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From Ljubljana pass Bled to the highest Slovenian mountain pass Vrsic, through Trenta valley to Bovec, a natural monument known by the emerald green Alpine Soca River and Slovenian extreme sport center. Here we can join one of the extreme water sports..After lunch we head on to Kobarid, visit the museum of the 1st World War or Kozjak waterfall in the middle of the cave. Return to Ljubljana around 19.00.

desde 70,52 €

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 €

Just 45 minutes from Ljubljana lies the magical lake Bled. There you can 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. After you can take a boat ride with “Pletna”, a 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.

From Bled you will head south to discover the mysteries of Slovenian karst in Postojna cave. Guided tour will consist of a ride by electrical train and followed by a walk through beautiful passages and chambers with spectacular drop stones, pillars, limestone curtains and other unforgettable forms.

Continue to idyllic village of Predjama where you will be amazed by our fairy tale medieval Predjama castle with dramatic setting in the gaping mouth of a cavern halfway up a hillside. Learn about the legend of Erasmus “Slovenian Robin Hood” and return back to Ljubljana.

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desde 124,36 €

Discover underground world of Postojna Cave, most popular karst cave in the world. Guided tour will consist of a ride by electrical train and followed by a walk through beautiful passages and chambers with spectacular drop stones, pillars, limestone curtains and other unforgettable forms.

Continue to idyllic village of Predjama where you will be amazed by our fairy tale medieval Predjama castle with dramatic setting in the gaping mouth of a cavern halfway up a hillside. Learn about the legend of Erasmus “Slovenian Robin Hood” and return back to Ljubljana.

desde 82,06 €

From Ljubljana to Maribor, the second biggest town in Slovenia proud to have the oldest wine in the world and with a character much different from the capital! After visiting the main square, castle and Lent, we will head on to Jeruzalem, picturesque village known for its scenery landscape and one of the most beautiful wine roads in Europe.

Jeruzalem Wine Road that is famous for numerous kinds of excellent wines will finally take us to Ptuj, one of the most beautiful towns in Slovenia. Ptuj is the oldest town in Slovenia with very rich history and many monuments to prove it. Arrive back to Ljubljana in evening times.

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desde 75,65 €

Venice tour Experience the beauty and glory of Venice for yourself on a day trip from Slovenia. As you stroll, your guide will point out the significant buildings and monuments. Admire singing gondoliers, exotic architecture and mysterious canals.
Discover the secrets on how a city built on swamps became one of the most enlightened cities of the western world.
See the famous landmarks of San Marco Square, learn the legends of Casanova and Marco Polo, the paintings by great Venetian masters, Sculptures, Marco Polo’s house and the Rialto Bridge. Take free time to set off on your own Venetian adventure, exploring tucked-away medieval streets before transferring back to Ljubljana.

desde 101,3 €

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 €

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 €

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 €

Visit 3 major tourist sites in one day. Explore the mysterious Predjama castle and learn about its legends, enter the magnificent Postojna cave, Slovenia's number 1 attraction, and visit enchanting Lake Bled; take a traditional boat to Bled island and admire the views from Bled Castle. Predjama Castle (Slovene: Predjamski grad or Grad Predjama, German: Höhlenburg Lueg, Italian: Castel Lueghi) is a Renaissance castle built within a cave mouth in south-central Slovenia, in the historical region of Inner Carniola. It is located in the village of Predjama, approximately 11 kilometres from the town of Postojna and 9 kilometres from Postojna Cave.

Postojna Cave (Slovene: Postojnska jama; German: Adelsberger Grotte; Italian: Grotte di Postumia) is a 24,120 m long karst cave system near Postojna, southwestern Slovenia. It is the second-longest cave system in the country (following the Migovec System) as well as one of its top tourism sites. The caves were created by the Pivka River. 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.

desde 314,11 €

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.

desde 314,11 €

Visit all the major tourist attractions of the Slovenian coast. Enjoy the views from Socerb castle and admire the medieval Dance of Death frescoes at Hrastovlje church. Learn about the traditional salt production and visit historical Koper, hip Portorož and charming Piran. Koper is a city in southwestern Slovenia, with the other Slovenian coastal towns Ankaran, Izola, Piran, and Portorož, situated along the country's 47-kilometre (29-mile) coastline, in the Istrian Region, approximately five kilometres (3.1 miles) from its border with Italy. Having a unique ecology and biodiversity, it is considered an important national natural resource.

With only one percent of Slovenia having a coastline, the influence that the city's Port of Koper, which is also the major contributor to the economy of the eponymous city municipality, has on tourism was a factor in deciding Ankaran to leave the municipality with a referendum in 2011. Koper is the main urban center of the Slovenian Istria with a population of about 25,000.

The city of Koper is officially bilingual, with both Slovene and Italian as official languages. Sights in Koper include the 15th-century Praetorian Palace and Loggia in Venetian Gothic style, the 12th-century Carmine Rotunda church, and the Cathedral of St Nazarius, with its 14th-century tower.

