Piran is an extremely picturesque small Italianate city on the Adriatic coast of Slovenia. It is one of Slovenia's four coastal cities, including Izola, Koper, and Portoroz. It's Italian styling is due to its proximity to the Italian border and once belonged to Italy. The boat harbor is full of small colorful fishing boats.
From the Piran Travel Guide
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We had a very hearty wellcome by a friendly and helpful manager. facilities were good and location as weel. We had good value for our money ... more
Fantastic service, lovely renovated property in historic building overlooking the town square will go again ... more
The best thing about the Vista Apartment is by far the location. It is a very short distance from the sea, and has great views through two (admittedly smallish) windows on the top floor of an apartment building. We were made very welcome to Piran and given a few pointers on what to do and where to go, which was great. ... more
How should i do this?
I recently tought of going in italy with my girlfriend.In rimini to be precise. but i would also like to go to piran and ljubljana in slovenia. is it possible to take a ferry from rimini to Piran?if it is, could you tell me where i could get information about it? ...
A week in Slovenia
the capital? Also, there seems to be little in the way of budget accommodation in Piran, which I intend ...
1st May 2011
?). The scenery on the way to the waterfall was good though. Our next drive was to Piran, about 5 hours away, on the coast. Again, through Italy. In Piran we found a car park opposite the camp site – we considered walking ...
Posted in Kim and Danny 2011 by kimdanny
Head for the Border
After a pleasant few days in Rovinj, Ive made the leap across the border to Slovenia and am spending one night in the coastal town of Piran. It is a pleasant place. Though possessing slightly less charm than Istria, this is easily countered by the lack of commercialism for which there was little ...
Posted in At the Crossroads by AAY