Photo-stop at the Guinnes World record Holder - Predjama Castle, largest cave castle in the world
Wander the underground tunnels and passages at the Skocjan Caves, UNESCO Karst natural site
Do not leave without trying a slice of the local air-dried prosciutto and a glass of the local wine Teran
Enjoy the charming medieval streets of Piran
UNESCO karst attraction – the Skocjan Caves, the oldest and most notorious stud farm, known all over the world, and the picturesque coastal towns all wrapped up in one single fantastic tour.
Discover the Slovenian coast and the Karst region. The first stop are the UNESCO listed Skocjan Caves, one of the largest and most fascinating karstic sites in Europe with the Reka River running 200 m below the surface.
Next stop is at one of the local taverns for the famous Karst air-dried prosciutto tasting; we like to think it is one of the best prosciuttos in the world, accompanied with the local wine Teran – produced only in this region. Head on to for a short stop at Lipica, the homeland of the white Lipizzaner – famous horse of the Spanish riding school in Vienna.
Pass the coastal towns of Koper, Izola and Portoroz and reach everyone’s favourite spot on the Slovenian coast – Piran. Get lost in its medieval narrow streets and houses, enjoy some free time over an exquisite seafood meal in one of the many local restaurants or cafes.
One last photostop at Predjama Castle on the way to Ljubljana. Discover the secrets of the largest cave castle (Guinnes World Records!), located on a 123-meter high cliff, and learn about the local Robin Hood legendary knight Erazem.
INCLUDED IN PRICE
Professional English speaking guide, comfortable transportation and organization
Skocjan Caves: 16€ - 20€ / person (depends on the season), wine and prosciutto tasting: from 7€ / person, meals and personal expenses
MINIMUM 2 persons
Tour is available throughout the year.
8:30Start of picking up in Ljubljana
12:15Prosciutto & wine tasting
13:15Lipica stud farm photostop
18:00Predjama castle photostop
19:00Arrival back to Ljubljana
Good to know
Please bear in mind that we have multiple pick-up points, so it may take up to 15 - 20 minutes for the guide to get to you.
A jacket or sweater is advisable, since the temperatures in the cave are around 12° C.
Since there is a moderate amount of walking (including about 400 stairs in the cave), we suggest wearing comfortable shoes.
Don't miss trying out delicious local flavours – karst prosciutto and red wine Teran, two typical delicacies and produced only in this area.