Expano Pavilion : In the middle of nature, near Lake Soboško jezero, the Expano Regional Promotion Centre opens the doors of the Pomurje region to you. We invite you to explore the region in the Interactive Adventure Park; to test the power of your thoughts and draw water from the depths; to fly with a virtual balloon and discover Pomurje from the air or to travel 60 million years back to the time of the Pannonian Sea. Taste Pomurje's gastronomy, try stand-up paddle boarding, test your strength in the motor park and treat yourself to a gift from the shop and support local producers. We encourage you to explore Pomurje further and delve deeper into the country, visit its many tourist farms, thermal spas, vineyards and savour the spellbinding beauty of our Pannonia towns and villages, as well as its culinary delights and wines. Essentially, Expano is the promoter and engine of tourism in the region. It introduces visitors from near and far to Pomurje, while developing new content to offer the world exciting, memorable and unique experiences. The pavilion's exhibits are accessible to wheelchair users; there is also a disabled toilet. The business area is accessible by a lift, which is large enough. Outside there are plenty of parking spaces for the disabled, and the surroundings of the pavilion and the paths around the lake are accessible for a wheelchair.Expano Pavilion - The Gates of Pomurje
The Lake Velenjsko in Slovenia is the largest lake in the valley and one of the largest in Slovenia. Its river district stretches over 20 km2 and is home to about 1,500 inhabitants. The lake is 1.4 km long and 1.3 km wide and has a depth of 64 m, making it the deepest lake in Slovenia. The lake is also home to the famous Velenje beach: an increasingly popular meeting place for locals and tourists alike, it has become an important part of inland tourism in the small country. The beach offers a wide range of water sports and other activities, including shows and entertainment. In terms of accessibility, the paths around the lake are wheelchair accessible. For users with reduced mobility there is a special mobile deckchair (free of charge) to roll along the beach and get into the water. In addition, a personal tour guide or assistant can be hired at the local tourist office. He/she will help you to get to know the area and to do many activities on the beach (dinner, boat trip, etc.).
The Post and Telecommunications Museum is housed in the Polhov Gradec mansion, where you will share stories about the times when we waited anxiously for the postman to bring fresh news and when mobile phones were not yet a part of our daily lives. Two permanent exhibitions are on display in the Museum: on the history of the post office and on the history of telecommunications, as well as the 'iva Corner, intended for the youngest visitors to the Museum. The History of the Post Office provides an overview of postal transport, with models of post office carriages, post offices from different periods and post office workers' uniforms. Visitors can listen to the tunes of a postal horn, write with an ink pen and watch an animated film about a postal employee, as well as other archive films. Another part of the museum is devoted to the history of communications, from early electric telegraphs, teleprinters and telephones to an automated telephone exchange, which can actually be used. Visitors can listen to stories collected by children from the time before mobile phones and try out the first automated switchboard in the Kingdom of SHS. The "Please Touch" museum tour is dedicated to blind and visually impaired visitors, as well as all other curious and inquisitive souls who want to explore and learn about our technological heritage through their senses. The tour presents the history of postal services from ancient times to the present day and the history of telecommunications. Visitors can touch a landmark, read the legend of St. Ulrich on a medieval parchment, learn about the speed at which messages travelled in the past, hear a town crier's proclamation, listen to the melodies of the postal horn, touch various types of writing instruments and the 3D model of the world's first mobile phone and much more. The museum tour was prepared in cooperation with the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering of the University of Ljubljana. It is more difficult for people with reduced mobility to access the museum as the building has no lifts and is located on the first floor of the old mansion".
Where technical heritage and nature tell countless stories … In the idyllic setting of the former charterhouse in Bistra, only twenty kilometres from Ljubljana, the museum presents a series of items to attract your attention: rare examples of prestigious limousines of high technical and historical value that were used by the Yugoslav president Tito, the first Ljubljana tram from 1901, an extensive collection of bicycles, printing presses and sewing machines, a water-powered veneer mill, a locomobile, a smith, the bear that became a world champion in 1973, an exhibition on the history of motoring in Slovenia, spanning over 100 years, interesting temporary exhibitions and many other things to make your visit worthwhile. The museum offers also guided tours for visually impaired visitors (obligatory reservations: email@example.com, +386 1 70 66 72). Wheelchairs: No disabled parking place, but there is a big parking space, and you can park close to the entrance. Macadam paths around the museum, with some parts with sandy paths, so hardly manageable for manual wheelchairs. The entrance is accessible, also the store and the restaurant. Toilet is not adapted and small. Only the exhibitions on the ground flor (part of the traffic, textile and agriculture department, some water driving machinery and the exhibition "Caution, electricity!") are accessible. Some exhibition spaces are on the first floor, divided by stairs, and since there is no elevator, they are manageable with the help of their friendly staff.
