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Combine a visit of the alpine lake Bled and the beautiful coastal town of Piran in a one day trip from the Alps to the Adriatic Sea.
Visit two of the most beautiful alpine lakes and immerse yourself in the amazing mountain scenery of the Alps.
Take in the sights of lake Bled and experience an adrenaline adventure in the heart of the Alps.
Highlights of the Slovenian coast in 1 day. Visit Piran, the cutest town in Slovenia and tour historical Koper. Also Portorož resort, Socerb castle, and the Sečovlje salt fields.
The best tour of unknown Slovenia – a day trip to Goriška Brda region (Collio in Italian): small medieval villages, hilly vineyards, and world-class wine tasting.
Visit this UNESCO-listed town Idrija, the town of lace making and mercury mining traditions. Include this trip in every tour to Slovenia.
A day trip to Maribor and the Styria region, where you visit the second largest Slovenian city as well as get to know the history and the winemaking traditions of the area.
Visit the number one tourist attraction on the Slovenian coast, the picturesque town of Piran.
Visit Postojna cave, number 1 tourist attraction in Slovenia and probably the most beautiful cave in the world.
Visit Celje and Ptuj and explore their old towns teeming with rich cultural heritage stretching from the Roman era to the Medieval times.
The best of Slovenian Karst: visit the world famous UNESCO-listed Škocjan caves and renowned Lipizzaner horses of the Lipica Stud Farm, a perfect day trip or shore excursion.
All major tourist highlights in the best day trip in Slovenia!
Leave it up to the experts to show you hidden gems and take you off the beaten track and explore Slovenia the way locals would.
Discover the Soča river, enjoy the stunning landscape and visit Kobarid of Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms. Adrenaline options of cycling, rafting, canyoning or kayaking.
Discover one of the less famous Slovenian wine region with its abundance of castles and green hills.
A day trip to eastern Slovenia takes you down the same path the Romans took some 2000 years ago.