The Adriatic Times Sinke

Winter brings many fable-like sceneries, and Sibenik‘s Robert Visiani Park isn’t short on its share. The park’s fountain, usually crowded with birds during the summer season, now lies embraced by ice, giving it a strange, enchanted look. Add evergreen trees and old-style lanterns, and the only thing missing is a book by Charles Dickens.

The park is named after a 19th-century Sibenik botanist Robert Visiani, and features a statue of Croatian King Petar Kresimir IV. This royal also gave the name to a popular drinking spot in the nearby vicinity of the park (Petar Kresimir Café and Wine Bar, Obala Franje Tudmana  1). And if you get hungry, there is a traditional tavern called Kanela in the same street (Obala Franje Tudmana 5).

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Photo: Niksa Stipanicev / Hanza Media

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