Timacum Minus

  Siscia

  Sirmium

  Sexaginta Prista

  Roman Tomb Chapel

  Roman Legion Camp Novae

  Kaleto Fortress

  Constanta, Histria

  Felix Romuliana

  Diana, Iron Gate, Kladovo

  Sarmizegetusa

  Andautonia, Zagreb

  Pula, Brijuni

Visit also

  Timacum Minus

  Siscia

  Sirmium

  Sexaginta Prista

  Roman Tomb Chapel

  Roman Legion Camp Novae

  Kaleto Fortress

  Constanta, Histria

  Felix Romuliana

  Diana, Iron Gate, Kladovo

  Sarmizegetusa

  Andautonia, Zagreb

  Pula, Brijuni

Locality: Zagreb

Roman Historical Site: Andautonia

Archaeological sites: Roman military camp (municipia) located on a cross-country arterial between the Sava valley and Trans Balkan Highway and the major town of Poetovio (Ptuj) in northeastern Pannonia.

Medium to Low

Visitor center at the site

Tourist attractions

Languages

English

Restaurant, cafe or bar

One cafe in front of the archeological site

Souvenir shop/Craft shop

Small souvenir shop as a part of exhibition place and office inside the locality.

Interpretation at the site

Creative

Static

Panels and boards

 

Visitors can view preserved sections of the Roman city in an area of 2500m2, accompanied by very creative tablets offering important information about individual structures and buildings.

 

The exhibition, which presents the local spices and ingredients that are used in the preparation of food, is very inspiring and original.

Live
Guides, professor’s archaeologists, curator, Actors, volunteers

Curator on request from the Archaeological museum in Zagreb.

 

Several well-designed workshops and training facilities on the site.

About destination

The city of Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, on the historic and political threshold between East and West, exhibits both the continental and Mediterranean spirit of the nation it spearheads. Zagreb is the cultural, scientific, economic, political and administrative centre of the Republic of Croatia. The cosmopolitan buzz of Zagreb will soon strike you. Everything is accessible on foot – from your hotel to the theatre. Visitors can enjoy a wander around the old Upper Town or through the bustling streets of the more modern Lower Town, which has not lost an ounce of its charm despite the eternal march of time.

After viewing the preserved part of the Roman city (Andautonia), 15 km from Zagreb, visitors can also see some of the most important stone monuments found in the Andautonia area, the parish church of St. Martin, and also walk through the village of Scitarjevo, where several typical rural farmyards with wooden houses are still preserved. There is also a small café in front of the entrance of the Archaeological Park.

How to reach Zagreb

Zagreb airport (www.zagreb-airport.hr)

Railway Station, address: Trg kralja Tomislava 12 (www.hzpp.hr)

The bus terminal is on Marin Držić Avenue, and is only a few minutes from Ban Josip Jelačić Square by tram (line 6) (www.akz.hr)

The major international road routes are Trieste–Ljubljana–Zagreb, Graz–Maribor–Zagreb, Klagenfurt–Ljubljana–Zagreb, Budapest–Varaždin–Zagreb, Belgrade –Zagreb.

Andautonia is located on the southern bank of the River Sava, in the village of Šćitarjevo, 15 km southeast of the city of Zagreb, which is the main transport hub.

From Zagreb or tram to Zapruđa then by bus 308 to Sćitarjevo, and then walk to the archaeological site.

From Zagreb to Andautonia via E65/E70/E71 or via the Radnička road.

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