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Head here for the major buildings and sites of Historical old Koper Town.
The walking routes takes you through from the port.
Lots of interesting buildings with a good smattering of cafes and shops. Worth a trip in. Can get busy later with competing walking...More
Tito's square is the most beautiful square in Koper. In the old center surrounded bay old palaces it is just great. You can walk arroung and enjoy the athmosphere or sit in the caffe, rest or have a drink, coffee or dessert. Every experience is...More
When we arrived in town from our cruise ship, it was a Saturday. To tell you the truth, I was disappointed when we walked through the town for several blocks, to find shops not open and Tito Square felt deserted. It was a very, very...More
Tito square is a must see if you are in Koper. Here the time stops. All arround the square you will find a lot of places to see (the Praetor's palace, Armeria, Loggia....). You will find a nice coffee shop there also. Sit and enjoy...More
We visited the square on a Sunday morning so the Old Town was pretty quiet with many shops closed. This is a nice area to see some of the old and key buildings in the city including the Cathderal, Bell Tower and the Praetorian Palace.
Our one day visit to Koper occurred on a Saturday. When we began exploring the old town, we were astounded by how quiet it was. Many of the small shops were closed and there were very few people around.
Tito was square was the busiest...More
When disembarking from a cruise ship, and taking the lift into the town of Koper, this is one of the first areas you can visit. It is a rather lovely little square, housing the Praetorian Palace, Cathedral and Bell Tower and the tourist information centre....More
Why is this square perfect? It maintained old pavement with grey stones. It has perfect architectures all around, from Praetorian Palace, Cathedral with tower to old loggia. You can it down on each edge for free or visit Loggia Café. It is not crowded as...More