Sisak is the center of Sisak – Moslavina County. Given that traces of settlement appear as early as the 4th century BC, it is one of the oldest settlements in central Croatia. 2 rivers have contributed to the development of Sisak – Sava and Kupa, promoting trade since ancient times. The industry is also of great importance for the development of the city of Sisak – oil refinery, ironworks, mill, and bakery production. Thanks to the protected area of ​​Lonsko polje and the center of the city along the Kupa River, the beginning of the 21st century began to develop tourism. The history told in the sights and buildings gives, the friendly local population gives Sisak great potential for the development of tourism in the full sense of the word.

The town of Petrinja is the most important economic center of Banija. It was located at the mouth of the Kupa River. It is proud of its rich tradition of cultural and artistic heritage. The very center of the city was built in baroque style and classicism. They are characterized by single-story houses and buildings. Some of the sacred buildings are the church of St. Lovre, the Church of the Exaltation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and the Church of St. Bartolo Apostol.
The population of this town was hit by a strong earthquake in 2020 and most of the buildings need to be adapted, and Petrinja will continue to suffer the consequences of this natural disaster for a long time.

Glina is a town in central Croatia, located along the river of the same name. It is often called the city of Croatian hymn, because the composer Josip Runjanin composed the hymn here. Fertile plains surround this city.
Between 1991 -1995, Glina was an occupied territory during the Homeland War. During that time, many human lives were lost and many assets were destroyed or damaged, including religious and cultural-historical buildings.

On August 6, 1995, units of the Croatian Army liberated Glina, and that same date is celebrated as the Day of the City of Glina. Among the monuments and landmarks, the Monument to the Croatian Veterans, the Parish of St. Anthony of Padua, the Wounded Jesus, and St. Elijah the Prophet stand out.

Nestled amidst the captivating Croatian landscape, between Petrova and Zrinjska mountain, Topusko is a hidden gem that seamlessly blends history and natural beauty. Rich in tradition, this quaint town boasts well-preserved architecture that reflects its storied past.

Explore the historic landmarks and cultural heritage. Nature enthusiasts will find solace in the town’s surroundings. Lush greenery provides a tranquil escape for those seeking relaxation or outdoor activities.