* Prices quoted above are based on flights from London Luton Airport and are taken from the Balkan Holidays Winter 2014/15 2nd Edition brochure. Prices are only for guide purposes. Live prices can be obtained by utilizing the holiday search box. Flights available from London Luton or London Stansted Airport.
With favourable weather and snow conditions, Kranjska Gora is an ideal ski resort offering everything you need from skiing and snowboarding to ski jumping, tobogganing and cross country skiing.
About Kranjska Gora
Slovenia's oldest and most established ski resort is a great base for exploring the Julian Alps, located in north west Slovenia and bordering the Triglav National Park to the South, it is a mere 76 kilometres from Ljubljana and 6 kilometers from the borders of both Austria and Italy and boarding the Triglav National Park to the south. With its many hotels, restaurants, casinos and exciting events, if offers plenty for those seeking action and entertainment.
World Cup Alipine Skiing
Kranjska Gora owes its reputation as a first class ski resort to its World Cup alpine skiing races. Each winter the steep slopes of Mount Vitranc host two World Cup events in the alpine – men’s slalom and giant slalom.
Mr. Curtis, Bansko
Overall very good value for money
Ms. Earl, Borovets
Fully recommend holiday for families and ski beginners.
Mrs. Anderson, Borovets
A thoroughly enjoyable holiday. We plan to travel here again next year
Mrs. Storey, Albena
I would like to bring to your attention the fact of how impressed I have been with the excellent service I received whilst on holiday by one of your Balkan Reps. My daughter Jasmine was taken ill and Balkan Rep Tatyana Demerdjieva stepped in and gave us help advice and assistance over and above the call of duty.Tatyana made us feel secure in the knowledge that she was available even on days off if we needed her assistance, even during the night if we needed her. She is the best holiday Representative that we have ever met in all the holidays we have had. Thanks Tanya, thanks Balkan.