Let's dive into the Pannonian Sea
Papuk Nature Park provides great recreational and educational opportunities for elementary school students.
One of the teaching methods we use at our institution are workshops that enable our young visitors to learn about the specific biological and geological features of the Park and its natural, cultural and historical attractions.
Maximum group size: 25 students
Target group: elementary school students
Type of visit: one-day trip (10 a.m.-6 p.m.)
The House of the Pannonian Sea offers guided tours, with at least a 5-day advance notice for group visits.
The duration of the guided tour is 1.5 hour, maximum group size 25 persons.
Groups must strictly adhere to the arranged time of visit. Visit can be cancelled no later than 24 hours before the visit.
Price: ticket HRK 30.00 /person
NOTE: for groups of more than 50 persons we offer a 10% discount
For all further information and notification of a group visit, please contact us at:
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org ; email@example.com
Phone: 034/ 313 – 029: fax: 034/313 – 027
Mobile: 099/2731 – 064
Note: If the visit is not notified in advance, we are not obligated to provide the services of an educator for the tour.
For more information on other educational programmes offered by Papuk Nature Park visit the Park’s official website: https://pp-papuk.hr/organiziraj-posjet
Educational programme “Let’s Dive into the Pannonian Sea” – HRK 100 /student.
- a tour of the House of the Pannonian Sea – HRK 30 /student
- additional workshop by choice – HRK 20 /student
- use of the Adventure Park – HRK 50 /student
|Individual ticket for the House of the Pannonian Sea (free admission for children younger than 7)||HRK 10|
|Guided tours for individual visitors -adults||HRK 30|
|Guided tours for individual visitors –children younger than 18||HRK 20|
|Family ticket including guided tour (maximum 2 adults)||HRK 70|
for individual visits on weekdays the House of the Pannonian Sea is open from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Minimum one-day advance notice for visits on weekends and visits with guided tours.
Based on the fossils from the lake sediment discovered at Poljanska site and the analogy of living conditions with present-day plant species, the conclusion is that the climate patterns in the Papuk area at that time suggested a tropical to subtropical climate.
Vranić geological site is located on the southern slopes of Papuk. Numerous remains of fossilized vertebrates have been discovered within the sand deposits formed by the erosion of older, predominantly Paleozoic metamorphic rocks, as well as within Miocene deposits.