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How To Get To Piran Ferry Port

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Piran Guide

Piran Ferry Port

Piran is a small town situated on the south west coast of Slovenia, bordering the Gulf of Piran and the Adriatic Sea. Several ferry routes depart the port, heading to other coastal towns around Slovenia and also to Venice in Italy.

What is there to do in Piran?

Slovenia is becoming increasingly prevalent in the tourism industry and Piran is the catalyst for its rapid progression. The appeal for Piran lies in its seasonal dexterity; holidaymakers line the picturesque streets and swarm the charming alleyways in the height of summer, yet in the quieter, winter months tourists can wander around Old Town and witness the Gothic architecture in relative peace. The Venetian history is still embedded in the town’s infrastructure, and the array of fine restaurants and Mediterranean weather exude an Italian vibe. To really experience the relaxed atmosphere and unique buildings that are synonymous with Piran, head to Tartini Square to embrace the stunning scenery. Away from the main square, the town walls showcase a unique land structure that is hard to find in a coastal resort and the Church of St. George is a must see for anyone with a penchant for religious history and culture. For an organised tour of Piran, many companies offer reasonable prices with an informative guide.

How do you get around Piran?

It takes roughly half an hour to walk from one side of the town to the other, so walking is the only real form of transport. There is a free shuttle bus running from prominent areas around Piran.

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