What To Do in Slovenia
What To Do in Slovenia
Exploring the best of Slovenia's amazing ski resorts
Have you ever considered Slovenia as a ski destination in Europe? If not, you are SO wrong! In January 2019 I spent a week exploring the best of Slovenia's amazing ski resorts - from Maribor Pohorje and Krvavec to Kransjska Gora, Soriska Planina and Vogel Ski Resort.
You can also find a full guide on skiing in Slovenia on my blog under: - including ski maps, information about the ski slopes and the hotels I stayed in!
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Serbia is a beautiful country in South-Eastern Europe. From Subotica to the north to Nis in the south, this beautiful country will offer you an unforgettable experience.
We have prepared for you several places and events that you must visit or do if you find yourself in Serbia.
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Lake Bled Walking Tour ,Slovenia in Ultra 4K
Lake Bled, Slovenia
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The lake of Bled (in Slovene: Blejsko jezero, in German: Veldeser See) is a glacial lake of Slovenia. Located on the eastern edge of the Julian Alps, 55 kilometers from the center of the capital Ljubljana, it is one of the main tourist destinations of the country.
The banks of the lake are largely landscaped. It is bordered on the east by the town of Bled, and its medieval castle (eleventh century) which dominates the lake atop a cliff of 130 meters. Nearby are many hotels, including the former holiday residence of Tito transformed into a luxury hotel.
The lake is small in size, 2,120 meters long by 1,380 meters wide at maximum, covering an area of 145 hectares. At a depth of up to 30 meters, it encircles the only island in the country, Blejski otok, known for its fifteenth-century neo-Gothic church built on a pagan place of worship of the early Slavs. Tombs from the ninth to the eleventh century are still to be found on the island.
Le lac de Bled (en Slovène: Blejsko jezero; en allemand: Veldeser See) est un lac glaciaire de Slovénie. Situé en bordure orientale des Alpes juliennes, à 55 kilomètres du centre de la capitale Ljubljana, c'est l'une des principales destinations touristiques du pays.
Les berges du lac sont largement aménagées. Il est bordé à l'est par la ville de Bled, et son château médiéval (xie siècle) qui domine le lac au sommet d'une falaise de 130 mètres. On trouve à proximité de nombreux hôtels, dont l'ancienne résidence de vacances de Tito transformée en hôtel de luxe.
Le lac est de dimension réduite, 2 120 mètres de long sur 1 380 mètres de large au maximum, pour une superficie de 145 hectares. D'une profondeur de 30 mètres maximum, il encercle la seule île du pays, Blejski otok, connue pour son église néogothique du xve siècle construite sur un lieu de culte païen des premiers Slaves. On trouve encore sur l'île des tombes allant du ixe au xie siècle.
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One Of The Most Beautiful Places In Slovenia - JAMNIK
Jamnik is a popular destination for photographers due to it's churches unique position on a hill overlooking northern Ljubljana basin. Ever wondered how it looks like from the sky? Take a look!
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Lake Bled Travel Guide | Day Trip from Ljubljana, Slovenia
Join us as we visit Lake Bled in this travel guide as a day trip from Ljubljana, Slovenia where we cover the top things to do in Lake Bled including visiting the castle by foot and island by boat trip. Just slightly over an hour by bus and roughly 45 minutes by car Lake Bled is easily accessible from Ljubljana.
With most attractions clustered around the lake a perfect way to spend a day visiting Lake Bled is to walk around the lake, visit Bled Castle, eat local cake and have a leisurely lunch along with taking a boat trip out to the island. All of this can be done in a day allowing you to return to Ljubljana in the early evening.
Let's find out what makes Lake Bled one of the most popular day trips for visitors traveling in Slovenia.
Lake Bled in other languages:
Slovenian: blejsko jezero - blejski grad - blejski otok
German: bleder see - veldeser see - burg veldes
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Lake Bled Travel Guide | Day Trip from Ljubljana, Slovenia Video Transcript:
Lake Bled is probably the most popular day trip you can take from Ljubljana. This is a lake that sits on the Julian Alps, and in the middle of the lake you have a small island with a church - it’s about as picturesque as it gets and it draws massive crowds, but first, the journey there.
Bled Castle is a medieval castle that was built on a cliff rising 130 meters over Lake Bled. According to written sources, this is the oldest castle in Slovenia, first being mentioned in a document from the year 1011. The castle is set up around two courtyards which are connected with a staircase. Once you’re there, you can visit the chapel, check out some of the exhibits, watch a demonstration at the castle forge, or eat at the castle coffee shop or restaurant.
After the castle visit, we hiked back down and started our walk along Lake Bled because we were still feeling pretty stuffed from lunch. Little did we know this would take us several hours to complete.
After eating our slice of Bled Cream Cake, or Kremsnita, it was finally time to arrange a boat ride to Bled Island. While you can rent your own row boat to take out on the island, we chose to pay the 14 Euros per person to have someone else do the hard work. However, if you’re with a group of friends or travelling with family, it’s definitely cheaper to just rent a boat and row it yourself.
Bled Island is very small and it got pretty crowded even though it was low season. Forty minutes turned out to be plenty of time to climb up, have a look around, and enjoy some ice cream.
Now one last piece of advice: we visited in the off-season and at the end of the day, we found out there were not enough buses to transport everyone from Lake Bled back to Ljubljana.
We weren’t able to get on one bus because it was full, so we waited an hour and a half for the next one. By then, more day-trippers like us had gathered, and once again, not everyone could get on the bus, leaving a lot of people stranded, having to find a taxi or other alternative.
There was a lot of pushing and shoving, and many visitors with prepaid tickets were visibly upset.
Because our bus was full, this also meant that even though there were several scheduled stops on the way back to Ljubljana, we couldn’t pick up any passengers along the way, many of them who had been waiting for hours.
Lake Bled has experienced a boom in tourism, but the infrastructure to transport people hasn’t quite caught up yet. After a nice day visiting Bled, getting out of there proved to be very chaotic and stressful. Hopefully things will change in the future, but until then, know that leaving at the end can be tricky.
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Piran, Slovenia - Europe's Greatest Hidden Gem Along The Adriatic Sea!
Piran is one of the greatest hidden gems along the Adriatic coast, often overlooked by Italy to the north and Croatia to the south. Fun fact: Piran was actually part of Italy until the end of WWII, and it remains bi-lingual today.
Piran (Pirano in Italian) lies at the tip of a narrow peninsula and features small windy alleyways, Venetian Gothic architecture, breathtaking sunsets/sunrises and an abundance of fresh seafood!
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