Discover the best top things to do in Primorje-Gorski Kotar County, Croatia including Krk City walls, Lungo Mare, Mrtvi kanal i Palaca Adamic, Rijeka Tunnel, Baska, Korzo, Stube Petra Kruzica, Tarsaticki principij, Kamplin Square, Trg Ivana Koblera.
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Old Town Center is surrounded with the well preserved entire perimeter of the City Walls. Some parts of the wall are nearly two thousand years old.
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We had some meeting in Volosko and after we wanted to walk a little in Opatija. Usually in summer it is not possible to park car here but it was late and we had lack. We find a place in one private small parking. It was expensive but we was happy. It was very ALIVE on Opatija's lungo mare, or riva as you like. Lot of people, music. For me it is always nice to just walk here, sit , eat ice cream or some of fantastic cakes, and have something to drink by the sea. What can you want more of life. Opatija is small but so beautiful OLD LAY like people call this city. One of splendid stars in tourism in Croatia. Always GREAT. If you want you can walk more by the sea for kilometers and also drink something in nice beach bar on the Opatia's beach. here you can lay down on beach beds or just sit and drink or eat something in this nice place.
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I am glad that was able to visit Baska during my visit in Krk island. The town is amazing - great combination between nature - sea, wild rocks on the right and green mountain at the left! Beautiful sea It is remote but worth visiting
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At the beginning of the 20th century, Korzo started to assume its modern-day outlines. The main promenade and meeting-point for Rijeka citizens as well as the construction area used in building the symbolic palaces demonstrate various styles including Classical, Historical, Secessional, and Modernist. Urban regulations appeared in the latter half of the 19th century, but these meant only an intensification of the rate of raising the seabed (with sand), and grand public constructions which appear to have very developed the seabed. Even then, at the turn of the century, the picture is of a littoral town straitened by its walls. Today, is hard to believe that until the sea-trench was filled-in and the town walls pulled down, this was only a gravel sea coast with a few wooden embankments and storehouses, a shipyard and a city log house which traded in cereals, fish and salt.
You haven’t visited Rijeka unless you take a leisurely stroll down the Korzo! People watch, window shop, enjoy a coffee or dessert! A must!
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over 500 stairs leading from center to hill of Trsat. Only if you think you're fit enough, take a trial climb...
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