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Conference Programme

September 19-20, 2011

September 21-24, 2011

September 24, 2011



Saturday's Social Programme

Wednesday Thursday  Friday 
 21.09.2011 22.9.2011 23.9.2011
08:00 - 09:00 Registration Registration Registration
  Hall Hall Hall
09:00 - 10:00 Welcoming note Session 4.1 / Session 4.2 Session 8.1 /
Session 8.2
  Plecnikova p. Plecnikova/Vurnikova p. Plecnikova/Vurnikova p.
10:00 - 11:00 Keynote:
Ziga Turk
Anna Chronaki
Jose Duarte
  Plecnikova p. Plecnikova p. Plecnikova p.
11:00 - 11:30 Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break
  Cafeteria Cafeteria Cafeteria
11:30 - 13:30 Session 1.1 /
Session 1.2
Session 5.1 / Session 5.2 Session 9.1 /
Session 9.2
  Plecnikova/Vurnikova p. Plecnikova/Vurnikova p. Plecnikova/Vurnikova p.
13:30 - 15:00 Lunch Lunch Lunch
15:00 - 16:30 Session 2.1 /
Session 2.2
Session 6.1 / Session 6.2 Bentley Panel: Conference Summary / Roundtable
  Plecnikova/Vurnikova p. Plecnikova/Vurnikova p.. Plecnikova
16:30 - 16:45 Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break
  Cafeteria Cafeteria Cafeteria
16:45 - 18:00 Session 3.1 /
Session 3.2
Session 7.1 / Session 7.2 Ivan Petrovic Award & Best Presentation Award Announcement
  Plecnikova/Vurnikova p. Plecnikova/Vurnikova p. Annual General Meeting
      Closing ceremony
      Plecnikova p.
19:00 - 23:00 Reception Gala Dinner .
  Ljubljana castle Cankarjev dom .
Keynote Speakers
lecturing room
Keynote Speaker - Wednesday
prof. dr. Ziga Turk
Professor Ziga Turk is a civil engineer and computer scientist, finishing his doctoral degree in technical sciences at the University in Ljubljana. He works at the Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering at the University of Ljubljana. His academic interests include construction information technology, computer integrated construction, internet, Web and grid computing, design communication, philosophy of conceptual modeling and CAD/BIM. In 2010 he received an award for top cited article 2006-2010 in the Advanced Engineering Informatics Journal. In 2007 and 2008 dr. Turk was a Minister for growth in the government of Slovenia, national coordinator for the Lisbon Strategy, chief negotiator for the Slovenia’s accession to the OECD, chairman of the national Sustainable Development Council and Chairman of the Competitiveness Council. From 2008-2010 he served as Secretary General of the Reflection Group on the Future of Europe. His recent research is focused to future global developments and the role of information technology and innovation in those trends. His most popular Internet inventions are the Virtual Shareware Library (evolved into shareware.com) and the Woda database tool. (http://www.zturk.com/)
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Keynote Speaker - Thursday
prof. dr. Anna Chronaki
Professor Anna Chronaki is a mathematician, refocused to social and cultural studies. She finished her diploma at the University of Patras and continued to masters and doctoral studies in Bath. She works as Associate Professor in the area of Mathematics Education and Learning Technologies at the University of Thessaly in Volos,at the Department of Early Childhood Education. Her writings include new knowledge about communication of technological themes in education and on the use of technology as social practice. She has co-edited a book entitled Challenging Perspectives on Mathematics Classroom Communication published by IAP, and has recently completed editing a volume on Mathematics, Technology and the ‘Body’ of Education: Gendered perspectives. Her specific interests are: mathematics education, the design of technology mediated mathematical activity, gender issues in mathematics and technology, and ethnographic approaches to researching mathematics-learning and technology-use as social practices. Her work has been greatly influenced by critical social theory, cultural historical activity theory, social/cultural anthropology and feminist/cultural studies.(http://www.esri.mmu.ac.uk/mect/delegates_11/delegates_profile.php?id=13)
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Keynote Speaker - Friday
prof. dr. Jose Pinto Duarte
Professor Jose Pinto Duarte is an architect, studied at the Faculty of Architecture in Lisbon. He finished his doctoral degree in Design and Computation at MIT. Currently he is Associate Professor at the Faculty of Architecture, Researcher at Instituto Superior Técnico (TU Lisbon/IST), and Visiting Scientist at MIT. His main research interests are mass customization, focused to housing and urbanism. He develops new design methods based on the use of new technologies, such us flexible urban plans responding to contextual variations. in the context. He wrote several papers/articles and book chapters: he was the author of “Personalizar a Habitação em Série” (“Customizing Mass Housing,” preface by Siza Vieira; FCG, 2007) and “Type and Module” (LNEC, 1995) and co-editor of “The Lisbon Charrette” (with J. Bento and W.J. Mitchell, IST Press 1999), “The Glass Chair” (with M. Heitor, IST Press, 2001), “Customizing Mass Housing: a studio experiment” (with J. N. Beirão, CEFA, 2003) and “Collaborative Design and Learning” (with J. Bento, M. Heitor e W. J. Mitchell, Praeger 2004). In 2008 he was awarded the Santander/ TU Lisbon Prize for Outstanding Research in Architecture. (http://home.fa.utl.pt/~jduarte/index_english.html)
  Paper Sessions
session 1.1

