4-Day Lake Bled, Ljubljana and Slovenian Riviera

4-Day Lake Bled, Ljubljana and Slovenian Riviera

You are invited to enjoy the most naturally diverse and culturally rich country in Europe – Slovenia. Book this exclusive 3-nights/4-days tour with many experiences and enjoy an array of privileges. In association with SelectSlovenia partners the trip includes a diverse program of activities, to make your stay truly memorable. Prepare to discover Slovenia's stunning landscapes, taste gourmet delights and experience the country's top sights.

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Bled

About the city

The most recognizable symbol of the lake is the Church of the Assumption with its long and diverse history, however the lush greenery also hides other interesting island buildings, like the bell-tower, church, chaplain's house, provost's house, small hermitage and some mysterious legends. The most renowned symbol of the island is the Church of the Assumption which demands a climb up the 99 stone-step staircase. In case you visit the island in just the right time, make time to witness a wedding in the romantic environment. As far as the wishing bell is concerned. Don't just watch it. Ring it.

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Rikli Balance Hotel

Popularity:
  • 80% General
    487
  • Cankarjeva cesta 4, 4, Bled 4260
Services:
Rooms:
DOUBLE STANDARD (1) - BED AND BREAKFAST
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2-Hour Interactive Wine Tasting Experience in Bled

day 0 - 2-Hour Interactive Wine Tasting Experience in Bled

Meeting point at the counter of the restaurant or ask the waiters and then be ready to taste 7 Slovenian wines from different wine regions, that come with delicious appetizers. The whole tasting is conducted by a wine expert in a 100-year old cellar. It is a good way to learn a lot of interesting things about wine, how wine is made, about Slovenian wines and wine history. 

It is perfect for both novice and expert wine tasters. It is interactive because it includes games and challenges, which makes it much more fun than other tastings and has the advantage to look at wine in a different way.


Confirmation will be received at time of booking
A maximum of 40 people per booking
Adult pricing applies to all travelers
Minimum age is 18 years
Wheelchair accessible
You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
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Radovljica Half Day Trip from Bled

day 1 - Radovljica Half Day Trip from Bled
Above the confluence of the Sava Bohinjka and Sava Dolinka rivers stands the old town of Radovljica with numerous well-preserved architectural monuments, like the Sivec house from the 16th century. At booked time you will be picked up from a driver, who will take you to this wonderful old town. Visit the church of St. Peter, one of Radovljica's museums or galleries and walk along the well-preserved medieval town moat, reopened in 2004. Visit the Apicultural Museum and learn more about beekeeping tradition in Upper Carniola, which is an important part of the Slovene cultural heritage. You also have the opportunity to go to the famous Lectar inn, where you will get a traditional gingerbread and where you can taste the Slovenian cuisine. In addition, you can walk along a nearby hiking trail or you can just enjoy a coffee and the cosy atmosphere of a town cafe. At the end of this self-guided tour you will return to Bled full of wonderful memories.

Hotel pickups commence prior to this time

Confirmation will be received at time of booking
You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
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Bled

Ljubljana

Slovenia
Bled City Center / 11:00
VIP Transfers VIP Transfers VIP Transfers
0h 45m Nonstop
Slovenia
11:45 Ljubljana
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Ljubljana

About the city

At first glance, Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, seems almost too good to be true. Tucked up against the town’s e-topped hill, the baroque and folk-painted buildings of the old town are like something out of a fairytale. In fact, Ljubljana is very much a part of the real world; industry and the arts flourish here, and commerce is booming lively, lovely, and oh-so-easy for the foreign visitor, modern, sophisticated Ljubljana may well be one of the most pleasant city in Europe. Ljubljana has plenty of places to visit whether they be the city's castle which offers great views over the area from its hill top position, the fine museums and art galleries or taking in the local culture with good local food and drinks, especially beer. The hill with Ljubljana castle is situated in the city centre and narrow river Ljubljanica is slowly circulating around it. The old city centre is situated below this hill on the banks of Ljubljanica River. The focus of the city is Preseren square with its 3 bridges, Tromostovje. From there walk down Stritarjeva street to reach old Ljubljana and Ljubljana castle. Stroll down Copova street to reach Tivoli Park, a gorgeous park, famous for its boulevards, its flower garden and lake. Inside the park we have the International Centre of Graphic Arts. But to really enjoy Ljubljana walk along the Ljubljanica river banks in the evening, listen to the street music, sit in one of the numerous restaurants and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere.

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InterContinental Ljubljana

  • Slovenska cesta 59 : ljubljana, 1000, slovenia, Ljubljana, slovenia
Rooms:
SUPERIOR ROOM (NON-REFUNDABLE) (1) - BED AND BREAKFAST
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Bohemian Slovenia with Beer Tasting and Slovenian Tapas

day 1 - Bohemian Slovenia with Beer Tasting and Slovenian Tapas
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 Plečnik, 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.
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Dress standard: Casual clothing and comfortable walking shoes are recommended for this tour
Small group of a maximum of 12 people
You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
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Ljubljana

Portoroz

Slovenia
Ljubljana / 14:00
VIP Transfers VIP Transfers VIP Transfers
1h 30m Nonstop
Slovenia
15:30 Portoroz City Center
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Portoroz

About the city

Portorož/Portorose is an Adriatic coastal town in the Municipality of Piran/Pirano in south-western Slovenia. Its modern development began in the late 19th century with appearance of first health resorts. In the early 20th century it became one of the grandest seaside resorts in Central Europe, along with Opatija/Abbazia, Lido and Grado, then as part of the Austrian Littoral. Part of Italy from 1918 and 1947, it is now one of the country'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.

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Kempinski Palace Portoroz

  • Obala 45, 6320 portoroz, slovenia, Portoroz, slovenia
Rooms:
Park View Superior Double Room (1) - BED AND BREAKFAST

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4-Day Lake Bled, Ljubljana and Slovenian Riviera
4-Day Lake Bled, Ljubljana and Slovenian Riviera