Area: 171 km2
Postal code: 31000
International calling code: +385 31
Time zone: GTM +1, GTM+2
International Airport Osijek
ICCA Statistic Report 2014
Croatia - 40th place
Slavonia offers continental tourism attractions, such as hunting, spa, wine cellar, folkloric richness and natural beauty, among which the Kopacki Rit wetlands along the Danube and the Drava river, park and nature reserve area and the mountains Papuk, which was also proclaimed a nature.
Baranja extends between the rivers Drava, Danube and the Hungarian border, and Western Srem with Ilok as a cultural, administrative and economic center is the easternmost part of Croatia known for its wine cellars.
Osijek Fortress is a baroque city-fortress dating from the 18th century. The fort has four gates, Porta Aquatica (Water Gate), Porta Nova (New Gate), Porta Valpoviensis (Valpovacka Gate) and Porta Imperato ris (Imperial Gate).
Croatian National Theatre is the most famous theater in Osijek and Slavonia. Otherwise, the first theatre performance was held in Jesuit High School which dates as far back in time as 1735.
Osijek Co-cathedral of St. Peter and Paul the Apostle was built in Neo-gothic style in period from 1894 to 1900.
The city of Osijek in its offer of congress capacities has several hotels that can meet the needs of the organizer. Among the hotels in the congress offer in Soijek, there is Hotel Osijek which is also presents the biggest congress capacity.
Hotel Osijek / Osijek, Croatia / Number of conference rooms: 2 / The capacity of the biggest conference room: 450 seats
Osijek is a city in eastern Croatia. Located in a valley on the right side of the river Drava between 16-th and 24-th kilometer from the mouth of the Danube. It is the largest city in Slavonia, the fourth largest city in Croatia, and the seat of Osijek-Baranja county. The city is industrial, administrative, judicial and cultural center.
Within the city of Osijek is located 11 settlements and they are: Elm, Brijesce, Josipovac, Klis, Nemetin, Osijek, Podravlje, Sarvas, Tenja fortifications Visnjevac.
Osijek consists of the old town, Fort, built mostly in the 18th century, followed by the Upper Town, Lower Town and the New Town (with settlements and South I and South II), Flower and Retfala village and industrial district.