You get Bled by land. The best way is to rent a car, which makes you mobile, however it might be a bit expensive. Other way to get there is by bus. There are buses from Radovljica via both Lesce and Begunje and at least one hour to Bohinjska Bistrica, Krani and Ljubljana. Other destinations served from Bled include Bovec viaKranjska Gora and the VrÅ¡iÄ Pass. Note that three bus lines operate between Bled and Bohinj, and if you buy a return ticket from one bus line, you will not be able to make your return journey on either of the other buslines.
Travelers visiting Slovenia hear about Bled as the primary site to visit. It is a beautiful town by an amazing lake surrounding a small island. Not just an island â€“ there is a castle on it. This magical combination, along with other factors, makes the place a highly photogenic scene. With immense natural beauty, Bled is ranked among the most beautiful alpine resorts, known for its mild, healing climate, beautiful mountains reflected on the lake, the serenity and the fresh air. Bled lies in the extreme northwestern part of Slovenia, at the foot of the Julian Alps and between the Sava Bohinjka and Sava Dolinka rivers. It is accessible in all seasons.