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Slovenian coast is small but with beautiful Mediterranean jewelleries as Koper and Piran. Koper is the biggest city on the Slovenian Adriatic coastline. Its old town center is medieval with Venetian and Gothic–style influence, very nice to visit. Piran is the dream city. It is one of the most photogenic cities in the Mediterranean. Piran has preserved its unsurpassed charm. It is picturesque and rich of history and culture.

The tour will start from the hotel in Bled. After about 2 hours of ride we will take the first stop in Koper. In about 2 hours we will visit the old city center and its tower and Pretorian Palace. The ride will continue among the Adriatic coast to Piran. Walking tour of this beautiful city will take about 2 hours with some free time for individual activities and lunch. In the afternoon we will visit one of the local wine cellars and testing their excellent wines. In the late afternoon we will return back to the hotel in Bled.

Explore the small Slovenian coastline and its highlights. Koper is the capital city of Slovenian Istria, the biggest port town rich in history. Boutique town of Piran is amazing historical jewel with distinctive Venetian architecture. Testing the local wines in the wine cellar is even a nice experience too.

desde 78 €

STA Travel Café, Ajdovšcina 1

Ditch the textbook and brush up on your European history through music, art, architecture, and, yes, even beer. Take in more than 2,000 years of history as you listen to the sounds of street musicians, explore contemporary galleries, and sip some of the best Slovenian brews.

We’ll start our Ljubljana tour at one of the biggest and most impressive city squares, where you will learn a few facts about the most important buildings and social realist monuments that shaped the Slovenia of today.

This historic stroll will take you through the centre of Ljubljana, passing local shops and cafés, and for a walk on the ancient Roman wall. We’ll visit important works by the respected architect Jože Plecnik, then get a peek into the national library and legendary open-air concert hall, Krizanke, with its dark secrets.

As we enjoy the vibe of the bustling local art scene and tiny medieval streets, we will literally pass the border between central Europe and the Balkans, to reach the academy of music where we can take in its rich history and fine tunes.

After soaking in the echoes of the academy, we’ll explore the Baroque part of town, full of bars and galleries, while avoiding tourist traps. We’ll stop into a hip café near the town hall for a sip of local craft beer and a chat about contemporary life in Ljubljana.

Crossing beautiful bridges over the Ljubljanica river and exploring romantic sweet spots and secret corners is a must while making your way to the Slovenian Philharmonic hall and a breathtaking view of the city. We will then go on to explore the Bohemian corner of Ljubljana while passing the Art Nouveau highlights. We’ll enter an old factory full of galleries you won’t find in guidebooks. Take your time soaking up the work of modern artists as you bond with them through their images.

We’ll finish our Ljubljana tour passing the cult band Laibach’s studio and entering the “city within the city,” or legendary Metelkova. Surrounded with graffiti, wild street art, and music clubs, you will get to try some traditional local beer as we discuss how Slovenian 80s music paved the way for the country’s independence.

desde 57 €

Celje is the third-largest town in Slovenia. It is a regional center of the traditional Slovenian region of Styria and the administrative seat of the City Municipality of Celje (in Slovene, Mestna obcina Celje). The town of Celje is located below Upper Celje Castle (407 m or 1,335 ft) at the confluence of the Savinja, Hudinja, Ložnica, and Voglajna rivers in the lower Savinja Valley, and at the crossing of the roads connecting Ljubljana, Maribor, Velenje, and the Central Sava Valley. It lies 238 m (781 ft) above mean sea level (MSL). The Celje region is frequently shaken by minor earthquakes.

Ptuj is a town in northeastern Slovenia. Traditionally the area was part of the Styria region. Ptuj is the center place of a ten-day-long carnival in the spring, an ancient Slavic pagan rite of spring and fertility, called Kurentovanje or Korantovanje.

Kurent is believed to be the name of an ancient god of hedonism - the Slavic counterpart of the Greek Priapos, although there are no written records. Kurenti or Koranti (singular, Kurent or Korant) are figures dressed in sheep skin who go about the town wearing masks, a long red tongue, cow bells, and multi-colored ribbons on the head. The Kurenti from Ptuj and the adjoining villages also wear feathers, while those from the Haloze and Lancova vas wear horns. Organized in groups, Kurents go through town, from house to house, making noise with their bells and wooden sticks, to symbolically scare off evil spirits and the winter.

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Lake Bled is famous for its little island in the middle and a castle above it. Visit the Alpine world of Triglav National Park, where The Bohinj valley lies, known for its scenic beauty and pristine nature.

Drive across the Pokljuka plateau, a high altitude wlderness with thick pine forests. The lake surrounds Bled Island (Blejski otok). The island has several buildings, the main one being the pilgrimage church dedicated to the Assumption of Mary (Cerkev Marijinega vnebovzetja), built in its current form near the end of the 17th century, and decorated with remains of Gothic frescos from around 1470 in the presbyterium and rich Baroque equipment.

The church has a 52 m (171 ft) tower and there is a Baroque stairway from 1655 with 99 stone steps leading up to the building. The church is frequently visited and weddings are held there regularly. Traditionally it is considered good luck for the groom to carry his bride up the steps on the day of their wedding before ringing the bell and making a wish inside the church.

The largest of the streams that flow into the lake, the Savica ('little Sava'), is fed from Crno jezero (Black Lake), the lowest-lying lake in the Triglav Lakes Valley. The outflow at the eastern end is the Jezernica creek which merges with the Mostnica to form the Sava Bohinjka, which in turn becomes the larger Sava River at the confluence with the Sava Dolinka. As found out already by Belsazar Hacquet in the 18th century, much more water leaves Lake Bohinj than enters it, which is explained with subterranean sources of water.

