Around Slovenia in a Campervan or Motorhome (10 days)

Day 1-2 - Breakfast in the capital’s old town and lunch at Lake Bled

Drive: Ljubljana - Bled (40min)

Stay: 2x Camp Bled


The picturesque image of the centre of Ljubljana has been marked by different historical periods and most notably by the works of the world-famous architect Jože Plečnik. Take a walk through the Ljubljana Old Town, ascend to the castle and have some coffee before you start your road trip.

Lake Bled

A picture perfect location, this is even better than you could have ever imagined. Shaped like a teardrop, the crystal clear blue-green lake has an island right in the middle topped with a church. Check out the views from the cliff top castle or take a boat ride to see the view from a different perspective.

Bled Castle

Standing 100m above the lake the castle has not only a good viewpoint of the lake but also a great place to visit in its own right. Arranged as a museum, the castle holds a large collection of weapons and armoury.

Vintgar Gorge

In the immediate vicinity of Lake Bohinj, the Gorge has some incredible waterfalls and fantastic scenery. In theory, the walk should only be around half an hour, but if you stop to admire the views you could be there all day.

Day 3 - Discover Bohinj and relax

Drive: Bled - Bohinj (30min)

Stay: Camping Ukanc

Lake Bohinj

No apology for having two lakes as Lake Bohinj is just as beautiful and great for swimming. There are some good walks and lots of activities to try if you are feeling energetic. If not, take the cable car to the top of Mount Vogel and walk along the gorge to see the Savica Falls.

Kayak or canoe trip

Kayaking and canoeing are the most popular water activities in Slovenia, especially in Bohinj. Exploring the lake and Sava Bohinjka river is pure joy and unforgettable experience for beginners and intermediate kayakers. You can attend kayak school, rent kayaks and canoes, and other necessary equipment.

Day 4-5 Visit the scenic Lake Jasna, drive through a mountain pass and camp by Soča river

Drive: Bohinj - Kranjska Gora - Pass Vršič - Bovec (2h 20min)

Sleep 2x: Camp Vodenca

Lake Jasna

On your way to the next campground stop for a short break by the Jasna Lake. It consists of two interconnected artificial lakes at the confluence of the Velika Pišnica and Mala Pišnica streams. Make sure you rub the horns of ibex for good luck.


In the heart of the Soča river valley, Bovec is a true paradise for people who enjoy active vacations surrounded by the most amazing views nature can offer.

Soča River

Called the Emerald of Slovenia for a good reason. This hidden gem tucked away in the Alps is sure to leave you speechless. You can do a wide arrange of activities while soaking in the breathtaking views.

Day 6 - Walk in the vineyards and attend a wine tasting

Drive: Bovec - Gorica (1h)

Sleep 1x: Camp Lijak

Goriška Brda
An intoxicatingly beautiful vineyard region known for its world-class wine. Just beware of not having too much.

Day 7-8: Explore the old coastal town of Piran and go for a swim

Drive: Gorica - Piran (1h)

Sleep 2x: Camp Lucija


Piran is the ‘Little Italy’ of Slovenia, right on the Adriatic, it’s a cute little seaside resort with something else Italy is famous for, ice cream.

Sečovlje Saltpans
In the Natural Park of Sečovlje, the past still walks hand in hand with the present. The ancient way of salt production is a part of Slovenian cultural heritage and to this days remains something special.

Day 9: Predjama Castle and Postojna Cave

Drive: Piran - Postojna (1h)

Sleep 1x: Camp Pivka

Predjama Castle, Postojna

An incredible fortress built inside a cave, there are guided tours available, but remember to pack a jumper, it can be cold inside.

Postojna Caves
This is Slovenia’s most famous cave. Take a memorable train ride through the cave and meet the baby dragons. If you choose the train, be prepared to duck, it can be quite tight in places.

Day 10: Back to Ljubljana, brunch and return your vehicle

Drive: Postojna - Ljubljana (35min)

Back in Ljubljana

Arrive in the morning and have brunch in one of the cosy bistros along the river bank.

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