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A DAMN GOOD TRIP

Visit the Upper Savinja Valley and let yourself be enchanted by the evil nature, experience the authentic local tradition and try local delicacies. The path from Ljubljana to the Devil's Rock and back is perfect for anyone who wants an authentic alpine experience a little differently.
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WHEN?

Every Wednesday and Friday at 8 AM
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WHERE?

Bus station Ljubljana
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WHEN ARE WE
COMING BACK?

At 7 PM. The price includes transportation, lunch, wine tasting and the feast

WHERE ARE WE GOING?

  • LOGARSKA VALLEY - one of the most beautiful alpine glacial valleys in Europe

    In the heart of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps we will feel the harmonious coexistence between tradition, man and nature. We will relax in the peaceful surroundings of the landscape park, see the natural monument Palenk waterfall, try the Upper Savinja stomach, which is a geographically protected culinary specialty, and get to know the savinja alcohol for everything šnops

  • RINKA WATERFALL - a magnificent view from the eagle's nest

    In the embrace of two thousand people, the Kamnik-Savinja Alps drum their song 90 meters high waterfall Rinka. One of the most beautiful Slovenian alpine waterfalls is especially interesting to visit, as it can be seen from close range from the viewing platform Eagle's Nest. We will also visit the Rinka Center in Solčava, where an exhibition on the natural heritage and sustainable development of the Upper Savinja Valley is on display.

  • GORNJIGRAD CATHEDRAL - architectural "must see"

    Cathedral of Gornjigrad is the largest and most architecturally important Baroque building in Slovenia. Cathedral of St. Mohor and Fortunato has a rich history and is one of the largest sacral monuments in Slovenia. It is appreciated for its extraordinary preservation, rich history, and there is a museum in the self-contained.

  • MOZIRSKI GAJ - a floral gift to Mother Nature

    The flower park in Mozirje is one of the most romantic and colorful corners of Slovenia. A walk between the paradise beds always tunes the energies of life, and Mozirski gaj also hosts numerous events and exhibitions and prepares themed floral experiences. nature was paid homage to by locals and gardeners, who created a flower grove in the 1980s on the site of a previously illegal garbage dump.

  • VRBOVEC CASTLE - Museum of Forestry and Woodworking

    The Museum of Forestry and Woodworking displays a rich tradition, life, forgotten customs and work of former foresters and woodworkers. The Savinjska valley is extremely rich in forests and has a long tradition of woodworking. The knowledge related to wood is still preserved by the locals today.

  • DEVIL'S ROCK - a spark of local tradition with a glass of local wine

    At the confluence of the Savinja and Dreta rivers, there is the more than 750-year-old Vrbovec castle. In the fenced castle yard, there is a high sloping mass on which a church was once built. Today it is a lookout point and a popular gathering place. It's the devil's scale. Sparkling local devil says that whoever climbs the devil's rock is invisible to the devil for a year. Of course, such relief should be immediately toasted and served with local delicacies

  • PALENK WATERFALL - A NATURAL MONUMENT TO WATER RESOURCE

    Palenk Waterfall is a natural monument of the power and beauty of water that takes visitors' breath away. In winter, the waterfall freezes and becomes a real ice sculpture and a popular ice climber.

  • LESNIK RESTAURANT - an exceptional culinary experience of the local environment

    Where all world travelers happily stop to smell the traditional Slovenian dishes typical of the Savinja Valley. A wide range of Slovenian specialties as well as fusions of tradition and modern cuisine with a selection of Slovenian wines and beers.

  • CASTLE ICE CREAM - a vegan delicacy in Vrbovec Castle

    A visit to a local ice cream parlor where they make delicious vegan ice creams from locally sourced ingredients.

  • POTOČKA ZIJALKA - a pagan sanctuary of a bear

    In this Stone Age residence, which is also an important archaeological site, hunters worshiped bears during the Ice Age and left behind spears, needles, needles and other tools, mostly made of cave bear bones. Every year, the end of winter Potočka zijalka is adorned with icy stalagmites, up to two meters high, and co-creates a unique fairytale ambience with a beautiful view of the Logarska valley and the Kamnik Savinja Alps.

  • ECO WELLNESS DANCE - pampering with the most beautiful view of the alpine peaks

    Pampering in an eco wellness resort, where natural materials reign supreme, is an essential part of an alpine adventure. Massages, saunas and hot tubs with a view of the peaks of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps are the key to the perfect experience.

  • ADRENALINE PARK MENINA - test your limits

    Adrenaline adventures in the embrace of green forests, which is suitable for all visitors in three different levels of difficulty

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Devil's Rock - a spark of local tradition with a glass of local wine
At the confluence of the Savinja and Dreta rivers, there is the more than 750-year-old Vrbovec castle. In the fenced castle yard, there is a high sloping mass on which a church was once built. Today it is a lookout point and a popular gathering place. It's the devil's scale. Sparkling local devil says that whoever climbs the devil's rock is invisible to the devil for a year. Of course, such relief should be immediately toasted and served with local delicacies.