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About Rovinj
Nestled on the Istrian peninsula of Croatia, in the Adriatic Sea, Rovinj is a calm and serene fishing village. Surrounded by natural splendors and flaunting rustic charm, Rovinj is a picturesque archipelago consisting of a total of 20 islands. The extraordinary beauty of Rovinj is defined aptly by its dramatic landscapes, beautiful historic sites, narrow cobblestone streets, calm coves, and photogenic beaches.  Impressive baroque buildings, lush parks, and majestic medieval city gates add to the quaint charm of the city of Rovinj.

Rovinj is home to many of the exotic tourist attractions in Croatia, starting from the 12th century town clock and the baroque church of St. Euphemia’s Basilica to the lively shopping street of Grisia and the exuberant Balbi Arch. Some of the scenic natural wonders of the city include the breathtaking Lim Fjord and the Punta Corrente Forest. Tourists visiting Rovinj can engage in a number of fun and thrilling activities.

Adventure enthusiasts can enjoy rock climbing, hiking, and cycling at the Zlatni Rt Forest Park. Shoppaholics can enjoy souvenir shopping at La Girisa and Carrera street. History buffs can take a heritage walk through the Old Town and marvel at the gothic and renaissance architectures. Rovinj enjoys cool winters and mild to warm summers. The best time to visit Rovinj city is during the summers, when you can swim in the seawaters, roam around the narrow alleys, and enjoy sightseeing in the warm weather and soft breeze.
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