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We enjoyed our visit to Hum. It certainly doesn’t take long to walk around but for us it was worth the stop. We looked in the church via the side door, very atmospheric and well cared for, like the rest of the village.
We visited Hum yesterday.
It is the smallest town in the world with only 23 inhabitants. And believe me, it is really small. You have seem hum in 5 minutes.
There is 1 tavern, 1 shop where you can eat an istrean platter. And 2...More
Hum a tourist trap town due to its moniker "the smallest town in the world" which is a marketing ploy. To enter the town you have to pay for parking and then you are sent to unpaved public parking in direct sun even if some...More
We visited Hum on the way from Zagreb to Opatija. Its a small village (technically a town) with very few residents. There is not much to see apart from few houses and some shops. You could visit it if you're in the vicinity.
I had high expectations for Hum. In reality, there is not much to see. The Church was not open to the public, and there were only a few small structures there. There were a couple small shops selling truffles and souvenirs. The bell tower can...More
very nice small place to visit during istria visit. it's a bit off the main roads but it's worth of spending a couple of hours. there are few shops with local stuff (olive oil, schnapps, truffles, ... ). try to visiti it during a week...More
The medieval town is very interesting.
You can find the oldest known Slavic alphabet Glagolitic in the church and at the entrance.
There are a couple of restaurants and souvenirs shops.
The views over the valley were amazing.