Can you recomend me some event ? and good cheap restorants?
I was in Bled at the end of May and stayed at house klasika. I purchased a really amazing childrens backpack on my way from the tourist center to house klasika. The store was on ground level, on the right side of the street before I got to the post office. It was stolen on the train home and I would really like to purchase another from the same store. Do you Know the store? Can you send me their information? It was a childrens backpack, pink, whimsical with a Victorian style cartoon on the front and amazing. Thank you for your help. I know this is a strange request, but it's the only thing i purchased for myself the whole vacation and Bled was my most favorite place we visited. I would love a reminder of it.
I'm interested in a recommendation for a lakeview apartment not a hotel, for 2 seniors,
near a walkway around the lake where we don't have to climb down a hill to
get to the lake.
Coming to Lake Bled in June.
We will be traveling from Salzburg and will stay in Lake Bled area for 2 days.
I am having difficulty deciphering best way to get there. We will be continuing on to Plitvice Lakes region after Bled and will rent a car.
Reason we are not renting a car in Salzburg is that we hear that many major car companies have bans or restrictions when driving into former Eastern block countries.
We will be traveling throughout Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro and Bosnia for a month.
Homer (and Ed)
Coming by train to Jezero, is there a bus or does the tourist train run after five in the evening?
What is the best way to travel from Ljubljana to Lake Bled, bus or train?
I am planning a trip to Slovenia in September and wanted some info on white water rafting at soca river.
1. Does one compulsorily need to know swimming? I know that it is not insisted upon in India and New Zealand but I mixed getting to read mixed stuff for soca river rafting. On some websites it says compulsory on some other not so.
2. Also, there is some mention of family rafting trip and full rafting trip. Are they different? If so, what’s the distinction?
3. Am I right in assuming that if I am going from Bled, there would be additional transport cost of 15 euros in addition to 35 euros for rafting?
Any other information in this regard would be highly appreciated.
Thanks in advance for all the help.
Hi, We need the following information please : (For Travel on the 14/05/2014)
Journey 1) :To Depart from LJUBLJANA (Bus /or Train) - To UMAG (Croatia )
Departure Time : Anytime Between 08:00 - 11:00 A.M
Journey 2) : To Depart from UMAG (Bus /or Train )-To VENICE (Italy )or Marco Polo A/P
Departure Time : Anytime Between 17:00 - To 19:00 PM
Journey 3) To Depart from UMAG (Croatia) By Bus /or Train - To LIDO de JESOLO(Italy)
Departure Time : Anytime Between 17:00 To 19:00 PM
Thank you & Kind regards,
Andy Tan - Aberdeen (Scotland) - eMail : [email]
Is it difficult getting in and out of the pletna boats? It looks like a pretty high step.
is there any train from lake bled to garmisch -partenkirchen ? how to buy the train ticket and the timetable for departure? we need the cheapest train ticket.
what is good transportaion to use transfer from park hotel ljubijana airport
Hi -- I am traveling from rovinj to bled. Any suggestions ??? Thanks.
We'll be staying in the Lake Bled area around the end of September, then wondering if it's worth a day, scenery wise, to take the round trip train back through Nova Gorica to Ljublijana or should we continue back up through Austria on our way to the Czech Republic?
kranska gora to lake bled
How far is Bled jezero station from the main tourist center of Bled? Are there any means to reach there or does one need to necessarily walk it up? I am intending to take an early morning train of 6.27 am to Nova gorica. Would it be possible with luggage?
Can you rent a paddle boat for two people on Bled lake please?
I am planning a trip to Bled in September and was interested in visiting Vintgar Gorge, lake Bohinj and do white water rafting at Soca river. Can someone please suggest the best itinerary for the same? Please note that I am not willing to drive in the country and would prefer public transport over taxis.
1. Are there any buses running from Bled to Vintgar gorge and back? If yes, how is the frequency and what are the timings?
2. Should I make a day trip to Bohinj or should I make a stay? Again, are there buses or di I need a private vehicle to reach?
3. For white water rafting should I book from Bled or go to Bovec? I have heard of 3glav adventures at Bled. But are there any other (better and cheaper) alternatives?
Also, any other suggestions are welcome.
Thanks so much for all the help.
What is the weather like in mid-April? We are seniors that will visit for three days. What can we do?
Looking for a B&B type place in Bled for 1 night next weekend. Something clean, quiet & comfortable.
I'm not being lazy - I have looked at the VT tips, and I'm sure I'd get something there. Just widening the net a wee bit.
We are coming to Bled from Ljubljana only for a few hours.Is there any place at bus or train stations where we could leave our luggages???
Thanks in advance!
We need to travel by public transport from Lake Bled to Italy on 27 December and have to arrive in Lucca on 28 December. We were hoping to overnight in Trieste on 27 December but finding direct route from Lake Bled is problematic. Can anybody help with any suggestions? Would it possible to catch overnight train and go to Lucca, rather than stopover in Trieste?
Any help would be appreciated thanks
I shall be arriving at Lesce-Bled station from Klagenfurt by train.
Can anyone help me to get to Pr' Matjon, where I will be staying for the next 4 night by bus from Lesce-Bled station? This pension is in the village of Selo.
Also I am wondering if i should spend all 4 days exploring region near Bled or should i take a train/bus to Ljubjana or to Maribor. which one is prettier?
Any idea what buses? or trains and how much?
It will have to be day trips. is it worth seeing these 2 cities or shall i visit them on another trip to europe and spend all my time in bled?
was just wondering because if the weather is rainy, it would be pointless to be in Bled and so i might as well go visit the other 2 cities should it rain.Please help
Has anyone ever heard of Penzion Pazler in Bled, Slovenia? We were booked in Penzion Mlino but unfortunately the owner contacted us saying that she had double booked us and that she had booked us into Penzion Pazler instead. Since I have not been able to find it on the net, I was wondering whether anyone knew anything about it before we actually go there next month.
Hey, can any one tell me what the prices are like if i was to camp with my own tent? Also where is the best camp site with swimming?
Can someone tell me some cheap possibilities for staying 5 days in Bled, for example some tourist farm in the neighbourhood of Bled area. I am looking for suggestions because in some days I want to go there. Thank you!
my uncle was telling me about this festival that he attended when he was in bled awhile back, where they cut eggs in half, cleanded out the shells, put oil and a whick in them, lit them and put thousands of them in a lake or something. can some tell me a bit more about it and when this is.
Does anyone knows if there's a Bus from Bled to Vintgar Gorge. Or any other way to get there :)
Can you recommend a good camping site in or near Bled?
Thank you in advance.
Does anyone know the name of a hire car company which will permit me to hire a car either in Bled or in Zagreb, drive it to Vilnach in Austria and drop it off there? I understand Europcar will, but I need to drop the car on a weekend and apparently they will not have anyone in Vilnach able to take it on the weekend, so I am hoping for someone else.
Hi! I'll be traveling to Bled and was wondering how long does the trip Bled to the airport takes? Also, any reccomendation for restaurants and must-see places would be gretly appreciated. Thank you in advance!
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