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LaškoUpper Savinja ValleyKoperBledIdrijaCerknoLjubljanaGreen KarstBela krajinaCenter NoordungČatež and PosavjePtujMariborDolenjskaRogla-PohorjeKranjska GoraMoravske TopliceNovo mestoVipava ValleyBrda

Laško

Laško is a place of personal stories. Find yours between rivers and hills, spas and mansions, towns and villages. Write it with an abundance of healing waters, brewing traditions and paths to health and wellbeing. All experienced alongside people, who give hospitality its true name and meaning.

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Upper Savinja Valley

Below the peaks of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps, in the Upper Savinja Valley, the Savinja River is reborn every day. Its flow first disperses into millions of drops of the Rinka waterfall in the Logarska valley, one of the most beautiful glacial valleys in Europe. The green forests, meadows and settlements of the Savinjska meander across the Alps and valleys together with the Savinja, which from the air looks like a heartbeat, written on the map of northern Slovenia. Here we know how to quickly raise the number of heartbeats - with sports, genuine hospitality or views that mesmerize like love at first sight.

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Koper

Koper, the largest town of Slovenian Istria and the home of about one half of the population of the Municipality of Koper, is also the only Slovenian port; in addition, it also hosts one of the Slovenian universities.

The town of Koper is considered to be one of the oldest Slovenian towns, with its rich history dating back to the Middle Bronze Age.
Koper was first populated during the time of the Romans and used to be an island; after the Roman Empire, several reigns and countries developed in the area, which led to its different names. The original name of the settlement on the island where the town is located today was Aegida; during the Roman reign, the town was called Capris and later Insula Capraria (Goat Island); the Byzantines called it Justinopolis, while the patriarchs of Aquileia gave it the name Caput Histriae (Head of Istria).
The Venetians, whose influence in the area was the most visible, named the settlement Capo d’Istria (Head of Istria); in addition to the Slovenian version (Koper), this is also the version that is still in use today, with Koper being a bilingual zone.

During the Venetian Republic (13th – 18th century), the town experienced a huge economic and cultural boom. The architecture of the town you can admire today bears witness to it, while the shape of the island was gradually lost during shrinkage of salt evaporation ponds (that were definitely eliminated in 1912).
After the fall of the Venetian Republic, Koper was dominated by the Austrians and, in the meantime, by Napoleon (for a short time); after changes experienced during and after both World Wars, Koper became a part of Yugoslavia and has been a part of the independent republic of Slovenia since 1991.

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Bled

With immense natural beauty, Bled, together with its surroundings, ranks among the most beautiful alpine resorts, renowned for its mild, healing climate and thermal lake water. The beauty of the mountains reflected on the lake, the sun, the serenity and the fresh air arouse pleasant feelings in visitors throughout the year, guaranteeing an ideal base or a relaxing break or an active holiday. Bled attracts businessmen, artists, athletes, explorers, sport enthusiasts, the old and the young, from all over the world, enchanting them to return again and again.

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Idrija

The half-a-millennium-long history of Idrija began with the discovery of a rare and valuable liquid metal: mercury. The exciting discovery draw many miners into the valley that soon saw the development of a lively mining settlement, topped with a mining castle Gewerkenegg since 1533. With the discovery of the amalgamation procedure accompanying the discovery of South American silver and gold mines, mercury gained recognition and the Idrija mine soon became the second largest producer of this sole liquid metal in the world, while abroad it was renowned for its excellent technical equipment.

With the mine on the rise, 18th century saw Idrija develop into the second largest town in the Kranjska region, welcoming numerous workers from many lands. Some of the most renowned members of home and European Enlightenment emphasized its cosmopolitan character. The technical domain was proud of polymath and klavže constructor Jožef Mrak, while Idrija was put on the international map by the famous natural scientists Giovanni Antonio Scopoli, a Tirolian doctor, and Balthasar Hacquet, a surgeon of Breton descent.

In the 17th century, the miners’ wives began practicing the craft of bobbin lacemaking; the beauty and delicateness of their lace were held in high regard especially in the higher class. The most famous lacemaker was Ivanka Ferjančič, an excellent local lacemaker and the first teacher in Idrija Lace School.

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Cerkno

Visit and explore the natural beauties and rich cultural heritage of the Cerkno region by taking a trip on its extensive hiking and cycling trails. The surrounding hills welcome you with their wonderful views and we invite you to taste the delicious cuisine of the Cerkno region.

