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Wine Shuttle Tour from Koper and Portoroz

Wine Shuttle Tour from Koper and Portoroz - Piran, Slovenia

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Piran, Slovenia

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$47.34

Spend a day visiting two wineries on Slovenian coast, that will offer you the unique oportunity to taste their produce. The bus will pick you up at teh determinated pickup locations and continiue your 4:00h tour.

During the Wine shuttle tour, you will be able to visit and meet the local hosts at the two local wineries ... More info ›

Spend a day visiting two wineries on Slovenian coast, that will offer you the unique oportunity to taste their produce. The bus will pick you up at teh determinated pickup locations and continiue your 4:00h tour.

During the Wine shuttle tour, you will be able to visit and meet the local hosts at the two local wineries. Slovenia has 3 major wine regions, one of which is also located on the Slovenian Coast. At each of the winieries after the visit you will have free time to sample some of the delicouse wine produced at the estates, before returning back to the starting point. The tour is escorted by a local guide, who will introduce you to the region. You will recieve 5 coupons which you can use randomly in exchange for the 1dcl of different sorts of wines at the wineries.

Tour will operate on the following dates in year 2018:
Sunday, 13 May 2018
Saturday, 19 May 2018
Sunday, 27 May 2018
Sunday, 10 June 2018
Saturday, 16 June 2018
Sunday, 24 June 2018
Sunday, 08 July 2018
Saturday, 14 July 2018
Sunday, 22 July 2018
Sunday, 05 August 2018
Saturday, 11 August 2018
Sunday, 19 August 2018
Sunday, 02 September 2018
Saturday, 08 September 2018
Sunday, 16 September 2018
Sunday, 30 September 2018
Saturday, 06 October 2018
Sunday, 14 October 2018
Saturday, 20 October 2018
Sunday, 21 October 2018

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Istria Cooking Class from Portoroz or Piran

Istria Cooking Class from Portoroz or Piran - Portorož, Slovenia

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Portorož, Slovenia

From USD
$116.27

Discover the art of Istrian recipes. Enjoy meeting the local people and spend a day with them while cooking and tasting the wine they produce.

Other than beautiful nature, rich history and cultural heritage, one of the hidden treasures of Istria is in its cuisine ... More info ›

Discover the art of Istrian recipes. Enjoy meeting the local people and spend a day with them while cooking and tasting the wine they produce.

Other than beautiful nature, rich history and cultural heritage, one of the hidden treasures of Istria is in its cuisine. The traditional Istrian meals are filled with original taste and aromas that area created as a result of combining specific climates, countries and old recipes.

Istrian prosciutto, goat cheese, white truffles, wild asparagus, Boškarin beef, brandies and the famous Istrian wine and olive oil are only a part of the ingredients that the experienced cooks use while preparing meals in characteristic wine cellars and agro-tourism all across Istria. Of course, the tradition of cooking is transferred from generation to generation, and now, all those that spend their vacation in Istria can become a part of this interesting culinary story. Within this interesting cooking course, guests have the opportunity to prepare various traditional Istrian meals, from simple to true gourmand delicacies. We should single out the homemade bread and pasta, polenta with cod fish, risotto with nettle, sardines under salt, the famous Istrian vegetable stew, fried dough and other specialties. Of course, the participants of the course can take their prepared food with them.

Discover all of the magic of Istrian cuisine and learn to prepare traditional Istrian meals.

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Piran Walking Tour

Piran Walking Tour - Portorož, Slovenia

Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Portorož, Slovenia

From USD
$11.86

Piran, situated on a peninsula jutting out into the open sea. Entering Piran, you will feel the bustling atmosphere of a lively medieval town ... More info ›

Piran, situated on a peninsula jutting out into the open sea. Entering Piran, you will feel the bustling atmosphere of a lively medieval town. Mind you, there is no traffic in Piran, you can freely walk around on your own, or if you like to be completely relaxed, take this guided tour.

Enjoy a guided walking tour through the narrow streets of Piran, while hearing all the legends and stories that made this town important in the past. From love stories to rich entrepreneurs, the diversity is still nowadays making the walk alongside the historical buildings and the Adriatic sea an experience worth the visit.

You will meet your guide at the meeting point and proceed for a walking tour. The walk will include some cobblestone streets and stairs, before ending on nice paved and flat surface. The tour includes periods of standing and walking in summer months be careful for the strong sunshine and heath. The tour runs in all weather conditions, except heavy storm and strong wind.