The clear waters are the habitat of brown trout, burbot, European chub, common minnow and Arctic char, eight genera of molluscs, as well as of numerous algae species. It is a popular day trippers' destination for swimming and other water sports. On the shore is a statue of the legendary Goldhorn (Zlatorog) chamois, whose story was perpetuated by the poet Rudolf Baumbach.

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From Ljubljana to the Alpine region below the Julian Alps we reach Bled, the magnificent alpine resort. Ascent the old castle perched on top of a steep cliff above the glacial Lake Bled. Castle terraces offer spectacular views of the lake and its tiny island in the middle.
Take a boat ride with ‘Pletna’ – traditional boat made by locals and reach the only true island in Slovenia, ring a ‘fortune bell’ and enjoy in beauty reflection of the mountains on the lake, sun, peace and fresh air or continue to breath-taking beauty of Bled’s Vintgar gorge, where wooden path leads along rushing river Radovna through the picturesque gorge, which measure 1600m and ends with 26-metre waterfall Sum.

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desde 50 €

In the heart of the Kamnik Alps there is a nice and lovely old town called Kamnik. It is surrounded by the mountains and one of them is Velika Planina that offers a great view on it. It is green and with unique architecture of more than 50 Shepard’s huts. The whole day will be like a jump back in time!

Start from hotel in Portorož and transfer to the foothill of the Velika Planina will take about 2.5 hours of ride. We will take than the funicular to the top of the hill and enjoy the beautiful view and its green pastures. We will proceed the tour visiting the Preskar’s hat museum and after it – only 10 min away we will stop in Kamnik. Here we will take the visit of the city and after some free time for individual activities we will return back to hotel in Portorož.

Time to visit to Kamnik, one of the loveliest and oldest towns in Slovenia which is surrounded by the beautiful Kamnik Alps. First you will visit Velika Planina that will offer you a great aerial view of Kamnik and its surrounding. This mountain plateau with its green pastures and typical and unique architecture of more than 50 Shepard’s huts offers a really nice experience. Later stop in Preskar's hut museum, the only preserved example of a typical oval Velika planina hut in Slovenia, where you will learn more about Sheppard's history in this region. Afternoon will be spent in Kamnik and its medieval city center. A jump back in time is guaranteed!

desde 63 €

Discovering the Slovenian coast and and the Karst region. The first stop is the visit of medieval Predjama Castle with dramatic setting in the gaping mouth of a cavern halfway up a hillside. The tour continues to Skocjan Caves one of the largest and most beautiful Karst caves in Europe where you will see river Reka 200m below the surface.

After getting out of the amazing cave, you will get the opportunity to taste famous Karst air-dried prosciutto (we like to think it is the best prosciutto in the world) and wine Teran – produced only in Karst region. We continue to Lipica, the homeland of the white Lipizzaner – famous horse of the Spanish riding school in Vienna.

Pass coastal towns of Koper, Izola and Portoroz we reach everyone’s favourite town on the Slovenian coast – Piran where you can get lost in its medieval narrow streets and houses, enjoy a great seafood lunch or take a swim in the Adriatic Sea.

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desde 62,83 €

The programme includes the Brewery Industry exhibition at the Laško Museum, a viewing of the brewing procedures at the Laško Brewery and a tasting of the Laško beer and other Laško Brewery products with salted pastries. Like many large companies Laško Brewery offers tours to show the process of beer brewing, the production of alcohol-free beverages and the Oda spring water bottling process.

Laško Brewery has always been up-to-date with new technologies and development of beverage industry. Its capacities and technological equipment place Laško Brewery at the very top of the European brewing industry. This results in the modernization of the brewery and our stimulating and technologically advanced working environment. Laško beer has been brewed with love and pride since 1825.

desde 82,86 €

Postojna Caves are the second largest underground cave system in the world. Unique for its cave train which isn't to be found nowhere in the world. Predjama Castle is situated close to the caves and it is one of the most spectacular medieval castles and the biggest cave castle in the world.

We will start the excursion from hotel in Bled. The road to Postojna takes about 1 hour of ride. First we will visit the Postojna caves. The visit takes about 90 minutes. Some free time for souvenirs or drinks, than we will proceed with the transfer to the Predjama castle (about 10 min) and with the visit of it. After the visit of the castle we will take the road back to the hotel in Bled.

Explore the mysterious Karst underground in Postojna Cave, the second largest underground cave system in the world. Unique for its cave train which isn't to be found nowhere in the world. Visit the biggest cave castle in the world Predjama Castle, one of the most spectacular medieval castles.

desde 69 €

From Ljubljana to the Alpine region below the Julian Alps we reach Bled, the magnificent alpine resort.
Ascend the old castle perched on top of a steep cliff above the glacial Lake Bled. Castle terraces offer spectacular views of the lake and its tiny island in the middle. Take a boat ride with “Pletna”, a traditional boat made by locals and reach the only true island in Slovenia or visit breath-taking beauty of Bled’s Vintgar gorge, where wooden path will take along the rushing river Radovna through the picturesque gorge, which measures 1600m and ends with 26-metre waterfall Šum.

Continue to Bohinj, our largest glacial lake located in the Triglav National Park. Take a swim or canoe or just walk around it. Lake’s natural environment will impress you while it shows different face each season.
After tasting the exquisite sour milk or famous Bled’s cream cake we stop in Skofja Loka, one of the oldest Slovenian towns, have a walk around this medieval and charming town, situated under the castle and the monastery.

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desde 58,98 €

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