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Trans Slovenia TRANS SLOVENIA 04


7 days



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Length & elevation

359,5 km, 8859,5 m

The amazing Trans Slovenia Tour connects the steep slopes of the Koroška part of the Karavanke at the Slovenian–Austrian border, the central part of Slovenia with the charming capital city of Ljubljana, and the coastal town of Piran with its Mediterranean spirit. A wide variety of trails provides an unforgettable experience, with the route setting off with forest single trails and continuing through the abandoned mines and trails high above the beautiful Logarska dolina valley with breath-taking views of the Kamnik–Savinja Alps. The tour passes the Alpine herdsman village at Velika Planina mountain pasture to reach the capital and then runs over a flat terrain of the Ljubljana Marshes, leading back to hills offering various scenic rides along the intermittent Lake Cerknica. The ride features many karst phenomena, including the world’s famous Postojna Cave and the UNESCO-protected site of Škocjan Caves. The final descent from the Karst plateau leads to Piran, a picturesque city on the Adriatic coast, which reminds of Venice.




Note: In season, any tour can be organised on any date for a group of a minimum of 2 people. Please contact us for any inquiries.



Single room supplement: €189 GPS device rental: €10/day e-bike rental: €39/day Bike rental: €29/day

Price for TRANS SLOVENIA 04 excludes

Travel and activity insurance, personal safety & cycling equipment, lunches, all beverages with included meals, any other items not mentioned as included.


The adventure starts at the town of Bleiburg (Slovenian name: Pliberg) in Austria and ends in the town of Piran on the Slovenian coast. GETTING THERE Seven international airports, those of Ljubljana, Venice, Treviso, Trieste, Klagenfurt, Graz and Vienna, are located within the 150-minute drive from Bleiburg. An airport shuttle from and to any of the seven airports can be arranged. OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION One group can include a maximum of 8 people. Several groups can share a single tour. The grouping is based on personal desires, body fitness and types of bikes. Every evening a briefing session is organized, where the guide(s) reveal details about the next day’s tour, including the altitude, length, difficulty etc. There is always an option to avoid difficult route sections or change the group if more than one are included in the tour. Alternative trails can usually be chosen to allow variations according to the specific requirement of each group. The meeting instructions and final trip arrangements are sent to participants two weeks before the tour start date.
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