One of the most famous Slovenian caves are the Skocijan Caves, situated
at the heart of Rakov Skocjan Regional Park. In 1986 they were included
in UNESCO's list of world natural and Cultural Heritage sites because
of their immense importance to the world’s natural heritage. Skocjan
Caves possess an extremely widespread system of cave passages which
are 5,8km long and were created by the Reka River.
“Cerkvenikov most” (a natural Bridge), is the most famous part of
The bridge ascents 50 metres above the Reka in one of the largest underground
caves in Europe. There are also fascinating flora and fauna in the caves.
There are no limits to the attractions of the Slovene Karst. You
may not have known that the noble Lipizzaner horses originated in Slovenia.
The birthplace of Lipizzaners is Lipica where the Stud Farm
has been breeding them for more than four centuries. Today it is a tourist
recreational centre with its Riding School , known as an international centre
of sports riding events.
Stanjel is a typical Slovene Karst village, a fascinating
urban monument. It boasts a terraced scheme of a medieval settlement.
Duration: full Day
Price includes: transport, English speaking guide, Škocijan Caves
entrance, Lipica entrance, wine tasting
Bring: camera, warm clothes, Comfortable shoes
price: 79 EUR