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Slovenia Tours & Trips

Find the right tour for you through Slovenia, Europe. We’ve got 13 tours going to Slovenia, starting from just 3 days in length, and the longest tour is 8 days. The most popular month to go is October, which has the most number of tour departures.

13 trips through Slovenia with 65 reviews

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Highlights

  • Stroll through the Old Town of Ljubljana and enjoy the sights of wonderful architecture, a hilltop castle and the vibrant atmosphere in riverside bars.
  • Cycle to Bohinj Lake and walk on a gorge above a canyon in the Triglav National Park, taking in panoramic views of waterfalls, meadows and a gushing emerald river.
  • Explore rugged limestone peaks, peaceful alpine valleys and turquoise lakes as you ascend the majestic Julian Alps.
  • Get your fill of adventure by kayaking, zip-lining and river rafting on the foaming Soca River from Bovec in Soca Valley.
  • Have the unique experience of mountain biking from one valley to another through mysterious illuminated tunnels under Mount Peca.
  • Marvel at the amazing cave system and the world’s largest subterranean canyon at Skocjan Caves. Be mesmerized by the breathtaking beauty of kaarst formations at Postonja Caves.
  • Feel the romance and fairytale atmosphere of Lake Bled while making your way to the cliff top castle or serene island church.
  • Descend through gorges, swim in rocky pools, slide down blissful waterfalls as you go canyoning near Lake Bled.

Tips

  • The varied and dramatic landscape of Slovenia is perfect for those who enjoy outdoor sporting activities such as rafting, cycling and hiking.
  • It would take a week or more to experience a varied and diverse travel itinerary.
  • Guided tours offer an opportunity to experience the cultural and natural treasures of Slovenia in a relaxed and carefree manner.
  • The capital city of Ljubljana is best explored on foot. Walk past the famous Triple Bridge and end your day with a sunset dinner by the riverside.
  • A 10% tip on restaurant bills is considered customary. Exceptional service may be tipped at 15%.
  • Be careful not to refer to Slovenians as East Europeans.
  • Slovenian cuisine is heavily meat based and strict vegetarians may have a hard time finding pure vegetarian fare in remote areas.
  • Don’t touch the wire that surrounds a field as it may be an electric fence meant to keep the cows in.

Slovenia Tours & Trips Reviews