Road Cycling Tour Slovenia

Taste the freedom of the road on this urban-meets-rural road cycling tour from Ljubljana.

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Duration

3 - 4 h

Trail Length

80 km

Elevation

1200 m

Difficulty

Challenging

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Price: 

79 €

Included in road cycling tour Slovenia price

Professional guide

Extras on cycling Slovenia tour

Rent a bike
Helmet
79 € per person

Description of Slovenia biking tour

Join a professional local cyclist on this amazing one-day road cycling tour that starts and finishes in Ljubljana. You will venture into the open countryside of the Ljubljana Basin, ascend a hill for some panoramic views, and then make a dash through the meadows and fields of rural Slovenia to relax in the streets of Slovenia’s vibrant capital.

Ljubljana has all the perks of a modern city while successfully maintaining the coziness of a small town. As the European Green Capital 2016, Ljubljana is no stranger to sustainability and is one of the most cyclist-friendly places you’ll ever visit. Whether you’re on a longer stay or just passing through the most beautiful city in Europe and happen to be a passionate cyclist, this package is meant for you.     

This guided One-Day Road Cycling Tour begins in Ljubljana and takes you deep into the incredibly picturesque countryside of the capital’s immediate surroundings. One of the main advantages of cycling in Slovenia are good quality roads and light traffic, so expect to feel the freedom of the road from start to finish. As you whiz out of the urban area, the route remains flat while the scenery already changes dramatically as houses are replaced by open fields. The trail is very popular among locals, with sections of it running along the famous Franja Marathon. We’ll wind our way along the foothills of the Polhov Gradec Dolomites, part of the gorgeous pre-Alpine hilly region of north-western Slovenia, and ascend the highest peak Sv. Trije Kralji (Three Holy Kings) with a church of the same name. The 850 m summit offers spectacular views and doubles as our quick pit-stop. Our tour will then descend into the lowlands, past the scenic municipality of Horjul, and back to Ljubljana for a nice refreshing drink.

No bike? No problem. If you don’t have your own bike, we can provide you with a rental: a high-performance road bike fitted to your dimensions. The tour itself is led by a local English-speaking professional cyclist who will make sure the pace is suited to your needs. All you have to do is enjoy the ride!

Highlights on the bike tour

  • The tour starts in Ljubljana
  • Cycling in a scenic natural environment
  • Well-maintained asphalt roads with light traffic
  • A diverse tour with a healthy flat and uphill combo
  • Cycling is a local pastime, so you’ll feel right at home

What to bring on Slovenia cycling tour

  • Road cycling jersey and pants
  • Cycling shoes (if you are renting a bike, let us know in advance what type of pedals you need)
  • Water bottle

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A perfect choice if you find yourself in Ljubljana without a bike and a plan, those guys take care of everything. The route was superb and the bike was very nice.
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Gabe Ellis
It amazing how you can make such a diverse route out of the capital. Very nice tarmac, not much traffic and breathtaking views over the hills of Ljubljana area.
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Ashton Cox
Usually those kind of tours are more touristic but those guys are the real deal. The tempo was solid, the bikes are super fast and we did some serious cycling done. Great team, thank you for your company!
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Taylor Foster
  • A perfect choice if you find yourself in Ljubljana without a bike and a plan, those guys take care of everything. The route was superb and the bike was very nice.
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    Gabe Ellis
  • It amazing how you can make such a diverse route out of the capital. Very nice tarmac, not much traffic and breathtaking views over the hills of Ljubljana area.
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    Ashton Cox
  • Usually those kind of tours are more touristic but those guys are the real deal. The tempo was solid, the bikes are super fast and we did some serious cycling done. Great team, thank you for your company!
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    Taylor Foster

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I wear ?

The weather on the tour is going to be similar to the weather in Ljubljana. If not sure how much to dress it is better to take more clothes and leave excess in the office after consulting with guide.

How many people will be in a group?

We believe that your experience will be better if the group is smaller, so there will be max 12 guests per guide.

Who will be our guide?

All our tours are guided with a professional local cycling enthusiasts that will make sure that you will have great fun.

What should I bring with me?

Bring a bottle of water (you can always refill it), sun protection and shoes. You can also bring your own pedals or let us know what type you need. We can provide bikes, helmets and first aid kit.

What in case of bad weather?

Even though Slovenia is small, it has quite diverse climate, so it is not unusual that there is nice weather somewhere else. In that case, you will be kindly suggested a different tour where the weather will be nice. If it doesn’t suit you or the weather is too bad for cycling, you will get a full refund.

Am I fit enough?

The tour is suitable for serious recreational cyclists that are used to cycling in a group. Tempo will be adjusted to our guests, however you should be able to cycle for 80km on a diverse terrain.

Is the tour kid friendly?

Good young cyclists with their own bikes are welcome on the tour as long as they can keep up with the group.

What should I wear for road cycling tour Slovenia?

The weather on the tour is going to be similar to the weather in Ljubljana. If not sure how much to dress it is better to take more clothes and leave excess in the office after consulting with the guide.

How many people will be in a bike group?

We believe that your experience will be better if the group is smaller, so there will be max. 12 guests per guide.

Who will be our guide on Slovenia cycling tour?

All our tours are guided by professional local guides who will make sure you have a great time.

What should I bring with me on bike tour?

Bring a bottle of water (you can always refill it), sunscreen and shoes. You can also bring your own pedals or let us know what type you need. We can provide bikes, helmets and a first aid kit. 

What happens in the event of bad weather?

Even though Slovenia is small, it has quite a diverse climate, so it is not unusual for the weather to be better in another part of the country. In that case, we will suggest a different tour where the weather will be nice. If it doesn’t suit you or the weather is too bad for cycling, you will get a full refund.

Am I fit enough for Slovenia biking tour?

The tour is suitable for serious recreational cyclists who are used to cycling in a group. The tempo will be adjusted to our guests, however, you should be able to cycle for 80 km on diverse terrain.

Is the bike tour kid friendly?

Good young cyclists with their own bikes are welcome on the tour as long as they can keep up with the group.

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