Warning to Visitors

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Ogulin is a Croatian town, with a population of around 15,000. The town's origin dates back to the 15th Century. Today, it is famous for its stone castle and landscape setting.

How to get to Ogulin from
Route 1:

While Croatian rail travel isn't quite as luxurious as its other European counterparts, it does still make an enjoyable way to travel between cities, and a sustainable alternative to air travel.

Some services do have sleeping accommodation, including services 824 and 825 as well as 1820 and 1821 (also known as 'Adria'). Services 1822 and 1823 offer second class couchettes.