The red building on Tartinijev trg, is a fantastic example of gothic Venetian architecture and the oldest building on the square. Built by a rich Venetian merchant to house his mistress, spot the inscription between the upper windows: it says ''Lassa pur dir'', or "let them talk".
the beautiful oval-shaped main square, with a statue of the famous violinist Giuseppe Tartini. This was once the marina, but after it silted up it was paved over with white stone.
Completely renovated B&B with 12 tastefully decorated double and twin rooms. All rooms have a satellite TV, WC and shower. Free WiFi access and bike rental.
Situated on a pedestrian area, right in the heart of the old part of town. All rooms have a TV. The bathroom and the kitchen is shared between 4 rooms.
Air-con, 6 Superior rooms, 36 Plus rooms, all with balcony overlooking the sea/lake, phone, satellite TV, minibar, WC and shower.
On the waterfront with tables indoors and outdoors. Serves a variety of meat and fish dishes.
The inside is quite beautiful. Nice view of the city and harbour from the belltower.
There is no beach, but you can swim in the sea from the many piers scattered about.
A small hotel with just 6 double rooms. All rooms have a TV, bathroom and shower.
Has several exhibits that tell the story of Piran's maritime history and culture.
A small restaurant one street back from the harbour that specializes in seafood.
A small restaurant with a veranda that serves seafood and Slovenian dishes.
Open year-round, this hostel has 22 rooms with 2, 3, and 4 beds per room.
4-star hotel with 80 rooms and 10 suites, Internet room and WiFi access.
There are 43 rooms, many which look out at the square or the sea.
Waterfront restaurant with a mix of meat and fish dishes.
Mixed menu with seating along the waterfront.
about one kilometer each way
Piran is probably the most beautiful of Slovenia's coastal towns, perched on a tiny piece of land jutting into the sea. It feels more like an Italian coastal town, without all the Italian tourists, and for good reason: Piran was part of the Venetian empire from the late 13th century to the end of the 18th century.