Slovenia’s capital Ljubljana inspires every visitor with its rich heritage and setting. Its quaint old town fascinates with lush renaissance and baroque architecture, and its grandeur is noticed by extravagant Art Nouveau from Vienna. Of course, works of the most famous Slovenian architect Jože Plečnik cannot be overseen. The best view over the city is from the lookout tower of Ljubljana castle, gazing over the small squares, numerous bell towers and green parks. Admiring this lovely city is best from its river banks with numerous bridges (Plečnik’s Triple bridge being most famous one), or feeling the vibe of Ljubljana when passing through the open market and local cafés.
Enter the mysterious Karst region – an underground world with 20 km long system of caves and halls, the greatest show-cave of Europe and worldwide known natural wonder! A train ride through the underworld will impress you beyond imaginable. Masterpieces of nature will leave you breathless: stalagmites and stalactites in all possible forms, lime veils in different colours, stone spaghettis hanging off the ceiling, the magnificent Concert Hall… And more!
Do not forget to take warm clothing and comfortable shoes!
Transportation with AC vehicle
Entrance fee to Postojna cave
Passenger terminal Koper
Passenger terminal Trieste
Main pier in Piran