The history of Koper goes back to the times of the Middle Bronze Age, 1500 years B.C. In the past , Koper was an island, first inhabited in pre- Roman and Roman times. More…
Sights, history and culture
Koper, the oldest town in Slovenia, developed on a rocky island with the Roman name Capris. Out of the three Slovenian coast cities (Koper, Izola, Piran), Koper has experienced the most numerous layout modifications. The reasons for that also need to be sought in the changes of various reigns and states, all of which marked the city with their specific traits and names. More…
How to get to Koper
- International Venice airport Marco Polo (Aereoport di Venezia Marco Polo)
Viale G. Galilei, 30/1
30173 Tessera-Venezia (VE)
- By car:
From International Venice airport Marco Polo to Koper is 169 km. From the airport you proceed on Viale Galileo Galilei and then on SS14. The next step is to turn on the motorway A27, continue on A/57E55/A4 and then on E70, direction Trieste. You take the road SS202, exit Muggia and you continue on SS15, where you will cross the border. To reach Koper continue on road H5.
- Public transport:
From Venice Trieste will easily be reached by train. You will find the train timetable here. From the main bus station in Trieste the bus will take you to Koper.
- Mini Bus:
You can com with mini bus Goopti, you can click on website:
- By car: