Villa Vrsar

Address: Brostolade 23, Vrsar, Istria, 52450, Croatia | Inn
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This inn, located on Brostolade 23, Vrsar, is near Porec Old Town, Baredine Cave (Jama-grotta Baredine), Round Tower, and Romanesque House.
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Travel Blogs from Vrsar

Istrian Hill Towns - Croatia's Answer to Tuscany

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 03, 2015

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... expensive restaurants and some of the world’s best truffle hunting in the area. And what was taking place on this Saturday in October but the Istrian Truffle Festival. The big tents set up were dedicated to all local gourmet products – wines, mushrooms, olive oils, cheeses, mushrooms, salamis, prsut (cured ham), conserves – with unlimited free tastings. Well, the wine was only almost free at 30 kunas (less than $5) for a souvenir glass and unlimited ...

Piran - Slovenian Istria

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 03, 2015

46 photos

... largely Italian culturally but part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire until the end of WWI, then part of Italy through WWII, and then part of Yugoslavia until its breakup in the early 1990s. Most of the Italian population left the region after WWII, but from the sound of things the Austrians and Italians have all returned as tourists. And I can see why. Of all the coastal Istrian towns I saw I found Piran to be the ...

Coastal Istria - Pula, Rovinj, and Porec

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 02, 2015

71 photos

... but is more of an industrial shipbuilding center than a tourist town overall. I think I covered everything of interest in town and had lunch there in less than three hours.

Last but not least is Porec, pronounced in Serbo-Croatian more like "poor wretch". Porec is Istria’s biggest tourist town, surrounded by resort hotels and still busy in early October with crowds of Italians and German speakers. Porec’s old town is also located on a peninsula, but ...


A travel blog entry by mclewiskm on Oct 02, 2015

At 9 am sharp, our guide, Goran arrived and we set off for a tour of Rovinj where the signs are all in both Croatian and Italian because of the dominance of the Venician Empire on this part of Croatia. Both languages are required in school which makes it very easy for us Americans. Goran was a walking history book and we learned the entire history and development from beginning to the present. It felt ...

Departing Rovinj

A travel blog entry by pmsymes on Oct 01, 2015

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We stayed in a very nice apartment here and used this as our hub for two days. It was listed as a four star facility and they certainly met our expectations. We arrived with two weeks of dirty laundry and they did for us as part of their services and it came back all folded in our room. We met her son who speaks six languages and he gave us great advice about seeing the area. We then ran into him in ...