Maribor is wonderfully nestled in the embrace of the green Pohorje mountains on one side and the picturesque wine-growing hills on the other. The city is located by the Drava River and in its centre grows the oldest, over 450 years old, vine in the world. Maribor is the European Capital of Culture 2012, Timber rafting city 2012, Silver Slovenia Green Destination, European City of Sport 2018 and the city of the oldest vine in the world, attracting many visitors from all over the world to the Old Vine House. The city is famous for exceptional sports, cultural and wine-culinary events.
We invite you to cycle along the Drava cycling route, wine-growing hills and around the city of Maribor!
• tourist and promotional tax - € 2,50 per person, per day. For children from 12 to 18 years of age 1,25 € per day
|For 2 persons||164,00 €
The cycling route along Drava runs through 4 countries (Italy, Austria, Slovenia, and Croatia) and has a total length of about 710km.
The route begins right next to the source of Drava on Toblach Field (Toblach) in Italy. It then continues through Austria, Slovenia, and finally Croatia (where the route is not yet fully arranged and marked).
Information on the Drava Cycling Route: https://dravabike.si/en/info/drava-cycling-route
Get your map: https://dravabike.si/en/info/get-your-map
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