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Have a fantastic and relaxed day in the Alpine Region. Ascent the old castle perched on top of a steep cliff above the glacial Lake Bled. Take a rafting on a glacial Sava River and spend an early afternoon enjoying in the wild water having your free and relaxed time!

Choose between taking a boat ride to Bled island and enjoy the spectacular views of island and the castle, or visiting beautiful Vintgar Gorge with rushing river and 26-metre waterfall Šum. We head on to Skofja Loka, have a walk around this medieval town, situated under the castle and the monastery. Arrive back to Ljubljana.

desde 58,98 €

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 €

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 €

Ljubljana is the capital city of Slovenia and a very nice small metropolis. It is very green and nice to live. Its historical city center, the river Ljubljanica, the castle, the open market… are only the major attractions to explore.

Start from hotel in Portorož and transfer to Ljubljana. The ride will take about 1,5 hour. We will proceed with the walking tour of its historical center and will take the funicular to reach the Ljubljana castle and enjoy its magnificent view. Some free time for individual activities, visits or souvenir shopping will be given. After it we will return back in Portorož.

Get to know Ljubljana the capital city of Slovenia. Take a walk around the historical city centre, and explore all its major attractions. Continue with a visit to Ljubljana Castle and treat yourself to beautiful views of the city from the castle’s ramparts.

desde 55 €

Škocjanske Jame is a cave system in Slovenia. Due to its exceptional significance, Škocjan Caves was entered on UNESCO’s list of natural and cultural world heritage sites in 1986. International scientific circles have thus acknowledged the importance of the caves as one of the natural treasures of planet Earth. Ranking among the most important caves in the world, Škocjan Caves represents the most significant underground phenomena in both the Karst region and Slovenia.

Following independence from SFR Yugoslavia in 1991, Slovenia committed itself to actively protecting the Škocjan Caves area and established the Škocjan Caves Regional Park, Slovenia and its Managing Authority, the Škocjan Caves Park Public Service Agency. The Stud Farm Lipica is committed to ensuring care, treatment, accommodation and breeding of all categories of Lipizzaners in accordance with the highest ethical, ethological and technological standards not only due to the role and importance of the stud farm in modern breeding of Lipizzaner worldwide, but above all due to the Lipizzaners themselves.

The Stud Farm Lipica breeds the Lipizzaner in a traditional tested way. Stallions placed in stables in individual enclosed stalls are trained regularly. Broodmares are placed in a joint stable, breeding is free.

Immediately after foaling mares with foals are placed in enclosed stalls for 10 to 14 days thus ensuring them the necessary peace and satisfactory control over the health state of the mother and the foal in the post-natal period. After this period mares with foals return to the joint stable. Breeding is combined, on pastures and in the stable. In the pasture season the entire herd of broodmares is on pastures during the day, whereas in winter, they are moved to arranged places for running when the conditions do not enable pasturing.

The weaning of all foals is carried out at the end of October. Colts and fillies are bred in joint stables; the breeding is combined – on pastures and in the stable until they reach the age of three years and a half. In the period of being introduced into work and testing new capabilities which lasts one year the animals are placed in individual enclosed stalls.

For animals entered in the Studbook of the Slovenian Lipizzaner Breeding Association (ZRLS) no breeding conditions are defined in the Breeding Program directly, however, the following is recommended: that animals are bred in stables ensuring breeding of animals in accordance with ethological standards; that in the pasturing season animals can pasture the whole day on pastures of appropriate size.

desde 314,11 €

Discover the beauty of Plitvice Lakes, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, considered one of the most spectacular natural phenomena in this part of Europe. Plitvice Lakes National Park has been protected since 1979 as an area of an outstanding beauty with 16 emerald-turquoise lakes that are connected to each other by a fabulous system of waterfalls. These beautiful waters are surrounded by natural green forests and amazing landscapes that will take your breath away. The tour includes a detailed visit to the park with the local professional guide who will lead you through the forest trails of the park while you listen to his commentary.

The excursion starts from hotel in Portorož. The road will take about 4 hours across the Slovenia and Croatia landscape. Arriving in Plitvice the guided tour with a local guide will start and take you in this green world of lakes and waterfalls. Even some free time will be given to enjoy the beauty of nature or just to relax, take some drink or lunch. In the late afternoon we will return back to Portorož hotel.

desde 99 €

Istria is the largest peninsula in the Adriatic Sea. The peninsula is located at the head of the Adriatic between Golf of Trieste and Kvarner Gulf and it is shared by three countries: Italy, Slovenia and Croatia. Rovinj is one of the most popular and most developed tourist resorts in Croatia. The old town is built on the island and it is the most picturesque and romantic towns on Mediterranean. Pula is a seafront city on the tip of Istrian peninsula, known for its protected harbor, beach-lined coast and Romans ruins like Amphitheatre. The visit of those jewels will keep you speechless.

The tour starts from hotel in Bled. The first goal – Rovinj - will be reached in about 3 hours. The walking tour will be made. Than we will proceed to the visit of one of local producers of wines and will try some nice local wines. Our rode will continue until Pula (less than 1 hour). The visit of the city and its enormous amphitheater – Arena. Some free time will be given and then in the late afternoon we will take the road back to Bled.

