Piran

Dec 16, 2018 - Dec 17, 2018

2 guests - 1 room

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What are travelers saying about Piran?

9.8
Outdoor Enthusiasts
8.5
History Buffs
7.5
Adventure Travelers
Member reviews (10)
Matthew Crompton
Matthew CromptonSydney, Australia
10/31/17

I honestly can't say why I like Piran as much as I do. Once a part of the erstwhile Venetian Empire, this Slovenian coastal city on the Adriatic feels a bit like a tiny slice of Venice itself, minus the canals -- the twisty stone alleyways, the closeness to the sea. And yet though nothing, but nothing, can hold a candle to the magic that is Venice itself, Piran still manages to charm, perhaps by feeling much more local than touristic. Climb the rickety staircase of the church belltower for a euro and look down at terracotta roofs of the medieval city, surrounded on three sides by the sea. Walk along the coastal promenade and have a quiet swim in the Adriatic. Mow down on gelato in the central Tartini Square, then pop into a bar-caffe for a beer with the locals.

Rachel E.
Rachel E.Berlin, Germany
10/22/16

Piran is cute but it's tiny, like really tiny, like I explored the whole thing in 90 minutes tiny. It was great for a short stop and if the weather was better, I certainly would have gone swimming but I wouldn't spend a lot of time here.

Rachel S
Rachel SBerlin, Germany
9/1/14

Situated along the Italian border (and formerly a part of Italy), Piran is a charming town situated along the azure Adriatic sea on the Istrian Peninsula. Its narrow Venetian-style cobblestone streets seem made for sauntering up and down and enjoying the usually sunny weather. There's a string of restaurants with ample outdoor seating serving the regional specialty, pasta with cream sauce and truffle mushrooms.

Robert Pavšek
Robert PavšekCatez, Slovenia
6/25/12

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