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Osijek is the fourth largest city in Croatia with a population of 128.095 residents in 2011. Osijek is the largest city and the economic and cultural centre of the eastern Croatian region of Slavonia. The name of Osijek was given to the city due to its position on elevated ground which prevented the city being flooded by the local swamp waters. The name Osijek means ebb tide. While some of the buildings in Osijek have got damage from the Second World War, the facades are generally in good shape, due to extensive restoration. Osijek is a wonderful place where you can spend a lovely time, visiting and relaxing.

Top Attractions Within Osijek

The Co-Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul is a beautiful Neo-Gothic structure in Osijek, that has the second highest tower in Croatia after the Zagreb Cathedral. The tower measures 295 ft and can be seen from throughout Osijek. The Church was designed by Franz Langenberg and contains 40 stained glass windows, although they are not all intact after the bombing in the 1990s.

Portanova is the newest and most exotic shopping destination in Osijek. There are two floors of shopping units which include more than 100 brand names, a hypermarket, entertainment venues such as multiplex cinema and bowling, as well as numerous restaurants and cafes. Portanova is an entirely new entrance to the city, as well as a new world of fun and enjoyable atmosphere.

Downtown Osijek is a wonderful place to visit, due to its Baroque styled buildings, open spaces and ample recreational opportunities. The main square is one of the main attractions in Osijek, alongside the Tvrda the 18th century Baroque citadel, the promenade and the suspension pedestrian bridge toward Baranja.

Josic Restaurant in Osijek is a wonderful place where people can taste the traditional Croatian cuisine. Customers can choose from meat, game, seafood, stews, pasta, soups, to side dishes and other specialities, such as Escalope with ham and cheese, peppers filled with minced meat or delicious desserts.