Lake Bled Travel Guide | Day Trip from Ljubljana, Slovenia

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Well good morning good morning from Ljubljana. This is like the earliest we’ve been up and
it is so foggy and it is kind of like what is going on. I can’t remember a place where we’ve been
sleeping in as much as we have. Like it is such a good mattress. It has been so embarrassing. There has been a couple of days where I’ve
got up at like 10 or ten thirty. Yeah. Usually eight thirty or nine for me. Yeah. But we got up early. We woke up at like seven or seven thirty today. And yeah, we’re out the door by eight fifty
one and this is our last day in Slovenia so we’ve got a day trip. Yes, we are going to Lake Bled. It is supposed to be one of the most magical
lakes in Europe. So it should be fun. We’re going to make our way to the bus terminal
and go from there. Alright Sam, time to breathe like a dragon. Perfect t-shirt weather. You can see my breath. Yeah, exactly. Perfect t-shirt weather. Haha. Totally makes sense right? Alright, so we finally got our tickets. We accidentally walked into the train station
but this is the bus terminal right here. And um I just got one way tickets because
I was put on the spot and I didn’t know if we could like use the return ticket whenever
we wanted or if it is a fixed time. So we paid 7 Euros and eighty cents. That is only one way and yeah now we have
to wait until ten o’clock because it only leaves once every hour and we just missed
the other one. Yeah, so that is about a forty minute wait. And for anyone visiting after us the bus leaves
from platform number seven. Lake Bled is probably the most popular day
trip you can take from Ljubljana. This is a lake that sits on the Julian Alps,
and in the middle of the lake you have a small island with a church – it’s about as picturesque
as it gets and it draws massive crowds, but first, the journey there. Alright guys we’ve made it into town. We’re in Bled and we are starving. It is probably like eleven thirty or twelve. It was a long journey. A bit of traffic towards the end. Yeah. So first things is first. We’re going to grab some lunch. Food number one priority. Let’s do this. It is always our number one priority. So here we are. All settled in the restaurant. And it didn’t take us long to start like feasting
on the bread basket. Yeah, they brought us a nice big basket. It is really spongy bread. It is nice. It tastes really good. And yeah, we’ve ordered some different things
and we’re so hungry we can’t wait for it to arrive. Okay, so my first dish has arrived. I ordered something that was labeled as Mushroom
Cappuccino Soup. So really hoping it tastes nothing like coffee. Haha. But yeah it kind of had like some whipped
cream on top. Give it a stir. And yeah, look you can see the mushrooms in
there. Oh yeah. It looks so good and it is so chilly out today. Like I’m freezing and I don’t know how Sam
is walking around in a t-shirt but it is perfect like soup weather. Yeah, like I’m underdressed but luckily the
sun has come out. When it was foggy this morning I have to admit
I was a bit chilly. Mmmm. That is really nice. So the main dishes have arrived at the table
and they are these massive portions. They are really big. I got myself the risotto with chicken and
vegetables. Honestly this is probably enough for two people
and I’ve already had an entree. So yeah. But it looks so good. It is really hot but it is still steaming. But let’s try it. Oh, look at that. So hot. Piping hot. So hot. Piping hot. Mmmm. But it has a really nice tomato base sauce. It is so good. It is almost a little bit soupy to be honest. It is like halfway between like a risotto
and a soupy risotto. Haha. A soupy risotto. Mmmm. So onto my main. I ordered a pasta and it comes with cheese
sauce and salmon. Ooh. And again the portions are huge here. Oh my gosh. It looks like a bit of dill as well. Yeah. We’re going to do a lot it is a good thing
we’re going to be walking around the lake after this. Yeah, around the lake and up to the castle
as well so. Yeah. We might have to do a couple of laps. Haha. I think one single loop takes between and
hour and a half and two. Well, so we only have time for one. Hmmm. Good stuff. It is really nice. It is really nice pasta and we’re almost forgetting
your entree arrived. Oh right I got the croquettes. Let’s try it. What is inside? Is it liked mashed potato. Yeah. It looks like it is hot too by the way you
are chewing. That is really hot. Oh my gosh. Hot. I’m suffering. So we are now done our lunch and since we
are right by the castle that is going to be our next stop. But this is going to be a challenge because
the castle is on a really steep hill and well we just had risotto and pasta and bread and
lots of heavy foods. So we’re going to be hauling our bodies up. But let’s go. Alright and according to the sign it is only
15 minutes to the top so that seems manageable. We are currently buying our tickets. Yeah, they are 10 Euros a pop. 10 Euros per person. And look at that sign. What does that sign say people? No drones. No drones. We were debating whether to take it so we
definitely made the right call. We didn’t bring it. It would have been an amazing flight but totally
illegal. Bled Castle is a medieval castle that was
built on a cliff rising 130 meters over Lake Bled. According to written sources, this is the
oldest castle in Slovenia, first being mentioned in a document from the year 1011. The castle is set up around two courtyards
which are connected with a staircase. Once you’re there, you can visit the chapel,
check out some of the exhibits, watch a demonstration at the castle forge, or eat at the castle
coffee shop or restaurant. So you picked up something. Yeah, so wherever I go every new country I
try to get a magnet for my Mom’s collection. And look at the one here. Oh that is cute. She maybe seeing this before she gets it in
December. Depending on when this video is published. Now we go up the defence wall for some views
and some defence. And some defense. So we just finished visiting the castle. Yeah we sure did. Overall thoughts? Overall thoughts. The castle itself was really cool. There was some amazing views but I didn’t
find the exhibits or the theme rooms that particularly interesting. I think you come for the views and to kind
of just walk around the castle and explore it. Yeah, honestly I think it is a little bit
overpriced at 10 Euros. 10 Euros. If I’m being honest. Seven. We should lower it to seven. Make it five. Make it five. There we go. Sam is currently throwing a fit. Sam is throwing a fit. I’m not throwing a fit I was just telling
