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Slovenia's authentic, charming piece of Venice.
Piran is a medieval town on Slovenia’s Adriatic coast, whose architecture was influenced by its proximity to Venice and is without a doubt one of the most romantic, most preserved and most authentic Mediterranean towns. The strong historical influence is complemented by the Mediterranean ambiance and various cultural attractions that are mostly linked to the tradition of salt making.
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Discover a romantic town at the very end of the Piranese peninsula. A deep-rooted tradition of salt panning merges with the countless stories witnessed by narrow streets and the picturesque sights of the Slovenian Mediterranean, so take a stroll down its charming narrow streets, chill out on a beach, and experience true small town Adriatic charm!

Popular Tour Itineraries Featuring Piran

Spend some time in Piran on a tour that takes in other cities in Slovenia and neighboring countries. Our vacation packages including Piran and other destinations throughout Slovenia and Europe hassle-free. We take care of getting you from place to place, accommodation, excursions and activities.

* Starting price is based on double occupancy in 3 star accommodation, in the most affordable month an itinerary is offered. Airfare to Europe is not included.

Click on your choice of itinerary, select number of travelers in your party, month of travel, and desired star level of accommodation to get an approximate price. Submit the enquiry form with any additional details and we can start planning your customized trip.

Where to stay in Piran

With accommodation options in the Old Town, ranging from a tranquil 3-star art hotel to a charming 4-star hotel on the sea, whatever kind of accommodations you're looking for, we've got it covered. Get in touch with us for a free travel consultation. Once we start preparing your customized itinerary, we will present our recommended options for you to choose from.

Modern Design Hotel in Piran
Modern Design Hotel
A simple yet stylish hotel with more than a century of history, this hotel is located in the Old Town's center, by the sea.
Boutique Hotel in Piran
Boutique Hotel
Situated in the heart of Piran, Art Hotel Tartini still offers the intimacy and personal approach of a tranquil boutique hotel.
Stylish Central Apartments in Piran
Stylish Central Apartments
Comfortable, spacious apartments in the heart of the city.

Things to do in Piran

Piran is an ideal base for exploring the rest of Slovenia. You can head to Lake Bled and Ljubljana, or focus on the country's own Tuscan-like area, Brda. We offer truffle hunting and wine tasting across the border in Croatia, or wine and food tasting in Piran, in addition to a standard private walking tour, or a private wine tasting class. Consider a day trip to the Postojna Cave and the neighboring Predjama Castle, which sticks out of another mammoth cave, or even spend half a day visiting vineyards, or the Lipica Stud Farm and the neighboring Skocjan Caves. Naturally, you can also relax, take in the town, and enjoy the coast, with its beaches and plentiful opportunities for water sports. When we send you your customized itinerary, you will be able to choose additional excursions to include in your vacation package.

Private Tour to Brda, the Tuscany of Slovenia
Private Tour to Brda, the Tuscany of Slovenia
Private Truffle Hunt and Wine Tasting in Istria
Private Truffle Hunt and Wine Tasting in Istria
Lake Bled and Ljubljana Private Day Trip
Lake Bled and Ljubljana Private Day Trip

Frequently Asked Questions about travel to Piran

What are Piran's prices like?
A proper meal with a drink costs between $18 and $23 per person. Tickets for museums cost around $5 per person.
How long should I stay in Piran?
We recommend at least two nights.
What are typical opening hours in Piran?
Museums open between 8 am and 10 am and close after 5 pm. In the summer, museums stay open later, but close for a lunch break. All museums closed on Mondays and public holidays. Most stores close on Sundays and public holidays.
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