Istria is peninsula with their specific vegetation and nice position at the head of Adriatic. The taste of its olive oil and typical wine will make this experience even stronger. The visit of beautiful jewels as city of Rovinj and Pula with their specific Mediterranean look will let you enjoy in their specifics as the church of St. Euphemia in Rovinj or the roman Amphitheater in Pula.

desde 99 €

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Dive right into the heart of one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and discover its essence by the best means possible – through the food and wine! Ljubljana is one of Europe’s most underrated destinations, so not only will this tour give you a behind the scenes peek into local life, you’ll also be exploring a place in a way that very few travellers have done before. Win-win situation in our book! We’ll start our city adventure with a bang – we’ll show you the most stunning view across the city from a café on top of one of the most prominent buildings in town, the perfect lasting memory for your Ljubljana experience. And a perfect photo opportunity.

We’ll order some local wine possibly a traditional cake and talk about stories of how Slovenia lived during the times of Yugoslavia, and how the country has changed since it became independent. You’ll continue your Ljubljana day tour on to a neighbourhood considered by locals to be one of the most picturesque and idyllic in the entire city. With a tiny canal running through it, a beautiful church, cosy little restaurants and bars under chestnut trees, and local stories of poets and their lovers, this neighbourhood is overflowing with charm. Along the way we’ll stop in a couple of the popular local bars to savour some delicious local cheeses and charcuterie platters, and a very impressive wine list. Most wines are carefully handpicked by the owners from small wineries around Slovenia, giving you the chance to sip on some local specialties that are hard to find in other places across the globe. On our way we will stop at Prešeren Square, in the very centre of the city.

With views of the Triple Bridge and Ljubljana Castle on one side, and a magnificent Franciscan church on the other, you’ll feel like you’ve just walked right into a scene from a beautiful postcard. In this square, your local guide will tell you tales of the love story behind the main statue in the square, which is dedicated to a famous Slovenian romantic poet, France Prešeren. You’ll be whisked away by the stories of Slovenia’s connection with love, from the country’s name, language, and Ljubljana itself – these tales are enough to soften even the hardest of hearts! Our Ljubljana tour will finish here and your local guide will be happy to give you directions back to your accommodation, or anywhere else in Ljubljana that you might like to explore.

desde 59 €

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Discover why Slovenians look back on their past with pride, and find out how life was lived just a couple of decades ago. Immerse yourself in one of the most authentic urban adventures as you visit socialist-era sites and learn about the good and not-so-good of Yugoslavian socialism.

Long live the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia! Enter our government-sponsored time machine and embark on a journey that will take you around the most iconic historic spots in the city as you learn about local life under the socialist regime.

Together we will view socialist-style buildings, check out statues of glorified Yugoslav politicians, visit one or two bars that seem frozen in time, have a snack at the Central Market, and finish up in Metelkova city, former barracks turned into an alternative neighbourhood of museums, wild art, booming nightlife, and a popular hostel inside a former Yugoslav prison.

Your Ljubljana tour will start in the newer part of downtown, where you will get a chance to spot some typical socialist-era skyscrapers, dotted between the elegant architecture of Art Nouveau and Baroque. We’ll walk toward the Galley of Modern Art, which is housed in a massive block of grey concrete — socialist and stylish at the same time, you might say! We’ll get a quick look at the Tivoli city park, and mark down the Museum of Modern History for a later visit.

We will stroll down a tree-lined street to see some important buildings like the United States embassy and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. We will make a short stop by the statue of Kidric (the first president of the Slovenian parliament), where you’ll pick up a few interesting facts about Slovenian history after World War II. This will lead us to the Parliament building, right across the spacious Republic Square, where Slovenian independence was proclaimed in 1991.

Our path will lead us to the beautiful Star Park, nestled in the famous Congress Square, where you can enjoy a nice view of the castle, and see sites like the Slovenian Philharmonic, and the University of Ljubljana. You will have plenty of opportunities to take photos in this car-free area of the city.

We’ll then stop into one of the nostalgic bars by the river, where you can have a beer or glass of wine, and reminiscence about the old times. Rested, we’ll then walk through the central marketplace, where we can enjoy a tasty snack on the go, see the famous Dragon Bridge, and continue on to artsy Trubarjeva Street, where we’ll end up in an old bicycle factory that is now a popular urban spot for locals.

We’ll finish our journey with the best discovery: an old Yugoslav military base that has been converted into one of the most famous alternative neighbourhoods in Europe, called Metelkova. Check out a former prison that’s now turned into a trendy hostel, and have another beer in one of the graffiti-covered buildings full of art, good vibes, and history.

desde 57 €

Goriška Brda called even Slovenian Tuscany is known of its cultivated landscapes, typical architectures of villages and castles to numerous ethnological attractions, customs, habits and a distinctive dialect. Its villages are mostly surrounded by the greenery of vineyards and orchards with roads, track and paths winding among them. Here on this green piece of the earth, the best world famous wines are produced.

The excursion starts from hotel in Ljubljana. The road to Brda takes about 90 min of ride. First we will stop in medieval village Šmartno. After the visit of it and short free time we will precede the ride to two most known local wineries. We will stop in each of it tasting the best and high quality local wines. We will return with a good taste in our mouths to the hotel in Ljubljana. End of excursion.

Visit home of the most pristine wines in Slovenia. Endless vineyards and small village on the top of hills are the most distinctive views. Walk through Šmartno village and taste the best world famous wines of the region known for their high quality.

desde 98 €

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