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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.
$173.58 per adult
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Kriska R wrote a review Nov 2018
Monfalcone, Italy60 contributions32 helpful votes
This is a very old and very interesting place. Close to Basilica di St Eufemia. With very inriguing double level floors.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Karen M wrote a review May 2018
Castor Bay, New Zealand7 contributions3 helpful votes
We had no idea that this was here, what a fantastic surprise. The history and the preservation of it is very accessible. We had our 26 year old son with us, and he thoroughly enjoyed it also.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Marpio wrote a review Aug 2017
Budapest, Hungary47 contributions21 helpful votes
Along Grado mounmntal part (almost all in the main square), this is the most interesting and secret part. If in Grado you must really visit it.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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FTMDave wrote a review Jul 2017
Adria, Italy4246 contributions341 helpful votes
Ours was a somewhat disappointing visit. To explain. From right to left there is the Basilica di Sant'Eufemia, the Basilica di Santa Maria delle Grazie, and finally the Battistero di Grado. When we were there the floor was covered in moss and dirt, and I can only think/hope that they were carrying out restoration work. That said, even in this state the building is free to visit and steeped in history, so worth a look.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Evelyn T wrote a review Jul 2016
Traralgon South, Australia152 contributions15 helpful votes
this is the baptistery, also from the 6th century, with an hexagonal basin. very touching atmosphere.
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Date of experience: August 2015
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