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Cycle Route Slovenia from NW to SE

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Elevation profile Cycle Route Slovenia from NW to SEBledLjubljanaŽužemberkNovo mestoKostanjevica na Krki1003005007009001100050100150200250

Added on 15 Jan 2022,

on 15 Jan 2022

Cycle route metrics

Total distance in km

260

Cumulative elevation gain in m

3.505

Avg. slope uphill in %

1,35

Cumulative elevation loss in m

4.089

GPS track data

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Track points in total

5.574

Track points per km (avg)

21

Start/endpoint

Start location

Malborghetto Valbruna, Friuli Venezia Giulia, IT (730 m NHN)

End location

Brežice, SI (146 m NHN)

Beds4Cyclists, worth visiting and infrastructure

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Rating for cyclists

 

0 km
1,8 km
751 m

 

IT-33018 Tarviso

 

Tourist information

 

0 km
0,9 km
717 m

 

IT-33018 Tarvisio

 

Hotel

 

0 km
1,7 km
757 m

 

IT-33018 Таrvisio

 

Hotel

 

55 km
2,3 km
511 m

SI-4247 Bohinjska Bela

 

Natural landmark

Bohinjska Bela (pronounced [bɔˈxiːnska ˈbeːla]) is a village in the Municipality of Bled in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia.

Bohinjska Bela lies on the left bank of the Sava Bohinjka River, southwest of Bled Wikipedia Icon.

See

  • Iglica Waterfall (4 km southwest of Bled, in the caves of Iglica, near the village of Bohinjska Bela). 18m high, but very narrow waterfall over a vertical wall of Permian limestone. Popular for rock climbing. If you go up the stairs you have a beautiful view over the whole area. 
  • Babji Zob (Hag's Tooth) Caves (4 km southwest of Bled, near the village of Bohinjska Bela). 300m cave system includes rare helictites (calcium deposits) and a tooth-shaped pillar atop a 1128m peak. Very different than other caves in Slovenia. Three-hour tours take place Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays in the summer. Meet at Bohinjska Bela 34. 

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Wikivoyage contributors, 'Bled', Wikivoyage, The FREE worldwide travel guide that anyone can edit, 20 April 2019, 04:11 UTC, https://en.wikivoyage.org/w/index.php?title=Bled&oldid=3764820 [accessed 28 May 2019]

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58 km
0,2 km
491 m

SI-4240 Bled

 

Heritage building(s)

Bled Island view with Bled Castle in foreground.
Bled Island view with Bled Castle in foreground.
Bled Castle from Bled
Bled Castle from Bled

Bled is a town in Slovenia, on the east side of Lake Bled.

Understand

Bled is a popular destination in Slovenia due to its romantic scenery and access point for Triglav National Park, which offers numerous outdoor adventure opportunities. The town features a little white church on an island in the center of an emerald green mountain lake, with Bled Castle perched high above, amidst the Julian Alps.

See

  • Lake Bled. Formed after the recession of the Bohinj glacier at the end of the Ice Age. As much as 2120 m long and 1380 m wide. Maximum depth is 30.6 m. With no natural tributaries, it is fed by a few springs. 
  • Bled Castle (follow the paths marked Grad for a 15 minute steep climb). 8AM-7PM, until 5PM in winter. A picturesque white and red castle enclosed by a Romanesque wall with parapets, ramparts, and towers. The current incarnation of the castle dates from the 17th century and was restored in the 1950s. The upper courtyard includes a 16th-century chapel decorated with frescoes from 1700 and includes a painting of Henry II conferring Bled to Bishop Albuin. There is a small museum with an exhibition on the castle's history and the usual array of medieval pomp, pageantry and weaponry. However, the items do not include descriptions in any language. The castle terrace offers great views of the lake and island below. There is also a small wine center run by Andre, the monk. There, for the price of a champagne bottle (€15) Andre will teach you how to perform Sabrage, or Sabree, the art of cutting the top of the bottle off with a blade. You can also bottle, label, and wax stamp your own wine right in the cellar with Andre. The wooden steps near the wine cellar lead to small shop that sells various herbs and oils. Go in here for the smell. Adults €10, students €7, children 5€. 
  • Bled Island (By rowboat or pletna - see above). Excavations on the island have revealed the remains of a pre-Romanesque Chapel and a large Slavic cemetery dating to 9 AD. 
    • Church of the Assumption (Cerkev Marijinega Vnebovzetja). 8AM-dusk. The present baroque church dates from 1698. Well preserved frescoes depict scenes from the life of Virgin Mary. Ring the wishing bell, which was installed in the original Gothic church in 1534. The Provost's house and the smaller building behind the church were used as guesthouses. According to local tradition, a husband who can carry his newly married bride the 99 steps up from the dock into the church will be ensured a happy marriage, and ringing the bell in the church will fulfill one of your wishes. €3.

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Wikivoyage contributors, 'Bled', Wikivoyage, The FREE worldwide travel guide that anyone can edit, 20 April 2019, 04:11 UTC, https://en.wikivoyage.org/w/index.php?title=Bled&oldid=3764820 [accessed 28 May 2019]

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