Weekend Itinerary in Piran and Portoroz, Slovenia: How to Spend 3 Days in Piran and Portoroz

By Two Monkeys Travel - Contributor February 11th, 2021 Posted in Europe Travel Blog, Travel Blog No comments

Looking for inspiration for a weekend in Piran and Portoroz?  Read our tips below on the things to do in Piran and Portoroz, Slovenia plus a sample weekend itinerary, where to stay, how to get around, and the best restaurants to try!

15 Best Things To Do in Piran and Portoroz, Slovenia
Mikita Karasiou

Piran and Portoroz are two charismatic towns on Slovenia’s Adriatic coast. Piran is more of a historic site that lures visitors with its well-preserved medieval houses, winding cobblestone narrow old streets. Portoroz which means ‘port of roses’ – is the complete opposite of the first. It is a lively upmarket coastal resort known for luxurious hotels, spas and vivacious nightlife. Two different worlds but both are uniquely fascinating. 

3 Day Weekend Trip Guide to Piran and Portoroz, Slovenia

Day 1 – Weekend Guide to Piran and Portoroz, Slovenia

15 Best Things To Do in Piran and Portoroz, Slovenia

This small fishing town is a sight for Venetian style architecture. Piran is an extremely walkable city and a less stressful place to tour. Start by walking along the narrow old alleyways and picturesque colorful buildings. These characteristics are one of many unique reasons why this town is worth visiting. If you want to see this laidback town from above, the Wall of Piran is the most perfect place to take a shot.

Also offering a scenic view of the sea is the famous bell tower in the Church of St. George.

15 Best Things To Do in Piran and Portoroz, Slovenia
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In the afternoon, relax and soak up the sun in Tartini Square. Enjoy the salty air with melodious music and lots of restaurants and cafes to dine too.

Day 2 – Weekend Guide to Piran and Portoroz, Slovenia

Few kilometers from Piran lies the larger town of Portoroz. Luxury is this town’s language. Amidst this bustling place, you can detoxify in luxurious spas, thanks to the unique mud and salt found in the area. Casino and high rise hotels are everywhere. Recreational activities are highly recommended, like biking, jogging and walking along the shoreline. 

 

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Not only that but going to one of the oldest casino destinations in Europe, the Grand Casino Portoroz is also a must.

Day 3 – Weekend Guide to Piran and Portoroz, Slovenia

After a tiring day a Portoroz, you can spend your last day of the trip by walking along with Piran’s town and visiting the 13th-century Roman-gothic styled town hall. It is one of the most visited landmarks in town because of its picturesque appearance. 

15 Best Things To Do in Piran and Portoroz, Slovenia
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Where to Stay in Piran and Portoroz, Slovenia

Where to Stay in Piran and Portoroz, Slovenia if you’re a backpacker

Apartments Vacation Station

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200 m from Tartini Square and 3.3 km from St. George’s Parish Church, this accommodation offers air-conditioned rooms, free WiFi, a sofa, a seating area, a flat-screen TV with cable channels, a well-fitted kitchen with a dining area, and a private bathroom with a hairdryer, fridge, stovetop as well as a kettle.

Price: Starts at US$50 + US$19 taxes and charges, non-refundable.

Villa Luka

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This villa is 600 m from Portoroz Thermal Spa. It offers a garden, a terrace and air-conditioned, a balcony and free WiFi. It also has a private parking area.

Price: Starts at US$50 + US$19 taxes and charges, free cancellation and no prepayment. 

Where to Stay in Piran and Portoroz, Slovenia if you’re on a budget

Hotel Vile Park

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Situated within the St. Bernardin Resort and just 20 m from the sea, this hotel features a beach area and a seasonal outdoor swimming pool. Rooms of Hotel Vile Park are built around the 15th-century bell tower of the St. Bernardin church and include air-conditioning, cable TV, seating area, balcony, Private bathrooms come with a shower, a hairdryer, and free toiletries. Various restaurants, cafes, and shops are nearby. 

Price: Starts at US$66.17 includes taxes and charges, with free breakfast, non-refundable.

Apartment Sol Mar

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 Situated in Portorož, less than 1 km from Portoroz Thermal Spa, this accommodation has garden views, free WiFi, free private parking, rooms with air conditioning, a flat-screen TV, washing machine and a kettle, completed with a kitchen.

Price: Starts at US$72 + US$19 taxes and charges, free cancellation. 

Where to Stay in Piran and Portoroz, Slovenia if you want Luxury

Hotel Piran

Weekend Itinerary in Piran and Portoroz, Slovenia

Featuring a seafront location in historic Piran town center, Hotel Piran features a restaurant, a spa, and wellness center, free WiFi, TV, a minibar, private bathrooms with shower, a hairdryer Guests can enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of the rooftop bar that provides views of Piran and the Adriatic Sea. Tartini Square is only 100 m away from the hotel.  

Price: Starts at US$133 + US$2 taxes and charges for Double Room, free breakfast and non-refundable

Hotel Kempinski Palace Portorož

Things to do in Piran, Slovenia

The luxurious Hotel Kempinski Palace is located in a heritage-protected landscaped park in the center of Portorož. It features a seawater swimming pool, a vast state-of-the-art spa, and a wellness area, various restaurants, and bars. It also has decorated air-conditioned rooms, a flat-screen cable TV, a minibar and safe, private bathrooms, hairdryer and free toiletries, a French balcony with views of the Adriatic Sea or the park. à-la-carte restaurants provide Mediterranean cuisine.

Price: Starts at US$166 + US$2 taxes and charges, with free breakfast, non-refundable. 

List of restaurants that you can try while in Piran and Portoroz, Slovenia.

Fritolin pri Cantini

Weekend Itinerary in Piran and Portoroz, Slovenia

Serves Local Slovenian cuisine, Seafoods, Mediterranean and European. If you are into fish, then this Top 1 restaurant is for you to try. Affordable price for excellent food. 

Operating hours: Sun-Sat 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Address: Prvomajski trg 6, Piran 6330, Slovenia

Pirat

Weekend Itinerary in Piran and Portoroz, Slovenia

Serves Italian, Seafood, Mediterranean, European, and Grilled dishes. This restaurant has a reasonable price for a good serving of meals. 

Address: Zupanciceva 26, Piran 6330, Slovenia

Gostilna Park

Weekend Itinerary in Piran and Portoroz, Slovenia

This restaurant in Piran serves local, Italian, Seafood, Mediterranean, Slovenian, Central European cuisines. Gostilna Park is cozy inside and outside where you can enjoy their famous seafood dishes. 

Address: Zupanciceva 21, Piran 6330, Slovenia

La Bottega Dei Sapori

Weekend Itinerary in Piran and Portoroz, Slovenia

Serves Italian, Seafood, Mediterranean, European dishes. This restaurant is also famous for its seafood dishes and pasta. 

Operating hours: 5:00 PM – 10:00 PM (Mon) and 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM (Tue-Sun)
Address: Kajuhova 12 | Piazza Tartini, Piran 6330, Slovenia

How to go to Piran and Portoroz, Slovenia from the UK

Via Ryanair: (one way)

*From STN London Stansted to TRS Trieste

Ticket Price: US$20

* Prices are subject to change. .

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