The tour is suitable for guests with good mobility, as Piran is closed for traffic and includes narrow streets, steep inclines in certain parts of the streets.

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Flavours of Istria Tasting Experience from Portoroz

Flavours of Istria Tasting Experience from Portoroz - Portorož, Slovenia

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Portorož, Slovenia

From USD
$135.25

Experience Mediterranean flavours in their purest form, the product of imagination and nature.

Istria, a wonderful peninsula in the clear blue waters of the Mediterranean sea is famous for its coastal sights and sounds, and its vibrant green inland vegetation, with numerous cultural-historic attractions and memorable natural vistas viewed from village hilltops ... More info ›

Experience Mediterranean flavours in their purest form, the product of imagination and nature.

Istria, a wonderful peninsula in the clear blue waters of the Mediterranean sea is famous for its coastal sights and sounds, and its vibrant green inland vegetation, with numerous cultural-historic attractions and memorable natural vistas viewed from village hilltops. Additionally it is an Aladdin’s Cave of culinary delights. Istrian cuisine is a reflection of the climatic, geographical and historical wonders of the area, combining multiple local culinary traditions based on olive oil, seafood, seasonal vegetables, aromatic spices and indigenous plants. Hidden beneath your Istrian host’s smile is an on-going invitation to taste and discover the real features of this idyllic green-blue land, which are environmental beauty and living history that draw you in; and diligent craftsmanship, witnessed in every field and stone.

Hidden beneath your Istrian host’s smile is an invitation to taste and discover the real features of this idyllic green-blue land, which are environmental beauty and living history that draw you in; and diligent craftsmanship, witnessed in every field and stone. When you arrive, new scenes reveal themselves to you, intensifying your senses and dismissing the stress of the outside world, replacing it with new friendships and experiences to treasure and share.

Three villages of Istria will be visited during our tour:

BUZET is located to the far north next to Istria’s border with Slovenia. The core of its history, which dates from the middle ages is found on top of a hill overlooking the arable valley of Istria’s longest river - the Mirna. These days, Buzet is called the "City of Truffles" because its Mirna River forests are uncommonly rich with this delicacy. Some people even say that Istria’s white truffle is on a par with Italy’s white truffle which originates in the country’s Alba region. To honour this truffle, every year Truffle Days are held throughout September and October.

- In Buzet we will be tasting local liquors and foods on a village tour.

MOTOVUN - In the north of Istria, located high above the Mirna River, is probably the most attractive and famous medieval town of Istria - Motovun. This fascinating site on top of a hill is a characteristic symbol of the interior of Istria. The bell tower, which is 13th century Romanesque-Gothic with a crown that is crenulated, dominates the centre of the historic town from its position adjacent to St Stephen’s 17th century parish church. In the centre square stands the Romanesque Municipal Palace, which was Istria’s biggest secular building at the time it was built; many other historical buildings surround it. Motovun’s forest which reaches down the Mirna River’s valley is particularly good for truffles. Vineyards surround the town from all sides, Istria’s finest wines such as the red Teran, and the white Malvasia are produced from the grapes of these vineyards.

- In Motovun we will be tasting Istrian olive oil and truffles on a village tour.

MOMJAN - A pretty site positioned 270m above sea level, with fascinating natural beauty and a rich history. The soil’s composition makes is ideal for growing fruit and olive trees, and grape vines. Momjan is regarded as two parts, the upper and the lower. Situated in the lower part is a 22 metre bell tower and the 15th century church of St Martin. To the church’s west side is a rock which is the site of an ancient ruined castle, whose history involves crucial events in northern Istria’s past. The most well known wines from the region are the Muscat of Momjan, and Malvasia, both of which were well known and highly praised in Viennese courts.

- In Momjan we will be tasting wine during a cellar tour and a village tour.

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Lake Bled and Ljubljana Tour from Portoroz

Lake Bled and Ljubljana Tour from Portoroz - Portorož, Slovenia

Duration: 7 hours
Location: Portorož, Slovenia

From USD
$111.53

Visit the charming Ljubljana, the capital city of Slovenia, and Bled, a popular tourist destination, which is considered one of the most beautiful alpine resorts also known as the Alpine pearl.

