An updated map was developed as a traffic and tourist plan. The map can be used for printing (leaflet, brochure, paper card, table map), as a wall map or for the purposes of a billboard.
For each of these purposes, the map is tailored to your needs. It is possible to order the plan of the wider area of the city and its surroundings. We do the following types of maps / printed: tourist maps, hiking paths, biking trails, hiking maps, city maps, municipalities, cities. Counties ►
Area: 1 262 km²
Population: 184.769 (2001.g.)
Its capital is Varaždin.
The Varaždin county - Varaždinska županija is a county in northern Croatia, near the border with Slovenia and Hungary. Varaždin county today represents an important Croatian region with intense industrial and commercial activities and a strong financial sector. The high quality of products and services provided by county's firms are guarantors of the county's successful economic development on the global market in the future. The economy of Varaždin county is focused on the manufacturing industry, particularly on the following industrial branches: milk products processing, beverage production, meat packing industry, clothing and textiles industry, metal manufacturing industry, leather footwear industry, manufacturing of high-quality wood furniture and other lumber products.
In the historical chain of Central European cities, Varazdin uncovers itself to its guests and chance visitors as a rare urban jewel - a city of harmony and intimacy, a city that displays its specific urban identity not only through the perpetual beauty of its old Baroque architecture, but also through the warmth of its lovely squares, streets and parks, and above all through the wealth of its preserved museum collections and the diversity of its cuisine. In this manner, Varazdin has preserved to this day some of the essential characteristics of the Croatian "Little Vienna", as a city of music,Baroque and flowers - a pleasant place of rest for those who visit it. Today's numerous cultural and historical sights of Varazdin are a testimony to its rich history, spanning a period of over eight centuries.