Audrey like could you please try to film me with a more flattering angle. Haha. It is so annoying when you shoot upwards. Shooting up towards my chin. He just finished ranting about me making him
look bad on camera. Yeah. Right as this group of English speakers went
by and they’re all looking at him like what? Haha. After the castle visit, we hiked back down
and started our walk along Lake Bled because we were still feeling pretty stuffed from
lunch. Little did we know this would take us several
hours to complete. And so this over here is someone’s house. Imagine living there. What a view. Loaded. What a view. Yeah, they’ve got a few coins kicking around
in the can I’d say. It is time for an update from the man with
the bright orange backpack. So basically we’ve been walking. I’d say we’ve done about a third of the circumference
of the lake. Yeah. And it has been so nice. Most of it has been in the shade. There is a lot of families out just enjoying
like leisurely stroll. And I was surprised to see that there is some
people living here and also that there is people aside from tourists like there is fishermen
and other people out on the lake enjoying it so I’m really glad to see that. I’m glad to see a bit of a local flavor to
this lake not just pure touristy. Alright, let’s continue. Just noticed a swan of love. A swan of love. Mugh. Like swan. What? Haha. That is love right there. Je suis ready. This is how I feel at the moment. Just duh duh. Yeah. Yeah, this right here. I can’t even speak. I think we’ve earned our sense of tiredness
because. Sense of tiredness. We’ve earned being tired. How is that? Because first off we had a huge lunch. Sam makes it sound like a reward. We’re being rewarded. Yes. We’re being rewarded for being tired. Anyways we’re tired because we ate a lot of
food and we’ve walked three quarters of the lake and it is a massive lake. And we climbed a castle. Yeah, so now it is time for a little dessert. Yes, so you ordered the local specialty. And it is already here. It is already here. This beautiful custard sponge cake. Oh my gosh. Yeah. And you’ve got a cappuccino coming. A cappuccino to wake me up a little bit and
Sam has got beer because apparently you’re dehydrated and beer is going to help you with
that. Well, it probably won’t but it is going to
taste really good and I hope it is nice and cold. Alright, so cake is here. The cake is here and it is a thing of beauty. It sure is. So look you’ve got like two layers. There is the custard. Oh my gosh. On the bottom. That is so hard not to destroy this. And then the cream. Uh. Uh. It looks look millefeuille on top. Oh man I can’t wait to dig into that. And my coffee is here. Look at that. That cake is so smooth. So smooth and so tasty. Your turn to try the cake. The local cake from Bled. Oh yeah. This looks so good. Oh my gosh. I almost feel like I wanted to order two pieces
and no it is a giant piece of cake you won’t be able to eat it. But it is so light. The reason I do that is because when we order
two you usually only have half so I end up having one and a half and then I have a belly
ache the rest of the day. Good? Isn’t it creamy? Creamy and smooth. After eating our slice of Bled Cream Cake
(blejska kremšnita), or Kremsnita, it was finally time to arrange a boat ride to Bled
Island. While you can rent your own row boat to take
out on the island, we chose to pay the 14 Euros per person to have someone else do the
hard work. However, if you’re with a group of friends
or travelling with family, it’s definitely cheaper to just rent a boat and row it yourself. Well hello there. We made it to the island. Yeah, we sure did. Bled Island. Yeah. It was 14 Euros and that includes your return
trip so basically it is a 20 minute boat ride, you get 40 minutes on the island and then
20 minutes to go back. Yeah. So altogether just over an hour and a half. Yeah. The other alternative was actually rowing
your own boat. And we weren’t going to do that. Not after the beer and cake. That would have been a bad idea. No way. Alright guys so there is only two things you
can do on this tiny little island. You can either pay to visit the church and
ring a bell and make a wish or you can spend your money on ice cream. And clearly we had our priorities in mind
so I got caramel. Let me try it. In a waffle cone. It is pretty darn good. And I got mango and it is really good. I’ve already been eating this. I’m happy with my decision in life. Bled Island is very small and it got pretty
crowded even though it was low season. Forty minutes turned out to be plenty of time
to climb up, have a look around, and enjoy some ice cream. Okay so here we are guys. We are having a quick dinner right by the
bus terminal. Kebab. We found some kebabs and yeah the last bus
that left was totally full and even not everyone could get on so we’re just going to wait another
hour for the next one. We also needed to use the washroom as well. And you get the toilets. The bus station was closed so yeah. Yeah. So we came here grabbed a bite, refreshed
ourselves and hopefully we’ll catch the bus at seven and I think that is going to be it. Yeah. We had a great time here. I should mention something to keep in mind
is that the ticket offices they close pretty early. Like everything is shut down so I think we’re
going to have to buy the ticket off of the driver. So there is a tip for you. Hopefully that works. Back to Ljubljana. Back to Ljubljana. Now one last piece of advice: we visited in
the off-season and at the end of the day, we found out there were not enough buses to
transport everyone from Lake Bled back to Ljubljana. We weren’t able to get on one bus because
it was full, so we waited an hour and a half for the next one. By then, more day-trippers like us had gathered,
and once again, not everyone could get on the bus, leaving a lot of people stranded,
having to find a taxi or other alternative. There was a lot of pushing and shoving, and
many visitors with prepaid tickets were visibly upset. Because our bus was full, this also meant
that even though there were several scheduled stops on the way back to Ljubljana, we couldn’t
pick up any passengers along the way, many of them who had been waiting for hours. Lake Bled has experienced a boom in tourism,
but the infrastructure to transport people hasn’t quite caught up yet. After a nice day visiting Bled, getting out
of there proved to be very chaotic and stressful. Hopefully things will change in the future,
but until then, know that leaving at the end of the day can be tricky.


