Tartini-Square

Few tips on what not to overlook while visiting Piran

City walls

You can admire seven preserved city gates which once were entrances to the city. 

Residences

They represent the architectural masterpiece what gives Piran an additional note of exclusiveness. Most gorgeous are: Town Hall, Loggia, Venetian House and Tartini House.

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Aquarium and Marine Biology Station

As Piran was throughout its history linked to the sea, there as a matter of course evolved the two institutions, which were studying the sea and the life within. These are the Marine Biology Station and Aquarium.

Piran Museums

You can have a sneak overview of Piran reach history in:
Maritime museum “Sergej Mašera”

  • St. George Cathedral & Museum
  • The Church of St. Peter
  • St. Francis Church & Museum
  • Salt works museum
  • Tona`s house
  • Forma viva Portorož

After adventurous day you definitely should take a chance and sip your favorite drink while enjoying sunset that only Piran can serve you.

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Piran, Slovenia

An aerial view of Tartini Square, the largest and main town square in Piran, Slovenia. It is named after violinist and composer Giuseppe Tartini, who was born in Piran. The square was once an inner dock for smaller vessels such as fishing boats, and was located outside of the first city walls. The dock was replaced by a formal town square in 1894.

Photo: Plamen Agov

PIRAN, Slovenia - The jewel of the Slovenian coast, the Venetian town of Piran stands compact on a small peninsula on the northern tip of the Adriatic sea. It is one of the best-preserved historical towns anywhere on the Adriatic. The narrow streets, the Venetian Gothic buildings, the lively main Tartini square and the Mediterranean atmosphere give Piran a unique charm.

Image by Piotr Skrzypiec