The neo-Gothic parish church of St. Joseph from the beginning of the 20th century was restored as a votive church at the expense of the Croats from Burgenland in Austria. A castle of the Draskovic family from the 19th century.
An important position on the main road and the railroad, valuable cultural (castle, museum) and natural heritage (the municipal park and the unique sequoia tree are protected as horticultural monuments) underlie the development of Slatina as a transit tourist destination. Major annual cultural events include the Days of Milko Kelemen, a music event (in May), and the Slatina Fair, with presentations of craft products and traditional crafts (end of August). In the village of Visnjica near Slatina is the unique stud-farm of Arabian horses.
Slatina and its surroundings have a number of sports grounds (football, basketball, handball, tennis, etc.). Hunting grounds of the Croatian forest management company Hrvatske Sume stretch toward the Drava river. Angling opportunities are provided on the Drava river, the Cadavica and their numerous backwaters.