Koper is also one of the main road entry points into Slovenia from Italy, which lies to the north of the municipality. The main motorway crossing is at Spodnje Škofije to the north of the city of Koper. The motorway continues into Rabuiese and Trieste. Koper also has a rail connection with the capital city, Ljubljana. On the coast, there is a crossing at Lazaret into Lazaretto in Muggia municipality in Trieste province. The Italian border crossing is known as San Bartolomeo.Portorož (Italian: Portorose, literally "Port of Roses"), is an Adriatic-Mediterranean coastal settlement in the Municipality of Piran in southwestern Slovenia.

Its modern development began in the late 19th century with the vogue for the first health resorts. In the early 20th century Portorož became one of the grandest seaside resorts in Europe, along with Abbazia, Lido and Grado, then as part of the Austrian Littoral. It is now one of Slovenia's major tourist areas. Located in the centre is the Hotel Palace, once one of the most important resorts for the Austro-Hungarian monarchy, and currently one of the finest hotels between Venice and Dubrovnik.

The settlement and its surrounding areas are served by Portorož International Airport which is located in the nearby village of Secovlje. Iran (Italian: Pirano) is a town in the Municipality of Piran in southwestern Slovenia on the Gulf of Piran on the Adriatic Sea. It is one of the three major towns of Slovenian Istria. The town has much medieval architecture, with narrow streets and compact houses. Piran is the administrative centre of the local area and one of Slovenia's major tourist attractions. Until the mid-20th century, Italian was the dominant language, but was replaced by Slovene as populations moved.

desde 333,35 €

Visit Styria in north-east Slovenia, the land of wine and rich historical heritage. Visit Maribor, former European Capital of Culture, enjoy a stroll through historical town of Slovenske Konjice, discover Žice medieval monastery (once boasting a larger library than Vatican), admire the oldest grape vine in the world and enjoy some excellent organic wines.

Maribor German: Marburg an der Drau) is the second-largest city in Slovenia with about 114,487 inhabitants in 2013. Maribor is also the largest city of the traditional region of Lower Styria and the seat of the City Municipality of Maribor. In 2000, Maribor was given the Alpine Town of the Year award. Association football club NK Maribor is based in the city.

The city of Maribor has 11 districts (Slovene: mestne cetrti). The Municipality of Maribor also includes Kamnica, Pekre, Limbuš, Razvanje, Melje, Malecnik-Ruperce and Brestrenica-Gaj. The Drava River separates the districts Center, Koroška Vrata, Melje and Ivan Cankar from the other districts of the city. The various city districts are connected by four traffic bridges, a rail bridge and a pedestrian bridge.Slovenske Konjice is a town and a municipality in northeastern Slovenia. The area was part of the traditional region of Styria.

The municipality is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region It is the administrative and cultural centre of the Dravinja Valley. The municipality borders on the municipalities of Šmarje pri Jelšah and Šentjur to the south, Vojnik to the west, Zrece to the northwest, Oplotnica to the north, Slovenska Bistrica to the east, and Rogaška Slatina to the southeast.

It spreads over 97.8 square kilometres (37.8 sq mi) and has a population of 13,600. About 100 km (62 miles) from Ljubljana, Graz, or Zagreb, it is easily reachable by the A1 motorway (nicknamed Slovenika) and via the small airport near Loce.

desde 410,26 €

Visit Styria in north-east Slovenia, the land of wine and rich historical heritage. Visit Maribor, former European Capital of Culture, enjoy a stroll through historical town of Slovenske Konjice, discover Žice medieval monastery (once boasting a larger library than Vatican), admire the oldest grape vine in the world and enjoy some excellent organic wines.

Maribor (in German, "Marburg an der Drau") is the second-largest city in Slovenia with about 114,487 inhabitants in 2013. Maribor is also the largest city of the traditional region of Lower Styria and the seat of the City Municipality of Maribor. In 2000, Maribor was given the Alpine Town of the Year award. Association football club NK Maribor is based in the city. The city of Maribor has 11 districts (Slovene: mestne cetrti). The Municipality of Maribor also includes Kamnica, Pekre, Limbuš, Razvanje, Melje, Malecnik-Ruperce and Brestrenica-Gaj. The Drava River separates the districts Center, Koroška Vrata, Melje and Ivan Cankar from the other districts of the city. The various city districts are connected by four traffic bridges, a rail bridge and a pedestrian bridge.Slovenske Konjice is a town and a municipality in northeastern Slovenia. The area was part of the traditional region of Styria.

The municipality is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region It is the administrative and cultural centre of the Dravinja Valley. The municipality borders on the municipalities of Šmarje pri Jelšah and Šentjur to the south, Vojnik to the west, Zrece to the northwest, Oplotnica to the north, Slovenska Bistrica to the east, and Rogaška Slatina to the southeast.

It spreads over 97.8 square kilometres (37.8 sq mi) and has a population of 13,600. About 100 km (62 miles) from Ljubljana, Graz, or Zagreb, it is easily reachable by the A1 motorway (nicknamed Slovenika) and via the small airport near Loce.

desde 384,62 €

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 €

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