Information/Knowledge Architecture & BIM
session chair: Bob Martens

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Investigating research strategies for accessing knowledge stored in semantic models
Christoph Langenhan, Sebastian Hass, Markus Weber, Frank Petzold, Marcus Liwicki, Andreas Dengel
Digital Master Builder: From ‘Virtual’ Conception to  ‘Actual’ Production through Information Models
Michal Gorczynski, Jan Rabiej
Using Open Standards Based Building Information Modelling to Simulate Actual Design and Construction Processes
Igor Svetel, Milica Pejanovic, Nenad Ivanisevic
ArchiInspection Project: Integrated Non Destructive Testing, A Building Information Model Approach
Farid Mokhtar Noriega, Victor Garcia Barba, Jose Antonio Merino, Jose Julio Zancajo, Teresa Mostaza Perez
Design Configuration with Architectural Objects: A Platform Organization Model for Industrialized House-Building
Fredrik Wikberg, Anders Ekholm
BIM.BON . A BIM system for architectural practice in Brazil
Leandro Araujo, Roberto Andrés.
Area cartograms in building product model visualization: A case study on the presentation of non-spatial object properties in spatial context with anamorphic maps
Helga Tauscher, Raimar J. Scherer
A Study on BIM based Energy Efficient Design Improvement for Rural Standard Drawing and Specification in South Korea: Focusing on Using Buffer-Zone
Jin Yul Ma, Seung Yeon Choo, Ji Hyo Seo, Seung Woo Jeong
session 1.2 Simulation, Visualization, Prediction and Evaluation
session chair: Gabriela Celani
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Flying Augmented Reality: Supporting planning and simulation analysis by combining mixed reality methods using multicopter and pattern recognition
Volker Koch, Sebastian Ritterbusch, Andreas Kopmann, Marius Müller, Thorsten Habel, Petra von Both
Pedestrian Modeling as Generative Mechanism for the Design of Adaptive Built Environment
Odysseas Kontovourkis
Development of optimized geometry for low energy super tall office with BIM: Decision on ratio of lateral to longitudinal length and orientation in early design stage
Han Soo Ryu, Kwon Hyoung Lee, Jung Rim Ryu, Seung Yeon Choo
Modelling as Communication: The use of 3D models for developing architectural ideas
M. Helena Rua, Pedro A. Alvito, Duarte Ramos, Bruno Fernandes, Susana Martins
Responsive Acoustic Surfaces: Computing Sonic Effects 
Brady Peters, Martin Tamke, Stig Anton Nielsen, Soren Vestbjerg Andersen, Mathias Haase
From the 3D survey “ad Oggetto” to the technological representation of the architecture: The case study of Caporciano
Danilo Di Mascio, Pierpaolo Palka
Visualizing the Unknown in Historical Vernacular Architecture: Making Speculation from Archaeological Fragments Explicit
Earl Mark
Form Follows Performance: Structural Optimisation and the Cost-effectiveness of Digital Fabrication
Shinya Okuda, Chua Liang Ping
session 2.1 City Modelling
session chair: Wolfgang Dokonal
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Single Image Ambiguity and Adjustment of Cultural Heritage Modeling Approach
Vesna Stojakovic, Bojan Tepavcevic
Digital Form Finding: Generative use of simulation processes by architects in the early stages ofthe design process 
Yasha J. Grobman, Ruth Ron
Using shape grammars as a rule based approach in urban planning - a report on practice
Patrick Schirmer, Noboru Kawagishi
Strategic Planning and Design with Space Syntax
Claudia Czerkauer-Yamu, Andreas Voigt
Public Space Patterns: Towards a CIM standard for urban public space
