Lake Bled and a castle perched on a cliff is one of the most beautiful Alpine resorts in Europe.
All the best of Slovenia
Holidays in wonderful Slovenia, also known as the country on the crossroads and the only country that has the word LOVE in its name. In about a week you'll visit the diverse regions of Slovenia and experience the beauty of Alpine lakes, shores of Adriatic Sea, emerald green waters of Soča river and of course our beautiful capital Ljubljana. All 100% accessible!
All the best wheelchair travel locations united into a single package!
Slovenia might be one of the smallest countries in Europe with only 2 million inhabitants, but its geographical position on the borders of Germanic, Ugro-Finnish, Romanic and Slavic world and its regional diversity makes in one of the most unique countries in the World. You can enjoy the skiing in the Alps in the morning and only after two hours drive having a coffee on warm Adriatic coast. Not many other countries in the World can vaunt about that.
Majestic Slovenian capital was awarded several tourist prizes in the last decade, including the Silver Access City Award in 2018.
Day 1: Pick up at the airport and drive towards Ljubljana
Pick up from Ljubljana airport and transfer to Ljubljana. In late afternoon or evening we do a 2-hours guided tour of Ljubljana, a city which in 2015 was given the Bronze Access City Award and a 2018 Silver Access City Award. We walk around the city center that was highly denoted by the Slovenian architect Jože Plečnik and take the funicular up to Ljubljana Castle.
Day 2: Day trip to Štajerska (Styria) region
A day trip to the Štajerska (Styria) region. In the morning, we will drive across the Črnivec Pass to the Upper Savinja Valley. The region sits in the middle of the mountains but still has some influences from Štajerska which can be seen in the warm and welcoming locals. We visit the Mozirski gaj flower park, the largest of this kind in Slovenia. From there we will take a short ride to the Logarska Valley, one of the most beautiful glacial valleys in Slovenia. After lunch with some local specialties in the Logarska Valley we will take the opportunity to walk along the trail of which one part is accessible for wheelchair users. On the way back we will drive through Austria to Jezersko and back to Ljubljana.
Day 3: Check out from the hotel and drive to the Julian Alps
Best of the Alps. From Ljubljana, we will drive to Bohinj and start enjoying the beauty of our biggest natural lake Bohinj which is a part of the Triglav National Park. The lake is situated between some of the highest mountains of Slovenia. As viewing is always a good idea, we will take the cable car up to the winter ski resort of Vogel, 1.625 meters above sea level. From here we will get the best possible view of Triglav, our highest mountain, and the picturesque lake far below us. From here we will drive to Bled with its famous island with a church and a medieval castle on the rock above the lake; so with just a little of imagination we can feel like being in a fairy-tale. We will stay in a hotel in Bled and relax a bit. After that a short tour around the lake will bring us to the best sweetshop in the area, where a typical Bled cream cake “kremšnita” (Bled Vanilla cream slice) has been produced in the same way for decades. Yummy! Dinner in the hotel and free time in the evening.
Day 4: Check out from the hotel and drive to the Soča valley
On this day we will change the climate from Alpine to Mediterranean. From Bled we will take the windy road up to 1.611 meters above sea level. The road was constructed during the First World War by Russian prisoners and connects the Sava Valley in the north to the Soča Valley in the south. After a short stop to take in the beautiful views at the top of the Vršič Pass we will descend to the river Soča. The river is popular for rafting and other activities and it is believed that this is one of the most stunning rivers in Europe. The great green color of its waters will accompany us most of the day. On the way we will see the Boka waterfall, one of the highest waterfalls in Slovenia. We will than make a stop in Kobarid’s museum of cheese production, as the region is very famous for it. The area around here was the place of the Isonzo front line during the times of the First World War. From here we will continue to Goriška Brda (Goriška Hills), the area that is famous for producing delicious wines. After some tasting (what else?) of rebula, tokaj, zelen, pinela or vitovska grganja (all these types of grapes can only be found in Slovenia and a small part of Northern Italy) we will spend the night between the vineyards of Brda.
