Sightseeing Tours in Ljubljana, Slovenia
Slovenia is fast becoming a fabulous holiday destination, with its famous attractions such as beautiful medieval castles, the crystal-clear waters of Lake Bled, stunning caves and the famous Julian Alps. So if Slovenia is your chosen destination this year – then take a look at these sightseeing tours in Ljubljana:
On this fantastic full day tour – you will set sail on a traditional ‘pletna’ boat to the island, ring the fortune bell and then visit two historical Slovenian attractions! Postojna has to be one of the world’s most popular caves which boast secret hidden passages leading to other caves within the magic of the Karst landscapes and is also apparently home to the human fish! You will take a ride on an electric train through part of Postojna Cave and discover all about the vast chambers. You will also visit the nearby Predjama Castle and learn about their very own ‘Robin Hood’. Then it is off to the crystal-clear waters of warm Lake Bled, where you can relax and soak up the atmosphere of this idyllic place.
Here you will take a trip on a special traditional ‘pletna’ boat ride to the Alpine region of Bled and learn about Slovenia’s gorgeous natural sites and the beautiful surrounding of Bled. Once you reach the island – discover all about the local crafts & traditions of one of Europe’s most striking Alpine regions. You will visit the 12th century Bled castle and just be in awe of the amazing breath-taking views! If you have the energy, do take time to climb up the 99 stone steps (rest along the way) to the Assumption of Mary Church – it will be worth the trudge once you arrive there!
Travelling from Ljubljana to the Alpine region at the foot of the Julian Alps, you will reach Bled, the amazing Alpine resort. You will enjoy all the wonderful things Bled has to offer in one well-packed afternoon. This fabulous Alpine resort features an idyllic small lake with the majestic castle boasting amazing scenery of high mountains, lakes and nearby quaint villages. Once again, you will sail on a traditional ‘pletna’ boat to the island and ring that famous fortune bell. Walk the medieval streets and moats of Radovljica, referred to as the honey capital of Carniola with its charming structures dating from the 15th/ 16th century.
It also has beautifully preserved architecture, as well as museums, galleries and other historical attractions. A ‘must-see’ is the Radovljica Mansion, the queen of Radovljica’s architecture with a Baroque hall, where concerts and other famous events are held. Also on this street is a Gingerbread Workshop and museum where you will see the production of the red traditional gingerbread hearts. There is also the Gothic church of St Peter to explore and other church monuments. Surrounding the old town is the remains of the medieval defence system with various viewing points – so you can marvel at the beautiful surrounding area.
Sightseeing Tours in Ljubljana
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