Program for accompanying partners

The program for accompanying partners includes: the official Cultural program plus 2 additional excursions as described below.

Note: package for the accompanying partners is planed as a 3 days program, it includes 2 excursions and a culture program, the price is 170 € net (20% VAT is not included).
The Cultural program is also available separately.

Tour around Bled

  • Departure from Golf hotel
  • Driving on the lake with 'pletna'
  • Visiting island and the church
  • Bus tour around Bled
  • Visiting Bled castle
  • Back at Hotel Golf
1 day, approximate duration: 9.30 am - 13.30 pm
Price includes: 'pletna' drive, entrance church fee and Bled castle, bus drive, guide and organisation.

Bled's ravine and The Museum of Apiculture

Departure from Golf hotel
  • expedition/visiting the Bled's ravine
  • Visiting the old town Radovljica
  • Visiting the Museum of Apiculture
  • Visiting Bled castle
  • Back at Hotel Golf
1 day, approximate duration: 9.30 am - 13.30 pm
Price includes: entrance to Bled's ravine and the Museum of Apiculture, bus drive, guide and organisation.
Do not forget: Sport footwear, anorak

Bled's ravine is in the immediate vicinity of Gorje approximately 4 km north-west of Bled, was discovered by Jakob Žumer, the Major of Gorje, and the cartographer and photographer Benedikt Lergetporer in February 1891. The discovery was accidental   and took place at a time when the water level of the Radovna river which flows through Vintgar was very low.

They started their exploration in Spodnje Gorje and headed towards Blejska Dobrava. They made it through, the otherwise impassable ravine with great difficulty and discovered so much natural beauty that they decided to establish a construction committee. The gorge was arranged for visits, especially for visitors to Bled. It was opened to the public on 26th August 1893. The 1.6 km long Vintgar gorge carves its way through the vertical rocks of the Hom and Bort hills and is graced by the Radovna with its waterfalls, pools and rapids. The path leads you over bridges  and Šumer’s galleries, and ends with a bridge overlooking the mighty 16 m high Šum waterfall.

The Museum of Apiculture is located in the Baroque manor house in the old part of Radovljica. It displays the rich tradition of Slovenian apiculture or beekeeping which was an important branch of agriculture in the 18th and 19th centuries. the technical section of the museum shows the most typical habitats of bees and apicultural tools, the biological room highlightes the life and work of the autochthonous bee kranjska sivka (apis mellifera carnica), the art exhibition features a unique Slovenian folk art, painted beehive front boards. More»