Hotel Piran

Stjenkova ulica 1, Piran, 6330, Slovenia
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Lovely November eveningsLovely November evenings

View of Piran through sailing boats in marineView of Piran through sailing boats in marine

1st of May Square1st of May Square

strolling the narrow cobblestone streetsstrolling the narrow cobblestone streets

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SAP Bus Piran to Trieste

by frankproho

I note on a bus website that the SAF Bus from Piran to Trieste at 11:25 daily only runs "FERIALI - RADNI DAN - WEEK DAYS".

As I intend to travel on Saturday 6 November, does anyone know if the SAF service runs on SATURDAYS? Does Feriali/Radni Dan/Week Days include Saturday?

I appreciate your assistance.

Re: SAP Bus Piran to Trieste

by leics

If you look at the timetable on

http://www.saf.ud.it/cms/data/pages/files/000042_resource2_orig.pdf

Some buses are marked 'A' 'annuale feriale' and some are and some 'A-eS' 'Annuale feriale - escluso sabati'

'escluso sabati' means 'excluding Saturdays' so from that one can deduce that 'feriale' means daily including Saturdays.

Remember that the timetable in November may not be the same as the one displayed at present.

Re: SAP Bus Piran to Trieste

by frankproho

Thanks J
That is very helpful
Kind regards,
Frank

Re: SAP Bus Piran to Trieste

by frankproho

Thank you Keti
That's a good tip
Kind regards,
Frank

Travel Tips for Piran

General Info

by Redang

* Tourism Office
Tartinijev trg, 2
6330 Piran

- Tel.: (+386) 5 673 44 40
- Fax: (+386) 5 673 44 41

- E. mail: ticpi@portoroz.si
- Internet:
www.piran.si
www.portoroz.si/piran

Tartini square.

by Maurizioago

This is the main square in Piran. It was named after the violinist and composer Giuseppe Tartini (1692-1770) who was born in this town.

Long ago it was a harbour for fishing boats. In 1894 it was filled in because of bad smell, filth and for health and sanitary reasons.

Tartini Square is surrounded by various colorful houses, the New Town Hall, the Court Hall; Tartini's birthplace and the Venetian House. It is a red palace built in the middle of the 15th century. This is the oldest preserved house on this square. This was built by a merchant for his mistress. As a response for the gossips about this relationship a stone inscription with the words "lassa pur dir" (= let them say) was put on the facade.

GUISEPPI TARTINI

by BerniShand

in Tartini Square stands a statue of Pirans famous son, Guiseppi Tartini
composer and violinist Tartini was born in 1692 but spent most of his life in Padova, Italy until his death there in 1770, this information struck a chord with me.....Padova was where we had started our trip, and Piran would be the last place we would visit before returning home to the UK

now I must track down some of Tartini`s music, although he was a prolific composer I cant recal ever hearing any of his music

venetian-esque slovenia

by call_me_rhia

Piran - little I knew about it when I went there - I was basically just dying to get out of Portoroz and its concrete architecture. Piran seemed to be the nearest place - and my giudebook sort of praised it, without clearly stating why. Anyway it looked as if it was going to be worth a try. It turned out to be the highlight of the week. Upon approaching it - by bus - it became quite clear that it would be unlike any other Slovenia town; the architecture and streets-layout appeared clearly influenced by Venice, and it actually it felt more like being in some coastal town of Croatia. Thinking back I shouldn't have been so surprised - this part of coast is in Istria, which used to belong to Italy, which was once, in this area, the republic of Venice.

Piran

by andrejk

Piran is old Mediterranean town which is situated at the cape of the Piran peninsula. The town is actually one large museum with the medieval architecture and rich culture heritage. Narrow streets and tight houses are a special charm of the town. Piran is an administrative centre of the local area and also important Slovenian tourist centre.

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