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Ljubljana

Due to its picturesqueness and green areas, they say that Ljubljana is a city with a green soul. It is characterized by a relaxed atmosphere and a mixture of different cultural influences. It offers everything that big capitals have, and at the same time it is small enough to make visitors feel at home during their stay.
Ljubljana has succeeded in preserving traces of all periods of rich history; the legacy of Roman Emona, a former town center with Renaissance, Baroque and Art Nouveau facades, decorated portals and romantic bridges surrounding the Ljubljanica River. Today's image is partly given by the Italian Baroque and partly by the Art Nouveau, which is more than two hundred years younger, reflected in the style of many buildings erected immediately after the earthquake in 1895. Today, Ljubljana is the city you get to know best while walking through the city streets or observing its lively pulse in one of the many bars that stretch along the Ljubljanica River.
Ljubljana is also the city of many theaters, museums and galleries, and also boasts one of the oldest philharmonics in the world. Every year, more than 10,000 cultural events take place in the Slovenian capital.
Extensive areas for cyclists and pedestrians represent many opportunities for an active green holiday in nature. Visitors can go to nature right from the city center and discover hiking and biking trails in Ljubljana and its surroundings. Visitors can also visit the city center on the Urban electric tourist train or take a free ride on the Kavalir electric vehicle.
Ljubljana's cuisine is distinguished by a diverse selection, ranging from traditional Slovenian dishes to classics of international cuisine and specialties of more exotic cuisines. In recent years, Ljubljana has become a paradise for food lovers, as evidenced by numerous food-related events.

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Green Karst

Step into the beautiful world of natural wonders, fascinating castles and an exciting past.

Postojna Cave, Predjama Castle, Lake Cerknica, Snežnik Castle and the Park of Military History are experiences which you simply must try.

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Bela krajina

The Bela krajina region along the legendary border River Kolpa amazes with images of litter meadows full of silver birches. Črnomelj, Metlika and Semič are towns with quirky folklore, handicrafts, wine and excellent dishes.

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Center Noordung

The Noordung Center in Vitanje discloses secrets of the universe through virtual reality, screenings and exhibitions.Vitanje, a small rural village, hidden between Vitanje Karavanke and Pohorje, hides a futuristic object, designed according to the Herman Potočnik's idea of Space Station, the Noordung Center, which takes you to the world of infinity.

Who or what is Noordung?

Herman Potočnik Noordung, who is connected with Vitanje via maternal roots, was a futurist, rocket engineer and pioneer of astronautics and cosmonautics. In 1929 he wrote a book The Problem of Space Traveling - a Rocket Engine (Problem vožnje po Vesolju – Raketni motor), which greatly inspired the modern space engineers to develop space-travel technologies.

The Center of Space Technology: even and especially for the amateurs!

The Noordung Center promotes space technologies and human achievements in space. Virtual reality, simulators and projections are complex technologies that offer effective insight into the mysteries of the infinite universe. The Noordung Center is also a great learning space for children about experiences in space.

Check out one of the permanent exhibitions:

Herman Potočnik Noordung. Understand the visionary and his most famous idea - a lounge bike.
Slovenia in Space. Some Slovenians have left a huge impact in space - get to know them!
Images of the Earth. Check out what the green planet looks like from space.
Life in Space. Learn how astronauts eat in zero gravity and what soup looks like in a vacuum.
The MOON – a giant leap for the mankind. Learn more about the Earth's only satellite.
The Solar System. Get the right idea of the size of the planets and check out the meteorite casts.

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Čatež and Posavje

Destination Čatež and Posavje is certainly not one of those that leaves you indifferent in any way. Thermal waters, refreshing rivers, lush green nature, wine-growing hills, and friendly local people are just some of the reasons why the Posavje region makes such an enormous impact. Pamper your senses with thermal and gastronomic experiences. Travel in time and discover the rich cultural heritage of the Posavje region. Enjoy the richness of this green destination where you can experience the adrenaline rush or recharge your batteries while engaging in numerous outdoor activities available.

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Ptuj

Take a stroll through history paved with new adventures. Not many cities have been as successful as Ptuj at preserving their medieval architectural design. A walk through the oldest Slovenian city will take you past Roman monuments and magnificent medieval facades. Cobbled streets and squares will lead you to one of the most majestic castles in Slovenia that offers a view over the roof tiles of medieval monasteries, churches, and other buildings.
Be it in the summer or winter, Ptuj offers cultural adventures 365 days a year. Kurentovanje was selected one of the top 10 carnivals in the world, and spring brings the Salon Sauvignon and Specialties of Slovene Farms. Summers are the time for the contemporary art festival Art Stays, the Arsana music festival, and Days of Poetry and Wine, as well as the Roman games, medieval reenactments, and traditional fairs. Autumns are dedicated to wine-related events, and December is traditionally festive.
Naj bo poletje ali zima, Ptuj ponuja kulturna doživetja 365 dni v letu.

