UNESCO Heritage Site
The most valuable cultural property in Poreč, the Euphrasian Basilica, was registered on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1997. The early-Christian compound is the only complete landmark in the world preserved from that period.
Former 5th and 13th century churches
The building known as the Istrian Parliament Building was formerly the Church of St. Francis, built in the 13th century. It is located in the northwestern part of the Poreč peninsula, between Park Juraj Dobrila and Laginja’s shore.
from the 13th century
At the far end of the Decumanus street, very close to the Marafor square, there is the Romanesque House. This two-story building is one of the few surviving examples of residential architecture of the Romanesque period.
from the 15th century
The Zuccato Palace stands on the corner of Decumanus and Cardo streets.
Baroque house of a wealthy family
Sinčić Palace is the largest and most important Baroque palace in Poreč, built in the 18th century. It was built by Antonio Sincich, a member of one of the most influential and wealthiest families of the early modern Poreč.