Rovinj is easily accessible from all parts of Croatia and other nearing regions. The city lacks an airport and railway connectivity with the nearest ones in Pula, about an hour's drive away from Rovinj. Frequent buses and easy cab connectivity makes reaching Pula an easy task. Road transit is the best way to reach Rovinj from almost anywhere in Croatia although cities such as on the Istrian peninsula are also accessible via Ferries.
Rovinj does not have an airport of its own, and the closest one can be found in Pula. Pula is well connected to other Croatian cities with airport access. Cabs and buses are easily available from Pula to Rovinj. The nearest international airport near Rovinj is in Venice around 3 hours drive from Rovinj and provides connectivity to all major European tourism hubs such as Berlin, Rome, London, Amsterdam and Vienna among others.
Bus connectivity from Rovinj to major Croatian and nearing countries is easily available. Pula, Ljubljana, Koper and Trieste are easily accessible via bus routes. Buses area available for as little as 35 KN to Pula making it pocket friendly for tourists to travel to and from the city. The bus station is located in close proximity to the Old Town.
Seasonal ferries are available from and to Rovinj from Venice, Ravenna and Cesenatico. These ferry rides do not last more than 4 hours and offer a scenic medium to reach Croatia's hidden treasure that is Rovinj.
Being a small town, Rovinj can be easily navigated on foot; especially the Old Town, which is a car-free area. The best way to get around the town is hiring a bicycle, which is inexpensive and easily available. Catching a taxi or renting a car wouldn't be much helpful, unless you are looking forward to day trips from Rovinj.