Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, is a central European city lying between the Alps and the Adriatic Sea, in a basin where the Ljubljanica river flows into the Sava. It has all the facilities of a modern capital, and yet it has preserved its small-town friendliness and relaxed atmosphere. It is a vibrant city full of surprises. Its surrounding areas, packed with natural beauty and cultural sights bearing witness to the city's dynamic history, are renowned for their cycle trails and a wide variety of culinary delights.
- Toško čelo (591 m) is a wooded hill accessible by several footpaths and recreational trails from Ljubljana's Tivoli park.
- The 33-kilometre path of Rememberance and Comradeship, which crosses both urban areas and the surrounding meadows and forests, runs along the course of the barb wire fence which surrounded Ljubljana during World War II.
- Krim (1107 m), nicknamed by locals as "The Southern Guard of Ljubljana Marshes", offers one of the most beautiful views in Slovenia. Due to its position, it is an important spot for mountain bikers.
- Golovec (450 m) is a hill rising above the eastern part of Ljubljana. It is criss-crossed by several well maintained recreational and cycling paths.
- Rašica (647 m) is a solitary field in the north of Ljubljana. Top Rašica the most popular route for cycling from the homonymous village (Rašica). From 17 m high tower is a beautiful view of the Ljubljana Basin and the surrounding hills and mountains.
- Maribor is heaven for lovers of cycling: numerous widespread trails over the slopes of Pohorje and in the picturesque Maribor surroundings, and there are cycling clubs and other organisations to help and advise you about your unforgettable cycling adventure!
Price (per person):
25 € half day (1-4 h)
49 € all day (5-10 h)
25 € all day (Groupe 5 or more)
2 -10 h
May - October
Professional local guides
Fitness grade 1/4
lunch on all day tour
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Bike hire 30 €
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