Cankarjeva cesta 2, Bled, Sloveniahttp://www.kompashotel.comT : + 386 4 620 51 00Leave the Jesenice–Ljubljana motorway at the Lesce–Bled exit and follow the signs for Bled, a distance of 5km. Turn left shortly after passing the crossroads with the traffic lights. Drive uphill and turn right directly into the Hotel Kompas car park.
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4260 Bled, SloveniaThe eternally magical lake, its romantic island and mighty castle await you on the hotel's doorstep. You are bound to be enchanted by the beauty of Bled. While staying in town, don't miss a ride to the island on a typical pletna boat. Once there, you should ring the wishing bell to make your hidden dreams come true. Another interesting sight of Bled is the medieval castle that reigns on a steep cliff above the lake. At the castle, you can visit the museum, castle printing works and wine cellar or simply enjoy the unforgettable views across the lake and the surrounding mountains. You can take a horse-drawn carriage around the lake, to the castle or to the nearby villages. Bled is famous for its cream cakes, which you can taste almost anywhere in town, but we especially recommend our Grill Restaurant and Lovec Pub, where genuine Bled cream cakes – those made according to the original recipe from 1953 – are served.
Radovljica, SloveniaVisit a town where time seems to have come to a standstill one hundred years ago. Radovljica, only 7 km from Bled, delights visitors with its medieval core, which is one of the best-preserved in Slovenia. Go for a stroll around its pretty town centre and have a look at the 16th century Šivec House, the façade of which is embellished by a fresco. The living museum at Lectar House showcases the production of honey-bread hearts and the Baroque Radovljica Mansion is home to the unique apicultural museum.
Ljubljana, SloveniaSlovenia's charming capital is fun-packed in all seasons. Take a stroll along the narrow cobbled streets of Ljubljana's attractive old town, which lies at the base of the castle hill. Feel the relaxed pulse of the city that lies at the crossroads of different cultures and is characterised by its numerous students. Unwind in one of the cafés and restaurants on the banks of the Ljubljanica river, take a look at the rich architecture of the town, especially the creations of the famous architect Jože Plečnik, or mingle among the residents of Ljubljana who buy the ingredients for their Saturday lunch at the colourful central market.
Jamska cesta 28, 6230 Postojna, Sloveniahttp://www.postojnska-jama.eu(05) 700 01 00Perfect for a rainy day: discovering the beauty of Slovenia's underworld. Postojna cave is the most famous cave in the world and ranks among Slovenia's most important sights. You will be stunned by the beauty of the Karst formations in its passages, galleries and magnificent halls. A train will take you underground, and you will cover part of the way on foot. The unique 'human fish' is a special creature of the underworld that was once mistaken for a baby dragon.
Bohinj, Sloveniawww.bohinj.siAnother lake? True, but a very different one! Lovers of nature will be enchanted by the wild beauty of Lake Bohinj, which is less than 30km from Bled. This lake, the largest permanent lake in Slovenia, is inviting for a swim or water sports in warmer months and often freezes in winter. A short hike uphill from the lake leads you to the wonderful Savica waterfall. High above the lake reigns Vogel, a ski resort in winter and a popular excursion point in summer, accessible by cable car.