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Piran is a very special, precious city. It is the best preserved cultural monument of Slovenian Istria and the closest neighbour of Portoroz, the luxurious city of flowers. Each time one looks at Piran from a distance or from the air, one is overcome by feeling of surprise. When you visit Piran, you should take a closer look at its architecture, influenced by the Venetian Republic, which left its mark on most Istrian towns. Throughout time, Piran maintained the clustered medieval structure narrow winding streets, houses huddled close together, rising in cascades, the contact with the sea, numerous squares and churches.
Tartini Square is the gem found in the very centre of Piran. It was named after the famous violinist and composer Giuseppe Tartini, who made the town world-famous. His statue is located in the centre of the square. The city is surrounded by a circular wall. The city of Piran is a national historical monument.
Portoroz is the closest neighbour to Piran, and the luxurious city of flowers, famous for its long and beautiful beach.
Before returning to the port, visit an old fishing village of Izola.
We will then return to the Port of Koper so you can re-join your ship for onward passage to your next port of call.
GENERAL INFORMATIONS KOPER PIRAN AND PORTOROZ