Nuno Montenegro, Jose N. Beirao, Jose P. Duarte
Sema Citta: Deriving Elements for an applicable City Theory
Klaus Wassermann
session 2.2 CAAD Curriculum
session chair: Birgul Colakoglu
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An exploration in teaching architectural design for construction and fabrication
Kathrin M. Wiertelarz
Computer Simulation as an Integral Part of Digital Design Education in Architecture: The Modulator
Arzu Gonenc Sorguc, Semra Arslan Selcuk, Fatma Zehra Cakici
How to Teach Architects (Computer) Programming: A Case Study
Gabriel Wurzer, Sema Alacam, Wolfgang Lorenz
Towards Improved Architecture Education: A Research Framework
Katerina Novakova, Henri Achten, Dana Matejovska
Introducing Architectural Design Foundations Through Algorithmic Design And Experimentations With Materials: A methodology for freshman class in architecture
Nilüfer Kozikoglu, Emrah Kavlak
What is the Goal in Teaching Basic CAD?
Dana Matejovska, Henri Achten
session 3.1 Research, Education and Practice
session chair: Henri Achten
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ARCHI21: Architectural and Design based Education and Practice through Content & Language Integrated Learning using Immersive Virtual Environments for 21st Century Skills
Moira Hunter, Scott Chase, Bradley Kligerman, Tadeja Zupancic
Supporting Fragility in Distance Design Education
Steve Garner, Nicole Schadewitz, Georgina Holden, Theodore Zamenopoulos, Katerina Alexiou 
Digital “serial vision” - new approach in urban composition teaching
Aleksander Asanowicz
Utilizing a Web-based Geographic Virtual Environment Prototype for the Collaborative Analysis of a Fragile Urban Area: An “Open-Source” International Urban Design Studio organized in Brussels
Burak Pak, Johan Verbeke, Chotima Ag-Ukrikul
session 3.2 Precedence and Prototypes
session chair: Claudia Czerkauer-Yamu
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When form really follows function: Developing the prototype of a responsive exhibition pavilion
Luis Quelhas Marques, Jose P. Duarte, Joaquim Jorge
Home suggestion service in real estate searching system: Using ontology and case-based reasoning
Yoonhyun Kim, Sangjin Park, Jieun Park, Sunjoong Kim, Jihyun Lee
Virtual Spaces in Urban Landscapes Locative Exhibitions on Mobile Devices 
Werner Lonsing
Nimble Urban Dwellings: Re-enabling Permanent Impermanence
David Celento, Rebecca Henn
Flexible Systems: Flexible Design, Material and Fabrication: The AIA pavilion as a case study
Gernot Riether, Knox Jolly
session 4.1 Digital Aids to Design Creativity
session chair: Scott Chase
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Who cares about right angles? Overcoming barriers in creating rectangularity in layout structures
Sven Schneider, Reinhard Konig, Robert Pohle
Urban Furniture: Introducing Parametric Modelling and Digital Fabrication in a Part-time Study
Christoph Schindler, Kyeni Mbiti
New materiality: ideation, representation and digital fabrication
Carlos L. Marcos
Camera Musica: Compositions in music and space
Anke Tiggemann, Marco Hemmerling, David Lemberski
  Building Fragile Places: Mixed Reality as an architectural platform 
  Brad Kligerman, Jamil Mehdaoui
session 4.2 New Design Concepts and Strategies
session chair: Gabriela Celani
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Degrees of Interaction: Towards a Classification
Henri Achten
The sensitive tower: Architectural and urban design education faced with fragile metropolitan ecologies
