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Dvigrad

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Brittany_11_10 wrote a review Nov. 2020
Los Angeles, California1,294 contributions610 helpful votes
The Dvigrad ruins aren't necessarily anything to write home about, but they do offer a nice place for a picnic, or just a nice detour while driving in the Istrian countryside. Free parking, free "entrance," easy to see in 30 minutes or so.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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DaNick wrote a review Aug. 2020
3 contributions1 helpful vote
Great for those travelors who like to explore things themselves. Hiking shoes are recommended. The palacinka, made by the lady at the little kiosk next to the parking lot, is delicious.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Vedran S wrote a review Jan. 2020
Ljubljana, Slovenia85 contributions14 helpful votes
The most interesting in underground watter tank (huge!) that still collects watter. Name means 'twin towns' and the other one is on the other side of fjord. But almost notehing left of it.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Lucas Mimi2 wrote a review Nov. 2019
Zagreb, Croatia15 contributions
Old fortress in central Istria. Beautiful scenery eland amazing views. Great place for hiking and taking really nice pictures.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Celesa H wrote a review Oct. 2019
Pincher Creek, Canada115 contributions125 helpful votes
The ruins are easy to get to and easy to explore: no admission fee, ample parking, no crowds (in late September), just many paths weaving through the complex of what was once Moncastello. Some parts of the ruins have been and are being restored, while there are many others hidden in the surrounding forest. There are many walls, rooms, niches, windows, a stone/brick oven, old cobblestone lanes, steps, gates, the church, and great views of the surrounding valley. I imagine my kid would have loved to explore this place freely (she was not with me); any kid who dreams of castles and knights would have a great time here. However, there are many loose stones and hidden holes, so exercise care when walking through, especially off the beaten path. Very close to Rovinj and if you are passing through, worth stopping.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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