Thinking of going to lake Bled in February or March, I've seen some vantage points I would like to take photos from, is this accessible in winter, and are there trails to get there.
We're trying to figure out how to get from Koper (or Piran or Portoroz) to Ljubliana. I've been searching for information for a couple of hours now...and nothing but frustration! I'm assuming bus, but train is fine. Anybody got some good links in English that will help me figure this out?
I've been trying to use this link, but don't know what station in Koper to use. Every station I try doesn't yield a positive result. http://www.ap-ljubljana.si/en/faq.php
I'm planning a sailing trip in Croatia at the end of May and I'd really love to add on a ~week of hiking to a few huts in Triglav National Park. Having lived in Colorado in the US, I know that late May is a tricky time and there's often still alot of snow. I've done a fair amount of research on Triglav, but can't seem to find any information on typical weather/snowpack in May. I've done cross country and mountaineering trips in snow, however to minimize the amount of luggage we have to bring I'd…
My husband and I are traveling to Slovenia in late March and would like to stay a couple days in the Goriska region. If we are there on a Sunday, can we expect to be able to visit some wineries, or would they be closed then? I head that Ljubljana is pretty quiet on Sundays, so I wasn't sure if that was a country-wide norm. Also, any advice for wineries or where to stay? We will have a car.
During our summer holidays in Slovenia, we'd also like to make a hike for 3 to 5 days with our children. I'm looking for a walk in a loop or with transport at the end back to the beginning. We want to sleep in huts or b&bs where we have half board (breakfast + diner). The length of the walks should be between 4 and 6h per day.
Do you have any suggestions and usefull links, it will be much appreciated !
Thx a lot !
I'm considering travelling to Slovenia next year, as part of a longer trip. It seems to be quite an interesting country that is "European without the tourists" (for Australians, anyway). I'm not interested in Italy/France but would still like to see beautiful old buildings, cobblestones, old towns, etc. I realise that it's a very small country and one or two weeks will allow me to see most of the country.
To those that have visited - did you like Slovenia? Are my impressions…
I would be traveling from Ljubljana to Venice and then continuing to Bergamo, but for some reason I can't find more information about the bus lines operating this route. I know that there is goopti but I couldn't find out the exact times and nobody is responding to my inquiry from their company.
I would appreciate very much if somebody could point me in the right direction.
I will be visiting Lake Bled for 2 days in the month of October.
Can you tell me the places which I must see / cover during my stay in Lake Bled. Amongst others, I also intend to visit Lake Bohinj from Lake Bled.