Guilherme Lassance, Cedric Libert, Patricia Figueira Lassance and Maria Elisa Feghali
Sensitive transformations of physical territories: Digital and material procedures in designing
Anastasios Tellios, Stylianos Psaltis
Anisotropic Operations: A study in directed material weakening for solar shading
Mark Weston
Performative Architectural Morphology: Robotically manufactured biomimetic finger-joined plate structures
Oliver David Krieg, Karola Dierichs, Steffen Reichert, Tobias Schwinn, Achim Menges
session 5.1 Shape Studies
session chair: Scott Chase
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Computational Design Synthesis: Embedding Material Behaviour in Generative Computational Processes
Moritz Fleischmann, Julian Lienhard, Achim Menges
Digital design and fabrication - Case study: Seashell
Lana Kudumovic, Amra Taso, Omer Hasanbegovic
A computational interpretation of ”De re aedificatoria”: Translating Alberti’s column system into a shape grammar
Filipe Coutinho, Eduardo Castro e Costa, Jose P. Duarte, Mario Kruger
Methodological Approach for the Integration of Material Information and Performance in the Design Computation for Tension-Active Architectural Systems
Sean Ahlquist, Achim Menges
Introduction to Architecture Studio: Geometry, Rules and Patterns
Birgul Colakoglu
Operating within Fragile Environments: A Hybrid Design Model of Intensifying Urban Performance
Stavros Vergopoulos, Dimitris Gourdoukis
Lattice Spaces: Form optimisation throgh customization of non developable 3d wood surfaces
Sascha Bohnenberger, Klaas de Rycke, Agnes Weilandt
session 5.2 Design Tool Development
session chair: Bradl Kligerman
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Artist Residency at The Roman Baths, Bath Heritage Services UK: Mapping multidimensional perception experiences
Mathew Emmett, Anke Tiggemann, Katharina Konig
Usability as a Key Quality Characteristic for Developing CAAD Tools and Environments
Burak Pak, Johan Verbeke
A Mass Customization Oriented Housing Design Model Based on Genetic Algorithm
Ozge Gungor, Gulen Cagdas, Ozgun Balaban
TouchControl:  An interactive multi-touch 3D design tool
David Lemberski, Marco Hemmerling
Media Space for Architecture Studio Courses: Interactive project analysis and discussion in Architecture Studio
Rafael Villazon, William A. Romero R., Jose Tiberio Hernandez
Building’s environmental design: Proposal for an assessment help method
Charline Weissenstein, Jean-Claude Bignon, Pascal Humbert
Evolutionary Strategy to Design Optimized Architecture
Carlos Ignacio de la Barrera Poblete
session 6.1 City Modelling
session chair: Wolfgang Dokonal
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Emerg.cities4all: Towards a shape grammar based computational system tool for generating a sustainable and integrated urban design
Alexandra Paio, Joaquim Reis, Filipe Santos, Pedro Faria Lopes, Sara Eloy, Vasco Rato
The backbone of a City Information Model (CIM): Implementing a spatial data model for urban design
Jorge Gil, Julio Almeida, Jose Pinto Duarte
Sensing digital co-presence and digital identity: Visualizing the Bluetooth landscape of the City of Bath
Angelos Chronis, Prarthana Jagannath, Vasiliki Aikaterini Siskou, Jonathan Jones
An Integrated Model For Emergent City Behavior Based On User Movements
Emirhan Coskun, Gulen Cagdas
Generative sub-division morphogenesis with Cellular Automata and Agent-Based Modelling
Nikolay Popov
Generative and parametric design in Brazilian social housing production
Eduardo Sampaio Nardelli, Charles de Castro Vincent
session 6.2

