1. Piran: Private Walking Tour with a Local
Learn about the rich history of the town through many interesting stories which have developed over the years. The guide also explains the today's essence of Piran and tells you about current events. See Tartini Square, which is dedicated to the most famous citizen of Piran - Giuseppe Tartini. The guide will tell you about Tartini and his birth house and will show you the municipal palace, Venetian and the church of St. Peter. Continue to the Franciscan monastery with its baroque cloister. In the summer, classical music concerts take place here and provide you with an unforgettable experience due to the cloister's great acoustics. Walk by the Church of St. George from the 17th century with its baroque interior, where you can find the interesting statue of St. George in battle with a dragon. One of the greatest treasures of Piran can be found behind the altar. The guide will tell you more about the Piran crucifix which dates back to the 14th century (usually you can see the interior of the church only through a fence. To enter the church, you have to pay admission in the Parish Museum of St George). On a clear day, you can enjoy the great view from the church terrace and see all the way to the Gulf of Trieste, the Julian Alps and even the Dolomites. The guide will walk you to the Church of Our Lady of health, where you can see a preserved part of the town walls and a lighthouse in a neo-gothic style.