During these confusing times, it is our responsibility to rethink traveling and choose a safe way of exploring new places. We all feel the necessity to finally leave our homes and start to explore the world, or at least our wider region. The best way to do so is to stick to outdoor activities also in terms of sightseeing in the new cities. Have you thought about visiting Ljubljana? Here’s a way to know it well and avoid crowded places.
This beautiful and green European destination is certainly not to be missed out. Ljubljana is one of the cleanest, loveliest, fun, and relaxing capitals in the Central European region. The rich cultural heritage is always a good starting point for getting to know a new place. If you are both a curious and active person, a guided bike tour around Ljubljana might be your best choice to learn about the city in a safe and active way. It’s a great combo of outdoor exercise, sightseeing, keeping social distance, and making new friends
Ljubljana is a perfect place for a bike tour sightseeing due to its flat land and cycling-friendly streets. The bike tour is an eco-friendly and fun way to get to know the city and a good alternative to other guided tours.
Although Ljubljana is quite a small city, it has so much to offer. Cycling around the centre outside you won’t only have a chance to see the main cultural highlights, but also more hidden backstreets, romantic riverbanks, peaceful blooming parks, and much more.
Cycling through Ljubljana is also a great experience for families and all visitors who would like to make new friends from all over the world. Ljubljana bike tour is suitable for all cycling levels, so no need to worry about the difficulty of the trip. During the four-hour cycling, you will learn many interesting and rich stories while pushing pedals at a pleasant pace. Your guide will take care of enough breaks on beautiful spots where you’ll have a chance to take pictures and have a drink or a snack.
You are welcome to experience a relaxed, vibrant, fun, and safe way through the scenes and rich cultural heritage of the Slovenian capital.