Rovinj is a beautiful little town, the pearl of the Istrian peninsula, with a rich history and enchanting present. The Old city, a protected historical part, is the most wondrous and the most interesting part of Rovinj. It was established sometime between 3rd and 5th century AD. A visit to the Old city is a unique experience, with its numerous Romanesque-Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Neo-classicist windows, balconies, galleries, roof terraces, portals and stone steps. While walking along the narrows streets and squares, you will be fascinated by the beauty of tall houses packed tightly together, supporting one another on the hill underneath St. Euphemia’s Basilica, which used to be protected by early medieval and Renaissance city walls, partially preserved to this day.

Bus Rovinj – Amarin


*Bus station from Amarin resort (Monsena 2) will be in front of the resort and in the city bus station is located at the Central bus station.

*Dolce Vita double decker will leave from Amarin restaurant and in the city bus station is located in Gioradana Paliagie street, at the roundabout in front of the FINA building.



The connection between Central Europe and the Croatian coast is improving. During the summer months, traffic on the border crossings is increased, which may lead to short delays. To get into and drive around Croatia you need a green insurance card and a valid driver’s licence. In the Republic of Croatia a toll is charged on motorways and semi-motorways, as well as on certain bridges and tunnels.

Border crossings:

Kaštel – Dragonja, Plovanija – Sečovlje, Buzet – Sočerga (all towards Slovenia).

From Slovenia and Italy:

From Slovenia and Italy: border crossing Kaštel – Dragonja – toll gate Umag – Kanfanar interchange (motorway exit) – Putini –Rovinj

From Zagreb:

Zagreb – Rijeka – Učka Tunnel – Kanfanar interchange (motorway exit) – Putini – Rovinj

From Split:

Split – Bosiljevo – Rijeka – Učka Tunnel – Kanfanar interchange (motorway exit) – Putini – Rovinj.


The phone number for Road Assistance is 1987. For more detailed information, foreign tourists can contact the Information Centre of the Croatian Automobile Club at 00385 1 4640 800, available 24 hours a day. Information concerning road conditions can be obtained in several languages on the second channel of the Croatian Radio or on the Radio Data System.



Stansted – Treviso /Ryanair/

  • 1 FR 792 11JUN STNTSF 0620 0925
  • 2 FR 793 15JUN TSFSTN 0950 1100

Price: from GBP 85 + TSC GBP 20

Stansted – Trst /Ryanair/

  • 1 FR 168 K 12JUN 5 STNTRS NN1 1345 1655
  • 2 FR 169 V 16JUN 2 TRSSTN NN1 1720 1835

Price: from GBP 126 + TSC GBP 20

London Heathrow – Zagreb / British Airways/

  • 2 BA 848 S 11JUN 4 LHRZAG 0830 1150
  • 3 BA 849 M 16JUN 2 ZAGLHR 1240 1410

Price: from € 310 + TSC € 25

Select flight:

Stansted – Treviso /Ryanair/Stansted - Trst /Ryanair/London Heathrow – Zagreb / British Airways/



IMPORTANT NOTE: Flights are on request. Availability and final price will depend on the time of the reservation.


Rovinj is connected with direct bus lines to all major centres in Croatia. For more information, please visit,, and the site of Zagreb Bus Station

Organized international bus transport:

Phone numbers of bus stations:

Pula  phone 00385 52 500 012

Rovinj  phone 00385 60 333 111 (only for calls from Croatia)

For more information, please visit


The port of Rovinj is connected to Venice and the Emilia-Romagna region. For more information, please visit and

Rijeka Ferry Port, located 91 km from Rovinj, is connected to the islands of Kvarner and Dalmatia by ferries. For more information, please visit


For more information on rail traffic, please visit

The nearest railway stations:

Kanfanar Railway Station (18 km), Jurja Dobrile 10, phone: 00385 52 825 011

Pula Railway Station (32 km), Kolodvorska 7, phone: 00385 52 541 733