Virtual Architecture
session chair: Birgul Colakoglu

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Augmenting critique of lost or unbuilt works of architecture using digitally mediated techniques
Nicholas Webb, Andre Brown
Subtle interventions: How ambient displays influence route choice in buildings
Tasos Varoudis, Sheep Dalton, Katerina Alexiou, Theodore Zamenopoulos
Study of the Fortification of old scale models in order to automate their 3D modelling
Kevin Jacquot, Christine Chevrier, Gilles Halin
New perception of virtual environments, enhances of creativity: Increasing dimension of design starting point
Alireza M. Hakak, Nimish Biloria
The Masieri Memorial by Frank L. Wright in Venice:  Reconstructing an Unbuilt project on the Canal Grande
Alberto Sdegno
A Stratified Space by the Integration of Physical and Digital Spaces
Tuggen Kukul, Emirhan Coskun
session 7.1 Research, Education and Practice
session chair: Henri Achten
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Experiencing design with grammatical explorations in the beginning design studio: The after-recognition experiment: designing with constraints
Mohamed S. Ibrahim, Alan Bridges, Scott C. Chase, Samir Bayoumi, Dina S. Taha
Environmental Design eTutor: Utilizing Games Technology for Environmental Design Education
Ahmed Sarhan and Peter Rutherford
Out of the box design: Pedagogical approach on generative design teaching
Aant van der Zee, Bauke de Vries
Digital design of reconstruction proposals in Chile
Alejandro Veliz, Pablo Sills
The experience of an academic simulation laboratory: The use of visual simulations for education and research
Barbara E. A. Piga, Eugenio Morello, Valerio Signorelli
Interactive spatial design course analysis: Ten years, 150 projects
Vassilis Bourdakis
session 7.2 Generative and Parametric Design
session chair: Johan Verbeke
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Turmitecture: A generic approach for autonomous topological generation
Stephan Droste
Optimizing the “characteristic structure”: Combining shape grammars and genetic algorithms to generate urban patterns
Gabriela Celani, Jose Beirao, Jose Duarte, Carlos Vaz
Performative architecture as a guideline for transformation: Defense Line of Amsterdam
Canan Albayrak, Bige Tuncer
Programming Languages for Generative design: Visual or Textual?
Antonio Leitao, Luis Santos
Digital tools in the architectural design of a geodesic dome: The case-study of the bearing structure of an artificial sky lighting installation
Maria Vrontissi, Styliani Azariadi
session 8.1

User Participation in Design
session chair: Claudia Czerkauer-Yamu

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Interpretation Model of Urban Space Coherence
Spela Verovsek, Matevz Juvancic, Tadeja Zupancic
Exploring Urban Experimental Lab for public participation and education in urban design
Anja Jutraz, Andreas Voigt, Tadeja Zupancic
Mediated Lives
Andrzej Zarzycki
A Conceptual Participatory Design Framework for Urban Planning: The case study workshop ‘World Cup 2014 Urban Scenarios’, Porto Alegre, Brazil
Antje Kunze, Jan Halatsch, Carlos Vanegas, Martina Maldaner Jacobi, Benamy Turkienicz, Gerhard Schmitt
session 8.2 Collaborative Design
session chair: Bob Martens
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Bridging the Gap: A (Collaborative) Design Platform for early design stages
Gerhard Schubert, Eva Artinger, Frank Petzold, Gudrun Klinker
OIKODOMOS Virtual Campus: Constructing learning processes in collaboration
Leandro Madrazo, Paul Riddy
What we learnt from design teaching in collaborative virtual environments
Leman Figen Gul
Computing Ontologies to Support AEC Collaborative Design: Towards a Building Organism delicate concept
Antonio Fioravanti, Gianluigi Loffreda, Armando Trento
session 9.1 Generative and Parametric Design
session chair: Johan Verbeke
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Performative Design for Spatial Acoustics: Concept for an evolutionary design algorithm based on acoustics as design driver
A. Benjamin Spaeth, Achim Menges
Sensitive skin design: a generative approach
Eleni Kolovou
Anthropometric and behavior data applied to a generative design system: A study of public benches
Ana Claudia Vettoretti, Pablo Resende, Mário Guidoux Gonzaga, Benamy Turkienicz
Digital Thonet: An automated system for the generation and analysis of custom-made chairs
Mario Barros, Jose P. Duarte, Bruno Chaparro
ZipShape Mouldless Bending II: A Shift from Geometry to Experience
Christoph Schindler, Margarita Salmeron Espinosa
“Operation of parametric modelling” and/or “operation of architectural conception”? Expressing relationships in parametric modelling
Aurelie de Boissieu, Caroline Lecourtois, Francois Guena
Eco-envolventes: A parametric design approach to generate and evaluate façade configurations for hot and humid climates
Rodrigo Velasco, Daniel Robles
Parametric bus stop shelters in rural areas: Automating custom design
Jaroslav Hulin, Jiri Pavlicek, Martin Kaftan
session 9.2 Design Tool Development
session chair: Brad Kligerman
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Simulation Design Tools: Using Parametric Building Information Modeling and Physical Simulation for Form Finding of Double Curved Surfaces
Sebastian Gmelin, Kristian Agger, Michael Henry Lassen
A Method on Using Video in Architectural Design Process: Matchmoving
Ozgur Daglar, Togan Tong
A “green design” method to integrate daylight in the early phase of the design process: The use of intentions knowledge base to generate solutions
Mohamed Anis Gallas, Didier Bur, Gilles Halin
Parametric urban design: An interactive sketching system for shaping neighborhoods
Jose Beirao, Pirouz Nourian, Bardia Mashhoodi
The Polymorphic Diagram
Qutaibah Hamadah
Feasibility Computation of the Perimeter Block Housing in Early Design Process:  A Perimeter Block Housing Design based on Zone Ordinance of Seoul
Seongki Lee
Maintenance and Inspection of Façades of Building Supported on Virtual Reality Technology
Alcinia Z. Sampaio, Ana R. Gomes and Augusto M. Gomes
The Perceptual, the Virtual, and the Real: On the experience of place in the digital age
Or Ettlinger
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Bentley Panel: Conference Summary / Roundtable
What happened after the “Hype” on Virtual Design Studios? Some Considerations for a Roundtable Discussion
Moderators: Henri Achten, Krzysztof Koszewski, Bob Martens
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Ivan Petrovic & Best Presentation Awards Announcement
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Annual General Meeting (AGM)



