Plitvice lakes, Croatia,
were declared as a national park in 1949.
The area of Plitvice lakes is situated in a valley where are sixteen marvellous lakes with very intensive blue-green water.
Lakes are fed by small brooks and spill into each other in many cascades and waterfalls.
The area is open for tourists.
The footpath on a wooden trail leads through the park, around the lakes and below the cascades and waterfalls.
The Plitvice lakes
were entered in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979.
@ lots of tourists are here...