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Discover the scenery of Slovenia with a round-trip ride on the Bohinj Railway steam train from Jesenice to Nova Gorica. You'll pass by Bled, Bohinjska Bistrica, the Soca river valley and more as you admire the mountain landscape. This tour allows you to avoid the hassle of driving yourself around the country so you can just relax and enjoy the views. An upgrade option is available if you'd like to visit the wine region of Goriska Brda.
A memorable trip to two glacial lakes, situated in the safe embrace of Julian Alps. Natural pearls that proudly stand still and pinpoint Slovenia on a map of nature’s most astonishing sites. These are the vistas that capture the eyes and lenses of photographers, locals and travelers. Speechless is what one becomes when visiting Bohinj and Bled.
We've been riding these roads for over 25 years, and enjoy every one of them. We know what is worth seeing, we know what to avoid. We can visit local motorcycle clubs and mingle with local bikers. Being born in this region we know local languages and customs.
Slovenia’s grandest natural miracles. The country’s most visited site and one of the most fascinating castles. Postojna Cave is the most prominent of Slovenia’s sights, and paradise for explorers of nature’s miracles. A system of 24 kilometers, that river Pivka created throughout the history, has been first described in the 17th century, but it has been a home to Proteus anguinus for thousands of years. Lake Cerknica is another miracle of Karst region that you shouldn’t miss. Now you see it, now you don’t. It is an intermittent lake that is said to have always been a mysterious site, with witches performing their shilly-shally on its banks! Who knows, perhaps it is all still happening … A magical day will be completed with a medieval story of knight Erazem Lueger, a lord to the striking Predjama castle.
The two–day cycling and culinary tour will take you to the most beautiful parts of the Eastern Slovenia. A journey to the land of sparkling wines and natural pure mineral water springs, known by the curiously young looking locals as the "Slatina Springs of Youth", pumpkin oil mills, and Jeruzalem wines.
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With its 2864 metres, Triglav is the highest peak of the Julian Alps and a symbol of Slovenia. It is featured even in the country’s coat of arms and on the national flag. There are many paths that lead to its peak and they have various levels of difficulty and require a different amount of time to walk. The easiest way to the top is definitely the Krma valley and past the Triglav Lodge at Kredarica. Two experienced mountaineers, Marija and Andrej Štremfelj, who is the first couple to climb the Mount Everest, will be accompanying you and they will make sure that you will safely reach the peak of the highest Slovenian mountain. You will enjoy breathtaking views on your way and the feeling of victory when you will be standing on the top will be something to remember for a long time to come. It is advisable to climb the Triglav Mountain in two days.
- Ljubljanica River
- Butchers' Bridge (Mesarski Most)
- Mount Saint Mary (Smarna Gora)
- Cobblers' Bridge (Cevljarski Most)
- Ljubljana Cathedral (Church of St. Nicholas)
- Congress Square (Kongresni Trg)
- Ljubljana Town Hall (Magistrat)
- Ljubljana Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO)
- Krizanke Summer Theatre (Poletno Gledalisce Krizanke)
- Cankar Centre (Cankarjev Dom)
- National and University Library of Slovenia (Arodna in Univerzitetna Knjiznica)
- Ljubljana Castle Funicular
- Museum of Illusions
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