Empty in winter evenings. Nice park punta corrente. Good for bikes but not lot to do in winter time. But take amarin hotel
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One of the nicest towns that we visited while in the Istria peninsula. Lots of waterfront walkways, evening activities and people watching. In addition some of the best food in Croatia is found in this town, given the Italian infusion.
What a lovely little town. The old town is situated on a hill right on the sea. There is a cathedral at the top of the hill and the town developed around the cathedral. The climb to the top is steep, but manageable. Fortunately there...More
Any trip to Rovinj you will need to walk around the old town to the church on top of the hill. There is two ways up the steps accessible from the harbour side or a ramped approach to the rear where the photo was taken....More
To be honest this small mediteranean town amazed me. The small and narrow streets and the colorful buildings, is one of the most beautiful cities in the eastern Europe.
The old town of Rovinj looks exactly the same like other old town all around Croatia. Nothing special, just the lovely cafes, restaurants and some food market as well. Just good to be there, have a seat on any of the terraces and have coffee...More