Along the Austro-Hungarian riviera - Portorož - Piran

Along the Austro-Hungarian riviera

The coastal promenade with history.

The Austro-Hungarian elite were once attracted to Portorož's riviera because of its pleasant climate. Walk along the promenade, where you will be able to see historical monuments from that period.

Church of St Bernardine
The monastery and the church date back to the 15th century.
Bernardinska Reber 3b, 6320 Portorož
+386 (0)5 674 67 00
http://zupnija-lucija-portoroz.rkc.si/
Church of Our Lady of the Rosary and the Bell Tower, Nova vas nad Dragonjo
In the 16th century, the church was mentioned under the name »S. Mari(n)a(e) della Villa Morta«, which supports the theory that the village was deserted after the plague.
Nova vas nad Dragonjo 59, 6333 Sečovlje
Palace Hotel
The Palace Hotel, an important milestone in the development of tourism in Portorož, first opened on the 20th of August, 1910.
Obala 45, 6320 Portorož
+386 05 692 70 00
reservations.portoroz@kempinski.com
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Fountain – a memorial to the sailors
It’s dedicated to the victims of the Second World War at sea.
Villa Maria
Villa Maria was built at the end of the 19th century as a residence for the Austro-Hungarian general Sir Wilhelm von Reinlander.
Prečna pot 3a, 6320 Portorož
Magazen Grando and Monfort Salt Warehouses
Today Monfort is also a gallery hosting many exhibitions of modern art.
, 6320 Portorož
Piran's cultural treasures

Piran's cultural treasures

All the cultural paths are collected in the handy brochure with a map. You can download the brochure for free and begin exploring immediately.
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