Požega is a city located in the eastern part of Croatia, in the Požega Valley. It is the center of Požega-Slavonia County and has a population of around 26,000 people. The city is located at an altitude of about 150 meters, near the Papuk and Psunj mountains.
Accommodation in Požega is an introduction to a rich history of the Slavonia region dating back to the time of the Roman Empire, and in the Middle Ages, it was an important stop on the route between the Adriatic Sea and the Pannonian Plain. Today, Požega is a modern city with developed industrial production, as well as tourism potential.
Guests can enjoy sightseeing historical buildings such as the Cathedral of St. Teresa of Avila, the Franciscan Monastery, and the Church of St. Lawrence, as well as Zrinski Castle. Požega is known for its wine and wine cellars, so its guests can enjoy wine tastings at local wineries. The gastronomic offer is unforgettable.
The city is very charming, with many parks and green areas, where visitors can enjoy walking, cycling, or hiking. There are also sports fields for various outdoor activities.
Numerous cultural events are held in Požega, such as the Požega Cultural Summer or the Marijan Holidays, where visitors can learn about traditional customs, dances, and songs of this region. An active vacation in Požega is guaranteed in the immediate vicinity of the Papuk Nature Park.