Bicycling in Bled
The best way to discover Bled is by bike. Rent a bike and off you go or book a guided tour to find the hidden treasures of the area. Or if you’d rather not break a sweat, rent an e-bike at the tourism information centre.
Special softly mobile services in the Pearl
From Lesce-Bled train station, take a taxi cab or regular bus to your final destination.
From Bled-Jezero train station, take the horse-drawn carriage or the unhurried little choo-choo train to Bled centre.
Individual pickup services can be arranged with your lodging.
The comfortable ski bus takes you to the nearby Vogel and Krvavec ski areas in the winter.
If you’d rather avoid carbon emissions, rent a bike and off you go or participate in a guided tour. E-bikes are available at the Tourist Information Centre.
Let somebody else do the work: use an e-boat or a “Pletna” boat (traditional wooden row boat) to cross the lake.
Make sure you visit Bled Castle – buses shuttle between Bled and the castle at regular intervals.
The automated bike sharing system 'Bled. Green Ways' offers rental options at 4 docking stations with a total number of 24 bikes available.
Summer weekends have their own attraction, especially popular with the kids: every 45 minutes, a slow local choo-choo train takes you to the most beautiful places around the lake.
Car rental is readily available to help you explore the spectacular surroundings of Bled.
Row boat rentals are plentiful to let you explore the beauty of Lake Bled.
Traditional horse-drawn carriages take you around the lake or to fabulous tourist attractions in the area.
16 charging stations and 32 parking lots for e-vehicles make it possible to travel emission free to Bled. The charging of e-vehicles on public chargers is free.
Useful information: reservation, trip, lodging
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