Explore Slovenia

Slovenia consists of vastly different geographical regions including a green oasis which stretches over more than 1,000 km2 and is covered with conifer forests, nestled between Italy and Croatia. It has the mighty but easily accessible Julian Alps, most of which are located in the Triglav National Park.

Slovenia is also famous for its mysterious Slovenian Karst which is said to be the most beautiful part of our planet’s underground world. Postojna Caves is part of this system and it is the most visited cave in Europe. This 2 million year old, 27km long underground cave is easily accessible, and a wonder to see. Slovenia’s capital Ljubljana is a romantic city with cobbled streets, fine architecture and a Medieval Castle.

Bordering Croatia, Italy, Austria and Hungary it is an inviting destination to visit while in Europe. Experience and explore a different and diverse way of life in this small and pristine country.

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Slovenia’s capital city is smaller than most European capitals but offers plenty to see and do. A beautiful old city centre, the Tromostovje Bridges and castles are just some of the highlights.

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With immense natural beauty, Bled, together with its mild and healing climate is ranked amongst the most beautiful alpine resorts in the world.