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In this small old town, everything is within a short walk, and this square is at the heart of it. A small number of market stalls augmented numerous stores and restaurants, and there also was a tourist information office on the square.
At the time of our visit to the square there were stalls with local products - olive oil, sweets,... There is also a famous pastry shop with very with special ice cream. One "ball" will cost you about € 7 but it's worth to try.
Piran is a really beautiful town right on sea . Tartini square is in the center of town and has many restaurants and shops surrounding the square . As in most town centers it is the hub of activity especially in the evening .
What was once part of the harbour is now a beautiful town square full of shiny white marble. At the centre stands the statue of Giuseppe Tartini - the famous violinist, bon in Piran. The square serves as the mid point between the harbour below...More
Really worth watching the square, which was under the water at some point when there was a flood. The buildings looks nice and colorful. The whole square has something special in it among the narrow streets.
The square itself is sea leveled and therefore wheelchair accessible. You can get there easily from the port. However going up town to the fortress would be really challenging through steep and narrow streets and therefore... More
The square itself is sea leveled and therefore wheelchair accessible. You can get there easily from the port. However going up town to the fortress would be really challenging through steep and narrow streets and therefore not recommendable.