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I escaped one night in Rijeka and i went to do a little sight seeing. The place looks great especialy at night, you have a lot of restaurants, bars, shops, plenty places to go to, i went on a sunday and found allmost all shops...More
This was our first port of call in Croatia on a cruise.
While it is not the prettiest of towns (compared to the likes of Korcula & Sibenik) we had a fabulous walking tour with our excellent guide Dragica. She is an architect by profession...More
Walking around deck 7 to take photos, I found that town had a great welcome going for Prinsendam. A band and baton twirlers were greeting the ship. There were also locals dressed in traditional dress offering complimentary samples of the local beverage and candy of...More
Rijeka is off the main tourist trail but a few hours with Ema, from rijekatrips, brought it alive for us. We booked a private tour, not expensive, based around my husband's interest in military history and the old torpedo factory there. It has been one...More
An excellent vibration in city. Great places to eat and drink. Amazing Trsat castle. True is that this is a port and little bit confusing with traffic. All potentials not developed yet, but definitely will not miss upcoming opportunities. People are great in Rijeka. No...More
Rijeka is the biggest port town in Croatia, and apart for a few nice churches three is not much to see here.The port is nice and large if you like those kind of things. Much of the town has a real stamp of the old...More
After my wife and I tried to book a stay in Split and Dubrovnik and noticed the ridiculous prices, we decided to take our chances with Rijeka. This was a wonderful surprise, for the Rijeka city center was a very nice place to visit, and...More
We met our guide Ivan in an easy central location and spent an hour or so wondering the fish, meat, dairy and fresh produce markets. We learnt all about the foods which are special to the region, and how to identify fresh fish. Ivan was...More
After leaving Dubrovsnik, I rented an car and spent a week in Rijeka, using it as a hub to explore northern Croatia. The reviews of Rijeka describe a run down former industrial city, but I found a nice, inexpensive place beside a long pedestrian plaza...More