In addition to natural beauty and immense cultural heritage, all visitors looking for an active stay in nature are ready for 47 kilometers of educational hiking trails and 470 kilometers of cycling routes, which will surely be one of the main attractions. Krka National Park is reopened to visitors from Monday, May 11, at a promotional ticket price of 50 kuna for adults and 25 kuna for children and youth. “Visitors have at their disposal all presentation centers and facilities, souvenir shops as well as catering facilities at Roški slap and Lozovac, with the necessary respect for all epidemiological measures in force. Entry into the closed premises is allowed to a certain number of visitors at the same time, with prior disinfection of hands and soles with disinfectant that will be available at the very entrances to the closed premises of the Park.”Point out from the Krka National Park and add that the catering facilities will be opened in accordance with the recommendations of the Croatian Institute of Public Health. In order to make the Park more accessible primarily to domestic visitors, the ticket price in the promotional period is 50 kuna for adults and 25 kuna for children and youth from 7 to 18 years. The working hours of Skradinski Buk are from 9 am to 19 pm, and the locations on the middle and upper course are from 10 am to 18 pm. “When visiting the Krka National Park, visitors are invited to adhere to the recommendations of the Croatian Institute of Public Health as well as the use of protective gloves and masks and, if possible, contactless payment when buying tickets. conclude from NP Krka. After a break of almost two months, the Krka National Park on Monday, May 11, reopens its doors to individual visitors, who with promotional ticket prices in the period until June 18, 2020 will have the opportunity to discover the charms of Croatian natural and cultural heritage. NP “Krka”.