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Vielle ville de Labin, Labin
(3.9/5 based on 110 reviews on the web)
Vielle ville de Labin is located in Labin. Plan to visit Vielle ville de Labin during your Labin vacation using our convenient Labin family vacation planner.
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  • If you're in the area, can you's "take out". But there are much nicer places in Istria. In addition the remote location of far from any road. We came from Porec and needed almost an hour. Men climb the Summit and has a very nice view. The Church was closed and there were only down local. Parking is difficult.
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  • If you want to look into one of the typical Istrian old towns thrive on the hills and do not penetrate very far inland, Lábin may be the ideal choice. From the resort in Rabac is just a few kilometres away, and this makes him a nice view of the surrounding countryside and the sea and the island of Cres. The old town is a pedestrian zone, for a car is behind established parking lot. And I recommend you park here, is an interesting view of the city. The old Lábin is nice as a whole, perfect and on a one-hour walk. There is nothing in particular to see the stunning, rather it comes to the overall impression. Part of the old town is fixed, part of it is still in a bad condition and waiting for rescue. Specific recommendations-come here in the evening, browse the city and then go to dinner to the Kvarner Bay and enjoy the perfect combination of Istrian.
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  • Sure, the old town is located beautifully and a visit interesting. But bon must make significant cuts the partly very nicely coloured guide descriptions: there are also ruins and decaying angle more than great, every 2nd step you step on a cat (if not for dog owners!), and museums, churches and towers are not always open. Wanted to really make a treasure box out of the existing, would have to do much, much more.
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