Opatija - El paseo centenario

Opatija - El paseo centenario
El paseo marítimo de 12 km de longitud que conecta los pueblos de la Riviera de Opatija: Volosko, Opatija, Ičići, Ika y Lovran celebra este año sus 100 años de existencia. En la época en la que abrieron los primeros hoteles de Opatija, Kvarner en el año 1884 e Imperial en el año 1885, comenzó la construcción del conocido paseo marítimo (lungomare). La construcción del paseo marítimo comenzó oficialmente en el año 1885 y terminó en el año 1889, año en el que Opatija ha sido nombrada ciudad balneario. Más tarde el paseo marítimo se ha prolongado hasta el pueblo de Lovran y se ha abierto oficialmente en el año 1911. Durante el pasado siglo, por este paseo marítimo, uno de los símbolos del conocido destino turístico de Opatija y su Riviera, ha pasado un gran número de turistas. Y es que cualquiera que visita la ciudad, tiene que aprovechar la ocasión de pasear por lungomare. Es un lugar muy transitado en cualquier época del año, ofrece la oportunidad de hacer ejercicio con increíbles vistas al mar y a la preciosa bahía de Kvarner. El paseo marítimo es bonito en cualquier época del año, ofrece magníficas vistas a los jardines y hoteles entre los que se encuentran sus contemporáneos, el hotel Kvarner e Imperial, a la montaña Ucka, y otros monumentos de esta zona. Se puede descansar en los bancos o tomar un café, helado o deliciosa comida en las terrazas justo al lado del mar, y todo ello son imágenes que se nos quedan grabadas y no se olvidan. El centenario paseo marítimo es uno de los lugares más bonitos de esta ciudad.


Oficina de Turismo de la región de Primorje y Gorski Kotar
www.kvarner.hr

Oficina de Turismo de la ciudad de Opatija
www.opatija-tourism.hr
 
 

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