Bled (Slovenia)


03.04.15 - Guillaume - 716lavie
- Infos Pratiques -

Tourism Office
Ljubljanska cesta 27 SI
4260 Bled
+386 (0)4 5780 205

It was also the Slovenian Alps one, and for the north-west area of Slovenia, so it’s very big and very complete. It was redone entirely when I went by in the fall of 2014.

- Le résumé -

Bled is the most touristic city in Slovenia after Ljubjana. It seems that in the last few years, the city has lost some of its cultural diversity; many young people confided that 15 years ago there were a lot more artistic festivals, concerts that brought in a lot of people from everywhere. There was the touristic Bled, but it didn’t prevent young people to make it their own either.

I went through it too fast too really make my mind up about it. I did however, enjoy the warmth of the welcome, and the tourism office’s touristic offer which was very well done; I enjoyed my meal at the Triglav Hotel (not cheap) and the view over the lake is immutable jewel.

Check out 716’s Bled photo album

- Lieux -

Le Château
Grajska cesta,
4260 Bled, Slovenia
+386 4 572 97 82
http://www.blejski-grad.si/en/

Perched on a cliff, Bled’s medieval castle was built in the 11th century, and looks over the lake from a height of 125 meters.

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In the middle of the lake, a church on a little island. The story is that there used to be pagan rituals here, and the Catholics tried to impose their laws  by putting a church right in the middle of it.

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- Restaurants -

Hôtel Triglav Bled
Kolodvorska cesta 33
4260 Bled, Slovenia
+386 4 575 26 10

A restaurant that shouldn’t be missed out on, for the setting and the wines first, the food is also good, but doesn’t always hit the spot.

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