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About this trip

 Recommended date range: 1st July - 30th September 

Slovenia Holiday Ljubljana
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What you'll do
  • Day 1- Old Town of Ljubljana & Lake Jasna

    Ljubljana is the capital of Slovenia, and the Old Town is one of the best travel destinations in the country. The Old Town is situated on the right shore of the Ljubljanica River. If you visit this gem, you can walk the streets of Mestni Trg, and Gornji Trg, or Ljubljana Castle. It is a wonderful and peaceful walk tour. Lake Jasna is an alpine lake located close to the Austrian border, and it’s 2 km away from Kranjska Gora. A statue of Kozorog – a golden-horned ibex, is guarding the white-sand shores. You can take a 2-hour bus ride from Tivoli bus station in Ljubljana to get to Kranjska Gora. The tickets cost around £18. You need to take a 2-km long scenic hike from Kranjska Gora around Pisnica lake to reach the lake.... Show more

  • Day 2- Slap Pericnik falls, Mojstrana

    Slap Pericnik is one of the most picturesque waterfalls in Slovenia. The beautiful waterfall is 52 m high, and it’s formed in the riverbed of Pericnik river. It’s located near Mojstrana village, and it’s a part of the Triglav National Park. Or you can get to the waterfalls through Mojstrana. Take a 2-hour bus ride from Ljubljana to Mojstrana Podkepa. Once you arrive in the village, you can park there and hike another 5 km to the waterfall. Pokljuka Plateau is another gem situated in Triglav National Park, between Bohinj and Bled. The picture-perfect scenery is unique, with the wide valleys, beautiful mountains, and farming villages. ... Show more

  • Day 3- Day Trip to Lake Bled

    Lake Bled is the most iconic and picture-perfect lake in the country. It’s located in Upper Carniola, in the Julian Alps, close to Ljubljana. There is a small island in the middle of the lake, which is the home of the Bled Castle. Aside from hiking around the lake, you can canoe, make a boat trip, take a castle tour, and visit the small pilgrimage church on the island. Near Lake Bled and in the heart of the Triglav National Park, there is a 1.6-km-long canyon called the Vintgar. Carved by the Radovna River and its waterfalls, the gorge gives breathtaking views to hikers who decide to take the wooden walkway and explore the canyon. The hike is approximately 1 hour long. ... Show more

  • Day 4- Idrija & Skofja Loka

    Idrija is a mountain town located in the western part of Slovenia. The city is scattered on several hills, and it has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city is home to the second-largest mercury mine in the world. Skofja Loka is a small mountain town lying on the banks of the Poljane Sora and the Selca Sora rivers. The city has historical value and is located in the Julian Alps.... Show more

  • Day 5- Bovec & Tolmin Gorge

    Bovec is a small mountain town located in the northwestern part of the country. It is surrounded by beautiful Alpine peaks and breathtaking views. The town is 90 km from Lake Bled and is at the other end of Triglav National Park. You can rent sleeping places or sleep in tents during the hike. Tolmin Gorges is a deep canyon formed by the rivers Tolminka and Zadlascica. The natural attraction is filled with breathtaking views and Instagram-able places. The canyon is about 1 km long, and the hike is relatively easy to make and suitable for any age. The canyon is located near Tolmin, about 2 hours from Ljubljana and about 1 hour 40 minutes from the town of Bled. The price for a visit varies between 6£-9£.... Show more

  • Day 6- Piran

    The city is known for its Venetian architecture and Gothic style. The city is narrow and long, located on a small peninsula. You can visit the Church of St. George, the Port Piran, and the Sergej Masera Maritime Museum. To get to Piran, you can take a direct bus from Ljubljana. The trip lasts about 2.5 hours, with several stops along the way. The route is picturesque, going up and down the mountains. There are also regular ferries running from Venice, Italy, to Piran and Piran to Rovinj, Croatia.... Show more

Where you’ll stay
Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4, Day 5, Day 6
InterContinental Ljubljana

Enjoy contemporary elegance at InterContinental Ljubljana. If your aim is to explore authentic Slovenian Capital, this luxury hotel is perfect choise for you, situated just a short walk from the River Ljubljanica and Park Tivoli. It is ideally located in

Facilities of InterContinental Ljubljana

Sightseeing & Activities
Day 1
The Soca Valley

5210 Soca, Slovenia

The Soca Valley is a scenic hike in the Triglav National Park, near the city of Bovec. The trail follows the beautiful turquoise waters of the Soca river. You can walk around and take outstanding photos, raft in the waterfalls, ride a boat, and more!

Day 2

2000 Maribor, Slovenia

Maribor is a beautiful city located 20 km away from the Austrian border in the wine hills of the Drava river. It is located next to ski resorts and a bunch of beautiful places to explore.

Day 3
The breathtaking lake of Bohinj

4265 Bohinjsko jezero, Slovenia

The breathtaking lake of Bohinj competes for the hearts of nature lovers. The largest natural lake with turquoise water is just 26 km southwest of lake Bled. The location is less crowded, and it’s the perfect summer/spring destination.

Day 4
Logar Valley

Logarska Dolina 9, 3335 Solčava, Slovenia

The Logar Valley is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful valleys in all of Europe. This breathtaking park is located in the Kamnik Alps and has wonderful locations for taking pictures and staying.

Day 5
Kranjska Gora

Borovška cesta 103A, 4280 Kranjska Gora, Slovenia

Kranjska Gora is an alpine resort located in the northern part of Slovenia near Triglav National Park. Many people prefer to visit it during the warmer months to inherit the beautiful views and amazing hiking trails.

Day 6
Predjama castle and Postojna caves

Predjama 1, 6230 Predjama, Slovenia

Predjama Castle is a Renaissance castle built in a cave. The castle is located in southern Slovenia. Scientists claim that there are signs that people lived in the cave during the Stone Age.


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