Hiking trips – Bled

Land of churches, castles and a magnetic lake

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Best time to visit

The presence of the Julian Alps enables a milder climate, since they protect the area from the cold north winds. Due to its nice weather conditions, Bled is a perfect location to visit both in summer and winter.

Country Code

+386

Currency

Euro

How to get there

The most practical way to get to Bled is by bus from Slovenia's capital Ljubljana. It takes about 75 minutes and costs between 6 and 8 euros. If you are looking for flights, the closest airports are in Ljubljana (47 km) and Trieste (83 km).

 

 

 

 

 

What People are Saying

  • 11 reviews

 

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Wing Cheng
Dean is an excellent guide. He\'s friendly and conscientious and throughout or trip was focused on getting us to achieve our hiking goals while being aware of our abilities and experience. We chose a relatively tough hike (8hrs, 1,700m elevation gain) but Dean made sure we completed it safely and at a good pace. He also took photos throughout so we could concentrate on the hiking and shared them with us later. He was also good company on the hike. I would thoroughly recommend his services.
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Daniel Capurro
Our guide was Mitja Drinavec (not Matevz Vukotic), he was very nice and responsible during the entire trip. Thank you for the great experience.
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Szilvia Baron
That was not the guide, to begin with. It was a very very young woman. She was not very communicative, although she replied all the questions asked by the people seating in the front row. I, at the rear, have little opportunity to actually ear anything that it was said. Even less to ask myself The tour was not so bad but obviously some stops were far more interesting than others. What I found really annoying was the company of two people (clearly not customers) who shared the tour with us, speaking one another in their language as if they were alone in the van. Customers and friends (colleagues?) should be kept apart.
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Susana Zorrilla
 

 

 

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