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Lake Bled in Slovenia will take your breath away!

Lake Bled in Slovenia will take your breath away!

When mentioning Slovenia, Lake Bled is probably the most frequently used combination of two words. In fact, lately Lake Bled  has been one of the most mentioned amazing “new” hot places of nature in Europe! Therefore, dear Visitor, we would like you to sit down and enjoy while looking at some photos we took of this stunning place.

Photos: Samo Šmarčan

Slovenia’s Jewel of Nature

There is so much beauty to take in, from the stunning lake itself, picture-postcard church on an islet, a medieval castle on a rocky cliff, the striking peaks of the Julian Alps in the background … The best idea is to walk around the lake, which normally takes from 1 hour to 1,5 hour.

You will enjoy seeing Lake Bled in any season of the year! It is Spring time now, and this is what amount of beauty awaits you at the Slovenia’s most visited lake.

An island with the church at the Lake Bled
An island with the church in the middle of the lake. A nice (pletna) boat ride will get you there in less than 15 minutes.
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A view at Bled castle at the top of a rocky cliff. You can also visit the castle and get the glimpse of the like from “above”.
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The beautiful scenery is everywhere.
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You can take a ride to lake’s island with one of the local “pletna” boats. The visitors are sometimes so inspired with the scenery, especially with the view of the Julian Alps, that they start singing the songs from the  “The Sound of Music”!
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Checking the lake’s temperature. It is still too cold for a swim. But not for everyone. Some people get into the lake all year round (unless its frozen).
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One little boat is away. Must be enjoying the round around the lake.
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Stop and enjoy looking at the lake. Some say that the lake itself has healing powers.



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