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City tour: Opatija

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* Private excursion:
supplement per excursion 120 Eur

City tour: Opatija

Starts from: Opatija
Excursion duration: 10:00 - 11:30
Also available transfers from: Rovinj, Poreč, Zagereb, Ljubljana
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Departure date: Every day
Active from: 01.01-31.12

City tour: Opatija

Starts from: Opatija
Excursion duration: 10:00 - 11:30
20,00 EUR/Person
* Private excursion:
supplement per excursion 120 Eur
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Opatija: Old town, sights
Meeting point: Riva
Entrances: Paying upon arrival
- Specialized guide: 1:30h

On request:
Group entrances
Tailor-made visit:
- Austro-Hungarian surroundings
Lunch: local cuisine, 30 €
Transfer to meeting point

Excursion's informations

The Opatija Riviera is situated in the Kvarner bay on the eastern coast of the Istrian peninsula. It stretches for 25km along the coastal belt from Volosko to Moscenicka Draga, under the Ucka Mountain. There are eight tourist resorts with numerous restaurants, hotels, villas and parks in this area.

Angiolina Park – Villa Angiolina, the park came into existence sometime between 1845 and 1960. The park contains countless plants brought from different parts of the world. The Villa was built in 1844. It was once the central entertainment place of the elite and now presents a mouseum of tourism.
Lungomare (coastal promenade) – was built in stages and stretches from Preluk to Lovran and is about 12km long.
Church of Mary’s Annunciation - a neoromantic building with a green dome and a convent. It was built in 1906.
Madonna – a statue by Rathauskog, an author from Graz, was placed at the point until the tempest knocked it over. Today the “Madonna” is set up so that it watches over the soul of count Arthur Kesselstadt, who went missing not far from the point in the waves in 1891.
Hotels and villas – the beauty and unique features of the buildings are mesmerizing. The Kvarner hotel and Villa Amalia, where European kings and emperors used to reside, are the best-known.