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private tour through magnificent Istrian landscape, visit Koper, fisherman's Izola and old Piran's peninsula. Going through old Sečoveljke Salinas,
and much more, visit Fonda seabass Farm, have a tasting of local Wine in special Wineries, Olive oil tasting in olive farm.
Make the most of your time in Koper by going on a comprehensive private tour. You won’t waste a moment going to attractions that don’t interest you, as this tour gives you the freedom to choose your own itinerary. Go beyond Koper and see multiple Slovenia highlights in a day. You won’t have to organize transport as you’ll travel between sites in a comfortable private vehicle.
Wander the charming streets of one of Slovenia’s most beautiful and oldest towns on a guided walking tour of Piran.You'll wander the narrow streets and enjoy the medieval architecture while learning about the region’s Venetian influence and local traditions from your guide. You'll also visit the lovely seaside villages of Portorož, Izola, and Koper on a scenic drive along the Slovenian coast.
Leave Koper or Trieste for a day at Lake Bled and Ljubljana on your own private tour. Making it easy to visit Slovenia’s beautiful capital and the glacial lake in just one day, the trip includes round-trip transport from your hotel or cruise port, a flexible itinerary, and of course, your own driver-guide. Ample free time at each site is included, giving you chance to take photos by the lake, visit a medieval castle, and stroll the streets of Ljubljana’s beguiling historical center.
With echoing chambers, galleries, and stalactite-lined halls, Postojna Cave is one of Slovenia’s most popular—and beautiful—attractions. Check it off in just half a day on this convenient shared tour with 2-way transfers from Koper cruise port, homes, and hotels. Ride a train through the cave, learn about the bizarre “human fish”, and grab a photo in front of Predjama Castle, built into a cavern mouth.
With winding streets and pedestrian walkways, Koper is ideal for exploring on foot, and this guided walking tour will take you places where tour vehicles can’t reach. Join a local guide for a private walking tour of Koper’s landmarks, including a historic gate to the old city, elegant squares, the cathedral, and the vibrant, seaside promenade, enjoying the flexibility to take in the beautiful town at your own pace.
Visit both the charming capital city of Ljubljana and the alpine resort town of Bled on a private day trip from Koper. Visiting both of these sights in one day can be difficult on your own, but with a private driver you can just sit back and enjoy the Slovenian countryside. You’ll enjoy a comprehensive tour of Ljubljana’s old town center and then enjoy a leisurely afternoon admiring the emerald-green Lake Bled before returning to your Koper hotel.
Combine a historic city with mountain scenery on a full-day shore excursion from Koper to Ljubljana and Lake Bled. Coordinating transport and tours can cut into limited travel days, but this trip is tailored to your cruise schedule; that means even more time to stroll cobblestone streets, check out a cliff-top castle, and sample the cream-filled cake that’s a Lake Bled specialty.
Combine two of Slovenia’s most enchanting destinations on a shore excursion from Koper to Ljubljana and Lake Bled; coordinating transport across different regions can eat into limited time in port, but this full-day excursion takes care of logistics with one booking. You’ll see key destinations in Ljubljana’s historic center—from the city dragons to a baroque cathedral—then wind into the Slovenian Alps for a walk by a mountain lake.
English speaking driver will take you with a luxury comfortable, air- conditioned passenger van MERCEDES for up to 8 persons or privat limousine Mercedes E class Elegance to one of the largest known underground canyon in the world .
Škocjan Caves is a spectacular cave system in Slovenia which together with the underground stream of the river Reka represents the most important natural phenomenon of the Karst region and one of the largest underground canyons in the world. Due to its exceptional significance, Škocjan Caves was entered on UNESCO’s list of natural and cultural world heritage sites.
The tour will take you over the underground bridge where you will cross the river flowing 40 m below.
Duration: Approx. 4 hours
The tour is accompanied by local english speaking tour guides.
The temperature in the cave is around 10°C/50ºF. Walking comfortable shoes and warm jackets are recommended,
After a few kilometres ride from Postojna Cave you will experience the fairytale world of knights in an medieval marvel, more than 800 years old, the largest cave castle in the world, listed as one of the Guinness World Records.
