Croatia and Slovenia tours with Lake Bled

Croatia and Slovenia Tours

Our Croatia and Slovenia tours are an ideal way to discover these two captivating Balkan countries, by visiting their picturesque small and cultural capitals combined with exploring breathtaking lakes, soaring mountain ranges and wandering through magical and medieval villages in between.

Istria Croatia
Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb
Ljubljana Church in Slovenia
Lake Bled and the Alps

Unrivalled Balkan beauty

Croatia’s neighbour to the north, Slovenia offers pristine landscape with soaring mountain peaks, hills and dales straight out of a 19th century landscape painting with sparkling lakes and rivers that appear to be lit by emeralds.

Our Croatia and Slovenia tours take you through the beautiful, medieval and some what mysterious cobbled street towns and ports in Istria, into Slovenia known for its natural beauty with Lake Bled a prime example. Slovenians love the outdoors and if you enjoy mountain walks, horse riding or cycling or simply have a love for the outdoors, we highly recommend these Slovenia and Croatia tours.

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Lake Bled Slovania Aerial View

Lakes & Mediterranean Tour

7 Nights small group tour exploring gorgeous lakes and countryside in Italy, Austria, Slovenia and Croatia. Including flights & private transfers
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£ 1,695.00
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Lake Bled Slovenia

Northern Croatia & Slovenia Lakes to Landscapes Tour

7 Night small group tour exploring Lake Bled, the Istrian Peninsula, enchanting Croatian hinterland & Plitvice Lakes. Including flights & private transfers
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£ 1,495.00
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Slovenia Highlights

Ljubljana 

Ljubljana is one of Europe’s greenest capitals, the centre of which is restricted to traffic – making it an absolute pleasure for walkers and cyclists who are looking for an active city break in Slovenia. One of our favourite ways to explore is by walking the tree-lined banks of the emerald-green Ljubljanica River, which flows through the city’s heart (and is a car free zone) or exploring both sides of the city – the medieval city on one bank and the modern capital on the other – via one of Jože Plečnik’s beautiful bridges.

Ljubljana’s architecture is a mix of Renaissance, Baroque and Art Nouveau – all of which towers above rickety cobbled streets that are home to some wonderfully lively al fresco cafes, modern nightclubs, galleries and museums. The skyline’s main point of focus however is the Ljubljana Castle which sits regally atop Castle Hill and can be reached by a moderately alarming all-glass funicular.

Lake Bled

There is no lake on earth as stunning and as poetic as Lake Bled. The deep emerald waters cling to forested shorelines and a stark skyline of snow-capped mountains encircles the entire lake – and there in the middle of the water is a small islet with its very own fairytale church plucked straight from the imagination of The Brothers Grimm. Lake Bled is one of the most enchanting places on earth.

Of course the lake is gorgeous all year too whether you visit in the summer when the water has a warming emerald tone and the surrounding nature is lush, or in winter when the water takes on the appearance of ice and the church is covered in snow – it is always beautiful. Bled is as perfect for hikers as it is for honeymooners, and as good for bikers as it is for boaters – it enchants everybody