Staying in Slovenia’s capital while skiing in the highlands of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps, you will experience a maximum dose of fun on this ski break in Ljubljana!
You will ski in the presence of one of the most magnificent views in Slovenia, a view of the Ljubljana Basin and its surroundings, which is especially enchanting during wintertime sunsets.
In addition, the Krvavec ski resort allows you to descend from the top of the Zvoh mountain. Stopping there for a minute and taking in the views is something we highly recommend!
The ski resort is only 8 kilometers away from the airport and 25 kilometers away from your point of residence, so you will waste virtually no time transporting between places.
Your days full of carefree skiing and your afternoons filled with apres-ski activities of your choosing, there is hardly anything else you could squeeze in there!
Whether you decide on nighttime partying, indulging in culinary delights, sightseeing, or anything else on your mind, Ljubljana is the place to do it.
Besides taking care of the accommodation, we also provide you with a ski pass, 24/7 support in case of any emergency, and help to find the best apres-ski activities for you. The skiing fun should be the only thing on your mind in this hassle-free holiday while we coordinate everything else.
We are confident that visiting Ljubljana and skiing at Krvavec will charm you and create many unforgettable memories you will fondly remember for years to come.
The second largest Slovenian ski resort is in the Kamnik-Savinja Alps mountain range, just 8 kilometers from the Brnik airport. Stunning views and diverse terrain of various technical difficulties produce a perfect ski break amid the Alps and northern flatlands.
As Slovenia’s capital, it is a hub for an array of various activities. It boasts a well-preserved old town in the city center, typical for European cities, reigned over by the mighty Ljubljana Castle. In addition, Ljubljana bears the title of one of the culinary and green capitals of Europe. It puts you in the heart of all possible festivities in a big city, yet offers a lot of parks and an option to swiftly leave the urban areas behind and find yourself surrounded by nature. Its central location makes it a perfect starting point for additional endeavors elsewhere in Slovenia.
We are always looking for the perfect fit for you. We use a few different accommodation providers that fit our standards, but they are subject to availability, especially in the high season. We can adjust it to your preferences and budget and always find a more suitable solution to your taste.
Our tour caters to a wide age range, from the youngest skiing enthusiasts who come with their families to people in their twenties and the most experienced old troupers. We design holidays at your own pace, and you will enjoy them no matter your age. Age is simply a state of mind, as they say, and we welcome anyone.
We don’t require any specific fitness level from you. You will choose your own pace, style of skiing, and the ski slopes you prefer.
Traveling light is the key. Make sure you have sufficient layers of breathable clothing to ensure that you are always warm enough and can remove a layer if you get too hot. You can also discuss the current weather conditions with your travel manager a week before you arrive. Regarding ski equipment, you can bring your own, or we can provide rental pieces according to your wishes.
Our price of Ski Holidays does not include:
– International airfare
– travel and sports insurance
– food and drinks if not noted otherwise
Yes, no problem! In Slovenia, you can find many ski slopes appropriate for beginners. If you don’t feel comfortable skiing on your own, we suggest taking our ski school program, where you will ski in a group with a ski instructor and make the best progress.
A tourist and promotion tax is a fee every visitor must pay for each overnight stay wherever in Slovenia. It consists of two parts: each municipality charges a tourist tax fee, which goes towards financing and maintenance of tourist facilities in the area, and the Slovenian Tourist Board charges a promotion tax, which they use to promote Slovenia. The tax rates vary depending on the municipality – from 1.5€ in some locations to 3.13€ in Ljubljana or Bled (charged per person and night).
We adjust the itinerary for every client separately. If you want to try different winter activities or do some sightseeing, let us know, and we will be happy to organize them for you! 😊
The best time for skiing is in January and February when the weather conditions are the most stable. Otherwise, the ski resorts in Slovenia usually open their slopes for business in the second half of December, but the proportion of open ski runs depends on the snow conditions.