Slovenia Tours

A small country boasting big time scenery, Slovenia’s serene lakes and soaring mountains are sure to impress. A haven for lovers of the outdoors, you can hike, bike, and raft to your heart’s content or simply enjoy a leisurely journey against a backdrop of breathtaking landscapes. From placid Lake Bled to the peaks of the Julian Alps, you’ll be spoilt for choice with 40 tours through Slovenia to choose from.

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8 Days Ljubljana to Bohinj

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8 Days Ljubljana to Ljubljana

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8 Days Ljubljana to Ljubljana

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8 Days Radovljica to Radovljica

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Discover Must do experiences and highlights in Slovenia

Visit Ljubljana Castle

Visit Ljubljana Castle

Home to museum and art exhibitions, rich history, and beautiful views, Ljubljana’s medieval castle presides proudly over the pretty city below.

Discover Postojna Cave

Discover Postojna Cave

Explore this cave system stretching 24 kilometres and boasting underground passages, caverns and incredible stalagmite and stalactite formations.

Explore the Julian Alps

Explore the Julian Alps

Take in the mountainous scenery during a cable car ascent of Mt Vogel – a picture perfect gateway to the stunning hiking trails of the Julian Alps.

Get Active in Triglav National Park

Get Active in Triglav National Park

Stroll to Savica Waterfall where water cascades into a crystal clear pool, walk the boardwalk over the turquoise pools of Vintgar Gorge, bike beside Radovna River, or take a rafting trip on one of the picturesque waterways.

Take a Pletna Boat Ride to Bled Island

Take a Pletna Boat Ride to Bled Island

Board a traditional wooden boat (Pletna) rowed by a special oarsman across tranquil Lake Bled. On Bled Island, climb the 99 steps to the bell tower and ring the wishing bell – said to make your dreams come true.

Recent Reviews What our clients are saying about their journeys in and around Slovenia

Delights and discoveries of Croatia and Slovenia   , Australia, Sep 2019
From the very beginning to the end it was a dream come true. The azure blue of the seas to the lush green of the countrysides appealed to us. There was also history and culture among that! Can't expect more than that on a holiday. We were also lucky to have a very friendly and caring tour director - Tod Covich.
The Most Beautiful Scenery Imaginable     , QLD, Australia, Sep 2019
We have visited most European countries and although all of them are special in their own right, Slovenia and Croatia take first prize for the variety and incredible beauty they offer. This was our first tour with Collette and would use them again. Being met at the airport with a glass of wine was a new and welcome added extra. Kotor, Plitvice Lakes ...read more (featured in our photo) and Dubrovnik were the highlights. The tour was well organised, with a Croatian guide and excellent driver, who skilfully navigated the scenic, but high roads. This was a truly memorable trip. Thanks again to Georgie for arranging the trip.
Croatia and Slovenia with Trafalgar Tours     , Australia, Sep 2019
A very interesting and well-organised tour from Zagreb to Dubrovnik. Sasha, our tour director, was cheerful and knowledgeable, and the several local guides were all very good. Accommodation was very comfortable and clean, and food was of a good standard. Highlights for me were, in Slovenia, the beautiful Lake Bled and Lake Bohinj and the small but ...read more charming capital city of Ljubjana, and, in Croatia, the Venetian-influenced coastal town of Rovinj, the colourful and scenic Plitvice Lakes, and the many aspects of Dubrovnik's Old Town as seen from a sunset dinner cruise and evening stroll, and a morning guided walking tour. (Photo attached of Lake Bohinj, Slovenia.)
A tour with some challenges with the number of tourists in peak season   , NSW, Australia, Sep 2019
As the title suggests this tour takes in the more iconic attractions in Italy. Like several other European features, touring Rome in the summer season poses some difficulties because of the number of tourists also visiting at the same time. Consequently, you can have a variable experience. Rome had its challenges but Pompeii, Sorrento, Assisi, Perugia ...read more were very pleasant experiences. Rome, Florence and the Cinque Terre were not as satisfying. Venice was interesting - bustling with tourists but our tour operator accommodated the group in a beautiful hotel on a private island in the Venetian lagoon - a wonderful retreat. Generally, with the exception of Rome, the accommodation throughout the tour was of a high standard and excellent in Sorrento, Venice and Budapest. It is exceptionally difficult being a tour guide in Italy in this season but from our experience our guide was not the best we have enjoyed in previous tours. The trick - pick the time to travel in Italy. As usual, Global Journeys arrangements and bookings were impeccable . This is about the eighth booking for us - never a hitch.

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