Hi, I am planning a week in Slovenia later this month. I am planning to visit Ljubljana, Postojna Caves and Predjama Castle, Lake Bled, Vintgar Gorge, Bohinj and Mt Vogel. We re ending our holiday in Venice, since we're using Treviso Airport.
Fitting all these places in one week I still ended up with a free day. Could anyone kindly suggest a day trip from Lake Bled please? Note that we will be using public transport. I dont mind booking a day excursion with an agent as well. Any suggestions are welcome.
my son and partner are travelling in Kranjska Gora and are not use to the rich food is there anywhere that sells fresh fruit and vegetables, like markets or organic green grocer or awesome restaurant (supermarket can be a little hit and miss)
Hello I'll be in Solvenia for 2 days. I will visit Ljubljana the first day. I've made a lot of research and I think it is possible, on the second day: to visit Bled Lake, Castle and Skocjan and back to Ljubljana in the evening.
I dont want to rent a car, so this is not an option and I will not change my mind about that. I have not found any tour company offering such a journey. Either they offer Lipica + Skockjan OR Bled + Postjana.
I think it is feasible on one day, but not using public transportation. Any ideas? Can you recommend me private transportation at a reasonnable cost? Thanks !!!
Anybody help me?
After receiving great reviews about Slovenia I have decided to travel there. A lot of people recommended Bled and Ljubljana, but no one mentioned Maribor. As Maribor is the second largest city in Slovenia and is on the train line from Graz to Ljubljana I was thinking of stopping over there and spending a few days. I would like some honest opinions from anyone who has been there whether it is worth a visit.
As I have had issues with my previous question on Slovenia I would appreciate only informative and constructive answers please. Cheers.
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