Slovenia Travel: How Expensive is Traveling in SLOVENIA?

In this video I explore Piran, Slovenia and show how much things cost.
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Slovenia Travel: How Expensive is Traveling in SLOVENIA?

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  1. If you go to get yourself a drink in Piran it will cost you more than everywhere else. I did a statistic how much does 0.5l of water cost and it costs 0.14€. We have an extremly low cost of living compared to other Euroeand countries

  2. Dear Gabriel Piran is a city (has had city rights for a long time, so please don't call it a village. Also "the lanes" as you call it, are just streets. They are narrowbecause of attack from the seeside- pirates and other "warriors".

  3. Avoid the centers of the cities they're tourist traps and overcharge like hell. Where im from in Slovenia a juice like that would be like 1€. Nice series either way just some tips for ya

  4. Piran got it's town privileges in the time of Venice republic in the middle ages, when population wasn't that big anywhere in Europe. New York was a tiny settlement then, not even a village.

  5. i live in slovenia so i recomend that when you look for the restaurant go for less tourist places where is food more homemade and less exspanive. if i go eat out i would give around 8 €. 6,6 would be for the food. and for the drink if you order juice they will ask you how much in deciliters.


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