Old Town of Drežnik is located in the immediate vicinity of Plitvice Lakes, and is the proud guardian of the Plitvice Valleys. It is a magnificent defensive fort from the 12th century that protected this part of Europe from the Turks for 400 years. Due to its strategically important position, Drežnik often changed owners over the centuries, but 900 years later it still stands proudly as a witness to the stormy history of this region. The largest and most visited Croatian national park delights millions of tourists from all over the world. The Plitvice Lakes are a fascinating natural phenomenon consisting of 16 crystal blue-green lakes in a row, with countless cascades, travertine barriers and breathtaking waterfalls.