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Na Kantridi, najzapadnijem dijelu našeg grada, stisnut morskom obalom i visokim kamenim stijenama, smjestila se sportska arena jedinstvena po ljepoti i ugođaju.
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Football stadium on the sea level,after you see it , mind to take with you swimming suit because in the winter there are Kantrida Pools or in the Summer Ploče beach!
Rijeka’s stadium lies between the sea and the rocks, and its special and attractive position earned it the third place on the CNN's list of the most unusual stadiums in the world.
If you're a sports fan, then you'll surely enjoy this iconic stadium. Located in an ex-quarry, the stadium is guarded by massive boulders from one side and the sea from the other. It was home to the local football club NK Rijeka for decades and is a part of Rijeka's sport history and holds a…
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“SUPERMARKET TOMMY on "-1" floor. Entrance from the square Trg Ivana Koblera or directly from the Korzo pedestrian zone.”
- Door 1 locals aangeraden
“ A basic restaurant with moderate menu offer. What is really great about this restaurant is that it is really cheap and you get really big portions. This is where families and students usually go if they want to have some lunch in the restaurant - yet they don't want to be too formal and pay too much.”
- Door 7 locals aangeraden
“Take a walk inside the ancient Medieval city core of Lovran and watch a hundreds years old story. It's story about past times, about the live style and constructing at that time. You will meet pittoresque little streets all around, surrounded by old houses, archs, squares, galleries and chapels.”
- Door 6 locals aangeraden
Fast Food Restaurant
“Rijeka Tower Clock was the city gate once-upon-a-time. The buildings to the south of the Korzo (high) street in front of the Tower Clock are all built on reclaimed land. Passing under the Tower Clock takes you into the Old Town where most of Rijeka houses were until the town started growing thanks to shipping and industries in the 18th and 19th century. This led also to Rijeka being the place were torpedo was invented. The Tower Clock sports again - after decades of being stripped off it - the double-headed eagle on its top, which was part of the city's insignia and heraldry from the Austro-Hungarian times.”
- Door 8 locals aangeraden
“About 1 km further from the Kantrida football stadium is the swimming pool complex (3 indoors Olympic-size swimming pools and an outdoors Olympic diving pool) below which is the Ploče beach (a.k.a. Fiumana beach) with 2 beach bars serving food as well.”
- Door 2 locals aangeraden