The Brdo Castle

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The renaissance castle in Brdo was built at the beginning of the 16th century. Well known aristocratic families including theZois family and the Karadjordjevic familyonce resided in the castle, and  following the 2nd World War the famous Marshal Josip Broz Tito used the castle as his summer residence. Throughout its history and up to modern days, the castle has welcomed presidents, kings and diplomats.

An extensive collection of monuments and paintings by Slovene artists adorns the castle,  in addition to the collection of fine rugs gifted to Tito and a special edition of the Holy Bible in the castle's library.

The Brdo Castle holds protocolar events of the Republic of Slovenia at the highest level, so individual tours of the castle are not enabled.

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  • LORD OF THE CASTLE

    An experience that make you feel like you were living in a time that is long gone. Where guests are greeted by our castle concierge  and dinner is served in the main castle dining. After spending the night tucked in the softest linen you will ever come across with, breakfast is served with lace, silverware and crystal, for a truly good morning!

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  • HORSE CARRIAGE RIDE

    Embark on a tour through Brdo park in stateman Tito's elegant horse-drawn carriage for two, or in the larger Heberstein carriage that accomodates four passengers.

    15,00 €
    for 20 minutes ride
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  • HORSE RIDDING

    Brdo is home to 12 Lipizzaner horses. This noble horse breed is famous for its elegance, obedience, endurance and strength. Experience the nature of Brdo on our delightful equestrian adventures.

    10,00 €
    and up, depending on the program
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  • WALK IN THE PARK BRDO

    The park is enchanting in all seasons and will amaze you with many walking paths, avenues, mysterious lakes and bridges.

    3,00 €
    for person
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  • ROMANTIC WEDDING AT VILA BLED

    Are you dreaming of a romantic wedding ceremony in the garden of Vila Bled with wonderful views of Lake Bled and the castle? 

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