Ljubljana, the capital and largest city in Slovenia, is the cultural, educational, economic, political and administrative centre of the country. It is renowned for its rich history, which is reflected in the unique architectural heritage ... More info ›

Visit the charming Ljubljana, the capital city of Slovenia, and Bled, a popular tourist destination, which is considered one of the most beautiful alpine resorts also known as the Alpine pearl.

Ljubljana, the capital and largest city in Slovenia, is the cultural, educational, economic, political and administrative centre of the country. It is renowned for its rich history, which is reflected in the unique architectural heritage. Its old town centre is embraced by Ljubljana Castle and the river Ljubljanica where the feeling of the city is the strongest. On your trip, you will encounter ancient and modern architecture.  You will visit the old town center where you will admire the works of the Slovene architect Jože Plečnik, who took an important part in designing the Ljubljana’s most famous bridges, town squares and parks. In a little more than three decades, Jože Plečnik transformed Ljubljana from a provincial city to the capital of the Slovene nation and reshaped the urban part of the city. His influence can be felt everywhere, but mostly along the river Ljubljanica.

On your trip, you will visit some of the most interesting buildings and monuments, such as the Ljubljana Town Hall, the Triple Bridge, the Shoemakers’ Bridge, Ljubljana Cathedral, the Robba Fountain, Prešeren Square, Congress Square and other attractions. The symbol of the city is the Ljubljana Dragon. It is depicted on the top of the tower of Ljubljana Castle and on the Ljubljanica - crossing Dragon Bridge. It symbolizes power, courage and greatness.

Bled is an Alpine town which represents one of the oldest and most beautiful tourist destinations in Slovenia. Its main attraction is the lake which surrounds Bled Island. The island has several buildings, the main one being the Gothic church dedicated to the Assumption of Mary. The church has a make-a-wish bell and is frequently visited by newlyweds and other guests. Lake Bled will certainly leave you speechless since it offers various sport activities and represents a place where you can spend the most romantic moments of your life. On the trip, you will walk around the lake enjoying the fresh alpine air and watching swans and ducks at play. Also, you will admire Bled Castle built on a precipice above the glacial lake which according to written sources is the oldest Slovene castle. At the end, you will pass by some other local monuments and refresh ourselves with a delicious vanilla and custard cream cake called cremeschnitte (kremšnita). You will also have a chance to take some beautiful photos of the lake, island, castle and the nearby Alps.

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Postojna Cave and Predjama Castle from Portoroz

Postojna Cave and Predjama Castle from Portoroz - Portorož, Slovenia

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Portorož, Slovenia

From USD
$111.53

Visit Postojna Cave, the best-known cave in the world, and The Predjama Castle, the only preserved cave castle in Europe.

Postojna Cave, the queen of all caves, is the best-known cave in the world. It is also the greatest tourist attraction in Slovenia and one of the world’s largest karst monuments ... More info ›

Visit Postojna Cave, the best-known cave in the world, and The Predjama Castle, the only preserved cave castle in Europe.

Postojna Cave, the queen of all caves, is the best-known cave in the world. It is also the greatest tourist attraction in Slovenia and one of the world’s largest karst monuments. This is the only place in the world where the underground landscape can be traversed on an electric train and where you get to meet this underground kingdom’s most famous inhabitant – the proteus (olm) – up close. A fantastic web of tunnels, passages, galleries and halls, astonishing diversity of karst features, as well as easy access are certainly the main reasons for such popularity of the cave and a large number of visitors (more than 36 million of them in over 200 years).

The Predjama Castle reigns over the surrounding area, not far from the Postojna Cave, in the idyllic village of Predjama. This picturesque, magnificent, defiant, mysterious and impregnable castle has been perched up in the middle of a vertical 123-meter high cliff for more than 800 years. Its romantic appeal is further emphasized by the idyllic Lokva River, which disappears into the underground world deep down below the castle. As the only preserved cave castle in Europe, the Predjama Castle offers a unique insight into the building techniques and resourcefulness of people in the Middle Ages, who were looking for and found a safe harbor for themselves right at the entrance into the cave. During a siege that took place in the 15th century, the castle provided a refuge for its best known and most notorious owner - Erazem of Predjama. The legend about the courageous robber baron Erazem, who remained undefeated until one of his servants betrayed him, is still in people’s minds, inspiring and alluring as ever. It was this safe abode of his which helped the brave knight resist the besiegers without much difficulty for more than a year.

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