The managing partner and co-owner of Roundabout experiences. A passionate traveler and curator of memorable journeys, he started his tourism career as a tour guide; a reason why the partners at Roundabout emphasize the quality of the guides that escort clients.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Unique and exclusive"
How did you get involved in travel?
"I started as a tour guide 20 years ago."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"Arranging a helicopter ride over the Alps and landing at the special location where the reputable chef was waiting with the team and started preparing something special for guests in front of them."
Featured trips & expertise
With two weeks to spend in Slovenia, you'll have plenty of time to visit several different regions and to really get to know the country in detail. Go on a road trip to see the sights from the Alps to the Adriatic, or add a stop in Rovinj to see more of Istria. If you want an active vacation, opt for a hiking and biking tour of the country to visit Ljubljana, the Julian Alps, Piran, and more, or pick a tour of Slovenia and Istria that includes all that plus sailing, canyoning, and rafting.
With a week in Slovenia, you can take in various highlights or spend your time exploring one region, like Mount Triglav or the Julian Alps, in greater depth. In these five one-of-a-kind itineraries, you'll hike between mountain huts in Triglav National Park, sample local wines in Goriška Brda, cycle through native forests on the Istrian peninsula, swim and kayak on Lake Bled, and hike through the picturesque gorges and villages of the Soča Valley.
Ljubljana means “of lovely appearance,” and with a winding river, medieval castle, and plenty of historic charm, the tiny Slovenian capital delivers on its name. While you could spend days exploring the city's neighborhoods, museums, and cultural sites, here's how to experience the best Ljubljana has to offer in just 24 hours.
Ideal for anyone who loves nature and leisurely walks, this itinerary takes you through the beautiful Slovenian landscape while tackling trails of low technical difficulty. Visit stunning viewpoints of the Julian Alps, meander along turquoise rivers, and marvel at the mysterious underworld of Karst before relaxing along the Adriatic coast. There's no better way discover Slovenia’s natural treasures.