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2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: November 2016
On our own tour we visited Skocjan Caves, Predjama Castle and Piran. Highly recommend all three places!
On our own tour we visited Skocjan Caves, Predjama Castle and Piran. Highly recommend all three places! Read Less
89 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2016
This was the best tour. We did the serpentine hills, the palace and a walking tour.
This was the best tour. We did the serpentine hills, the palace and a walking tour. Read Less
11 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2016
Bus takes you to different villages where you can spend one hour or more with coupons for snacks. Walk about at your own pace, have lunch, etc and then reboard a bus for the next village. Buses run every hour.
Bus takes you to different villages where you can spend one hour or more with coupons for snacks. Walk about at your own pace, have lunch, etc and then reboard a bus for the next village. Buses run every hour. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2016
We took a hop on bus tour out of the port to Piran which was inexpensive, informative and fun - but we got caught in a horrendous downpour, unprepared so ended up not seeing as much of Piran as we would have liked (instead having a coffee ... Read More
We took a hop on bus tour out of the port to Piran which was inexpensive, informative and fun - but we got caught in a horrendous downpour, unprepared so ended up not seeing as much of Piran as we would have liked (instead having a coffee in a little cafe to wait out the rain). Read Less
10 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2016
We booked our own excursion with a local operator to visit the Postjana Caves. This trip was amazing the caves are the largest in Europe. We all thoroughly enjoyed this experience. Be prepared and come dressed in warm clothing as year ... Read More
We booked our own excursion with a local operator to visit the Postjana Caves. This trip was amazing the caves are the largest in Europe. We all thoroughly enjoyed this experience. Be prepared and come dressed in warm clothing as year round it is 10degrees inside the cave. You can however hire warm cloaks for 3 euro per person to stay warm. You travel into the cave on a small train then you get to walk about 1 1/2 kms with a tour guide then return on the train again at the end. We got dropped back into town but it was raining on our return so we only stayed long enough to have lunch and then walked back a short 5-10 minute walk to the ship. Also it was a Sunday and hardly anything was open in town. So beware of this and take a tour for the day otherwise it would of been boring rainy day without anything to do if we had not booked our tour. Read Less

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