Who else loves Lake Bled

Don’t take my words for granted… check out what others have to say about Lake Bled

TheTimesLake Bled looks too good to be true: a glassy expanse, broken only by a tiny island with a fairytale church spire, and fringed with thick green forests and hard, grey mountain peaks.

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TheTelegraphLake Bled, in the foothills of the Julian Alps, has a magical mountain setting and access to a range of outdoor activities that give it all the appeal of a short break in Switzerland, but without the high prices.

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Stuff-co-nzLake Bled is amazingly beautiful with its clean waters surrounded by the Julian Alps. There is a pretty island in the middle with a centuries-old church on it and it was there that I found my paradise.

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Bled was a nominee for seven new wonders of the world. It is easy to see why. A Slovenian song writer once described the alpine landscape around the lake as “this image of paradise”.  

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HuffingtonPostBled Island is sometimes called Fairytale Island, and it’s probably going to be one of your new favorite places.

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The iconic Bled castle, dating from at least 1004 A.D., is perched on a 430-foot cliff overlooking a pristine lake Bled in the middle of woods and mountains.

Source: Forbes.com


TheGuardianSmall is beautiful … Lake Bled and its island still have the power to entrance.

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Independent.co.uk about Lake BledThe country’s star turn is Lake Bled, with its iconic island church set fair in the centre of the lake.

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BusinessInsiderCheck Out The Incredible Miniature City In The Middle Of A Slovenian Lake.

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LonelyPlanetThe lake is lovely to behold from almost any vantage point, and makes a beautiful backdrop for the 6km walk along the shore.

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