The small town of Lovran is connected by a seaside promenade – the "lungomare" with the better known town of Opatija. Lovran is marked by a pleasant climate and by an important architectural inheritance from the time of the Austrian monarchy, to which Lovran also belonged. In the VII century Lovran was mentioned for the first time and was well known in the middle Ages as city of sailors, fishermen and traders. Between the XIX and XX centuries the Austrian aristocracy gave the order to build villas in the northern and southern part of the old City, in secession style, with carefully maintained parks and gardens. Some of these, in typical imperial style, belong to the world-wide architectural cultural heritage and are today opened as exclusive hotels. In the hinterland of Lovran there is the nature park Ucka with maintained walking and cycling tracks through the centuries-old forests, in which chestnut trees (typical for this area) can be found. Apart from outstanding accommodation facilities, Lovran also offers outstanding gastronomic specialities and fish courses, which you can enjoy in the numerous restaurants.
Venice, Plitvice Lakes National Park, canoe safari, visit to the island of Krk, Istria tour.