As one of the few coastal cities on the coastline of only 46 kilometers in Slovenia, Piran is like the ancient city of the former Venetian Republic on the Adriatic coast. Historic walls, red-roofed houses, steep churches and rugged streets.
From here you can clearly see Croatia across the bay. Piran Bay in front of Piran, once was swayed by Croatia to be included in the territory. If it wasnt for the first time that the country entered the EU, it would threaten to veto the countrys accession. Perhaps this small town would have a surname.
Sunny Saturday morning, tourists from nearby Austria, Italy and Germany come to spend the weekend. Like Kotor in Montenegro, this is a holiday resort that Western Europeans love. The Asian Face Tours have encountered a few moves, but they rarely see freelancers.
Privately hope that this place will not be disturbed by too many tourists, let it be with the quiet Adriatic Sea, and be quiet in the years.