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Friday and Saturday Guided tours of Maribor

Friday and Saturday Guided tours of Maribor

Friday afternoon and Saturday morning in Maribor - it's time to take a guided tour around the city and visit an urban provider! The sightseeing with a tourist guide's company offers much more than an independent exploration of the city. For a true experience of Maribor: exceptional historical facts, rich tourist offerings and the lively beat of city streets and squares will be spiced up with a visit to one of the numerous urban providers - from museums, galleries, World's Oldest Vine to workshops and providers of unique products. 1 June - 26 October 2019 ǀ Fridays at 4 p.m. ǀ Saturdays at 11 a.m. Meeting point: TIC Maribor (Partizanska cesta Street, 6A) Duration of a guided tour with a visit to a provider: 1.5 h. Language (s): guided tours will be held in Slovene and English; in September and October, German will also be available. Guided tours in Slovene language will be held only by prior arrangement. Price: 8.00 EUR / person, for children up to 7 years old the guided tour is free of charge. Payments are accepted at TIC Maribor.
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Maribor Wine Trail

Maribor Wine Trail

Get to know excellent Styrian wines! The Maribor Wine Trail takes you through the wine cellars in the centre of Maribor where you will be able to get to know excellent Styrian wines and their producers. The Maribor Wine Trail package includes: Wine bar LeVino Maribor Water Tower Wine Shop The Old Vine House Wine cellar Vinag Purchase packages Maribor Wine Trail or Maribor Wine Trail with visit to the wine underground: TIC Maribor, Partizanska cesta 6 A Street, Maribor, Phone: +386 (0) 2 23 46 611, E-mail: tic@maribor.si Old Vine House, Vojašniska ulica 8 Street, Maribor, Phone: +386 (0) 2 25 15 100, E-mail: stara-trta@maribor.si A possibility for an extra charge: A professionally guided tour on the topic of the city’s wine culture: surcharge according to the guidebook.
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Maribor Culinary Trail

Maribor Culinary Trail

Would you like to try local Styrian dishes? The Maribor Culinary Trail takes you to restaurants in the centre of Maribor, where you can get to know each other with excellent Styrian cuisine. The package includes 4 stops: Pri treh Ribnikih Restaurant Restaurant 7 Gostilna Maribor Old Vine House Schedule: Visits are possible during the opening hours of individual locations (groups need to announce their arrival beforehand) Purchase of package Maribor Culinary Trail: TIC Maribor, Partizanska cesta 6 A Street, Maribor, Phone: +386 (0) 2 23 46 611, E-mail: tic@maribor.si Old Vine House, Vojašniska ulica 8 Street, Maribor, Phone: +386 (0) 2 25 15 100, E-mail: stara-trta@maribor.si A possibility for an extra charge: A professionally guided tour on the topic of the city’s wine culture: surcharge according to the guidebook.
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SUP Tour Lent

SUP Tour Lent

Enjoy best activity in Maribor and explore the meandering Drava River and Maribor’s secrets from the tranquillity of water. Tour Program The SUP instructors will give you a brief introductory stand-up paddle-boarding course. They will tell you everything you need to know about safe and comfortable SUPing. This means you can join the tour even if you have no previous experience in paddle-boarding. After we will help you stand on your own two feet, we will SUP towards the three towers along the river. We will glide past the picturesque Judgement Tower and Water Tower and then further on looms the Jewish Tower next to the synagogue.
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Regional Museum Maribor

Regional Museum Maribor

Regional Museum Maribor is located in the Maribor Castle which in all its opulence stands in the heart of the old town core. Archeology, ethnology and comprehensive cultural history of the Maribor region and its surroundings is everything you can discover in the Maribor Castle. Visit the Regional Museum, a general museum dealing with collecting, protecting, researching, exhibiting and the popularizing of movable cultural heritage. Enjoy the culture and history of our museum. The Regional museum is also for lovers of music and youngesters. In our museum are also different events such as concerts, lectures and professional gatherings. Special attention is given to younger visitors, for whom we organize professional guidance in the form of lessons and ocassional workshops for children.
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Museum of National Liberation Maribor

Museum of National Liberation Maribor

Are you interested in the happenings that took place in our locality in World War II? You are more than welcome to visit the historical museum, which deals with museology and historiograhical proceedings of modern history of Northeastern Slovenia. The museum can be found in a bourgeois villa in the city centre on the corner of the streets Mladinska and Ulica heroja Tomšiča. The museum's specialty is its archives with more than 120 metres of first-class material of occupier and partisan origin. The permanent exhibition shows happenings in the region of Maribor between World War II. In all six exhibition rooms visitors learn about: - the Nazi occupation, - the occupier's Germanizational measures of the Slovenian population and - the organization of the resistance and the operations of the resistance groups and partisan units in this part of Slovenia from 1941 up to the end of the war. We offer professional guided tours through the exhibitions and collections if you are interested in more detailed information on the above. Beside the exhibitions in the museum house in Maribor, the museum has permanent exhibitions on Osankarica, in Ribnica na Pohorju and at St. Primož on Pohorje.
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Maribor Synagogue

Maribor Synagogue

The Maribor Synagogue today is a centre for cultural activities and it offers visitors different events including exhibitions, concerts, literary evenings and round tables. You can find the Synagogue in the square Židovski trg in the former Jewish quarter, which is situated near the square Glavni trg. Its purpose through time Maribor's synagogue was first mentioned in the year 1429, but for sure it was built earlier on. Occasionally it served as the seat of the supreme rabbinate for Štajerska, which concludes that there was a Jewish community here. The synagogue was consecrated as Catholic Church and called All Saints in 1501. It was turned into and used as warehouse after 1785. Next to the synagogue once stood the rabbi's house, a Talmud school and a graveyard, and down by the river Drava a ceremonial bathing place.
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Franciscan church

Franciscan church

When exploring the old town core, it is impossible to overlook the "reddish" Franciscan church with its monastery. It is located next to important streets in the centre of town, such as Partizanska cesta and Svetozarevska ulica. Do you know the legend of the Franciscan Monks? “Long, long ago some farmers gave the Francis brothers the gift of a cow. But the monks did not have a rope to put around the cow’s neck, which of course caused them a lot of trouble. Since then they always wear a rope around their waits”.
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