Enjoy the stunning and varied landscapes full of 1st class (yet unknown!) trails in the Alpe-Adria region.
Explore the Alpe-Adria region’s rich culture by bike!
“From start to finish, Matajur’s epic downhill has to be one of the best, yet least-known rides of my life.” – Active Traveller
4 reasons why Slovenia should be your next cycling holiday or mountain bike trip destination!
“With farmhouse pit stops, wine-festival detours, and endless alpine climbs, this is a bike rider’s paradise ” – Bicycling Magazine
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We did the translovenia 1 with 14 guys from Belgium. It was a wonderful experience. We are impressed by the beautiful country and the openness of the people. Our guide... read more Andrej was very pleasant. It was nice that he knew a lot about the history of the country. He is also flexible and pleasant to deal with. We rent hardtail, fully and e-bikes. They were all from a very good quality. Congratulations to Good-place who has made this trip work so well ! …
I visited Slovenia for the first time with a group of friends. We like to be active, so we decided to explore the country on a bike. The Visit Goodplace... read more team was amazing! They gave us great information and advice, and also offered us top...More
I just completed a three day tour with master-guide, Petra Draskovic Pelc. She is the most knowledgable, switched-on and fun guide that I can imagine, and I have been a... read more tour operator myself. The countryside was beautiful and full of animal sign - we did see wolf and bear prints in the mud - and we heard all sorts of owls and roe and red dear engaged in rutting behavior. The European virgin forest was fabulous. Petra went all out to make sure I and our party of four others had a top notch experience. This trip (more like a wilderness adventure) has my wholehearted recommendation. …
Long distance hiking trail E7 runs across Slovenia, from West to East and takes about 30 days to walk.