Grand Hotel Prisank

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Borovska cesta 93, Kranjska Gora, 4280, Slovenia
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 25% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples85
  • Solo50
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Transport around Kranjska Gora, Slovenia in September 2008

by Bronterose

We are planning on visiting Kranjska Gora, Slovenia in mid September 2008 and using it as a base for 4 days, however we will not have a hire car at our disposal. Is bus transport regular and reliable around then as we would like to be able to visit different sights from here and if at all possible cross the boarder into Austria seeing it is so close. Could someone please advise?

Re: Transport around Kranjska Gora, Slovenia in September 2008

by leics

Slovenia has a very helpful bus website in English:

and and equally helpful railway website. There is no station at Kranjska Gora: the nearest is Jesnice, 20km away but there are buses from Kranjska Gora. Train times/routes here:

You should be able to find transport for at least some daytrips. From Jesnice it is less than an hour by train to Ljubljana, a tiny jewel of a capital city which you should definitely visit. You can also cross the border from Jesnice to Villach in Austria in 37 minutes.

is better for finding cross-border trains from Jesnice than the Slovenian website. is the official tourist info site.

Re: Transport around Kranjska Gora, Slovenia in September 2008

by stanian

Granted the buses in September are a little less frequent but they are still very reliable a good place to find buses from is: And both of these give good information on buses from Kranjska gora. The previous posting is quite right in saying that the DB website is the best for finding out about trains and that the best cross border options are from Jesenice to Villach and on to Klagenfurt. If you plan to visit Bled you must change at Lesce station then cross the road to catch the bus for Bled vice versa on the return trip.

hope this helps.


Travel Tips for Kranjska Gora

If you are early, you will have time to see more.

by stanian

What I mean by "early" is early morning or early in the year, without the crowds KG can be a different place, try it sometime.
I can't name one most important thing as all of KG is important to me. The one scenic view I think that should not be missed though is the Martuljek mountain range from the meadows near Srednji vrh. I miss the friendly people. All my memories of KG are good but one of the best is the first time I took my friend who is a fussy eater, on arriving at our accomodation he was trying to find out what was for dinner, he was told "steak in mushroom sauce", I could see from his face that he wasn't too happy. We went up to freshen up and I asked if there was a problem "I don't like mushrooms " he said, I knew it of course.
Anyway we went down had a Jagermeister, then went for dinner, when it came he proceeded to put on pepper instead of salt which of course he doesn't like.
I told him to try it and he scoffed the lot and said it was lovely.
Must be the Jagermeister. Dober tek!


by stanian

Do not change your hard earned into Euros before you leave the UK, the rate that you get will not be anywhere near the rate you will get in Kranjska gora.
For example Lloyds tsb on 30/11/07 were offering 1.341 to the pound and SKB in Kranjska gora were offering 1.41 so for every 100 pounds exchanged at Lloyds you lose 7 Euros converted back to UK puonds at the rate in KG equals £5.22 nearly over £5 pound that's about 4 beers or cakes at Charlies.

Poland funs

by croisbeauty

Great number of funs from Poland came here to celebrate the World Cup victory of their national heroe Adam Malysz. Unfortunately, Malysz haven't had his day, the other guys have been much better, in particularly those from Scandinacian countries.


by eden_teuling

A traditional men's alpine skiing World Cup event in which competitors test their skills in slalom and giant slalom on the longest and steepest ski piste in Kranjska gora - THE POKOREN RACING GROUND.

Wonderful event for competitors and lookers-on!


by novsco61

Planica is an alpine valley in northwestern Slovenia,on the south from the border town Ratece, not far from another well known ski resort, Kranjska Gora. Planica is famous for ski jumping. The first ski jumping hill was constructed before 1930 at the slope of the Ponca mountain. In 1934 Stanko Bloudek constructed a larger hill, sometimes also called a mammoth hill. In 1969 a new K-185 hill was constructed by Lado and Janez Gorišek.


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Address: Borovska cesta 93, Kranjska Gora, 4280, Slovenia