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Coast and Karst

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Piran's coast

The Coast and Karst [1] region of Slovenia lies along the Adriatic coast and extends inland into the cave-dotted karst territory.

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Understand[edit]

Ruled by Venice for five centuries, an Italian influence is clearly visible in the coastal towns of this picturesque area.

Talk[edit]

Italian is an official language in many coastal towns and widely understood.

Get in[edit]

KOPER - there are frequent buses between Trieste and Koper (and on to Piran). Journey time is around 1 hour and the distance is about 20km. There are also frequent buses and trains from Ljubljana (journey time around 2 hours, 90km). NOVA GORICA - there are frequent buses between Gorizia (Italy) and its Slovenian counterpart (€1.03, 10 minutes). Buses and trains head north towards Bled and Jesenice (€5, 2 hours). Buses and some trains are also quite frequent between the city and Ljubljana (€8, 2.5 hours). SEZANA - on weekdays there are 7 buses a day to/from Trieste (Italy) taking 25 minutes and costing €1. Regular train and bus services run between Sezana and Ljubljana (€7, 2 hours)

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A river emerges from underground near the Škocjan Caves

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  • Tourist farm »Oru«, Davorin Jagodič Avber 2 6210 Sežana, +386 5 768 52 52 +386 41 614 196, [2]. Wine tasting, food, wine  edit

Stay safe[edit]

With the exception of Koper, Sezana and Nova Gorica all of the settlements are very small and crime is virtually non-existant. In all parts crime is low when compared to all neighbouring countries. Most young people will speak very good English and coastal areas are usually bilingual (Slovene and Italian).

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