Tea Party at Count Blagaj's

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This excursion takes you to Polhov Gradec, a picturesque village in the middle of the Polhov Gradec Hill Range made famous in the 19th century by Count Ursini Blagaj.

Count Blagaj was one of the most active figures in the Enlightenment Movement in Slovenia and a botanist who Daphne blagayana, a flowering shrub protected for over a hundred years, was named after. The excursion takes you to his home, the Polhov Gradec Mansion, where you will attend a tea party hosted by Count Blagaj and learn, among other things, the reason why in 1838 Count Blagaj was visited by King Frederick Augustus II of Saxony. 


1 November 2013 to 31 October 2014: Fridays at 14:30.


Four hours. 

Departure point

The excursion departs from the Slovenian Tourist Information Centre (STIC) at no. 10 Krekov trg square or by arrangement from hotels and youth hostels in Ljubljana. 

Number of participants

The excursion requires a minimum of two people to operate. 

Language options

Slovenian, English.

German, Italian, French, Croatian, Serbian. Prior arrangement is required.


  • €57.00 for adults
  • €40,00 for children under 14 years old

The price includes admission to the museum, a living-history welcome event, a tea party, guidance, and transfers.

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