In the morning meet your private guide at the Koper port and head towards the inland. First we visit the most known UNESCO site in Slovenia, Škocjan Cave, named after a charming village Škocjan. Explore the migty underground canyon and walk accross 50 meters high bridge above the river Reka.
Afterwards we head towards the unique church in Hrastovlje with frescos from 1490 representing dance macabre and scenes from Old and New Testament.
Continue to the coast towards one of the oldest (and most beautiful) Slovenian towns, Piran, to explore its narrow ´Venetian´ looking streets and beautiful Tartini square overlooked by St. George church.
Free time before we return to Koper.
Entrance fees are paid on the spot.
Church of the Holy Trinity in Hrastovlje with frescos from 1490 representing dance macabre and scenes from Old and New Testament.
One of the most beautiful coastal towns along Adriatic – Piran.Town is built on a peninsula and overlooked by grand church of St. George and city walls from where you have the best view of the old town.
Try some delicious seafood in one of the charming Slovenian coastal towns while enjoyinf in the beautiful views and incredible peace.
Tartini square in Piran is the main square of the town and was named after the famous violinist and composer Giuseppe Tartini.