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Explore the majestic lakes Bled and Bohinj in Slovenia, and stunning Lake Garda in Italy
Discover the charming cobbled streets of Ljubljana
Get lost in Venice's winding streets and picturesque canals
Enjoy watersports surrounded by dramatic mountains at Riva del Garda
April, May, June and September are some of the best months to visit Croatia, Slovenia and northern Italy as the temperatures will be pleasant and the most popular sights won't be as crowded with tourists. The warmest months of the year are July and August, during which time the daytime high temperatures will hover around between 20 to 30°C. The coldest months of the year on average are January and February, and rain can also be common at this time of year.
Home to incredible Alpine scenery and a wealth of natural treasures, Slovenia is perfectly combined with Zagreb and northern Italy to offer outdoor lovers an action-packed adventure. Explore snow-capped mountains and crystal-clear lakes as you travel between these beautiful regions.
Begin your adventure in Zagreb, the capital city and cultural heart of Croatia. With an old town centre dating back to the 11th century, here you’ll be able to see beautiful architecture and discover a centuries-old culture.
Your next stop is Slovenia and its charming capital city, Ljubljana. This beautiful, yet undiscovered city is home to a wealth of picturesque pastel architecture, riverside bars and restaurants, and a lively atmosphere in the old town centre.
You’ll spend three nights in Ljubljana at the heart of the city, where you’ll have the chance to explore with your private guide. Head up to the 16th-century castle to learn about Ljubljana’s history, before enjoying the incredible views over the city. Venture out of the city to discover one of Slovenia’s most celebrated landmarks, the spectacular Lake Bled. Admire the emerald green waters, surrounded by the snow-capped peaks of the Julian Alps, and take a boat out to Bled’s quaint island to explore its tiny church. You’ll also visit nearby Lake Bohinj, less known but equally as beautiful as its more famous counterpart. Walk around this remarkable lake and take the cable car high into the surrounding mountains to take in the breathtaking views.
Leaving Slovenia behind, continue on to Venice, a dazzling city built across a network of intertwining canals and waterways. You’ll spend two nights here, giving you time to get under the skin of this elegant and opulent city.
Your final stop will be Lake Garda, the largest of the Italian Lakes. This spectacular lake boasts an array of charming towns and villages along its shore, while dramatic mountains provide a truly majestic backdrop.
Discover the iconic landmarks, winding streets and romantic canals of Venice. Visit St Mark's Square, once the political centre of Venice, before wandering through picturesque alleyways and hidden squares, and finally exploring the canals by water taxi.
Discover the picturesque city of Ljubljana on a walking tour with your private guide. Explore the historic heart of the city and admire its charming Baroque architecture, winding cobbled streets and lively atmosphere.
Spend the day with your private guide exploring some of Slovenia's most incredible scenery. The region of the Julian Alps is renowned for its picturesque lakes, the most famous of which is the stunning Lake Bled.
Explore the beautiful city of Zagreb during a walking tour with your knowledgeable private guide. Learn about the city's history dating back to the Middle Ages and admire its fantastic architecture, including the magnificent cathedral.
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