Magičan i idiličan, tako bi opisala Bled. Tko nije bio, svakako odite, nećete zažaliti. Dečko i ja smo pronašli ponudu koja je bila vrlo povoljna i u jednom smo danu posjetili Bled i Ljubljanu, o kojoj ću pričati u sljedećem postu. Zaista se sve stigne, mi smo imali po 3 sata slobodnog vremena u oba grada.
What to see in Bled? Apart from being situated on the beautiful Lake Bled (local Blejsko jezero), on the lake is a small island with the church and wishing bell which binds to interesting legend about Poliksena and her love story. The island can be reached by boat driven by local residents, but we had to leave that for another time.
What is really worth is to climb to the Bled castle, it took us about 10-15 min, and a view of the mountains, the city and the lake will not leave you indifferent.
Posjet Bledu naravno ne može proći bez kušanja Bledske kremšnite za koju Slovenci kažu da izvorno dolazi s Bleda. Mi smo je kušali na terasi hotela Park uz divan pogled na jezero i dvorac. Inače, na svakom ulazu u hotel, kafić ili slastičarnu imaju naljepnicu ako nude kremšnitu po izvornom receptu te bi ista trebala biti veličine 7x7 cm. Bila je prefina i definitivno se vraćamo opet!
Visiting Bled can't be complete without tasting the Bled cream cake which Slovenes say that originally comes from Bled. We tried it on the terrace of the Hotel Park with a superb view of the lake and castle. Otherwise, at every entrance to the hotel, cafe or pastry shop they have a sticker if they offer a cream cake with the original recipe and the same would have to be the size of 7x7 cm. It was delicious and we are definitely going back!