The Ljubljana Marshes and Tito's Limousines
© Jure Korber
© Dejan Javornik
© Elo Mihevc
Get to know the natural attractions of the Ljubljana Marshes and explore the Technical Museum of Slovenia, one of Slovenia's most interesting museums, which keeps, among other things, a collection of limousines owned by the late president of the Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia, Josip Broz Tito (1892–1980).
Your trip to the Ljubljana Marshes will include a visit to the Mali Plac Nature Reserve in the surrounding area of the town of Vrhnika, where you will explore the remains of Europe's southernmost raised bog. At the nearby Jurč Peat Bog, you will be able to see and feel the area's peat ground.
The Technical Museum of Slovenia, located in the vicinity of Vrhnika, is the country's largest museum. It is housed in Bistra Castle, formerly an abbey, and surrounded by a scenic park with a fish pond and a forest nature trail. Particularly outstanding among its numerous collections of technical heritage is the collection of Tito's limousines, which tells a lot about the late president's lifestyle.
The price includes return transfer from Ljubljana to the actual tour departure point, tourist guidance, and admission to the museum.
1 April – 30 September: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday at 8:30.
Five to six hours.
Number of participants
The tour requires a minimum of two people to operate.
Your hotel or another place to be agreed on booking.
- €5.00 for an optional lunch at the Gostilna Bistra traditional restaurant.
Optional extras such as additional activities or visits to additional sights are payable in cash during the trip.