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Kranjska Gora Holidays

Kranjska Gora lies in the north western corner of Slovenia, on the doorstep of Triglav National Park. Whilst the village is only a few minutes’ drive from both the Austrian and Italian borders, you will be able to experience true Slovenian friendliness and hospitality. The village is surrounded by the magnificent scenery of the Julian Alps and the Karawanke Mountain peaks. The walking here is suitable for all levels of expertise. For some of the most beautiful scenery imaginable, and just a 15 minute walk from the village centre, a visit to Jasna Lake is a must. In the village, play tennis or browse the shops, sit outside one of the many cafés and bars or listen to one of the occasional band concerts. Perhaps hire a mountain bike or join one of the varied excursions which are on offer. Your holiday in Kranjska Gora offers it all. 

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Useful Information

Resort Code: SIKR

Languages spoken: Slovene

Time difference: GMT+1

Currency: EUR

  • from£499pp
  • 155 rooms
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Hotel Kompas is well placed hotel in a quiet and peaceful localtion overlooking the Mountains in distance and green meadows. This modern hotel has a lovely Wellness centre and a relaxing pool.

 

  • from£469pp
  • 15 rooms
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Wonderfully located in the village centre, this beautifully appointed hotel is full of character and charm and the atmosphere of a typical local inn. Family-run and famous for its personal service and excellent cuisine, the Kotnik has preserved its traditional character.

  • from£469pp
  • 72 rooms
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Best Western Hotel Kranjska Gora (formerly Lek Hotel), situated in a beautiful, quiet setting yet close to the centre, this attractive chalet style hotel has a warm, friendly atmosphere and an excellent reputation.

  • from£559pp
  • 15 rooms
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We are delighted to welcome this lovely family run hotel to our programme. We have long been trying for an allocation of rooms here and we’re looking forward to be working with them at last!

  • from£489pp
  • 110 rooms
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The Ramada Hotel & Suites, formerly known as the Prisank. This stylish hotel is located in the heart of the village, close to its sister Hotel Larix, sharing extensive leisure facilities.

Travel and Transportation

Departure day To Depart from
Mon, Wed, Fri & Sun Ljubljana Gatwick
Daily Stansted
Sunday only Manchester
Wednesday/Saturday Zagreb Heathrow
Saturday only Salzburg Birmingham
Wednesday/Saturday Manchester

Transfer approx. 30mins by coach (Ljubljana)
Transfer approx. 2½hr by coach (Zagreb)

Transfer approx. 3 - 4hrs by coach/Minibus depending on traffic (Salzburg)

Supplements may apply on certain departures

Car hire available: Yes

Evening resort bus service: No

Local bus services:

Parking available: No

Resort Ski bus available: No

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  • Inghams Guided walks
  • Free packed lunches at selected hotels
  • Early Booking Offers at selected hotels
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Special Offers

Excursions

Pre-bookable | Summer 19

Venice £69 full day, Monday
A step back in time. Visit one of the most magical and romantic cities in the world in Italy. Transport and guide included (water bus not included).

Taste of Slovenia £62, full day, Tuesday
Trail the river Soca by train, boat and coach and visit the largest wine cellar in Slovenia. All transport, lunch and wine tasting (4 wines) and guide inlcuded.

Julian Alps £33, full day, Monday, 
Enjoy full day of spectacular mountain scenery and unspoilt natural beauty on this tour of the Julian Alps. Transport and guide included.

Postojna Caves and Predjama £60, full day,
Visit one of the most visited site in Slovenia, and world famous Postojna Caves and travel on the "cave train" to really enjoy on of worlds largest cave system and finish by visiting the nearby enchanting and mysterious Predjama castle with vast history. Entrance fee, transport and guide included.

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Ljubljana £38, half day (Wednesday and Saturdays)

A guided insight into one of the youngest capitol cities of Europe. Plenty of free time to enjoy shopping, castle, river cruise, local markets and a must to walk accross many of the Ljubljana's wonderful bridges.Transport and guide included.

Slovenian Adriatic & Lipica £75, full day (Friday)

Two famous sights in one day. Visit the Medieval town at the seaside resort of Piran. On the way back stop at the Lipica stud farm and the famous horses display and learn all about them at close up.Transport, entrance fee and performance at Lipica and guide included.

Bled and Bohinj £45, half day

Visit Lake Bled and get a bird's eye view of the lake from 1000 year old castle. In the afternoon discover Slovenia's largest lake and see the untouched nature of Triglav National Park in Bohinj. Transport, Guide, creamcake in Bled, St John's church entrance included.

 Please note that we act at all times as selling agent for the suppliers of activities & excursions.

Things To Do

  • Cycling
  • Golf
  • Horse-riding
  • Tennis
  • Walking

Kranjska Gora holidays offer a wide variety of excellent outdoor activities. The walking here is suitable for all levels of expertise. For some of the most beautiful scenery imaginable, and just a 15 minute walk from the village centre, a visit to Jasna Lake is a must. In the village, play tennis or browse the shops, sit outside one of the many cafés and bars, listen to one of the occasional band concerts or relax in one of the many nice Kranjska Gora hotels. Perhaps hire a mountain bike or join one of the varied excursions which are on offer. Many guests like to combine their holidays in Kranjska Gora with a trip to another resort or city. We recommend LjubljanaBled or Bohinj.

Walking

The Julian Alps are hiker’s wonderland, it’s meadows, valleys and mountains carved up by a well-worn nexus of way marked paths and trails. From Kranjska Gora, trails head off into the Planica and tamar Valleys, as well as up the Vrsic Pass, from where further tracks fan out in several directions. A short way east of Kranjska Gora, a trio of valleys – the most prominent being the Vrata valley – provide the starting point for ascents towards Triglav itself. In and around Kranjska Gora there are numerous marked walking trails suitable for all kind of walkers, leading to Triglav National Park offering Alpine flora and animals in their natural environment; the peaks of Mt Prisank, Mt Vitranc and Vrsic Pass. The landscape is dotted with waterfalls and trails through valleys with small villages and farm houses most of which can be accessed by the chairlift operating 3 days a week during high season.

 

Height difference: 800 m

 

Bedanc Trail (The Karavanke Mountains)

2 hrs/Easy/Monday /£10

The trip starts and ends in Kranjska Gora. Easy walk on the cart track through the meadows, watch cattle grazing. Even though no peaks are ascended, The Julian Alps are just a stone throw away. We walk through some fantastic viewpoints including the Robe pastures and a refreshment stop at Smjak guest house before heading back.

Zelenci Trail (via Podkoren village)

2 hrs/Easy/Tuesday/£10

Panoramic walk through the pastures to the lovely Alpine village of Podkoren and stop at the traditional Lime tree in the middle of the village to rest before a short walk will take us to Zelenci, a beautiful nature reserve full of history of the pretty lake to admire before returning to Kranjska Gora.

 

The Julian Alps are hiker’s wonderland, it’s meadows, valleys and mountains carved up by a well-worn nexus of way marked paths and trails. From Kranjska Gora, trails head off into the Planica and Tamar Valleys, as well as up the Vrsic Pass, from where further tracks fan out in several directions. A short way east of Kranjska Gora, a trio of valleys – the most prominent being the Vrata valley – provide the starting point for ascents towards Triglav itself. In and around Kranjska Gora there are numerous marked walking trails suitable for all kind of walkers, leading to Triglav National Park offering Alpine flora and animals in their natural environment; the peaks of Mt Prisank, Mt Vitranc and Vrsic Pass. The landscape is dotted with waterfalls and trails through valleys with small villages and farm houses most of which can be accessed by the chairlift operating 3 days a week during high season.

 

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