24 October 2019 to 27 October 2019

All our restaurant recommendations are wheelchair accessible.

Konoba Nebuloza

Titov trg 3
(350 m from HKD / 1 km from the Late night meeting point / 800 m from hotel Bonavia).
Season foods of the region, daily fresh fish and seafood dishes, meat dishes and local specialties.
Price: affordable

Pivnica Cont

Šetalište Andrije Kačića Miošića 1
(350 m from HKD / 900 m from the Late night meeting point / 750 m from Hotel Bonavia)
Local cuisine, Pizza, European, Deli, Pub
Price: affordable

Maslina Na Zelenom Trgu

Koblerov trg
(800 m from HKD / 400 m  from the Late night meeting point /  300 m from Hotel Bonavia)
Italian, Pizza, Mediterranean, European, Croatian, Central European + special diets (vegetarian, vegan options, gluten free options).
Price: affordable


Riva 6
+38551311026, [email protected] 
(1 km from HKD / 400 m from the Late night meeting point / 250 m from hotel Bonavia).
Charcoal barbecue, seafood, traditional and Mediterranean, live music on weekends.
Price: affordable

Molo Longo

Riječki lukobran
Seafood, Mediterranean, European, Croatian, Central European
Price: affordable

Bistro Mornar

Ulica Riva Boduli 5A
(1 km from HKD / 550 m from the Late night meeting point / 450 m from Hotel Bonavia)
Open kitchen type, food market liveliness, Mediterranean essence, homemade cuisine, sophisticated vintage interior, preserved tradition
Price: affordable

Central Market

An amazing way to get a feel for Rijeka’s local culture. The market can get very busy, but the area is flat and the pathways are wide enough to accommodate wheelchairs. An accessible public toilet can be found near Bistro Mornar.

There are also a lot of other restaurants close to the city market (Restaurant Placa 051, Restaurant Molo Longo (with the accessible toilet in the entrance and an elevator), Konoba Fiume, Konoba Na Kantunu and Rica caffe bar with gluten free products and meals). 

Near Bistro Mornar (and other proposed restaurants near the city market) there is a modern automatic public restroom. 

© Ana Rodríguez