Hum is a small town located in the heart of Istria, Croatia. It is known as the smallest town in the world, with a population of only around 30ish people. Despite its small size, Hum is a popular tourist destination, known for its charming architecture, beautiful countryside and rich cultural heritage.

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One of the most notable landmarks in Hum is the town’s ancient city walls, which date back to the 11th century. Visitors can take a leisurely walk along the walls, enjoying panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and the town’s many historical landmarks.

Hum is also famous for its unique gastronomic tradition, which includes the production of biska, a traditional istrian brandy made with mistletoe. Visitors can sample biska at one of the local taverns, which also serve other traditional Istrian dishes such as truffles, prosciutto and homemade pasta.

Another popular attraction in Hum is the Church of St. Jerome, a beautiful Romanesque church that dates back to the 12th century. The church is known for its impressive frescoes and beautiful altar and is a popular destination for history and art enthusiasts.

Overall, Hum is a charming and picturesque town that offers visitors a chance to experience the unique culture and heritage of Istria. Whether exploring the town’s ancient walls, sampling traditional cuisine, or simply taking in the beautiful scenery, a visit to Hum is sure to be a memorable experience.

Tour type: half-day tour

Duration: 4 – 8 hours

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