelinkovac (juniper spirit). Head with your buddies to a bar and order it!
If you're after the perfect wine to complement your meal, why not taste some Malvazija from Istria or Prosek from Dalmatia?
Long-time travelers are aware that the best way to make the most from any vacation is to memorize a few practical words in the local language. "Odakle si?" translates to "Where are you from?" in Croatian. "What's your name?" is another good one to know, so learn to pronounce "Kako se zoveš?"
The 8th of October is the day when people in the country mark Independence Day. You might find there are special festivities if you happen to be visiting at that time.
And at the end of your time in the region, pack your bag and wish Orasac "Zbogom."
Don't stress about missing your flight. Just remember the closest airport is 16 miles to the southeast of Orasac.
Accommodation in Orasac
If you are tracking down a hotel in Orasac itself, you'll find that the list of available options is limited.