Max Power · December 1, 2017 at 11:02 am


Aileen Rosenberg · December 1, 2017 at 11:21 am

wow…is that place beautiful! Seems very expensive compared to other places you have taken us. Sam you always look cute from any angel. You guys are my favorites.

Leo F · December 1, 2017 at 11:23 am

After watching this video I fell like " I earned being HUNGRY " 🙈🙈
great video as always

marius smerea · December 1, 2017 at 11:39 am

Thank you for video!

Ainsley Mcleod · December 1, 2017 at 11:46 am

I am a Travel Agent and ex- Qantas Flight Attendant from Brisbane, Australia! Love watching your videos and have been waiting tonight for you to release this latest video, I have watched every single video of yours! xxxx

tammylovesmakeup · December 1, 2017 at 11:55 am

This is where Donald Trumps wife is from

tammylovesmakeup · December 1, 2017 at 11:58 am

In your opinion what's the most beautiful country you've been too?

Drew Lucero · December 1, 2017 at 12:17 pm

The views looked AWESOME,the food looked YUMMY as well till the next one Ta Ta. 🔴🎥👍👍👍👍🎥🔴

Dave Warren · December 1, 2017 at 1:08 pm

Do you use Google maps much to plan transit travel

Bailey20 · December 1, 2017 at 1:11 pm

Didn't even know Slovenia had a lake you learn something everyday.

Xtraterrestrial · December 1, 2017 at 1:24 pm

That moment at 8:33 made me smile so much that it hurt my face xD Great video once again!

