Slovenias rich culinary history has its roots firmly planted in both Italian and Austrian fare. The cooking portion of the tour will focus on organic farm (and forest) to table cuisine with an emphasis on seasonality and sustainability. At the Novak Lodge, the group will work with the freshest ingredients available from the river, the forest and backyard garden. In addition to the cooking classes there will be plenty of time for day trips to nearby towns, castles, and vineyards, before returning to the warm hearth and comfort of the lodge in the evening.
Romantic, comfortable, intimate, charming, uniquely designed. Nestled in the pedestrian zone in the quiet part of the historical city centre, at the foot of the Castle Hill, it is part of the sweetest areas of the Ljubljana old town. It offers buffet breakfast, complimentary Wi-Fi connectivity covers the whole place, even the hotel garden. The Antiq Hotel has 16 rooms and a number of conference facilities suitable for small sized groups.
A lodge in Sadinja, a village over the Krka river. Spacious rooms, lush garden, traditional barn and hayrack, and a tennis court nearby. Located about 45 minutes drive from Llubljana.
Slovenia, nestled between Italy, Austria, Hungary and Croatia, has been getting a lot of attention lately from savvy travelers. With its medieval villages, storybook castles, cosmopolitan cities, and lush green forest, theres something for everyone. After a few days in the picturesque capital of Ljubljana, the group will move on to the Krka Valley with its rolling hills, charming villages and farmhouses.