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Good views

The town walls run along from one side of the peninsula to the other as a way of guarding the... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
mcink
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Leeds, United Kingdom
A Venitian experience without the crowds

This town is like a mini venice without the canals, hoards of tourists, floods, overpriced... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Toni B
via mobile
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  • Very good38%
  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
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“amazing views” (12 reviews)
“euro coin” (4 reviews)
“steep climb” (3 reviews)
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Ulica IX. Korpusa 29, Piran, Slovenia
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Reviewed 5 days ago

The town walls run along from one side of the peninsula to the other as a way of guarding the entire city between the walls and the sea. The walls are easily walk-able and you can climb the towers too, to get a really great...More

Thank mcink
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This town is like a mini venice without the canals, hoards of tourists, floods, overpriced pointless souvenirs, and bad manners.

Thank Toni B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you visit Piran, you must go to the town walls, even if it is just for the stunning views of the town. Well worth the climb

Thank JackNIan
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The entry fee is 2 euros for adults and 1.5 euros for students. The climb up the stairs can be quite an exertion. The climb up to the higher levels means being extra careful as the ceiling is very low and you could end up...More

Thank Kunal S
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

After climbing up the very steep stairs you will be rewarded with an excellent view over the town. Access is only possible to persons who can negotiate steep high step stairs and duck them self at the same time.

Thank Markus D
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Was a bit dubious climbing the steep wooden steps ( I’m afraid of heights ) but was not disappointed with the view at the top. Entrance fee is 2 euros per person and a must if you visit piran. Fantastic panoramic view of the city....More

Thank siouxsy
Reviewed 18 September 2017 via mobile

It's 2 euros to enter and you get to see some nice views of the city and beyond. Steep narrow steps in several places. Limited other info.

Thank Long W
Reviewed 18 September 2017

The road up to the walls is behind Tartini Sq. It is a steep road of cobbles but at the top the views of Piran and over the bay to Croatia make it worth while. There is a small charge to enter and a lot...More

Thank angelaofcastleton
Reviewed 17 September 2017

We took a very steep path but were rewarded with stunning views of Piran and surroundings. Paths and steps are well maintained.

Thank paulineC34
Reviewed 13 September 2017 via mobile

It is just up a small hill, not a long hike. Offers a fantastic view of Piran, the sea, Portoroz if visited in sunny weather.

Thank Manca M
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Response from astras30 | Reviewed this property |
I believe that is logical that in the city center tourists can't ride with their cars...
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Response from Diszno | Reviewed this property |
Basically you can. But I would not do it. When we were there it was always overcrowded with no free space. And you have to pay a fee for entering the town first. But if you really have to you may find your way around. Good... More
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