My favourite town in all of the Istrian Riviera. Visited from Porec and very glad I did! What a beautiful place!
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Rovinj is a wonderful city. Rich history can be felt at every step.The down town is small, with lovely old streets from the middel age. It is located at the foot of the church of St. Euphemia. Walking through the narrow streets and squares we...More
We loved walking around the old town and port especially beautiful at night and peeking into the small alleys looking for restaurants and shops. Recommend staying in area at least 3 nights, so much to see in area.
Rovinj Old Town is a must do if you are in Istria. It is so charming and romantic. We loved that it was a pedestrian zone and no cars were allowed. We also loved the Green Market in Rovinj is located in the center of...More
Such fun to walk through the tight alleys out to the church. The winding paths were full of cute homes on a cobblestone walk.
Lovely place to go you can sit on the wall opposite and watch the world go by in the sunshine, with beautiful views and lovely places to eat and drink closeby. We just love this place would definitely go there again sometime.
...because of the ancient stone work, this charming Old Town is 10 degrees F hotter than any place within a mile away. Cobblestones have been tread upon for centuries which gives you an opportunity to slip and fall down on the steep, slippery streets. Caution.
A treasure trove of shops & restaurants to explore. Beautiful views, and so much history to absorb, could easily have spent hours wandering through.
Empty in winter evenings. Nice park punta corrente. Good for bikes but not lot to do in winter time. But take amarin hotel
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.