BIKE SLOVENIA GREEN: Capitals Route
Bike Slovenia Green: Capitals Route cycling tour is the second tour in the world connecting destinations that have been awarded with a sustainability certificate by developing their tourism in a responsible way. Even more, all destinations included in the tour have obtained the prestigious Slovenia Green Gold label. Help our planet by exploring Slovenia on a bike!
This unique cycling tour is your perfect pick for a quick and green getaway to beautiful Slovenia. It combines three of our cherished regional centres – Ljubljana as the urban capital, Kočevsko as the capital of nature, and Bela krajina as the cultural capital.
Ljubljana is our beautiful capital city. Sitting on a river and full of restaurants, museums, and terrace cafes, it is a perfect place to start the three-region itinerary. Being cosmopolitan and green is the new thing. Kočevsko Region possess one of the world’s most important natural areas: the UNESCO-protected Krokar primeval beech forest. The area is perfect for bear-watching and just enjoying nature. This is a must for all those who love the outdoors. The Bela krajina region is Slovenia’s culture capital. This is the place where traditions, food, and wine meet. We invite you to investigate all the wonderful restaurants and vineyards.
This cycling tour is technically undemanding, but includes some long cycling stages. We will happily adjust the tour for you and add more overnight stops, while train can also be used as an alternative, but still environmentally-friendly mean of transport, to cut some kilometres.
- Cycling holidays in sustainable tourist destinations
- Ljubljana Central Market with fresh regional produce
- Ljubljana Marshes Nature Park, the largest marsh area in the country
- Tracing footprints of wild animals in Kočevsko forests
- Authentic local dishes of Bela krajina
- Wine tasting in Metlika
Why are our Bike Slovenia Green tours special?
Because they connect only destinations that have been awarded the Slovenia Green certificate by committing to a green future and developing their tourism in a sustainable manner.