Hotel Tartini

Address: Tartinijev trg 15, Piran, 6330, Slovenia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Tartinijev trg 15, Piran, is near Skocjan Caves and Sergej Masera Maritime Museum (Pomorski muzej).
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    Travel Blogs from Piran

    Cobbled together

    A travel blog entry by jagosperring on Jul 03, 2015

    9 photos

    The cool thing about arriving in a new place at night is that when you wake up you get to see it in a whole new light. This Mediterranean fishing port on the Istrian coast is even more charming by day. After a much needed leisurely start to the day we wandered down the polished cobbled stone streets in search of bikes. For 50 kuna (about 10 New Zealand dollars) each you can hire a bike for 5 hours. So that's what we did. The Istrian peninsula ...

    Arrivederci Italia!

    A travel blog entry by jagosperring on Jul 02, 2015

    12 photos

    Burano one of Venice's many islands is like Venice but a lot smaller and way more colourful. It reminded me a bit of La Boca in Buenos Aires. Brightly coloured buildings line the canals and although busy with tourists at this time of year, a lot quieter and it has a sense of calm about it. It is very charming. A few vapouretto rides, lunch and fighting our way through the crowds with our backpacks later we arrived at San Basilio - ...

    Naples

    A travel blog entry by chriswayne on Jun 29, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... thru 4 tunnels and into Pompeii. Guided 2 hour walking tour of the ruins of Pompeii city destroyed by Mt Vesuvius eruption in Oct 79 AD. Wow in tour only covered about 20% of city as so massive. Had population of 15,000 thousand people within city walls and sea came right to city walls. The sea around 10 km away now. Amazed once again at roman technology. Visited Cameo making ...

    Where's the sand?

    A travel blog entry by in_cherkauers on Jun 27, 2015

    11 photos

    ... group.

    We then walked through the narrow streets to the sea wall, where again the boys were disappointed to find no sand, mostly big rocks and concrete. It was also hot in the sun, with little shade other than that from buildings and the umbrellas used to shade tables at the many restaurants. Blake decided he had to get in the water anyways, so took off his shoes and tried getting in from several of the stairs that provided access to ...

    Mountain caves and the Adriatic Sea

    A travel blog entry by in_cherkauers on Jun 26, 2015

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... eyes once or twice. Eventually, we entered a long, downward tunnel and emerged within sight of the Adriatic Sea. It was significantly warmer, and very sunny. We had three apartments in a nice building near the sea shore, and were able to walk to dinner along the main road within site of the sea. The boys where, however, immediately put off by the fact that there was no sand to be seen - only concrete walls and rocks. Even the lines of beach umbrella ...