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Both residents and numerous visitors perceive Ljubljana as a city made to the measure of man. Ljubljana is classified as a mid-sized European city, but it has preserved its small-town friendliness and relaxed atmosphere while providing all the facilities of a modern capital. It is a very unique city dotted with pleasant picturesque places.

Ljubljana Castle lies atop Castle Hill and is a well-known landmark here. This monument has served as military housing as well as the royal residence over the past centuries. The central element in touristy Ljubljana is this triple bridge. The central part is the original bridge, built-in 1842 and designed by an Italian architect. In 1929, Joze Plecnik, trying to eliminate congestion in traffic, planned, and built, ending in 1932, two side narrow bridges for pedestrians.



Postojna Cave is the best-known cave in the world. It is also the greatest tourist attraction in Slovenia and one of the world’s largest karst monuments. The Postojna Cave offers a unique and adventurous ride with a special train, which will take you into the cave and under spectacular underground arches, which are embellished with chandelier look-alike stalactites, through a beautiful subterranean world full of playful limestone sculptures.



The Lipica Stud Farm is one of the most beautiful cultural-historical monuments in Slovenia. Enjoy a guided walk beneath the crowns of mighty trees, enter the world of Lipica through the Museum of the Lipizzaner or take some rest in elegant style.


One of the most photogenic cities in the Mediterranean, Piran has preserved its unsurpassed charm. In Piran, you will feel as though you have stepped right into a picture postcard. You will be charmed by the narrow streets within the old town wall. In the main square, you will be greeted by the statue of the most famous man in Piran, the well-known Giuseppe Tartini, composer and virtuoso violinist who was born in a house just steps from the square. On the pier, you can catch sight of fisherman unravelling a fishing net. A market woman from Piran will have just delivered vegetables, fresh from her garden, to the market.



The oldest Slovenian seaside resort of Portorož has been well known from ancient times for its mild winter temperatures and gorgeous summer days. The destination exudes a resort feel, with all major hotels within walking distance of the beach, and is the destination for those looking for sun and relaxation. Not many people come to Portorož with the intention of going to bed early, and the city obligingly offers plenty of places to drink, dance or just chill out till the early morning hours. There are a number of great beach clubs with live music, trendy lounges, casinos, waterfront cafés and even a couple of grungy pubs if you’re in the mood to experience some less-refined local flavor.

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The beneficial climate and healing substances from the nearby, 700-year-old Sečovlje Salina have enabled the town to develop a long tradition of spa tourism and a very comprehensive wellness offer. The Sečovlje salt flats are the northernmost salt flats in the Mediterranean. The salt is produced in the traditional way based on a 700-year-old method that harmonizes man and nature.

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The Vipava Valley is a lush green expanse, with rich soils and moderate rainfall, that straddles the Vipava River on its way to the Adriatic.

Located in the Slovenian Littoral, the Vipava Valley runs between the towns of Nova Gorica and Vipava. The valley offers magnificent scenery from hills and mountains, to ruined castles, beautifully preserved gothic churches and charming villages with tiled roofs. The unique climate of the valley has encouraged vibrant viticulture, with over 3,000 acres of the valley covered with grape vines. Romans started winemaking in the area over 2,000 years ago. In fact, wine-making is regarded a way of life here.

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Vipava Valley


Nova Gorica

Nova Gorica, a small town at the border with Italy, has been the heart of the sunny Goriška region for almost six decades. It has grown after the World War II as a substitute town for Gorizia, which remained on the other side of the border. It is a town with a mild climate, green and blooming all year round, young, lively and friendly to the local people and visitors from all over the world. As a unique example in Europe, the two towns are located at the border with no border crossings and living in a great co-existence. Nova Gorica is surrounded by many other sights of interest (Kostanjevica Monastery, Sveta Gora, Kromberk Castle, the Solkan Railway Bridge).

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The Solkan Railway Bridge in Nova Gorica


The Posočje Region (Soča Valley), which unveils breathtaking natural wonders at every step of the way, also stores shocking memories of the most atrocious battles of World War I. The most important heritage and memorials of the Battles of the Isonzo are now connected through the Walk of Peace and can also be seen at the Kobarid Museum, winner of several national and international awards.


Bled, the town that exists for thousand years, sheltered by picturesque mountains, with an Alpine lake and the only Slovenian island that reigns in the middle. Lake Bled is truly the jewel of Slovenia with its legendary island in the middle of the lake, castle and hot springs. Its beneficial climate has attracted numerous cosmopolitan visitors for centuries.

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The town of Radovljica (sometimes shortened to Radol’ca) is filled with charming, historic buildings and blessed with scenic views of the Alps, including Triglav. It was settled by the early Slavs, and by the 14th century had grown into an important market town centered on a large rectangular square, today’s Linhartov trg, and fortified with high stone walls. Much of the original architecture, amazingly, is still standing and looks remarkably unchanged from those early days.

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The most prominent feature of Celje is the old medieval castle, once home to the counts of Celje. It lies southwest of the town and it is currently being restored. The castle is on the top of the hill that offers a good hike and an excellent view of the area.

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Ptuj is arguably the most attractive historic town and in fact the oldest continuously settled town in Slovenia. Situated next to the Drava River a jumble of medieval streets, squares and churches rise up to the picturesque castle that sits on top of the hill. It is a wonderful place to spend a day or two soaking up the history.



Maribor, the second-largest city in Slovenia, is pleasantly small and set in the wonderful, natural surroundings of Pohorje on one side, and wine growing hills on the other, with the Drava River wending its way through. The city is also a popular winter destination. Ski terrains of Mariborsko Pohorje start on the verge of Maribor. With 80 km of slopes, 36 km of cross-country runs and 20 ski lifts, this is Slovenia’s largest ski area. There are also a number of excellent spa and wellness centers in the region.

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The quiet, industrial town of Sevnica is located on the banks of the Sava River in central Slovenia. With a population of 5,000, Sevnica has two wine roads and is one of the main wine-growing regions in Slovenia, and has numerous beautiful castles and churches and other sights of interest. The town’s star attraction is undoubtedly Sevnica Castle, set on top of a small hill above the old town center. Another specialty in Sevnica is the annual Salamijada (Salami Festival) which has been running for over 50 years and takes places at the popular restaurant Gostilna Vrtošek in the old town.

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The castle in Otočec is the gem of tourism in the region, which lies on a small island in the middle of the Krka river, where its beauty has impressed passersby for eight centuries. Rebuilt into a luxurious hotel, it has preserved the beauty of the past and has sensitively woven it into the top-of-the-range contemporary offer of castle tourism.

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