Discover three of Slovenia’s top attractions in one day on this scenic small-group day trip from Ljubljana. Marvel at beautiful Lake Bled and ride a traditional ‘pletna’ boat to Bled Island to explore and perhaps try scrumptious ‘potica’ nut cake. Then, explore Bled Castle perched above the lake before free time for lunch. Finally, visit cliffside Predjama Castle and ride a mini-train into Postojna Cave, the famous cave network of stalactites, stalagmites and eerie halls. Numbers are limited to eight on this small-group tour for a personalized experience.
• 10.5 hours
On this day we take you to the biggest and worldwide known Slovenian cave system - the Postojna caves. A two million years old and 21 km long system of subterranean caves is one of the most easily accessible network of underground caves in the world. A ride by electrical train will be followed by a guided walk through a series of cave halls with drop stones, pillars and translucent curtains that create unforgettable impressions. The underworld system is a home of the mysterious, unique and rare amphibian Proteus Anguinus, or human fish as it is popularly called here.
• 6.5 hours
Be enchanted by the fairy-tale sights of Lake Bled and beyond on this small-group, half-day tour from Ljubljana. Travel by air-conditioned minivan to the beautiful Alpine lake in rural Slovenia. Ride a traditional ‘pletna’ boat to Bled Island, where you can visit the church or try local sweet treats at the cafe. Then, explore Bled Castle, perched high above the Lake Bled’s tranquil waters, before enjoying free time at the lakeside. Numbers are limited to eight people, ensuring personalized attention from the guide.
• 5 hours
Discover the Slovenian coast and the Karst region. The first stop is the UNESCO listed Skocjan Caves, one of the largest and most fascinating Karstic sites in Europe with the Reka River running 200m below the surface. Next stop in one of the local taverns with the famous Karst air-dried prosciutto tasting, accompanied with the local wine Teran – produced only in the Karst region. Short stop at Lipica, the homeland of the white Lipizzaner. Pass the coastal towns of Koper, Izola and Portoroz to reach everyone’s favourite spot on the Slovenian coast – Piran, where you can get lost in its medieval narrow streets and houses and enjoy some free time.One last stop at Predjama Castle on the way to Ljubljana. Discover the secrets of the largest cave castle (Guinnes World Records!), located on a 123-meter high cliff, and learn about the local Robin Hood, the legendary knight Erazem.Return to Ljubljana in early evening hours.
• 10.5 hours
Bled is often mentioned as the pearl of the Alpine region due to its emerald-green lake, a church on the island in the middle of the lake and a medieval castle from the 11th century on a cliff above the lake.
• 10 hours
You may not be able to name any Slovenian dishes before this 4-hour walking tour, but by the end, you’ll be well informed and full. This isn’t, however, just a food tour. Sample up to nine traditional dishes, washed down with up to four Slovenian wines, while your guide regales your group with Slovenian history and points out masterful architectural creations along the way. Numbers limited to 15 people on this small-group tour, ensuring personalised attention from your knowledgeable guide.
• 4 hours
See Ljubljana’s highlights on a walking tour with a knowledgeable local guide. Explore Ljubljana Old Town, stroll through several squares, encounter city icons such as Dragon Bridge, and take the funicular up to Ljubljana Castle, where you'll enjoy great views from the outside and take an optional tour inside (additional cost). You’ll learn interesting facts about Slovenia’s history, culture and architecture from your guide.You will also have a chance to sample Slovenian cuisine.
• 2 hours
Visit two of Slovenia’s top attractions in one afternoon on this small-group, half-day tour from Ljubljana. Begin at Predjama Castle, perched on a cliff high above the beautiful Inner Carniola region. Explore the chambers and stairwells either independently or with your guide, and learn about the castle’s most famous resident, Erazem of Predjama. Then, continue to Postojna Cave. Ride a mini-train deep into the famous cave and tour the ethereal network of stalactites, stalagmites and caverns with a local guide. Numbers limited to eight people, ensuring a personalized experience.
• 5 hours
Slovenia is brimming with beauty — from the charming cobblestoned lanes of Ljubljana to the natural allure of the Alps. This small-group day trip gives a ‘greatest hits’ of the country, visiting the jaw-dropping Lake Bled and Bohinj located inside Triglav National Park, and then discovering the town of Škofja Loka, one of the oldest towns in the country. Numbers limited to eight people, ensuring a small-group experience with personalized attention from the guide.
• 10.5 hours
Small group half-day tour (up to 8 persons) from Ljubljana to Lake Bled that will take you to beautiful places such as lake Bled and castle, free time in Bled (or the medieval town of Radovljica in the winter time). A relaxing boat ride to the only true island in Slovenia is possible where a wishing bell will make your dream come true.
• 5 hours