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Maribor

The city of Maribor is located by the Drava River in the embrace of green Pohorje forests and picturesque wine growing hills. You are invited to the Maribor-Pohorje tourist destination!

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Dolenjska

In Dolenjska, a region of thermal springs along the Krka River, you can get from Šmarješke Toplice and Dolenjske Toplice to Novo mesto with its globally important archaeological heritage. The quirky Slovenian wine called Cviček is produced around the town of situlae.

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Rogla-Pohorje

The Rogla-Pohorje tourist destination stretches across the mighty Pohorje, reigned by Rogla, past the wine-growing hills where it aligns with the calming Dravinja valley. Hidden Vitanje, touristy Zreče, white Oplotnica and picturesque Slovenske Konjice are magical places with energy of Pohorje, gems of nature, remarkable history - and the greatest treasure of all, friendly people.

These people know exactly why they are inviting you with a slogan: Explore, Feel, Enjoy.

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Kranjska Gora

The lively adventures of the Julian Alps are waiting for you in Kranjska Gora and its surroundings. There are countless adventures you can try, from an active holiday to a peaceful discovering of nature and the cultural heritage. You can uncover the mystery of well-being in the rich wellness offer, attend business and social meetings or take your family to explore the mystical past of the Zgornjesavska valley. You will never be bored.

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Moravske Toplice

At the very heart of Prekmurje, in the extreme north-east corner of Slovenia, one can find the village of Moravske Toplice. This is a place which has been attracting visitors to enjoy the sun as well as its healing and refreshing thermo-mineral waters for more than 50 years. From early times, Moravske Toplice has enchanted visitors with its beautiful plains as well as the hilly landscape of Goričko featuring small villages. You can enjoy the breath-taking nature and unforgettable scenic views offered by the endless plains and numerous hills which diversify the otherwise level terrain. A feeling of relaxation, wellbeing and a domestic atmosphere can be sensed every step of the way.
This is a place where visitors simply feel at home

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Novo mesto

The town where the incredible energy of the countryside combines the past with the present. Because we are focused on sustainable progress, we value the importance and influence of nature. Life in Novo mesto flows on different levels; from the vast landscape of Gorjanci hills, where the hiking trails and unexpected springs of healing drinking water will amaze hikers, to the refreshing beauty of the river Krka. Allow yourself to experience the rhythm of the wine-growing Trška gora and enjoy the beauty of Otočec Castle. Novo mesto will fill you with the fresh energy you've been needing for a long time.

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Vipava Valley

In western Slovenia, right by the Italian border and just an hour's drive from Venice, travellers are fascinated by a unique landscape. The fertile Vipava Valley, enclosed by tall mountain plateaus on one side and surrounded by winegrowing hills on the other, to the west opens up into the plains of the cross-border Goriška region. Diverse terrain and Mediterranean flora, old stone houses and church belfries, medieval settlements and castles paint a dreamlike imagery here. Reminiscent of Tuscany perhaps, though its steep cliffs and many water sources give the valley a unique, lush vibe. The climate is gently pleasant, too. All year round!

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Brda

Occupying 72km2 of rolling hills between the Soča River and Italian border, Brda is one of Slovenia’s foremost wine-growing areas and only an hour’s drive from Ljubljana and Venice on the other side. Often described as a miniature version of Tuscany, every hill seems to be topped with a large church (there are actually more than 30 in all) surrounded by a charming little village, while the hillsides and valleys in between are blanketed with vineyards, orchards and winding country roads. Aside from a few larger estates and one cooperative, most of the vineyards are smaller family-run operations, and almost all offer some combination of wine tastings, tours, meals, accommodation and of course wine sales. The region is also known for its traditional Mediterranean-influenced cuisine, and a trip to Brda without enjoying a slow multi-course meal on a terrace overlooking the vineyards almost defeats the entire purpose.

 

If you’ve never been to Brda before, 23m lookout tower in Gonjače is a logical first stop on your tour. Proceed with picturesque medieval village Šmartno (where Tourist info centre is), Dobrovo castle and renaissance Vila Vipolže. Experience a jeep ride along vineyards and olive groves while stopping in one of the many cellars which offer tastings of wines ranked among TOP 100 Best Wines in the world while try local cuisine based on seasonal dishes. Or take a walk along the Alpe Adria Trail and Juliana Trail, cycle through the vineyards and castles, discover caves and restings from 1st World War on Mt.Sabotin  or learn how to cook as a local. Welcome to Brda!

