The hills of Zagorje invite you to spend peaceful moments in beautiful nature. The Zagorje region is characterised by numerous forests, thermal springs and culinary delicacies. The endless vineyards of Zagorje on the gentle green slopes leave few people indifferent. One of the most important discovery sites of the Neanderthal man in the world can be found in Zagorje. The Krapina Neanderthal man was found on Hušnjakovo brdo (Hušnjak Hill). Zagorje abounds in historical stories and folk legends. Every Croatian school teaches about Matija Gubec, the leader of the peasant uprising, and the Gubec Lime-tree, a symbol of the peasant uprising, under which his supporters and fellow rebels gathered. Hrvatsko zagorje has many thermal springs, widely known since the time of Roman rule over the territory of Croatia. The most famous springs in Zagorje are: Stubičke toplice Spa Resort, Tuheljske toplice Spa Resort, Varaždinske toplice Spa Resort and Aquae Vivae Spa Resort During the course of history, masses of people fled from the Turks and found refuge in Zagorje. The nobility, the largest group that moved to the Zagorje region, began to build castles, the most famous being Trakošćan Castle and Veliki Tabor Castle. Hellenbach Castle is located near Marija Bistrica in Hrvatsko zagorje. It is one of the rare castles that still have the lifestyle and interior design preserved from the 19th century. The Neoclassical-style castle was built in 1786. Just like the old Croatian nobility, you can also ‘find refuge’ in Zagorje, in the recently opened Bluesun Hotel Kaj**** in Marija Bistrica. Modern man does not flee from a dangerous enemy that conquers the territory; but stressful daily routines and problems that pressure you are a legitimate reason to escape, even for a little while. The doors of Bluesun Hotel Kaj**** are widely open, and our wellness will re-energise you at the speed of light with its program designed specifically for you.