Saturday's Social Programme for Participants and Accompanying Persons

Full day tours are organized for Saturday, September 24th, and you can choose between two options below (both tours are for minimum 20 people, if there are not enough people registered for tours, they will be cancelled and money will be refunded).

Bled is often mentioned as the pearl of the Alpine region due to its emerald-green lake, a church on the island in the middle of the lake and a medieval castle from the 11th century on a cliff above the lake.
You will be taken by Bled's typical "pletna" boat to the island after the bus ride around the lake you will have a guided tour of Bled Castle ( printing works, wine cellar, herbal gallery). Lunch at the restaurant at the river bank.
The journey will be continued to the largest glacier lake in Slovenia, situated in the region of the Julian Alps mountain range, with the highest Slovene peak (Mt.Triglav) rising above it. Beside the lake adorned the St.Joh's church with 13th century frescoes. Walk to the source of the Sava Bohinjka River.
On the way back to Ljubljana you will be taken to dinner in a local restaurant.

Price: 98 EUR per person/min 20 person
- English-speaking guide
- Bus transfer
- Ride with ‘pletna’
- Entrance to church on isle
- Entrance to Bled Castle
- Lunch in Bled
- Savica waterfall
- Dinner in Local restaurant

The Škocjan Caves are a unique natural phenomenon and has an extremely complex system of cave passages in a total length of 5.8 km. The caves are the biggest and best known natural phenomenon within the classical Karst area. With the shifting of sink holes in the geological past, numerous collapsed valleys have formed at the contact point where flysch meets limestone under the caverns. With their depth of 163 meters, Velika dolina and Mala dolina charm every visitor. The finest view of both valleys with the natural bridge and the cave that separates them is from an observation point.
Passing through a varied landscape, we reach the sparkling Mediterranean. In the harbourof Izola, we board a boat and sail along the coast to enjoy impressions of stunning cliffs, beaches and towns. The gem of the Slovenian coast is the medieval Piran, tucked in between the sea and the mighty town walls. Strong links with Venice in the past are still reflected in the town’s present appearance. The central square boasts eminent historical palaces, the birth house of the maestro Tartini, his monument and his name. We will walk up to the imposing Church of St. George with its Venetian-like bell tower to admire the view over the wonderful mosaic of roofs, streets and squares with the stunning backdrop of the bay. After the sightseeing, you will have time to discover the hidden corners of the town, wander along the promenade. Portorož is a contrast to historic Piran, being mundane resort town whose lively atmosphere you can enjoy during free time.

Price: 110 EUR per person/min 20 person
- English-speaking guide
- Bus transfer
- entrance fee to Škocjan caves
- panorama ride from Izola to Piran
- Lunch in local fish restaurant with drinks
- entrance and sightseeing of Sečovlje saltpans
- dinner