Apartments Ana Wellness

Camiore 11, Rovinj, 52210, Croatia
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Excursions from Rovinj

by rob1951

I'd like to visit Plitvice Lakes National Park (party of 3) but who offers excursions from Rovinj?

Also is it worth the long journey or are there lesser comparable attractions closer to Rovinj?

What are costs like - i.e. could I get a private car trip and guide - I could consider car hire but it's 3 or 4 hours drive each way. Might I find an enterprising local who'd take us for maybe USD150?

Re: Excursions from Rovinj

by diocletianvs

Usually there are local agencies that offer one-day trips (by bus) from Istria to Plitvice Lakes. You will hardly find any info on the Internet but you'll have no trouble seeing offers for such trips once you are in Istria. You can ask for more info at your hotel reception or at a local tourist office.
In Istria there is a national park Brijuni/Brioni that is probably easier to visit from Rovinj.
My suggestion is not to miss the inland Istria - try to visit some of small picturesque towns there (Motovun, Svetvincenat, Groznjan, Bale, Oprtalj,....)

Re: Excursions from Rovinj

by trape

There are excursions from Pula to Plitvice Lakes every Tuesday, but the good thing is that it the bus goes to Rovinj and to Umag to pick up people. There are 4 pick up points in Rovinj, around 7 AM. The price is 55€ per person.

Travel Tips for Rovinj

ROVINJ CITY CENTER

by DPando

The main spot in Rovinj is the Church on the top of the hill ..from there hundreds of alleys slope down to the main square and the waterfront..Amazing sights going up to the top of islands in front of the coastline
In summer is a mostly popular destination for all the Istrians and its very crowded
At the same time a peace and relax spread all the town and i didnt find any trouble or bother there

Panoramic view

by croisbeauty

There is a legend of an island called Cissa, which sank to the bottom of the sea because of an eartquake of catastrophic force, the surviving inhabitants of which founded Rovinj in the early Middle Ages by settling the egg shaped island of Mons Rubinium.
The said legend cannot be taken granted, especially since a prehistoric necropolis was unearthed.

Abscence of Cars is Bliss

by Ekaterinburg

The harbour in Rovinj is really busy and there is more traffic across the water than on the streets. It took me a few days to realise that one of the things that's so great about this place is the comparative abscence of cars and exhaust fumes. There are some cars of course, parked in various places but in the centre, because of the narrow hilly streets, you never have to hear or make way for a car. But all day long and probably all night as well, the traffic at sea is constant. Fishing boats, ferries to the islands and pleasure boats mingle freely and although there is a large yacht marina in front of our hotel I've only seen one yacht at sail in the bay. Some moored boats are even used as souvenir shops and many were open at the weekend. This is the first time I've been in a place where everything seems to happen on the water and I absolutely love it. The chug-chug of motor boats, the hum of generators and the swoosh of water - such pleasant sounds and such a change from traffic conjested streets.

Pink house

by JLBG

A lovely pink house sits by the side of strong stonewall that has to be a part of the city wall. The first city wall was built in the Middle-Ages. The Venetians improved it and since then, some parts of the city wall were demolished and rebuilt several times.

Houses

by croisbeauty

There are number of Venetian styled palaces in the town of Rovinj, most of them situated on the peninsula.
The great influance of the Venetian architecture can be noticed in the town, which had the majority of Italian population until 1953, when most of them left Istria for good.
Some of deserted palaces are in a very bad conditions, like this one on the picture.

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