Kumrovec is a village which sits on the River Sutla along the Croatia—Slovenian border. It became famous due to the fact that was a birthplace of Josip Broz Tito, the president of former Yugoslavia.
Varaždin is one of the most important tourist centres of northern Croatia. The first written reference of Varaždin dates from 1181 when the nearby thermal springs Varaždinske toplice were mentioned by king Bela III in a legal document. Varaždin is well known for its street festival which is held every year since 1999, at the end of August. Enjoy strolling down the city streets, squares, beautiful parks as well as plenty restaurants, theatres and shops. Varazdin well known as a city of music, baroque and flowers has a rich history and culture offering the best from Baroque palaces, churches and monasteries. Do not miss a visit to the city museum located in a renaissance fortress on the water – the old city, and Varaždin Cemetery, an architectural pearl and one of the most beautiful cemeteries in Europe.