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All reviews runs parallel old town souvenir shops picturesque town outdoor market plenty of places to eat old world charm fishing port local produce nice atmosphere ice cream st euphemia few hours art galleries people watch bars and restaurants beautiful place
once you parked your car downtown, walk along Obala V. N to Riva Vladimir Nazor, there is a restaurant located in the middle directly located on the sea where you can take gorgeous photos of Old Town Rovinj... move on to Setaliste vive ca Europe...More
What a stunning place. So beautiful with its church perched at the top of the medevial town. Superb narrow streets to wander round with artisan arts and craft shops among the variety of cafes and restaurants Along the waterfront wonderful views to be had and...More
From the Bus Station, I had 2 options to walk to the historic areas of Rovinj. I chose the route closest to the water of Adriatic Sea. There were very few motor vehicles here and the views were beautiful.
The walk took me to inclined,...More
A nice town for a walk around with all the usual shops and with plenty of places to eat and drink, meander up the narrow alleys and watch the fishing boats land there catches of sardines. What I did like was you don’t get the...More
Shoe stores are prominent along the short main street selling in summertime Italian and Turkish leather sandals with a well reduced price. At Obuca I bought a pair in blue and pink with suede fringes and found yet another in gold leather with thick practical...More
Don’t know what does it mean Main Street. In reality all small streets in Rovinj are fantastic with gems in any corner.
Maybe not the main (Grisia) but some smaller (like Trevisol and Montalbano) are even much better, quieter, more real but still alive.
We daily walked from our flat to the city through the main street to then reach the rocks in front of the church where we would spend the day.
The main street is full of people, with a few gelaterias, artisanal and clothing shops, restaurants...More
We went walking from our hotel Lone towards the old city of Rovijn en it was just a little too hot to walk with the kids, around 35 degrees, but besides that the city is just beautiful and it's full of cozy corners with amazing...More