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We loved Koper and took a tour of the Praetorian Palace. The young man who showed us around was excellent, very professional and friendly. We were the only people to be taking a tour at that time and so had a tour all to ourselves....More
On Tito Square in the old town. It’s a beautiful place in a lovely setting. Adults enjoyed but the children weren’t as interested. Worth a visit.
1 Thank gerri2016
TIC Koper T, Public Relations Manager at Praetorian Palace, responded to this reviewResponded August 12, 2018
Hello dear Gerri,
we thank you for kind review of our Praetorian Palace. It means a lot to us. We hope that you've spent wonderful time visiting our sunny city of Koper.
Best wishes for you and your family.
The Praetorian Palace closes the south side of the central city square. Koper was supposed to receive its first city palace in 1254. More detailed information about the formation of the city market is about the years 1268/69. With the greatest building interventions they started...More
1 Thank SloZlo
TIC Koper T, Public Relations Manager at Praetorian Palace, responded to this reviewResponded August 2, 2018
we are grateful for Yours review of Praetorian Palace.
You have stated many historical data in review and we are very thankful and impressed by the effort that was put in writing such a long impression of our Praetorian Palace..
We wish you all...More
Along with the other historical buildings on Tito Square it is a visual feast. Unusual styling sits nicely and compliments the other buildings.
Only a 5 minute walk from the port terminal and on a set route around this lovely old town.
The place is increible however the time had made struggles and is not that clean at all however the place combined with other main attractions worth the travel.More
Thank Pedro S
TIC Koper T, Manager at Praetorian Palace, responded to this reviewResponded November 16, 2017
Dear Mr. Pedro,
We would like to express our gratitude for giving us the opportunity to host you in our Praetorian Palace in Koper. Our aim is to always, not only fulfil, but overcome our guests’ expectations and therefore we sincerely appreciate your feedback information....More
This was a very historic visit. The staff was very helpful and helped people with mobility issues avoid steps. There were a lot of photo stops. The staff helped to explain the history. This is worth a stop and nice for Koper.
TIC Koper T, Public Relations Manager at Praetorian Palace, responded to this reviewResponded October 24, 2017
Thank you very much from our stuff for your excellent review.
We are happy that you liked our sunny city of Koper and Praetorian Palace.
We wish you all the best. 'Till next time:)
When visiting Koper for a day, our time was somewhat limited. Consequently we did not have time to take a guided tour of this palace. Instead, we just had to make do with admiring the amazing architecture from the large city square where it is...More
TIC Koper T, Public Relations Manager at Praetorian Palace, responded to this reviewResponded October 9, 2017
Dear Mr. Hugh,
thank you very much for your excellent review. We are happy that you loved and appreciated the beauty of Praetorian Palace. We wish you safe travel and all the best.
A warm thank you from sunny city of Koper.
Koper is wonderful - my favorite of Slovenian Istria and the Palace is a microcosm of the area's varied history - renaissance, gothic, baroque, passed from one ruling nation to another. Definitely take the guided tour.
TIC Koper T, Public Relations Manager at Praetorian Palace, responded to this reviewResponded September 21, 2017
Dear Mr. or Mrs.,
thank you for your wonderful review. We are happy that you liked our Praetorian Palce. We wish you all the best.
See you next time in sunny Koper.
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There will be a row of taxis waiting at the pier. If someone has a disability a taxi can shuttle you up the hill. Otherwise it's literally a 300 yard walk, with a set of stairs up a small hill at the outset, to the palace. I... More
There will be a row of taxis waiting at the pier. If someone has a disability a taxi can shuttle you up the hill. Otherwise it's literally a 300 yard walk, with a set of stairs up a small hill at the outset, to the palace. I hope this helps and if you have any other questions prior to your visit to Koper I will be glad to assist.