Above the clouds ... staying guests not only literally in Bellevue Pohorje in Slovenia.Those who take the steep path to the top by cable car or the car to be rewarded here with superb views,a friendly and courteous service,wonderful spa and thanks to today's deal from Spa Maribor with a heavenly discount of up to 54% discount.
The deal under the microscope
- Option 1: 2 nights for 2 persons for 140 instead of € 280
- Option 2: 4 nights for 2 people 269 instead of € 560
- Option 3: 7 nights for 2 persons 449 instead of € 980
With redeeming the voucher are the terms and conditions of the partner - to inquire on - accepted.
That certain something
... other voices say:
"Hotel with all comfort,very good breakfast buffet,in September,a few guests,but we could use the spa area free of charge,mountain bikers are welcome,the bikes can be adjusted appropriately." (A Hotels.com Traveller) "Actually,we were in all areas were very happy with the hotel and recommend it to you. But you should be aware that it is the END of the cable car station in the middle of Pohorje of around 1, 000 meters. By car,the hotel is only accessible via a winding road on the back side of the mountain (about 30 minutes outside of Maribor).If you take but a fantastic view over Maribor,a 15-minute,cheap cable car ride to purchase one (A TripAdvisor Member) is correct in this hotel. "(AK)
Maribor presented spa on Groupon.de
THE POSTOJNA CAVES; AND OTHER TOURIST CAVES IN SLOVENIA
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Yes, in the 1990s.2011-03-01 10:05:03 by Constellation21
Ceacescu was rough on the city. He tore out the entire center, leaving it a big empty lot. I'm afraid there is not much left. However, the Romanian countryside is beautiful and accessible. Take a bus to Bran, site of Dracula's castle, and hike into the stunningly beautifuly Translyvanian Alps. Take the train to Sinaia, an old Hapsburg mountain resort with a Grand Hotel and very pretty palace. Al...a was inexpensive, lodging and food were of good quality, other an Burcharest (and Alba Ulia), the cities were pretty. Also, take the train to Efrorie Nord on the coast. It has the delightful feel of an old communist workers resort (which I like, no kidding) and beautiful views of the Black Sea. In the 1990s, Romania had not yet become a traffic-jam country (like Slovenia), it may still be nice.
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