By the time we hit the coast at Piran that day, the sun had started to come out and we got a nice bit of warmth, before another storm rolled in in the evening. Piran was a Venetian port a long time ago, so the town has a very Italian feel, although all the signs are in Slovenian. It’s quite interesting. From the tip of the piece of land that Piran is built on, you can look to your right and see Trieste & Italy, and to the left you can see Croatia.
Piran is a classic old town with winding cobblestone alleyways, nice piazzas and of course churches. Again, we’d recommend checking it out. In fact, everywhere we went in Slovenia we absolutely loved. It’s such a great country, you should go there.
Which brings us to the end of this particular journey – we left Ljubljana the next day back to Trieste for more coffee and Aperol Spritz, before flying off to London to plan the next adventure.