Cultural tourism Buzet
Cultural tourism is defined as travel persons outside the residence with a view to the search for new experiences and experiences that meet their cultural needs. Cultural tourism also includes visits to cultural and historical sites in the distant and recent history of the tourist destinations, museums and galleries, churches, musical and theatrical events and performances, music and, more recently and visits to concerts of pop culture. That is considered to be cultural tourism motivated learning about cultural heritage, art and culture of life and work in the nation visited tourist area. Characteristics of demand for this type of culture is characterized by the fact that it is a broad spectrum of tourists covering different age groups and education, but with an indication that interest in culture increases with age. Cultural tourism is a younger branch of tourism that emerges from the needs of all educated tourists and their needs work on myself, learning and entertainment needs through introducing the history and tradition, and is motivated by the creative cultural activities related to the activities that have been preserved from the past such as learning traditional skills through cultural tourism product with religion, gastronomy and tourism literature or contemporary art production.
Buzet is situated in the northern part of central Istria. This city sits high up on a hill overlooking the valley of the river Mirna and the mountain of Cicarija. At the time of Venetian rule, Buzet supplied water to military stations and the local population.
Buzet and the surrounding towns of Roc, Hum (the smallest city in the world), Vrh and Sovinjak offer visitors the opportunity to appreciate their cultural and historical heritage. Buzet also lies in the centre of three major city centres; Pula, Trieste, and Rijeka.
This area is a natural jewel in Istria. Its almost intact nature, abundance of cultural and historical monuments, together with wholesome homemade food and exquisite local wines make this place a holiday paradise.
Many of Istria's best wines come from Buzet and its surrounding towns, for wine-making is one of the main occupations of its residents. Another popular pastime is agrotourism. Agrotourism offers guests delicious traditional Istrian cuisine in an intimate natural setting. The nearby town of Vrh is known for its fuzi (a type of pasta) with...