With this being such a small country, getting around is easy. This trip actually includes short visits into Croatia and Italy!
Day 1: Ljubljana to Piran
120km 2 hours
Don’t leave the capital city without taking the opportunity to wander through the old town and enjoy sampling food street cafes and markets. The castle allows for great views across the rooftops
The short journey to Piran passes Castles, caves and stud farms which are all worth a visit.
Piran is a true resort town surrounded by beaches.
A place to stay: Camping Savudrija (on Slovenian/Croatian border)
Day 2: Piran to Bovec
160km – 3 hours
Rising from sea-level up to the foothills of the Alps doesn’t take very long. There are numerous places to stop along the way for spectacular views and scenery, and even a hike if you are adventurous!
A place to stay: campsite Polovnik
Day 3: Bovec to Bled
100km 2 hours
The highlights in this area are Lake Bled and Bled Castle. You can rent boats to go out on the lake or enjoy the views from the top of Mount Vogel
A place to stay: Camping Bled
Day 4: Bled to Logarska Dolina
180km 3 hours
This trip takes you to a spectacular glacial valley with opportunities for horse riding, hiking and cycling. The Logar Valley Landscape Park is worth a visit.
A place to stay: Camper stop logarska
Day 5: Logarska Dolina to Ptuj
125km 3 hours
Ptuj Castle houses a large collection featuring portraits to musical instruments and there are thermal spas in a number of wellness centres that should be explored
A place to stay: Camping Terme Ptuj
Day 6: Ptuj to Ljubljana
130km 2 hrs
A leisurely drive back to the capital, passing through rural towns and villages. You may wish to visit Maribor or Celje if you have the chance