Place: Pirano

Piran Ferries

Search all Ferry Schedules to and from Piran, bookable easily online.

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The port of Piran is served by the following companies
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Connections Train station - Port of Piran

  • From the Trieste bus station, at the railway station, buses leave for Piran (see "How to reach the port - Bus"). The Piran bus terminal is located about 400mt. from the port.

  • In Istria, the nearest railway station is Koper (see "How to get to the port - Train"). The Piran bus terminal is located about 400m away. from the port.

Parking near the Port of Piran

Several parking areas are available in Piran. The parking methods and payments are managed by a multiservice company to whose site we refer for more information (see "RATES").

Services available on the Port of Piran

  • Bars, cafes, pastry shops
  • Restaurants, pizzerias
  • Food
  • Tourist Information Office
  • Post office
  • ATM

Ticket offices on the Port of Piran

Liberty Lines - Tourist Office Tartini Square

Opening hours to the public: every day except Monday and Tuesday.
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 10:00 to 19:00.
Saturday and Sunday from 8:30 to 20:00

Shops within (or near) the Port of Piran

Near the port of Piran there are several commercial activities: bars; coffee shops; pastry shops; restaurants; pizzerias; grocery stores; shops selling typical products and so on.

What to see near the port of Piran

Those arriving by ferry or hydrofoil in Piran can start their visit immediately. In fact, both Tartini Square and the Church of San Giorgio, the main points of interest in the city, are just a few hundred meters away. The first is the beating heart of Piran and to the attentive visitor it immediately reveals the strong Venetian influence on the surrounding urban planning and architecture. En passant we point out the Palazzo del ComunePalazzo Apollonio and the Venetian House, the latter famous for its red facade decorated with characteristic elements of Venetian Gothic.

The Cathedral of San Giorgio, on the other hand, dominates the town and its bell tower from above offers a magnificent view of Piran and its surroundings. As for the church, it dates back to the 14th century and in the sacristy houses a Parish Museum with screens and sacred objects usually used in the ecclesiastical setting.

Special mention for the ancient city ​​wallsIt is a medieval legacy and these too, like the church of St. George, offer a wonderful view of the Slovenian city. Finally, the promenade deserves a mentionAlmost completely clear of cars, it is ideal for a relaxing walk, perhaps accompanied by a stop in one of the many restaurants present. To be seen!