This is a classic two-centre holiday, combining a few days in the entrancing Slovenian capital of Ljubljana with a stay on the coast
Once you have explored the pretty Slovenian capital, you will be able to head to the coast and spend some time relaxing in the charming resort of Piran - or if you prefer, Portoroz or even combine this with one of the Croatia resorts on the Istrian Peninsula, please do call our friendly reservations team for a quotation.
You will fly from the UK to Ljubljana and be transferred by car to Piran/Portoroz. En route you will drive through the beautiful Slovenian countryside and also have the opportunity to explore one of Europe’s biggest natural attractions - the magnificent caves of Postojna. These caves consist of over 12 miles of chambers and tunnels, with dazzling stalactites and stalacmites. First opened in 1819, these caves are one of Europe’s biggest natural attractions.
Your tour takes place in part on a subterranean railway, and in part on foot and is an unforgettable experience.
After spending the last part of your holiday relaxing in the sunshine and enjoying the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic, you will be picked up by car and taken to Ljubljana airport for your return flight home.
Grand Hotel Union - 4* Bed & Breakfast
One of Ljubljana’s most historic buildings, this grand hotel offers a good standard of accommodation in a convenient location. The Grand Hotel Union first opened in 1905, when it was known as one of the best hotels in Europe, and still retains its popularity today. It now consists of two hotels - the Grand Hotel Union in the original Secession building and the Grand Hotel Union Business in a newer building which is joined to it. Read more...
Hotel Piran - 4* Bed & Breakfast
This charming hotel is set in a beautiful location right on the seafront in the heart of the enchanting old town of Piran.
The Hotel Piran is in a beautiful location. It overlooks the clear waters of the Adriatic, right on the seafront promenade, with terraces and a jetty for easy access into the sea. To one side are the rolling hills and to the other the terracotta roofs of Piran’s grand houses.
Holidays to Ljubijana are enjoyed in a charming city bursting with magnificent architecture with a laid-back Mediterranean vibe. The captivating old town, overlooked by the enchanting castle is picturesque and atmospheric.
Piran and Portoroz
Piran is the jewel of Slovenia’s Adriatic coast - a beautiful Italianate town on a lovely peninsula. Just a short drive down the coast, is the larger resort of Portoroz, the ‘city of flowers’, which became a favourite of the Habsburg aristocracy.