Prigorje Brdovečko naselje is about 6 kilometers from the town of Zaprešić in the municipality of Brdovec. Just half an hour's drive from the capital Zagreb, you come to peace, clean air, beautiful forests and paths, where you can still see domestic animals, hear the chirping of birds and use your free time in nature, actively engage in sports and try local wine and cuisine.
Numerous mountain streams flow through the foothills, separating and joining hills and hills. Prigorje descends all the way to the lowlands of the Sava River, which occupies a larger area of the municipality. The Sava area upstream from Zagreb and the Sutla River are protected parts of the NATURA 2000 network and represent a unique natural habitat for numerous species.
The settlement is home to Januševec Castle, the highest range of classicist architecture in Croatia. It belongs to the category zero monuments, and is located on a small hill above the Sava valley. Today, the castle is used by the Croatian State Archives as a repository for archival material.