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From the Alps to the shores of the Adriatic seeing Slovenia by train opens up a world of possibilities. Whether you prefer to take a journey through the wine growing regions of Slovenia by train or visit the capital of Ljubljana, there is something for everyone. Surrounded by the Julian Alps the glacial waters of Lake Bled are the country's crowning glory. Shod in lush greenery during summer and snow in winter, the island and shores of Lake Bled are an iconic image of Slovenia. No trip to Slovenia by train or any other means is complete without stopping here.

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Slovenia, Croatia & Montenegro
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  • DestinationCroatia, Montenegro, Slovenia
  • Starts / EndsSt Pancras International / London Gatwick
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Slovenia, Croatia & Montenegro: The Adriatic Coast
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“An absolutely great holiday. Every day was full of interest in this stunning part of the world. Our guide was very knowledgeable and coped very well with the unexpected, such as a couple of delayed trains that meant time was tight for making connections. All the hotels were excellent and...
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Slovenia Traveller's Guide

Slovenia is a small but proud Adriatic country. Although it is often considered a part of Eastern Europe because of its Slavic heritage this is not true. A journey around Slovenia by train shows that despite its position on a map, it is a West leaning country in culture and mindset.

An experienced Tour Manager arranges local services on our holidays through Slovenia by train. Should you dine out at some point it is worth noting that there is no tipping culture in Slovenia. Instead diners usually round the bill up to the nearest Euro.

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