World of DMCs network member for Slovenia, Atlas Express DMC Slovenia, has put together three different experiences to highlight exactly what is on offer in this amazing country for MICE, Group and Incentive travellers.
Postojna Cave is the home of the breath-taking five-metre-tall bright-white stalagmite called Brilliant and the world’s first railway in an underground cave, opened in 872. It is also the home of baby dragons!
With Atlas Express, your group or incentive can take a private ride on the underground train and enjoy a 3.7-km-long journey on the world’s only double-track cave railway. The wonderful Murano-glass chandeliers hanging from the ceiling of Postojna Cave’s Dance Hall make for a fairy-tale atmosphere.
Just like the world above the surface, Postojna Cave boasts towering mountains, murmuring rivers and vast subterranean halls. It is a real challenge for explorers and the cradle of speleobiology (cave biology, a branch of biology dedicated to the study of organisms that live in caves and are collectively referred to as troglofaunal)
Enjoy a private visit to the Postojna cave, with customized entertainment for special groups visiting one of the most well-known destinations within Slovenia. A private ride on the underground train into the cave and ending the day with a sparkling wine reception at the Concert Hall.
Slovenia has just 47km of coastline on the Adriatic Sea, but it certainly makes the most of it. Three seaside towns – Koper, with its medieval core, Izola, known for its good restaurants, and glorious Piran – are full of important Venetian Gothic architecture, and have clean beaches, boats for rent and rollicking bars.
Board the Slovenian Sea in Portoroz for a Sailing Experience and gourmet dinner, courtesy of Atlas Express DMC, followed by a dinner reception in the salt fields. The extensive buffet will highlight some of the most recognizable ingredients of the local gastronomy. Connecting local produce with the best wine makers, creating an unforgettable experience.
Piran is a resort city on Slovenia’s Adriatic coast, known for its long pier and Venetian architecture. Tartini Square is flanked by the Gothic red Venetian House and the frescoed Tartini House. The latter is the birthplace of violinist Giuseppe Tartini. The 19th-century town hall has a stone lion, a symbol of the former Republic of Venice. St. George’s Cathedral, nearby, has 17th-century paintings and marble altars.
Piran is known for its medieval architecture, with narrow streets and compact houses. Enjoy a gourmet dinner under the stars in this, one of the oldest Slovenian towns. Hidden in the heart of the Adriatic jewel, the garden is the perfect location for the evening get together.
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