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Piran and Portoroz Pearls of the Slovenian Adriatic Coast Day Trip from Ljubljana
"This petite Venetian port can hold its own against anyone including the imperial capital just over the horizon that was responsible for much of its fortune. In fact Piran does have the same kind of open-air museum feel to it as Venice only on a smaller scale. This stunning town is rich with history that extends way back into the past. This ancient sea port retains its medieval charm in its narrow winding streets huddled houses numerous squares and churches. In its architecture the influence of the Venetian Republic can be seen everywhere. In Piran you will feel as though you have stepped right into a picture postcard. You will be charmed! In the main square you will be greeted by the statue of the most famous son of Piran
From EUR56.00
 
Multi-Cultural Trieste Private Walking Tour
"The suggested tour will lead you to discover the multi-cultural aspects of the town which you can trace in the buildings historic residences and in the presence of places of worship of different religions.The tour starts from the San Giusto Hill with a visit inside the Cathedral a casket full of history art and archaeology. Then we are going to pass alongside the Roman Theatre
From EUR28.00
 
Private Group Tour of Jewish Heritage and History in Trieste
"Your itinerary to discover the history and traditions of the Jewish community in Trieste begins from Piazza Unità d’Italia and then passes into the former Jewish ghetto rich in antique dealers and knickknack shops. Then you will head onto the “Carlo and Vera Wagner” Museum of the Jewish Community in which many objects of Jewish ritual art are on display along with documents and books which testify to the life of you proceed on foot down San Nicolò where you can still find the Antique Bookshop which used to be run by Umberto Saba and still has many rare and precious volumes on display. Walk by the historical Pasticceria “La Bomboniera” founded by a Hunarian Jewish family. Next will be the Synagogue of Trieste a magnificent building which dates back to the beginning of the 19th century and still has importance in Europe today. (Neither the synagogue nor the Jewish museum are open for visits on a Friday or Saturday or during days when there is a religious celeb the only Nazi extermination camp in Italy.At the end the group will be taken back to your accommodation."""
From EUR540.00

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if you like tennis..umag is the place to be

small city Umag is known (i suspect not in wide circles..:) for tennis courts, there are many, mostly located close to big hotels and there is even small stadium nearby, where some tennis tournaments...
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yes..you can forget about sandy beaches

i spent there 12 days, among these 12 days it was raining non stop for 4 days...but i still liked and enjoyed it..because of this special fantastic smell from pine woods along the seaside...this air...
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Tartinijev Trg - Tartini Square

This expansive oval-shaped marble square is the central feature of Piran and a good place to sit and pass the time people-watching. It was originally the inner dock of the harbour but was filled in...
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Cerkev sv.Jurija - Church of St. George

Test your vertigo by climbing the rickety wooden staircase of the 17th century bell tower which is a copy of the larger St. Mark's campanile in Venice. Your reward when you emerge will be superb...
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San Giusto Castle and Cathedral

In the fifth century this church was a basilica which was built in place of a Roman temple. It was probably destroyed in the IX century. Between the IX and the X century two churches were built on the...
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Piazza Unità d'Italia

This very large square (more than 12000 sq. meters), was built when Trieste was the main harbour of the Austrian-Hungarian empire, and changed name several times, as triste was moving from the empire...
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Miramare Castle

The eclectic Castle Miramare was built between 1856 and 1860 by the architect Carl Junker as the luxurious residence for Archduke Ferdinand Maximilian of Habsburg and his wife Charlotte of...
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"Umag, very small town in Istria"
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"Enjoyable Getaway!"
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"Croatian Open 2002"
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