Day 5: Check out from the hotel and drive to the Karst region
Kras (Karst) to Slovenians mean something like Provence to the French. Small hills rising up from the flat terrain that is covered with fields and vineyards. One of the best things about this region is the food and wine. Traditional dried pork called “pršut” (prosciutto) is produced here, which is prepared just by using salt, some local bora wind and a lot of love. When it’s washed down with the strong red wine called “Teran”, you’ll get an idea of what heaven looks like…We will try all these delicacies at one of the many farms that offer their homemade food to hungry tourists. The next stop is Lipica, where the white Lipizzaner horses have been born and bred since the 15th century. When we arrive at the short but interesting Slovenian seaside, we will base ourselves in a hotel in Portorož, Strunjan or Izola, just a few steps away from the warm Adriatic Sea.
Day 6: Visit of Piran and free afternoon to enjoy the Adriatic Sea
In the morning, we will take a guided tour of Piran. The town is one of the best preserved medieval towns on the Adriatic coast with its beautiful setting on a peninsula, narrow cobbled lanes and a church and fortress high above the town. An afternoon off for swimming and enjoying the Mediterranean climate.
Day 7: Check out from the hotel and drive towards the Škocjan caves
On the way back to our capital we will make a stop at the Škocjan caves, the only natural beauty in Slovenia that is listed on the UNESCO world heritage list. As the cave is protected, it’s unfortunately not possible to visit it in a wheelchair. Instead of that we can take part in a virtual 4-D tour of the cave, which is not far away from the real walk (believe us, we were scared of the high walls and deep falls a couple of times…). Transfer back to Ljubljana and have some free time for shopping or sightseeing.
Day 8: Pick up at the hotel and drive to the airport
Transfer to one of the airports in the area and departure.
Pricing and additional options
Price per group in 3* hotels:
- 5390 EUR for 1 – 2 people
- 7980 EUR for 3 – 4 people
- 10320 EUR for 5 – 6 people
- 12960 EUR for 7 – 8 people
High season June – September: + 350 EUR per room
For larger groups contact us for offer.
- Minibus transfers around Slovenia
- 7 nights (half-board) in a 3* hotels (double rooms)
- Licensed tour guide all time
- Lunch on day 2, 3, 4 and 5; wine tasting on day 4
- All entrance fees
- Minibus transfer from other airports
- Prolonging stay with holidays at the seaside, one-day trip to Venice or trip to Croatian Istria
- 4* hotels: 560 EUR per room
Frequently asked questions
Yes. We guarantee you that all the activities, sights that we visit, hotels and means of transport are wheelchair accessible.
All the hotels, sights and activities are personally checked by our employee Anže, who is a wheelchair user since 2008.
Don't take our word for it
We are a group of 4 friends from Finland and spent a week in Slovenia: Bled, Portoroz and Ljubljana. 2 of us use electric wheelchairs so we booked all the transfers and one day tour from NoLimits Tours. Everything worked perfectly! Service was really good before we arrived and we got answers to our questions very quickly. Our driver was really good and spoke good English. The car was big enough for 2 electric wheelchairs. Daytour to Koper and Piran was excellent and our guide Danijel was very good. Everything really was 100 % accessible and I can truly recommend for everybody!
Miha and Danijel, Greetings from Frankfurt! I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for making my brief stay in Ljubljana absolutely incredible.
All was very good - thank you! Looking forward to work togheter with you!
you can choose based on your interest or time you want to visit:
Handicrafts and culinary tour
Slovenia is known as the country on the crossroads of different cultures - Slavic, Germanic, Romanic and Ugro-Finnish. Influences from all our neighbors can also be felt in the local cuisine.
City break in Ljubljana
Our most popular tourist package is the Ljubljana City Break. It includes the city tour of our capital and the day trip to the Upper Carniola region where we'll explore the Julian Alps.
Does no tour suits your needs and wishes?
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