Meet the most important Croatian harbour on Kvarner Bay in the northern Adriatic Sea. It’s known as a gateway to Croatia’s islands. Let’s start with Corso, Rijeka’s main pedestrian street where is Rijeka’s most distinctive monument, the Clock Tower. This Clock has a special place in the hearths of Rijeka’s people, because it survived Rijeka’s devastating in 1750. This Clock is from 17th century and today it still works properly! Do not hesitate to see other venues such as Municipal Palace, the Church St. Vid, Croatian National Theatre, city walls, and big city market. Get to Trsat – the best-preserved Medieval fortress of Croatia and the Adriatic! Originally, the fortress of Trsat of Rijeka had a strategically important position as it towered above a deep canyon and Rijecina river, ships travelling into the mainland were observed from there. Do not miss Rijeka’s Carbival in February! It has been included in the list of “Top 500 European Events”, the Sunday Times included it among the 24 Most Exotic World Events and in 2009 it was also included in the book “501 Must Be There Events”. This is the third largest carnival after Rio de Janeiro and Venice!