After reading our article about 5 Top places to visit in Slovenia, it is still not easy to organise a tour around Slovenia? If you travel on your own, with a group or you are about to organise a group tour, here are a few examples how to plan your trip to see the best of Slovenia:
Tours of Slovenia
2 days or City Break
Day 1: Ljubljana
Day 2: Lake Bled, Bohinj Valley, Škofja Loka
Add day 3: Adriatic Coast – Piran, Salt Pans of Sečovlje, Postojna cave or Škocjan Caves
Add day 4: Soča Valley – Tolmin Gorges, Kobarid Museum, rafting, kayaking or canyoning in Bovec
Add day 5: East of Slovenia – Maribor, Ptuj, Jeruzalem village
If you want to explore one of these regions, you can stay there for several days. If you like mountains, you will love the Triglav National Parc, Bled and Bohinj Lake. Soča Valley will seduce you with the emerald colour of Soča river, with endless possibilities for flyfishing or rafting. Would you like to meet the locals? Tourist farms often organise different local workshops and tastings. Your children might love the beach at the Adriatic Coast as well as swimming pools at the thermal spas in the East. Find more ideas in our article about hidden gems in Slovenia.
Tours for groups
Group Tours are organised by the local tour operators or tourist guides and can always be adapted to the needs of the clubs, associations and tourist agencies. Most often these kind of tours are organised for 8 or 9 days, with sightseeing as well as guided hiking or cycling tours.
Most of the tours will take you to explore the Western part of Slovenia as well as its capital city, Ljubljana. But more and more people are eager to explore the East of Slovenia, the regions with fewer tourists, numerous thermal spas, wine roads, vineyards and Pannonian Plain. Not to forget the tasting of home made local products and excellent wines.