PLAN BE is an organization running yoga for people with different abilities. Barbara Šamper is a founder of yoga classes and workshops named "Diversity in yoga". She was born with cerebral palsy and teaches yoga especially for wheelchair users. Her education is based on two different yoga styles - Hatha and Iyengar yoga. She believes that yoga is for everybody and is not a matter of body abilities.
Alternative Ljubljana brings you the top-notch Ljubljana points of interest in a mixture of academic expertise and local street credibility. Their walking alternative tours mix the best Ljubljana sights and unique aspects of the city with cultural attractions. This is Ljubljana from a community-conscious perspective. Check out their accessible tours (LGBT, Graffiti, Deadly tour, etc.), and many workshops, some are regular, they organise annual street art festival, and are also available for on-site, on demand workshops, where they adjust the activities to your wishes and needs. Accessible for wheelchairs, they also have experience with visually impaired guests, so everything is adapted also for their needs. One of their instructors is also an educated pedagogical worker.
The Vulkanija Adventure Park presents the forces within the Earth’s core and the geological processes that take place on or near the surface. Visitors can learn about the power of volcanoes and their activity through images, text and film, through play and interactive content, all of which will leave a lasting impression and help them overcome your fear of volcanoes. Vulcano games, a walk through the lava pipe, 3D movie with special effects about the formation of earth, real rocks, VR vulcano experience and other fascinating adventures are waiting for you. No barriers inside and outside for wheelchairs, only the mineral exhibition on 1st floor is not accessible. They also offer a ride with the train (accessible also for wheelchairs) through the vulcano landscape accompanied by a lecture. All tours are guided, with guests with visual impairments they have experience, adapt and and explain more deeply.
The most captivating cave with magnificent cave formations and diverse fauna. Take an unforgettable ride on Postojna Cave's underground train and experience a fascinating subterranean paradise shaped by tiny droplets over millions of years. Postojna Cave is the only place where you can see the most precious brilliant in the form of a cave formation and also meet the baby dragons. Just like the world above the surface, Postojna Cave boasts towering mountains, murmuring rivers and vast subterranean halls. It is a real challenge for explorers and the cradle of speleobiology. For wheelchair users the following is accessible inside the Park Postojnska jama: jama (cave), Vivarij (exploration part inside the cave, where you get to know all the living beings of the underground), and the museum Expo Jama Kras (modern and interactive presentation of subterranean karst formations and illustrates the history of the cave). On some parts the path is quite steep, so some help is needed. But they also offer tours with an accessible train. For the hard of hearing the museum and Vivarij are adapted, with signs and explanations of all exhibits. For the visually impaired they have a audio-guide inside all the seeings.
AERODIUM Logatec: The wind flow in wind tunnel is so strong that you will be able to lie down in it and to fly without wings. The laws of aerodynamics will allow you to soar up, to perform various movements by changing the position of your body and to feel most amazing emotions. It is safe to fly and you do not need a previous experience! An instructor will be with you during your flight, holding you above the wind flow on a safe height and, when you will relax, will fly together with you several meters high. You just need to come and they will provide all necessary equipment for flying. Employees there have experience with all kinds of disabled. Wheelchair users have their legs tied together, and they enter the wind tunnel with the help of employees. One of them is also with them inside the..... during the flight. They are also planning on buying leg braces for better support. For the hard of hearing they have a video with subtitles, unfortunately no one knows the sign language, but they make it work! They also explain everything to the visually impaired prior "departure".
The Tree Top Walk (Pot med krošnjami): The treetop walk is in the heart of the majestic forests of the Pohorje Mountains atop the 1,517-meter-high Mount Rogla. He will show you what makes the nature of the mountains of Pohorje unique. With us, you will learn about the local forests from root to tree top. You will be part of the jungle life and encounter some animals and plants that you won't find anywhere else. The walking track with a total length of 10 3 meters will take you through a diverse forest where you will find many surprises and new things to learn about the processes inside the forest, how to protect them and much more. Interesting facts, will help you better understand forests and their inhabitants what they need to live and thrive. For those with reduced mobility, they can rent a wheelchair for free. The track is completely accessible, barrier-free, with a maximum incline of 6%, as is the tower. Disabled parking in front, they also have disabled toilets. Discount for wheelchair users - only 9 euros, your assistant is free.
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