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This part of Rovinj is beautiful. We spent most of our last day, (and night, but that was a directional problem) wandering around the old town. Full of small restuarants, shops and whenever you feel like it, you can just climb over the wall, down...More
The Old City of Rovinj used to be an island but is now connected to the mainland. It is small and compact so one can see the Old City in an afternoon. Don't miss the church at the top and the spectacular views. Be prepared...More
Said by many to be the most visited town in Croatia. when you explore the towns old quarter you begin to understand why. Roving's main landmark is St Euphemia church and its amazing bell tower. Wonderful views from the top. 20 Kuna to climb the...More
old narrow streets,all cobbles.lots of shops selling local crafts.nice old church at the top with a nice bell tower you can climb,the town itself is on a hilly headland.nice harbour ,with boat trips to different places.one trip we did was the evening dolphin trip,We saw...More
Rovinj has been quite the find. Small enough to explore, not too steep, kits of hidden surprises, and lively friendly people.
There were enough little shops and plenty of restaurants to keep us going for several days. We found a couple of little swimming spots...More
We approached Rovinj from the sea and it looked very impressive. The streets are narrow and the surface is blocks of marble, highly polished by human feet. There is quite a climb up to the church and then back down into the town. There are...More