Friday, July 5, 15:00 - 18:00

Sightseeing tour of Ljubljana with included Ljubljanica boat ride from

Ljubljana has it all - big European capital city vibe yet intimate and genuine touch. You will get to know why Triple Bridge is actually triple, where locals buy their food, how Napoleon was one of the most popular politicians, why Slovenia really lives with LOVE in our name also in Ljubljana. 

To round up sightseeing of Ljubljana, you will have Ljubljanica river private wooden boat ride to see Ljubljana from another perspective. It lasts for 45 minutes. 

On the way, you can enjoy the view of Ljubljana Castle, some of the embassies, and newly renewed riverbanks. 

Saturday, July 6, 9:00 - 18:00

Škofja Loka, Bohinj, Savica waterfall and Bled castle (minimum of 5 pax - up to 8)

Škofja Loka is one of the oldest Slovenian towns. This medieval and charming town reach in history and culture, and is situated under the castle and the monastery. Then we will continue to Bohinj, our largest glacial lake located in the Triglav National Park.

There you can take a swim or canoe or just walk by the lake and admire its stunning landscape and surrounding mountain peaks. Lake’s natural environment will impress you while it shows a different face each season. The Savica waterfall is unique among waterfalls in the world, as the water flow splits into two streams in the hidden underground. The famous A-shaped waterfall is 78m high at an altitude of 836m at normal water level. It is hidden amidst the steep walls of the Komarča. The beginning of Slovenia’s longest and second shortest river.

After, we will proceed to Bled and visit the castle perched on the top of the cliff and the famous 17th-century church built on the small iconic island in the middle of the lake. 


Bled castle entrance fee, “Pletna” boat ride, Savica waterfall entrance fee, transfer, professional English-speaking guide, lunch.


Monday, July 8, 9:00 - 18:00

Piran and St. George Church sightseeing (Štanjel village visit, Photo stop at Lipica stud farm, Piran) - minimum of 5 pax -up to 8

First, we will take a nice walk around Štanjel village’s narrow stone streets and alleys and enjoy panoramic views of the nearby villages and the landscape from the hilltop, lookout tower or, the beautiful garden – the magical Ferarri Garden. This masterpiece on terraces following the structure of the old village with stone steps, romantic bridge, fountains, and much more was created by the genius architect Maks Fabiani born in Kobdilj near Štanjel in the 19th century and is today an attractive place for different events and of course for some walks around. 

Then, we will make a (photo) stop at Lipica, the homeland of the white Lipizzaner – famous horse of the Spanish riding school in Vienna and pass the coastal towns of Koper, Izola, and Portoroz and reach everyone’s favorite spot on the Slovenian coast – Piran.

There you can easily get lost in its medieval narrow streets, galleries, and hidden corners. The city of Piran is known as one of the oldest towns in Slovenia, mentioned for the first time in the 8th century already. Through centuries many different cultures have passed the dominion over this part of Slovenia and left their footprints visible in the architecture and way of life. Piran is known for its unmistakable appearance of a peninsula-situated and fortified town with a charismatic St. George cathedral sitting above it. 


Piran city tour, lunch, bus transfer, professional English-speaking guide.