Hum, known as being the smallest city in the world with a population of just 30 people, is located in Istria. After an hour’s drive, you will have the opportunity to discover beautiful streets made out of stone, squares and huge city walls that are part of the rich historical heritage of the city. The “Aleja Glagoljasa” is the long path connecting Hum and Roc. Famous for the monuments that are dedicated to the old Croatian letter “Glagoljica”, visit Hum’s Fresca’s based in the Roman chapel of St. Jerolim and taste the home-made brandy “Humska biska”. After seeing all of its attractions, you will continue to Motovun, a small medieval city that is situated on a hill, about 270 metres above sea level, with houses that are spread all around. The city stands on an ancient city which name is still unknown and it has many Roman remains that give us an insight into its history. Motovun is surrounded by solid walls, which are used as a path for walking and for the perfect viewing spot. The city has remarkable architecture, which dates back to Roman, Renaissance and Gothic times. Some of the must-see sights in Motovun are the Church of the Virgin Mary of Gates, Polesini Palace, The City Doors and more. After a lunch break in Motovun, you will be able to freely wander around the city, to soak in the history, enjoy beautiful monuments and the unique look that the city has. After that, you will return to Rovinj.