Church of St Florian
Built in 1672, this church was dedicated to the patron saint of fires after a serious blaze destroyed much of the Old Town.
The five medieval houses at Nos 7 to 15 of this square have narrow side passages (some with doors) where rubbish was once deposited so...
Church of St James
The Church of St James, built in 1615, houses Robba's main altar (1732), though far more interesting is the one in the church's Chapel...
One of the most chilled places to drink (and eat) in the Old Town, the gay-friendly 'Collage' picks up where the much missed Open Cafe...
Gostilnica 5-6 KG
This attractive bistro in the upper reaches of the Old Town is where to head when you could really eat a, well, pig. It specialises in...
Gornji trg 38 · interesting places nearby
Taverna Tatjana information
This charming little tavern bordering Old Town specialises in fish and seafood (though there's beef and foal on the menu too). Housed in several vaulted rooms of an atmospheric old townhouse with wooden ceiling beams, the fish is fresher than a spring shower. Go for something you wouldn’t normally find elsewhere like brodet (Croatian fish stew with polenta) or cuttlefish black risotto.
In warmer weather, try to bag a table in the lovely walled back courtyard.