Personnel in Pozega's Tourist Office at Trg Svetog Trojstva 3 (tel. 034/274-900; fax 034/274-901; www.pozega.hr) do not speak English, but they can provide English-language brochures and maps. Pozega isn't worth an overnight, but if you must stay, accommodations are mostly B&B style and can be arranged at the Tourist Office. Lipik's tourist office is small but personnel are very willing to help. Lipik's tourism office is at Marija Terezija 27 (tel. 034/421-530; email@example.com). Pakrac was on the front line during the Homeland War, and there isn't much left for a tourism office to talk about, but people there will be happy to tell you the town's history and what happened to it in the war. The Pakrac tourism office is at Trg Bana Jelacica 18 (tel. 034/411-454; fax 034/411-081; www.pakrac.hr).
Pakrac is 27km (17 miles) south of Daruvar, and Lipik is just 5km (3 miles) south of Pakrac. Pozega is 51km (33 miles) east of Pakrac. There is local bus service to Lipik, Pakrac, and Pozega, but Pozega has the only frequent service, with links to Osijek and beyond. Pozega is also served by trains; both the bus and train stations are on the north side of town, a short walk from the center. All three towns can easily be reached by car from Osijek or Daruvar.
You can see everything worth seeing in Pakrac on a drive-through and everything in Lipik by walking. Pozega is a much bigger town and you might need a car or other transport to get to the 'burbs and peripheral attractions.
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