Eurobound Celebrates Europe’s 2016 Green Capital

New 9-Day Itinerary Explores Slovenia

Eurobound is celebrating Slovenia’s designation as the European Commission’s Green Capital for 2016, with a new, 9-day package exploring the country.

The “Slovenia: Hidden Gem” package is designed for discerning clients who want to explore an undiscovered European destination, and for those who love nature, wine, and food.  The itinerary covers Slovenia, from the Mediterranean to the Alps, taking in cypress-dotted hillsides, small villages and towns, castles and caves.

Featured are three nights in the capital, Ljubliana, known for its many green areas and its all-pedestrian city center.  Two nights each are spent in Portoroz on the Mediterranean coast, and at Otocec Castle Hotel near the famous Karst Caves.  A converted castle in the Brda wine region is also home for one night.

Slovenia-Lake Bled

Lake Bled

Highlights include a day trip to Lake Bled and Bohinj in the Alps, a private Karst Cave tour, a visit to the Soline Salt Pans, and boat rides on Lake Bled and on the Ljubljanica River.  Nightly gourmet dinners, private tours, two wine tastings and a cheese tasting are among other included experiences.

Land prices for the deluxe package begin at $5,575 per person, and include accommodations, private touring, 8 dinners, boat rides, and private transfer from Ljubljana to Portoroz upon arrival.  Itineraries are customizable, and guaranteed in U.S. dollars.

About Eurobound

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Now celebrating its 20th year, Eurobound provides distinctive packages and itineraries for independent travelers and small groups, sold exclusively through travel agents.  Specializing in personalized travel to Europe, Eurobound is a winner of the French Affairs Award for Best Niche Tour Operator, 2015.

For more information, see your travel agent.  Further details are available on Eurobound’s web site:



Linda Kundell

Kundell Communications