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With us on the trip
Tourist agency Loka organizes sightseeing and trips to the near and far surroundings.
We have a van for transport of our guests and tourists.
Škofja Loka is a perfect base for short trips to places surrounded.
Škofja Loka – Ljubljana: 20 km
Ljubljana is the capital city of Slovenia.
Ljubljana is classified as a mid-sized European city, but it has preserved its small-town friendliness and relaxed atmosphere while providing all the facilities of a modern capital. It is a very unique city dotted with pleasant picturesque places where you can expect all kinds of nice little surprises. During winter, its dreamy central European character prevails, and during summer its relaxed Mediterranean feel.
2. BLED – BOHINJ
Škofja Loka – Bled: 40 km + Bohinj: 20 km
Slovenia has only one island but its uniqueness makes it more attractive than many an archipelago. Sheltered by picturesque mountains, the island reigns in the middle of an Alpine lake. Its charm has made it a symbol for centuries of a town to which guests from all over the world love to return. This town, which has already existed for a thousand years, is Bled.
Bohinj offer the natural beauty of high mountains, beautiful lake, green forests, and incredible mountain pastures and meadows, the cultural and historical monuments, and the friendly villages and towns,…
3. TRIGLAV NATIONAL PARK – KRANJSKA GORA – VRŠIČ – SOČA VALLEY
Škofja Loka – Kranjska Gora – Tolmin: 100 km
This is the only national park in Slovenia. It is staggeringly beautiful and so demands special treatment. This national park in the area of the Julian Alps in north-western Slovenia gained its name from Slovenia’s highest mountain, Triglav, which stands 2,864 metres high. Countless natural and cultural features are dotted around the diverse karstic mountain terrain with its picturesque mountain peaks and valleys, and there is ample opportunity for activities in the natural environment.
Kranjska Gora is most famous for its winter sports but is the heart of the valley in summer too.
One of the most pristine Alpine rivers, the emerald Soča has been writing its own stories for centuries: the Goldhorn fairy tale and legends of a miracle flower atop Slovenia’s highest peak, stories about shepherds on mountain pastures, family sagas of strong-willed and friendly people. The area is a lasting memorial to the cruelties of war, which left its distinctive mark on this natural paradise.
4. POSTOJNA CAVE – LIPICA – PIRAN
Škofja Loka – Postojna: 70 km + Piran: 75 km
Postojna Cave is a network of 20 kilometres of passages, galleries and chambers into which experienced guides have accompanied more than 31 million visitors in the last 188 years. It is the largest cave in the »classic karst« and the most visited show cave in Europe.
Graciousness, elegance and perfection best describe the movement of the Lipizzaner horse in Lipica.
Piran is the best preserved cultural monument of Slovenian Istria and the closest neighbour of Portorož, the luxurious city of flowers.
5. LOGARSKA DOLINA VALLEY
Škofja Loka – Logarska dolina valley: 75 km
Playful nature created the Logarsko dolino valley in the heart of the Savinjske Alps, encircling it with peaks more than 2000 meters high. The picturesque landscape with its many natural attractions attracts guests in every season of the year.
6. KAMNIK – VELIKA PLANINA – KRANJ
Škofja Loka – Kamnik: 26 km + Kranj: 26 km
Velika planina is a high mountain plateau boasting one of the best-preserved traditional dairy herdsmen’s settlements in Slovenia. It has an undulating landscape full of karst sinkholes and hollows. The tradition of pasturing and cheese making still lives on its mountain pastures.
Kamnik is a lively medieval town embraced by the Kamnik-Savinja Alps. It boasts great outdoors, rich history and tradition and hides many legends and secret treasures.
Kranj is a picturesque town situated on a rocky prominence between two alpine rivers – Sava and Kokra. The old town centre is rich with cultural-historical sights. Therefore, it has been protected as a cultural monument since 1983. Important Slovenians contributed to the development of Kranj with their lives and achievements, one of them being the greatest Slovenian poet France Prešeren.
7. PTUJ – MARIBOR
Škofja Loka – Ptuj: 150 km + Maribor: 25 km
Ptuj is one of the most preserved medieval city in Slovenia, a city with a rich culinary offer, and a city of wine cellars and thermal springs.
Maribor was in 2012 European Capital of Culture. It is the second largest city of Slovenia and one of Europe’s most beautiful historic cities.