Pleternica is a town in Slavonia, one of five in Požega-Slavonia County. It only gained city status in 1997, but its name dates back to 1270. Favorable accommodations in Pleternica can be found in private houses with undisputed Slavonian hospitality. Pleternica is located on the hills of Papuk and Krndija and abounds in greenery and natural beauty. The Orljava River flows through the city, and the surrounding area is also adorned by Psunj, Dilj, and Požega mountains. The city center is surrounded by beautiful parks and forests, and it is also known for its picturesque old town that dominates the cityscape. Vineyards and the production of top-quality wines, as well as a rich cultural heritage that includes several churches and chapels, and archaeological sites from the Roman period, are the wealth of this region. The city is also home to the Museum of the Bećarac, which is characterized by a rich collection of cultural and historical artifacts. Pleternica is also an important economic center of the region, with developed crafts, agriculture, and tourism.