10 Things to Do in Pazin That You Shouldn't Miss

Pazin (Italian: Pisino, German: Mitterburg) is a city in western Croatia, the administrative seat of Istria County. It is known for medieval Pazin Castle, the former residence of the Istrian margraves.

1. Pazin Cave

Valvasorova Ulica | Valvasorova 1, Pazin 52000, Croatia Nature & Parks, Caverns & Caves
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4.5 based on 82 reviews

Pazin Cave

Pazin cave is a natural speleological object, with guides followed a slight descent into the canyon of the riverbed pazinčica, the underground part of the trail is about 200 m long and it ends with a big hall and an underground lake, there are two small zip line inside the speleological object which transfer visitors to a sandbar of the underground lake. Because of the limited number of visitors you need to book!

Reviewed By I6643XCmariev - Kortrijk, BelgiumKortrijk, Belgium

Cave Tour

Very professional. A very nice tour. A must see when in Pazin or even anywhere of Istrië. We recommend this for nature lovers and people who are a bit adventurous. There is a bit of climbing to do and you have to have a bit of luck with the weather and wi

2. Andelini Winery

Velanov Brijeg 42, Pazin 52000, Croatia Food & Drink, Wineries & Vineyards
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5 based on 9 reviews

Andelini Winery

Reviewed By Maari100 - Helsinki, FinlandHelsinki, Finland

Visit on the Croatian vineyard

Tasted at the winery and at home Merlot (red wine) and Malvazija (white wine) from Andelini Winery, Pazin, Croatia. Excellent. These wine Bottles plus honey, almond grappas plus olive oil. 75.000 lt a Year is the production being the second largest in the

3. Zarecki Krov

Pazin, Croatia Nature & Parks, Waterfalls
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4.5 based on 6 reviews

Zarecki Krov

Reviewed By bramBOM - Leuven, BelgiumLeuven, Belgium

Cliffdive waterval

Mooie waterval waar je kan afspringen en kan zwemmen onder de waterval. Lekker verfrissend! Mooie omgeving om in rond te wandelen.

4. Church of St. Mary of Skriljine

50 kilometres from Smrikve, Pazin, Croatia Sights & Landmarks, Churches & Cathedrals
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4.5 based on 18 reviews

Church of St. Mary of Skriljine

Reviewed By ZoranSTE - Cakovec, CroatiaCakovec, Croatia

Small church with great frescos

A small medieval church. The beautiful frescos from the 15th century. At the time it was built, most people were illiterate, so that both sides of the church are painted with Biblical themes. At the time, the best way for believers to learn the basics of

5. Pazin Abyss

Trg Istarskog Razvoda 1, Pazin 52000, Croatia Nature & Parks, Caverns & Caves
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4 based on 20 reviews

Pazin Abyss

Reviewed By PapineLaSarre - La SarreLa Sarre

Amazing and unique experience !

This visit is a "cave experience" second to none. If you are ready for 20 minutes of easy walking to the cave entrance and if you are ready for some mud and dirt, this is a visit you do not want to miss. Guided by knowledgeable -and kind - speologists, we

6. Pazin City Museum / Muzej Grada Pazina

Trg Istarskog Razvoda 1, Pazin 52000, Croatia Museums, History Museums, Art Museums
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3.5 based on 21 reviews

Pazin City Museum / Muzej Grada Pazina

Reviewed By Aronsejet - Ringe, DenmarkRinge, Denmark

Small, quick museum

As a historian i'm always interested in small local museums because they show something different.This museum is nothing special, it shows the history of the local area with a strong focus on the history of the working class. Unfortunately only a very sma

7. Church of St. Nicholas

Antuna Kalca 2, Pazin 52000, Croatia Sights & Landmarks, Churches & Cathedrals
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Reviewed By GIUSEPPE C - Trento, ItalyTrento, Italy

Il patrono della città

Il Duomo dedicato a San Nicola, protettore della città, risale al 1.266 come testimonia un'iscrizione posta sulla porta piccola di destra della chiesa che in quel tempo era una cappella di campagna lontana dal nucleo di case che gravitavano attorno al cas

8. Zip Line Pazinska jama

Enter a destinationPazin, Croatia
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Zip Line Pazinska jama

ZipLine is an adventurous flight using cables and pulleys. Our ZipLine is located above the famous Pazin cave. Zip Line Pazin Cave consists of four lines. Visitors start their adventure from the gorge below the Hotel Lovac. The first two lines are 80 meters long each one. The third is 220 meters long and reaches a speed of 40 km/h, leading to the courtyard of House for writers. The fourth line is a longest 280 meters, and also fastest 50 km/h. As a rule, it is the favorite as it allows you to enjoy the view of the cave and the famous Castle above it. This line ends above the small cave Babina kuca, on the lookout, which is named after the famous French writer Jules Verne, who in his novel Mathias Sandorf (1885.) wrote about Pazin Cave and the Castle. By trail on the cliffs of Pazin Cave, and in less than five minutes, we come back to the place where it starts. Suitable for children and adults.

Reviewed By egbrabner - Millbrook, United KingdomMillbrook, United Kingdom

Fantastic setting for a zipwire

Great experience. Not really expensive. Brilliant setting over a river chasm and cave. Very, very well run and safe. Really nice and friendly staff, who make sure you are at ease. It does feel quite fast and would do it again. Dear Sirs, thank you very much for visiting us. We are glad you liked it and you enjoy it. Hope to come back again.RegardsRomina

9. Pazin Chasm

Valvasorova Ulica, Pazin, Croatia Outdoor Activities, Other Outdoor Activities
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3.5 based on 41 reviews

Pazin Chasm

Reviewed By LnCS

Don't make a special trip

I was underwhelmed by the chasm and didn't even bother walking down. Pazin is a large town so finding parking and the chasm can take some effort. We were passing through the area so made a stop; I'm glad we did not make a special trip to this town.

10. Taste Istria

Prilaz Kastelu 3, Pazin 52000, Croatia Shopping, Gift & Specialty Shops
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Taste Istria

Gastro - Souvenir - Wine Shop 'TASTE ISTRIA' is a place to try, buy and enjoy some of the best wines, truffles, liqueurs, jams (and much more) from magical fields of Istria.

Reviewed By bramBOM - Leuven, BelgiumLeuven, Belgium

Kleine shop

Charmant klein winkeltje in de straten van Pazin. Je kan er verschillende streekproducten kopen. Vooral wijn en grappa. Gezellig om in de straatjes rond te wandelen. Wijnen hier beginnen vanaf 10 Euro

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