MIRACLE 123 · December 1, 2017 at 2:07 pm

As always a good video,but waiting for the food review😗😂

SANGEET KUMAR SUDHANSHU · December 1, 2017 at 4:07 pm

Sam really likes his tshirts from india…

Charles Williamson · December 1, 2017 at 4:53 pm


mesillahills · December 1, 2017 at 6:13 pm

Top drawer video as usual. I hope we see you on PBS here in the U.S. some day. Your younger age, very high video production quality, and story line persona as a couple makes you a deserving candidate and what would be a breath of fresh air for them too. Your pitch should be that you cover the world, not just Europe, and would have wider appeal because you do it as a young bi-lingual couple, not from an aging male (or female) perspective alone who frankly is getting just a tad bite senile. Old quarterbacks do fad away. Count me as one of them too and even I see that.

Real Space Hobo · December 1, 2017 at 6:13 pm

I really can't understand why mainstream tourists would be staring at Sam like that. He looks as ordinary as the next guy……and he aint heavy neither, Aud……just hungry…..:-)…..we share the same taste in cakes, btw….:-)

Mylon Ash · December 1, 2017 at 6:15 pm

Holy Moses!  What is up with Samuel?  From the vanity of camera angles to puckering up his lips for a smooch due to the "swan of love" this one was hoot!  Lake Bled looks like a wonderful spot to visit.  Slovenia is such a great country and culture.  The people are some of the best people in the world.  Couple Slovenia's lake bled with Sam and Audrey and you have a fun video to experience.  Thank you for sharing.

jacque line · December 1, 2017 at 6:36 pm

8:36. You are such a great couple! hahaha Audrey´s glasses almost fell

Dieter Fischer · December 1, 2017 at 6:42 pm

There also is a train from Lesce Bled. That would be a 40 minute walk (approx.) .

Big Small_Travel · December 1, 2017 at 7:55 pm

Guys! The big question is where is Slovenia? Central, Eastern, or Southern Europe? Check out our second to last video because I think you guys would dig it. Are you coming to Lake Como or Venice next in Italy? Italy needs you. Keep up the GREAT work!

Wai kuen Lee · December 1, 2017 at 11:09 pm

Wonder why you eat so much ice cream and dessert still stay so so slim ? I starve myself to keep 54 KG . 😔😔😔

snowywinter9 · December 2, 2017 at 1:08 am

Lake Bled is stunning! Could you have spent sometime renting an Airbnb over there as well? Maybe for a couple days?

Kitty Kalinowsky · December 2, 2017 at 1:13 am

Omg the guy who paddle the boat is hottie 😍. I would love to go there 😍😂😅

Estranho Incomum · December 2, 2017 at 3:45 am

Guys, I am starting to do travel videos on my channel. Could you check it there? Hope you enjoy!

Peter Kelly · December 2, 2017 at 3:53 am

You must really love that man , how else could you justify being seen with him in public ? Sam you have the worst dress sense … just as well I love your vlogs so much Keep up the good work

Susan Duquette · December 2, 2017 at 5:35 am

Excellent video,Lake Bled looks beautiful,I would love to visit there.I enjoyed the two of you so much in this video,your personalities were shining through and it had me laughing and smiling at you both.Take care.😀🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦

Bill Green · December 2, 2017 at 5:58 am

Audrey: "Food, it's our #1 priority". Sam: "It's always our #1 priority."
I love it!

David & Barbara Mielke · December 2, 2017 at 6:04 am

Beautiful place!

Christa Danica Joven · December 2, 2017 at 8:24 am

I love the part when Sam kisses Audrey 😍😍😍 so sweet! Nice video! Always take care and happy travels 😊

Airekriswen05 M · December 2, 2017 at 4:38 pm

Hi, love the video! Is it a good time to visit Slovenia in the fall? September or October? Greetings from Perú

tristynandrea · December 2, 2017 at 4:41 pm

such a great video!

Alex BG1 · December 3, 2017 at 2:45 pm

There is no rule for this, but most Europeans have dessert such as cake etc, with a cup of tea or coffee (just like you did here).
They normally don't have dessert right after a proper meal.

Aim Zee · December 4, 2017 at 10:05 pm

That was a great advice at the end of your video about transportation.  I love knowing things like that before I travel to a new place, so thanks!  Also the smooch from Sam was so heart warming! You guys are awesome!

