Sunrise in Bled
Sunrise in Bled, one of the most important tourist towns in Slovenia. Starting with the Hotel Park, overlooking the lake Bled, there’s the restaurant offering the famous Bled cream cakes, which taste the best if eaten immediately on the panoramic terrace, overlooking the promenade by the lake. Furthermore, the island on the lake with the church is visible in the distance. Finally, there are the Bled castle on the rock and the church on the mainland. A walk down the promenade or the entire way around the lake is always a joy, regardless the season.
Copyright: Zoran Trost
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Taken: 19/10/2012
Uploaded: 29/10/2013
Updated: 10/04/2014


Tags: sunrise; bled; tourist; slovenia; hotel; park; lake; alpine; famous; cream; cakes; cake; panoramic; terrace; promenade; island; church; castle; rock
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