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This tiny region in the Slovenian hills is known for its numerous farms and wineries. The vine-rich hills produce premium local wines, top-notch olive oil, and cherries. Locals will serve you delectable homemade delicacies as you soak up the golden light of the Slovenian countryside. Walk or bike through the olive groves and the rustic hilltop settlements, or take advantage of the many events and wine tastings. Charming and remote, Goriska Brda is a hidden gem.
Situated just minutes from both the Italian and Austrian boders, Kranjska Gora tucked away in northwestern Slovenia is a popular destination in both summer and winter. The alpine resort located at the foot of Skrlatica with glacial lakes is heaven for hikers and skiers alike.
Kranjska Gora is perfect for those who love active and chilled nature.
Lake Bled, nestled between the trees high in the Julian alps, looks like it was snatched right out of a fairy tale. On a tiny island in the middle of the turquoise lake, a charming church peaks out of the trees, as if a little self-conscious to be the center of attention. Bled Castle, a hulking medieval masterpiece, overlooks the lake, clinging to the jagged cliffside.
Slovenia’s capital somehow does the impossible -- it maintains a cozy, small-town feel while offering all the elegance and amenities of a big city. Its vibrant art scene, quirky, alternative nightclubs, and superb dining form the perfect counterpart to the city’s abundant green open spaces. With cars no longer allowed in the city center, pedestrians and cyclists can take their time ambling along the banks of the Ljubljanica river, which winds quietly but steadily throughout the city. With this in mind, it’s not hard to imagine that Ljubljana is one of Europe’s greenest, most sustainable cities.
Slovenia's second largest city is famous for its wine. The charming town has a quaint medieval feel, enhanced by the pedestrian-only streets. The area of Lent is the number one place to explore. This part of the city dates back to the 16th century and is easily one of the best places to stroll around and get acquainted with Maribor. Within the area you'll find Judgement Tower, once linked to witch trials!
Wine and the arts define the small city of Novo Mesto situated near the border with Croatia. The old town is the perfect place to spend an afternoon or evening after having explored the countryside. The river-side town is filled with squares, historic churches, and the Dolenjska Museum.
The town, a picturesque archaeological gem on the banks of the Krka River is surrounded by stunning wine-growing countrysides.
This Slovenian fishing town, crammed on a narrow peninsula that juts into the Adriatic sea, will undoubtedly steal your heart. It is a culinary paradise, a town of olive oil, elegant seafood and rich wines.
This salt-infused town strewn by the Adriatic is one of Slovenia’s most beautiful and romantic. Brace yourself, you’re about to surrender to its charms!
Soča Valley is any adventurer’s paradise. Whether it’s canyoneering, white-water rafting, hiking, paragliding, or mountain biking, Soca Valley has it all. There are even too many activities to fit in this paragraph, let alone in your short time there.