This is our usual proposal. If you want a signature tailor-made trip, we will prepare it just for you. Feel your unique travel experience designed by local pleasure experts. Please feel free to approach us with any special ideas and interests that you desire and we’re sure we can handle it to your satisfaction.
Duration: Approx. 5 hours
The tour is accompanied by local english speaking tour guides
A Central European city, where you will breathe a multicultural atmosphere, which will charm you with historic cafés, art, heterogeneous architecture and enchanting sea.
Trieste is a unique city for both its geographical location on the border between different nations in an enclosed area between the karstic plateau and the Adriatic Sea, and the historical events that interested and influenced it over the years from cultural and architectural point of view.
Miramare Castle, above the sea, is the first glance that you have coming in Trieste driving along the panoramic coastal road.
Castello di Miramare
This majestic white castle, the beloved home of Archduke Ferdinand Maximilian of Habsburg (brother of Emperor Franz Joseph), overlooks the sea and is surrounded by a huge park full of rare and exotic tree species collected by the Archduke himself in his scientific expeditions around the world aboard the frigate Novara.
Duration: Approx. 5 hours up to your wishes
One of the loveliest towns anywhere along the Adriatic coast, picturesque Piran (Pirano in Italian) sits prettily at the tip of a narrow peninsula. Its Old Town – one of the best-preserved historical towns anywhere in the Mediterranean – is a gem of Venetian Gothic architecture. In quieter times, it’s hard not to fall instantly in love with the atmospheric winding alleyways, the sunsets and the seafood restaurants.
On the way to this architectural and artistic mediteranian pearl the driver will stop you on Belveder view point from where you will join a unique view to Trieste bay and mountain of Julian alps and Dolomites behind. You will continue true picturese scene of olive tree plantation on one side and wineyards on the other side.
Depart the port in Koper and head north, to the Slovenian Alps, where you can find Lake Bled, the famous attraction in Slovenia. Nestled between mountains, this is a stunning sight, which you should not miss while stopping in Slovenia. With its charming island, it attracts visitors from all over the world and yes, it is as beautiful as in the photos. You can enjoy your guide’s information on the area, as well as local legends and stories and then choose to explore this alpine resort on your own. There are beautiful trails along with the Lake Shore, a stunning parish church and plenty of cafes and restaurants, as well as shops to keep you busy.
Piran attracts many visitors from all over the world with its medieval charm on the tiny streets full of Venetian influence. Our first stop will be at one of the best view points of Piran - the Walls of Piran that have been the town’s quiet guardians since the 15th century. You will be able to see as far as Croatia and Italy, and if you are lucky, all the way to the Alps.
Meet an incredible creature, the olm, which lives inside these caves and is called “the human fish” (človeška ribica) in Slovenian due to its skin-like color. It has been nicknamed “the baby dragon” due to its visual similarities to the mythological beasts. This spectacular place below the surface has been visited for the last 200 years by over 38 million people from around the world.
Located in the very heart of Slovenia, Ljubljana is a must-see for any visitor. It will charm you with its laid-back vibes, the buzz on the river banks of Ljubljanica and its stunningly pretty architecture that spans through centuries. Let your guide take you on a journey through history and learn all about the famous dragon and other local legends. Stop at iconic landmarks, such as Prešeren Square, Three Bridges, the Dragon Bridge, Central Market and Congress Square and enjoy the small streets of the charming old town.
Karst region, well known for its vast underground cave world, is among the Slovenian regions, that kept their traditional spirit very much alive and you can see it in the pristine landscape as well as the traditional old villages with stone architecture.
In the heart of Karst, lies a special European heritage gem, the original Lipica stud farm, where horses have been bred since 1580 for the Hapsburgs royals. The Lipizzaner horses are best known for their incredible performances in Vienna and their grace is admired around the world.
After we leave the port in Koper, we will head up into the hills above, towards a village, called Marezige. It is just a short 10 km (6 mi) drive away and your guide will keep you entertained introducing you to Slovenia, while you will be able to take in the Mediterranean views of vineyards and olive groves on the way.
One of the best views of the Slovenian Istria and Koper is located right next to the popular “wine fountain”, where you can opt to try local wines from the largest wine cellar in Slovenia - Vinakoper and other renowned local wineries. Marezige is the cradle of “refošk”, the most typical wine from this region which has been around since the Roman times.