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“Rovinj, Main Street”
Review of Main Street

Reviewed 15 July 2014

This is a good place to get lost. There are many shops and galleries displaying their wares. Also many little cafes, bistros and the occasional serious restaurant among the twisting streets. You won't really get lost. Keep going up and you come out at St Euphemia. Keep going down and you come out at the Adriatic.

Thank Tim R
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Reviewed 8 July 2014

A nice street with a lot of shops, an old houses,some restaurants,an old chapel,now exibition hal from painter Koss

Thank Rolly04
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Reviewed 5 July 2014

A vibrant place with lots of restaurants, cafes, and souvenir shops and galleries. The few hours I spent there were not enough. Just means I'll have to come back again for a longer visit :-)

Thank Jadranka K
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Reviewed 29 June 2014

Jazz festival going on over two evenings whilst we were there. Told always something happening. Plenty of outdoor door bars to people watch

1  Thank bubbaNotts
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Reviewed 27 June 2014

The main street along with its various side streets and alleyways are full of old world charm. Cluttered with restaurants, galleries, boutiques - you name it and its there.The harbour and markets nearby you cannot go wrong.
We came accross the early 18th century Franciscan Monastery on Street Edmondo De Amicis No22 which is a 5 minute pleasant uphill walk from the centre. It opens from 10am to 12 noon every day. Admission 10kuna (£1.10P) and incorporates a small museum and art gallery mainly of religious interest. This includes entry to the magnificent church/chapel which is still used daily. It really is worth the visit. One of the crypts has a huge nativity crypt with Bethlehem in the background. One of the largest and best I have seen.
Yes the main street and surrounding area to me is a magical and vibrant place not to be missed.

1  Thank spinone1
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