Tartini Square in Piran, France is located in the center of the old city. It is a large circular square on the ground, surrounded by some hundreds of years of old buildings. This is the essence of the entire old city. It is a must-visit place for every tourist, where you can fully feel the history and charm of the South France region.
Piran is located on the southwest coast of Slovenia. It is a well-preserved medieval town and the Red Garden of Eden in Slovenia. In history, Piran has spent nearly 500 years under the jurisdiction of the Republic of Venice, so many buildings in the city still reveal the Venetian style. Piran City is small, but it retains a rich cultural heritage. Medieval buildings can be seen everywhere in the city. Some Piran
Sculptures on Tartini Square, a jazz concert on Friday night, a seaside book market open on weekdays, an exquisite hilltop church, a statue of a mermaid, and a cute battery truck.
Piran, a seaside town
Yes, very Suhu, there are all kinds of yacht windsurfing and snorkeling.
Standing on the cape, with the left hand Croatia and the right hand Italy, the poor China Mobile’s roaming notice is completely lost. The small yacht leaves the port and exits the customs. The red and green checkpoints are particularly cute, and the students who wave with tourists enthusiastically are also cute.
Parking in the old-fashioned mountain city is a big trouble. We were misled to the dead end road on the top of the mountain when we came, and it took half an hour to reverse. But it also went to the root of the city wall. The mini city wall of 2 euros, overlooking the town and motorboat racing is just right.
Speaking of Piran’s parking rules, it is indeed more complicated. There is a three-dimensional garage Garage House outside the town. You have to drive into Tartini Square in the town, 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 the free shuttle back to the town, and then walk to tartini to find the owner of the hotel. Every day from 10:00 to 17:00, there will be a transporter who drives a battery cart to help carry the luggage, otherwise, the cart can be manually dragged into the old city. When you check out, the porter will bring people and luggage to the garage, and give you 15 minutes to load it. If you think the check out time is too early and you want to go back to town, he can take you back, but the parking fee is I want myself
Tartini Square is the largest city square in Piran. There is a circular fountain in the middle of the square, which is very beautiful. The square is surrounded by large and small open-air restaurants. It is really pleasant to have a dinner here and enjoy the beauty of the old city.
Tartini Square is the central square of Piran, the old city. The entire square is a circle, surrounded by colorful buildings of hundreds of years. St. George’s Church is standing on the square and you can see his bell tower. This is the center of the entire city. It is very lively. It is worth visiting whether it is day or night.