Yesterday the crew of NoLimits Tours embarked on the working excursion to the Posočje region in the western part of Slovenia, near the Italian border. For you we have been inspecting the accessibility of museums, restaurants and hotels in the city of Kobarid, famous for the battles which happened in its vicinity during the First World War.
About a month ago we were contacted by the representatives of Handicare, a leading UK provider of mobility accessories who work in partnership with the charity Age UK. They were writing an article about the most accessible European cities and asked if we can give them some insights about the conditions in Ljubljana for wheelchair users.
NoLimits Tours is happy and proud to announce that with the help of Tourist Info Center Ljubljana we have acquired Maps of the Slovenian capital with accessible places for the wheelchair users! Upon their arrival to Slovenia we will distribute them to our guests.
The maps are bilingual (in Slovene and English language). On them...
This Friday (24.03.2017), the famous Open kitchen festival is restarting! One of the most popular public events in Slovenian capital is entering its 5th season!!
Every Friday afternoon, from the end of March to mid October, the Open Kitchen on Ljubljana's Pogačar's square (near the Central Market and the Cathedral of Saint...
NoLimits Tours is more than happy to announce the agreement of partnership with the company Taxi Metro from Ljubljana!
Taxi Metro has at the moment two minivans specially adapted for wheelchair users, and they are planning to enlarge their fleet in the future.
Specially adapted minivans must...
The crew of NoLimits Tours tourist agency is sending all the best wishes on the 8th of March holiday, more widely known as the International Woman's day!
Girls, Wives, Daughters, Sisters, Mothers and Grandmothers enjoy your special day!
We were already writing about the events organized in Slovenia for the International Tourist guide day – 21st of February. Now we have some official numbers and we will share them with you!
More than 800 visitors joined the 56 free of charge guided tours in 26 different cities across Slovenia! Only in Ljubljana more than 300...
Tomorrow (21st February) is an International Tourist Guide day! Many different institutions in Slovenia, including several Societies of Tourist guides, Museums, Tourist Info Centers and Non-Profit organizations have organized 55 free of charge tours in 26 cities across Slovenia.
Majority of the free of charge guided tours will take place in the capital Ljubljana, but visitors will also be able...
In socialist times it was not uncommon that people around Yugoslavia took their cars and drove them around the frozen lakes, while walking and ice skating on them was something that was happening in winter almost on daily basis. Cause of the global warming the lakes are not freezing that often as in the past, but this year was little bit different.