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Campo Patriarca Elia, 34073, Grado Italy
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Izola Private Walking Tour
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Izola Private Walking Tour
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Get to know the fishing village of Izola, located east of Piran on Slovenia's Adriatic coast, on this private walking tour. You'll have the chance to learn about Izola's history and enjoy its ambiance, which most visitors to Slovenia overlook. This is a great way to see a bit more of the country off the beaten path.
$157.50 per adult
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A beautiful basilica! They are underway restoring parts of the basilica and grounds but full of history and worth visiting if in area.
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The cathedral is part of the old town in Grado with a tiny square in front of it. It is worth to go in to feel the atmosphere.
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This used to be a Cathedral before the suppression of the Grado Patriarchate, the church was built in the 6th century with a 5th century Baptistery, and a 15th century bell tower. Inside it has many roman columns, a 13th century moorish styled pulpit, and an amazing floor mosaic
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An extraordinary place of history and beauty. I attended a service, which was a special treat and also toured the historic monuments in the cloister area. A must to walk around (when there's no service in progress) and soak up the history, even if you're not overly religious.
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Visiting Grado, don’t just spend time in the bars And beaches! The mosaics in this dedicated church and the origin is really overwhelming, also having just visited Aquilea. However, the calm and authentic atmosphere is worth the visit as well.
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