Justin Joven · December 6, 2017 at 11:43 am

Wow! Lake Bled is where I want to get married one day! 🙂

Žiga Filipič · December 10, 2017 at 3:06 am

there is a train!!!! a train to bled

emersonarchuleta · December 13, 2017 at 12:50 am

what month did u guys go? and do u know if u can bring luggage to the bus?

One Shot Adventures · December 22, 2017 at 11:09 am

Really good vlog, Lake Bled is so beautiful! I took a trip all around Slovenia, there's a video on my channel you might be interested in seeing

ermate · December 29, 2017 at 11:09 pm

First time i've seen anyone eat pasta with a knife haha 😉

steve evans · January 14, 2018 at 4:36 pm

Love it guys, great video, brought back many memories.

Meme Lord 69 · January 14, 2018 at 11:09 pm

Do u like slovenia?

Lea Pongrac · January 30, 2018 at 6:09 pm

Why is every american pronouncing almost every slovenian word wrong? xD

Alpine.Trails · February 7, 2018 at 12:52 pm

Been there the past summer on our way to Triglav. Superb place for a holiday, but the autumn colours makes a fairy tail destination. The castle entrance fee is indeed overpriced. We hiked to the opposite hill where the famous bench is located and got some nice views. High five – I do the same thing for my mother. But you guys travel so much, yours might have to buy another fridge to fit them all.

e: which of the cameras you used at min 9 ( for the cake part)? the focus seems to jump from the subject at times.

AD Queen · February 10, 2018 at 10:06 pm

Bled is my fav place in my country.

Janko Šet · February 14, 2018 at 6:35 pm

Nice video 🙂
BTW: oldest castle in Slovenia is supposed to be castle Rajhnburg in village Brestanica – from year 838 🙂

hetal patel · February 16, 2018 at 8:16 pm

LOve your INdia shirts – jodhpur and Jaipur !!!! and love all your videos !! I am going to Santiago and I was searching for things to do there, that is how I found you guys !! thanks.

ReDHeaDSg1 · March 1, 2018 at 6:26 am

Yea, sorry that bus connections and infrastructure is kinda bad in my country (Slovenia).

Oscar Cordero · March 26, 2018 at 2:54 am

Congrats on an amazing video! It is a great combination of useful information and entertainment -your personal chemistry is very charming. It is very well edited and I found very useful the prices you shared with us and the options tourists have while visiting. I really enjoyed it.

Bajlandia · March 26, 2018 at 5:55 pm

Gosh how beautiful !

Matej matej · March 28, 2018 at 3:29 pm

Mmmm kremshnita mmmm best best cake ever i love kremshnita there is never enough of kremshnita and I backe my own greetings from sLOVEnia

sartassa2202 · March 31, 2018 at 5:10 pm

Even through Slovenia is one of Austria's neighboring countries, I have never made it there. Right now I'm about to plan our camping trip for this summer and I got to say your videos are really helping a lot.

Rifka Amelia · April 13, 2018 at 6:41 am

Hiya! How far is the Bled castle from the bus station? Can you walk from the bus station to the castle?

Lilli pod · April 18, 2018 at 2:29 pm

That bell must have been going off all day. How did you get back if you went three quarters of the way around? Great water ripples around the oar btw. Artisitic.

Esther Kwan · April 22, 2018 at 6:47 am

I really enjoy your videos. They're not only informative but they're also so fun to watch !! You guys are just great !! 👍👍

Matthew Riley · May 6, 2018 at 8:51 pm

loot lake

Joe Jacoby · June 4, 2018 at 12:57 am

Wow thanks for sharing another great video with really important information – planning that trip for April 2019 you're taking a lot of the work out of it for me 😉 was planning on renting a car in Italy and approaching Slovenia from the Adriatic side, so won't have the bus ordeal at the end.  You guys are spot on with info like how long it takes to walk around the lake and that sort of thing. Bravo!

Carolina Gonçalves · June 23, 2018 at 12:52 am

En la parte que estabeis comiendo el pastel com las dos cremas,Por un segundo senti el sabor.Como se lo estubiera saboreando.Un recuerdo lejano,de infancia.😀

Senada J · June 27, 2018 at 8:04 pm

Nex time u need to visit Bohinj lake ,the most beautiful part of the Slovenia.

Zina Cappiello · August 3, 2018 at 7:22 pm

This was an amazing video! I travel
A lot as well and I always look to see if you two have been there first! Thanks for all the helpful information! Loved how you guys were alittle punchy on this video!

