Historical centres

Komen (Comeno)

It was an important administrative centre of the western Karst and it preserves, in the hamlet of Gorjansko (Goriano), an Austro-Hungarian military

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Koper (Koper)

For Slovenia, the city of Koper is the gateway to the world, the place where merchants and their ships bound for the whole world arrived

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Kranjska Gora

Kranjska Gora, known for Alpine skiing, nestled in the middle of the beautiful peaks of Mount Triglav, is one of the most important and best

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Lido di Venezia

As soon as we land, the great dome of the Votive Temple appears. The polychrome majolica facade of the Hungaria Hotel, in Art Nouveau style, will remind

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Lignano Sabbiadoro

Among the most famous and popular seaside resorts of the upper Adriatic Sea, Lignano Sabbiadoro is situated between the Marano

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Lipica (Lipizza)

A place known throughout the world for being the home, since the 16th century, of the famous Habsburg horse breeding that gave rise to the Lipizzaner horses.

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Lokev (Corgnale)

A typical Karst village with a well-preserved cylindrical tower dating back to 1487, built as part of a larger defensive complex against

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Malamocco

It is one of the oldest settlements in the lagoon and capital of the Dogado of Venice in the 8th and 9th centuries, with calli, campielli, coloured houses

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Marano Lagunare

Small and pretty town overlooking the homonymous lagoon, it is characterized by the village of ancient origins that preserves valuable evidence

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Mesola

The Estense Castle, monumental summer residence of the Este family, was built as a reference point for hunting in the nearby Mesola Woods

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Mojstrana

Worth visiting is Casa Pocar - one of the oldest farmhouses in the Triglav National Park, now used as an exhibition venue - and the futuristic structure

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Muggia

To visit with due attention the small port (Mandracchio), the ancient circle of walls with the gates surmounted by the Marcian

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Noventa Padovana

The presence of a group of Venetian villas of great value make Noventa the last town on the Riviera, closing the evocative itinerary from

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Padua

Founded over 3000 years ago, Padua is today a city of modern and cosmopolitan art, particularly renowned for its historic and glorious University.

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Pellestrina

Thirteen kilometers long, 210 meters wide, but with calli and campielli, rivalry of neighborhoods and passion for regattas, the island of Pellestrina

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Plave (Plava)

During the Great War its railway station is known to have been the scene of numerous battles.

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Pontelongo

A coastal village famous for its sugar production, a large sugar factory has been operating since 1890. Remarkable the villa Foscarini Erizzo,

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Pontemanco di Due Carrare

Pontemanco is a picturesque coastal village built near an important mill, now restored. The village has two rows of rural houses overlooking

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Porto Garibaldi

As important as it is picturesque fishing and tourist port as well as seaside resort. The place is named after the Hero of the Two Worlds who landed here in 1849.

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Porto Viro

Porto Viro is situated in the centre of the Po Delta and its name derives from the place where the river was cut. The centre was a small settlement on the Adriatic Sea,

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