It is not a myth; this is how Bled is described by the media and by the majority of those who have ever set foot in this town. The green lake as backdrop, a small island with a church on top, and a thousand year-old castle sitting on a cliff make for unforgettable scenery. In this beautiful town in the heart of Europe, people find perfection and harmony filling them with peace and life energy, enabling them to successfully tackle the challenges of everyday and business life. Remote from everyday stress, yet modern and competitive, Bled has always been known as a popular meeting venue, with infrastructure and domestic knowledge enabling the organisation of highest-level international and domestic events. Due to the abundance of natural and cultural heritage in the area, Bled places special emphasis on environment protection and support for the development of green products. Bled is the best home for green meetings.

This year they hosted the Bled meeting of PEN (meeting of poets and authors from around the globe), World Rowing championship (with over 3,000 participants) and the Bled Strategic Forum. The largest congress centre, the Bled Festival Hall can host congresses and other events with up to 500 participants. Besides the great hall it offers 2 smaller halls and during congresses requiring smaller halls, they offer cooperation with nearby hotels. Most halls are offered at Sava Hotels Bled. The largest hall in Golf hotel can accept up to 350 participants and has a large exhibition space, halls are also offered in hotels Kompas, Lovec, Vila Bled and others. The advantage of Bled is that everything is within walking distance through the incredible natural environment of Lake Bled.

Accommodation capacities in Bled:

87 rooms in 5 star hotels

637 rooms in 4 star hotels

461 rooms in 3 star hotels

378 rooms in tourist apartments

Bled Tourist Board

Cesta svobode 11
4260 Bled
T: +386 (0)4 57 80 504
F: +386 (0)4 57 80 501




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