Welcome to Kranjska Gora!



21.01. – 26.01.2024

The Ski Meeting Interbancario Europeo is a european, one-week ski event that takes place every year in a well-known ski region in the Alps, but possibly also outside the Alps. Competitions in the disciplines of alpine skiing, cross-country skiing and snowboarding take place for a whole week.

The lively adventures of the Julian Alps are waiting for you in Kranjska Gora and its surroundings. Here, in the valley of the World Championships and Slovenia’s most wanted mountain destination, there are countless adventures you can try, from an active holiday to a peaceful discovering of nature and the cultural heritage. You can uncover the mystery of well-being in the rich wellness offer, attend business and social meetings or take your family to explore the mystical past of Kranjska Gora. Here you will never be bored.

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Activities & Accomodation

Ski slopes

Skiers and snowboarders will find a challenge on the snowy slopes, while others will find an opportunity for recreation on well-maintained cross-country and toboggan runs. You can choose from as many as 18 ski trails of varying technical difficulty! Cable cars and tracks are strung along the slopes of Vitranc all the way from Kranjska Gora to Planica at an altitude of 800 m to 1215 m above sea level. A system of 6 chairlifts and 13 lifts takes you to your dream track.

Nordic Centre Planica

The Planica Nordic Centre is an exceptional environment for the continuation of the tradition of ski jumps and flights, for training and competitions of cross-country skiers. For those who love authentic contact with nature, there are more than 40 km of cross-country trails, under the ski slopes, past the Sava spring, under the ski jumps in Planica and on to Tamar. In fact, the entire Upper Sava valley is a running paradise.


Kranjska Gora offers many accommodation options, from hotels to private accommodation in rooms and apartments. About 8,000 beds in various family-run accommodations (B&B, boarding houses, apartments) and 3 or 4* hotels are available to you.

Alpine Village
See the festively lit houses with culinary and other home-made products on offer.
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Lake Jasna
Lake Jasna consists of two interconnected artificial lakes. Stop by the proud bronze ibex and take a memory photo.
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Peričnik Waterfall
Peričnik Waterfall is one of the highest among Slovenian waterfalls.
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Zelenci natural reserve
Zelenci do not freeze in winter, their constant temperature throughout the year is about 6°C.
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Ice skating
You only have to put on your skates or rent them, and you can already start skating in the artificial skating rink "Borovška šajba".
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Sledding and snowshoeing
Here you can find the first illuminated floodlit sledding slope in Slovenia. When snowshoeing you get special “big feet” which, allow you to move freely on the surface even when it’s snowing.
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Ice climbing
Ice climbing is a winter activity that lets the blood flow throughout your entire body.
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Cabin log Kosobrin
You are invited to enjoy traditional Slovenian cuisine and a pleasant, indigenous local environment in the Kosobrin Log Cabin!
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Restaurant Oštarija
Restaurant at the foot of the ski slopes, serving homemade delicacies in the a la carte restaurant or on the outdoor terrace.
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Restaurant Milka
Milka is a new boutique experience in the heart of the Julian Alps and has been awarded with Michelin Star.
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Pino Alpino
We create imaginative plates with delicious local ingredients. Step through the doors of an old house into a new story.
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How to reach us?

By car

From Slovenia, Kranjska Gora can be reached via the Ljubljana-Kranj-Jesenice-Kranjska Gora road, from Austria via the Korensko sedlo border crossing in Villach or the Karavanke tunnel, and from Italy via the Rateče border crossing. If you come through the Karavanke Tunnel from the Austrian side and take the first exit, you do not need a vignette to use the motorway.

By bus/train

From Slovenia, you can reach Kranjska Gora via the Ljubljana-Kranj-Jesenice-Kranjska Gora road. The nearest train station is in Jesenice, from where buses take you to Kranjska Gora, 20 km away, in half an hour. There are also train stations in Tarvisio, Italy, and Villach, Austria. From there, you can continue your journey by taxi, as none of the stops is more than 20 km away.

By air

Kranjska Gora is a 45-minute drive (66 km) from Ljubljana Airport, just 40 minutes from Klagenfurt Airport (Austria) and an hour’s drive from Trieste Airport (Italy).

Free Ski bus

A free ski bus will run on the route Gozd Martuljek – Planica from Sunday 21 January to Friday 26 January 2023.

E-charging stations

E-charging stations are available in front of the Ramada Resort Hotel, Kompas hotel, the Vitranc Hall, Planica Nordic Centre and bus station in Kranjska Gora.


If you need transport, you can contact Kofler Sport, Ombus, Vandrov’c or PT Taxi.

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About Kranjska Gora

The Vitranc World Cup and the ski jumps and summers in Planica brought Kranjska Gora the greatest reputation as a ski center. Lively experiences of the Julian Alps await you in Kranjska Gora and the surrounding areas. Kranjska Gora offers everything. From active vacations to peaceful discovery of natural and cultural heritage. You can also discover the secrets of well-being in the rich wellness offer, attend business and social meetings or explore the mystical past of the Upper Sava Valley with your family.