Ljubljana Urban Adventure SUP Tour
Ljubljana is the green capital of a green country. The image of the town by a river with picturesque bridges and a marketplace was designed by the famous architect Joze Plecnik. The town of a thousand events is surrounded by parks and natural protected areas.
Paddle-boarding in Ljubljana is a unique experience, as Ljubljana is currently the only European capital that offers an intimate experience of stand-up paddle-boarding through the very heart of town.
The sup tour will take you on a journey in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, offering unique views of the castle, iconic city sights, architectural heritage of Jože Plečnik and hustle and bustle of the streets
You will paddle-board towards the heart of the city on a river bordered by willow trees, glide under the famous Three Bridges, relax near the Dragon Bridge and take in the pulse of Ljubljana!
Paddle boarding on Ljubljanica river provides an excellent way to see the city and its main attractions.
- Spica Caffe - entry and exit point
- Three Bridges to Dragon Bridge
- St Peter's Bridge - end point
Things to Know
- Keep an eye out for tourist Boats on the river and strong currents after heavy rain
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