Residence Marco Polo

Iza kasarne 3, Rovinj, Croatia

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Residence Marco Polo – the former residence of famous Venetian explorer Marco Polo located in the town historical centre was restored in 2010. It includes apartments with a view to the famous historical square of Balbi (big square), The residence is situated near the black alleys with arcades of painters and local antiquarians.

Prices are per person per night.

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Apartment Facilities & Policies

  • Breakfast Not Included
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Taxes included

Cancellation Policy

This property has a 3 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.

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Check In: 4.00 pm
Check Out: 10.00 am

Cancellation Policy: 3 days

Minimum Stay: 2 nights
Credit Cards accepted
Breakfast not included
Taxes Included

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By car:
Leaving the motorway, continuing to Rovinj NOT follow the signs 'CENTER' on the left, continue straight until 'you find the sign (entrance historic center). You can park there, or ask the bar staff. Guests of Residence Porta Antica are entiteld to have the pass (valid for 60 minutes exit return pass) to deliver your suitcases. In the center you find Piazza Tito (only square with the fountain), follow 50 meters on the right.
by plane:
The nearest airport is Pula at 30 km from Rovinj, taxi distance is covered in 30 minutes
By sea:
Venice in the spring and summer hydrofoils provide agile and fast connections. From the pier in Rovinj to the Residence Porta Antica 50 meters away.
By bus:
The bus station is about 200 meters far away. From there follow the main street of Rovinj, Carera Street. In the middle 'of the street Carera there is a passage that goes to the harbor and piazza Tito (only square with the fountain). After the fountain 50 meters on the right you will find the Residence Porta Antica and our reception.

Located Near

Istria's first and only „specialized ornithological reserve' extends over „Palud' cove, located eight kilometers from the center of Rovinj towards the southwest.
Over 200 bird types have been recorded in the cove and giant willow trees stand in the northern part of the swamps found within this vast forest. „Two Sisters' islets may be found within the cove and is the place where seagulls traditionally nest.
In the „outstanding scenic wonders' category of the greater city area, a special place is held by the flooded karstic canyon „Limska Draga', the popular „Lim Fjord' that has been declared „a special maritime reserve'.
Romuald's cave' may be found within the slopes of this fjord. Today, „Limska Draga' is one of the largest breeding sites of „seafood' in Croatia.
Other cultural-historical sights of the greater city area include the mystical Dvigrad (Due Castelli), the ruins of a medieval city from the 17th century where remains from the church of „Saint Sophia' and graffiti written in the Old Slavic language may be found. Also, 'Kanfanar' in the countryside, and 'Bale', which is know for its autochthonous 'eco'-gastronomic offers.

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