An updated map was developed as a traffic and tourist plan. The map can be used for printing (leaflet, brochure, paper card, table map), as a wall map or for the purposes of a billboard.
For each of these purposes, the map is tailored to your needs. It is possible to order the plan of the wider area of the city and its surroundings. We do the following types of maps / printed: tourist maps, hiking paths, biking trails, hiking maps, city maps, municipalities, cities. Counties ►
Area: 2 813 km²
Population: 206 344 (2001.g.)
Its capital is Pazin.
Istria county is the westernmost county of Croatia which includes the biggest part of the Istrian peninsula (2820 out of 3160 km²). Area is called Istra in Croatian and Slovenian, and Istria in Italian. Its administrative center is Pazin/Pisino. Istra is well connected with the rest of Croatia and Europe. Due to its connection with a wider European area, road development suitably covers all needs and contributes to a balanced development of the coastal area and the Istrian interior. Organized tourism in Istria goes back to the Romans, when emperor Vaspasian, for the entertainment of that time, built the amphitheater (Arena) in Pula. During the reign of Austro-Hungarian Empire in (1866),
Austrian and Hungarian royalty and aristocracy started visiting local resorts and discovered Poreč. Pazin a town in middle Istria, situated above the canyon of the Pazincica river. The borough of Kastel is located above the subterranean pit Jama, while the settlement developed around it. Kastel was built on the rock, 130m above the jama pit, and the new part of the town was buiklt in the lowlands. It abounds in cultural-historical heritage - the ruins of the 13th century castrum Pisinium fortress. The building of the old Pazin gymnasium houses the Archive with abundant historical material concerning Istria. It is also a traffic nexus for the interior and the coastal settlements.