Bled is a small alpine town of just over 10,000 people in northwestern Slovenia. It is situated on Lake Bled amongst the Julian Alps and features numerous worthy sights, not least among them the lake itself.
From the Bled Travel Guide
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Mila is the best host we had our whole trip! He can tell you everything you need to know about the area and what to do. He brings you to the lake in the morning and picks you up in the evening. The house has bikes for guests to use. Free breakfast included which Mila cooks for you himself! Really beautiful location at the foot of the mountains. ... more
Beautiful apartment. Great service and the champagne on arrival was a lovely touch. The only think I would add is an electric kettle. ... more
We found Andrea very welcoming and concerned about the comfort of her guests. Was in a lovely quiet area although we did have trouble finding it as it's down a tiny road with a roadsign which was obscured at one end. The area was safe and very handy to everything - you could walk to the town centre. ... more
Advise on Bratislava, Vienna, Zagreb and Ljubljana?
of the Hapsburgs. I was a child when I went to Ljubljana, but we travelled to Lake Bled from there. If it as all ...
Must-see towns down Croatia's coast?
Hi Zuesie I’m travelling around Central Europe for a couple of months in Sept / Oct and plan to spend the last couple of weeks heading along Croatia’s coast. I’ll be visiting Dubrovnik, Korcula, Hvar, Split, Zadar, Rab Island and Bled. Cheers, Phil ...
Arriving midnight in Ljubljana
hi, we are trying to include lake bled into our itinerary from venice and the best connection seems to be a direct train to lake ljubljana that arrives at midnight 1.40 AM. we are all girls anc ...
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