Marie T · September 14, 2018 at 2:32 am

This is such a great vlog!!!! I’m adding it to my list of places I need to travel!! Great job!!!!! Love your music choices!

Susan White · September 15, 2018 at 2:56 am

Loved this! Sam let his hair down.

Bob Banzai · September 30, 2018 at 9:10 am

your travel channel is amazing, I cannot do other than subscribe:)

Angela Dias · October 19, 2018 at 5:22 pm

Back from Ljubljana 3 weeks ago, and bummed that I remembered to leave Lake Bled early enough and eat the Kremsnita . which was so delicious.. but didnt remember your recommendation for the restaurant where you had lunch. Since we did the Vintgar hike in the morning, we which was amazing and climbed up to the castle… we were too knackered to do the hike around the lake. All in all it was a day to remember. On the whole we loved Slovenia, such a charming place with wonderful people. And the Postjona caves were just surreal. Recommend those to anyone visiting Slovenia, either those or the Skocjan.

Dr.MD · October 27, 2018 at 10:50 am

You are a lovely couple. Keep rocking!!!

Emerson · December 2, 2018 at 9:15 am

What month did u guys go for this trip?

k m · January 14, 2019 at 1:33 am

Y'all sound lazy

Emily McCommon · February 16, 2019 at 11:57 pm

What month did you visit lake bled? Is a late dec or early Jan visit possible?

bazoo513 · February 19, 2019 at 5:19 am

"Kremšnita" is not so local (the name is German, after all), but they do make it very well there. Another place to try it is Samobor near Zagreb (and, of course, every pastry shop in Slovenia and Croatia has them, but the quality varies – some are more like flan).

Dave Brett · April 24, 2019 at 11:15 am

Awesome video guys! Heading here next month and loved your tips. Cheers!

Rihard Zajc · April 25, 2019 at 6:10 pm


Lee EL · May 1, 2019 at 3:10 am

Hi, thanks for sharing the information and great video. I saw nice autumn foliage. Could you advise roughly which part of the month (I assume its Oct) this was taken? We are planning for an autumn trip to Bled & Ljubljana.

Phil Tobin · May 15, 2019 at 5:07 pm

Congratulations you pair on one of the most entertaining and informative travel videos anywhere on YouTube. Kudos, too, for raising the enduring problem of corporate incompetence that still bedevils so many former Communist countries: it's as if today's enterprises have still to shake off the old ways when regional party nepotism assured a place in senior management of even the biggest idiot. It didn't matter then because the Party and its bosses were contemptuous of the 'ordinary citizen' and hey, if it meant the pathetic comrades could never find a bus or train that ran on time and go where and when they wanted, tough. Evidently, it's still the same today with your own experience of the Lake Bled Toytown public transport service, where not enough buses were trundled out from their depots at close of day to bring passengers back home at the end of a Lake Bled day trip. What's staggering about this is the sheer scale of the incompetence, and the total indifference to and complete ignorance of economic need — because this part of the world certainly needs the international tourism spend, and experiences like yours, when shared on YouTube, are the kind of lousy PR which high-level government tourism bosses rightly regard as disasters — and want to know how they came about, and why, and who was responsible. A written complaint to the appropriate embassy or consulate at the end of your trip would not only have set the ball rolling, but the buses running again, too. Thanks again for a super video! Meantime, I've removed Lake Bled from my To Do list . . . and my tourism spend with it. Best wishes — Phil

Kelsey Tanner · June 10, 2019 at 10:59 am

I love all your videos 🙂

Jared H. · July 15, 2019 at 10:45 am

Yo that’s crazy, I’ve been there it’s awesome and beautiful!!!

I will be coming out with a Vlog on my channel about this lake really soon if anyone reading this comment wants to check it out, thanks!!!

KoRnBaKo · July 28, 2019 at 7:38 pm

Did your mother end up seeing the magnet you got her before you got home, Audrey? Lol

HPN2012 · July 30, 2019 at 2:44 pm

Audrey, Sam, thank you again for your wonderful videos and that advice on leaving at the end. We were thinking of visiting Prague and Croatia (watched your videos on Dubrovnik and Split), but this video makes me want to add Lake Bled to our trip. What is it with Sam and his moustache, he kept growing it and shaving it. I swear, in one video he started out without one and at the end, had a full one! Hahaha!

Agnika Routh · July 31, 2019 at 8:54 pm

Very informative video . Thanks a lot !!
and beautiful cinematography 🙂

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