The Tartini Square in Piran, France, is located in the center of the old city. It is a large square with a circle on the ground, surrounded by some old buildings with hundreds of years of history. This is the essence of the entire old city. It is a must-visit place for every tourist. Here you can fully feel the history and charm of the South France region.
Piran is located on the southwest coast of Slovenia, a well-preserved medieval town, the Red Garden of Eden in Slovenia. Historically Piran has spent nearly 500 years under the jurisdiction of the Republic of Venice, so many of the buildings in the city still show the style of Venice. Piran is small but retains a rich cultural heritage, and medieval architecture is everywhere in the city. Some sculptures in Pirantartini Square, a jazz concert on Friday night, a seaside book market that doesn’t know how many weeks it will open, a beautiful hilltop church, a mermaid statue, and adorable battery trucks.
Piran medieval town, beautiful seaside scenery. People here basically speak multiple languages. The sign of the famous building is in five languages: Slavic, Italian, English, Greek, German. The feeling here is that I am in Venice because of the architecture and language.
The seaside town of Piran Piran is very Suhu, and there are everything from yacht windsurfing to snorkeling. Standing on the promontory, left hand Croatia right hand Italy, poor China Mobile roaming notice completely lost the direction of the small yacht out of port is the customs, the big red green small checkpoint is particularly cute, will wave with the tourists warmly students are also cute. Old-fashioned mountain city parking is a big problem, we were misled to the broken road on the top of the mountain when we came, and the car fell for half an hour. But so I walked to the root of the city wall. 2 euro mini city wall overlooking the town and motorboat competition is just fine. Speaking of Piran's parking rules, it is really complicated. There is a three-dimensional garage outside the town. You have to drive into the Tartini Square in the town first, unload your luggage within 15 minutes, take the parking card given by the owner of the hotel, and drive back to the parking garage. From the parking garage to the beach, take a free shuttle back to the town, and then go to tartini to find the owner of the hotel. Every day 10:00-17:00 there will be a carrying brother who drives a battery car to help run the plums, otherwise he can only drag the trolley into the old town manually. When you check out, the younger brother will take the person and luggage to the garage and give you 15 minutes to load it. If you think the check out time is too early, you want to go back to the town and take a pocket, he can take you back, but the parking fee will be your own.