In Sisak you really need to plan sightseeing because it is rich in historic buildings. We recommend starting at Stari most (Old Bridge) that became the symbol of the town a century ago. Less than half a mile from the old bridge you will see Mali kaptol, one of the oldest houses from the eighteenth century. One of the most beautiful Art Deco or Viennese Secession buildings is the town hall. On Ban Jelacic Square near the old bridge you will see Veliki kaptol, one of the most valuable examples of classicistic architecture un Sisak. Take a stroll down the mile long promenade to the Old town and the fortress from the sixteenth century on the river bank where the great Sisak Battle took place in 1593. Town houses, grain warehouses, schools and military facilities are extremely valuable testimonies of their times. You should definitely not miss visiting archeological park “Siscia in situ”.
In Sisak you have a great opportunity to combine cultural and historic heritage with water sports or cycling while you are sightseeing. Visit the sites and view the monuments from your bicycle or from a boat. Enjoy hiking, river and cycling routes. One of the more interesting is Route of Industrial Heritage (approximately 20 miles), which passes the buildings that are a part of very important industrial heritage, what makes it culturally and historically relevant. You should definitely visit Nature Park Lonjsko polje. The more experience cyclists will tell you that probably the most beautiful cycling route in Croatia passes through Lonjsko polje, especially its part Sava Route. Sisak itself is a town filled with promenades, arbored walkways, parks and woods. Rent a bicycle, canoe or a boat and try to spot some of the rare birds that reside in this lovely green area.
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