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Bela krajina

The Bela krajina region along the legendary border River Kolpa amazes with images of litter meadows full of silver birches. Črnomelj, Metlika and Semič are towns with quirky folklore, handicrafts, wine and excellent dishes.

thermana

Watch the video

         

Bled

With immense natural beauty, Bled, together with its surroundings, ranks among the most beautiful alpine resorts, renowned for its mild, healing climate and thermal lake water. The beauty of the mountains reflected on the lake, the sun, the serenity and the fresh air arouse pleasant feelings in visitors throughout the year, guaranteeing an ideal base or a relaxing break or an active holiday. Bled attracts businessmen, artists, athletes, explorers, sport enthusiasts, the old and the young, from all over the world, enchanting them to return again and again.

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Brda
Occupying 72km2 of rolling hills between the Soča River and Italian border, Brda is one of Slovenia’s foremost wine-growing areas and only an hour’s drive from Ljubljana and Venice on the other side. Often described as a miniature version of Tuscany, every hill seems to be topped with a large church (there are actually more than 30 in all) surrounded by a charming little village, while the hillsides and valleys in between are blanketed with vineyards, orchards and winding country roads. Aside from a few larger estates and one cooperative, most of the vineyards are smaller family-run operations, and almost all offer some combination of wine tastings, tours, meals, accommodation and of course wine sales. The region is also known for its traditional Mediterranean-influenced cuisine, and a trip to Brda without enjoying a slow multi-course meal on a terrace overlooking the vineyards almost defeats the entire purpose.

 

If you’ve never been to Brda before, 23m lookout tower in Gonjače is a logical first stop on your tour. Proceed with picturesque medieval village Šmartno (where Tourist info centre is), Dobrovo castle and renaissance Vila Vipolže. Experience a jeep ride along vineyards and olive groves while stopping in one of the many cellars which offer tastings of wines ranked among TOP 100 Best Wines in the world while try local cuisine based on seasonal dishes. Or take a walk along the Alpe Adria Trail and Juliana Trail, cycle through the vineyards and castles, discover caves and restings from 1st World War on Mt.Sabotin  or learn how to cook as a local. Welcome to Brda!

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Center Noordung

The Noordung Center in Vitanje discloses secrets of the universe through virtual reality, screenings and exhibitions.Vitanje, a small rural village, hidden between Vitanje Karavanke and Pohorje, hides a futuristic object, designed according to the Herman Potočnik’s idea of Space Station, the Noordung Center, which takes you to the world of infinity.

Who or what is Noordung?

Herman Potočnik Noordung, who is connected with Vitanje via maternal roots, was a futurist, rocket engineer and pioneer of astronautics and cosmonautics. In 1929 he wrote a book The Problem of Space Traveling – a Rocket Engine (Problem vožnje po Vesolju – Raketni motor), which greatly inspired the modern space engineers to develop space-travel technologies.

The Center of Space Technology: even and especially for the amateurs!

The Noordung Center promotes space technologies and human achievements in space. Virtual reality, simulators and projections are complex technologies that offer effective insight into the mysteries of the infinite universe. The Noordung Center is also a great learning space for children about experiences in space.

Check out one of the permanent exhibitions:

Herman Potočnik Noordung. Understand the visionary and his most famous idea – a lounge bike.
Slovenia in Space. Some Slovenians have left a huge impact in space – get to know them!
Images of the Earth. Check out what the green planet looks like from space.
Life in Space. Learn how astronauts eat in zero gravity and what soup looks like in a vacuum.
The MOON – a giant leap for the mankind. Learn more about the Earth’s only satellite.
The Solar System. Get the right idea of the size of the planets and check out the meteorite casts.

thermana

Watch the video

         

Cerkno

Visit and explore the natural beauties and rich cultural heritage of the Cerkno region by taking a trip on its extensive hiking and cycling trails. The surrounding hills welcome you with their wonderful views and we invite you to taste the delicious cuisine of the Cerkno region.

thermana

Watch the video

         

Čatež and Posavje

Destination Čatež and Posavje is certainly not one of those that leaves you indifferent in any way. Thermal waters, refreshing rivers, lush green nature, wine-growing hills, and friendly local people are just some of the reasons why the Posavje region makes such an enormous impact. Pamper your senses with thermal and gastronomic experiences. Travel in time and discover the rich cultural heritage of the Posavje region. Enjoy the richness of this green destination where you can experience the adrenaline rush or recharge your batteries while engaging in numerous outdoor activities available.

thermana

Watch the video

         

Dolenjska

In Dolenjska, a region of thermal springs along the Krka River, you can get from Šmarješke Toplice and Dolenjske Toplice to Novo mesto with its globally important archaeological heritage. The quirky Slovenian wine called Cviček is produced around the town of situlae.

thermana

Watch the video

         

Green Karst

Step into the beautiful world of natural wonders, fascinating castles and an exciting past.

Postojna Cave, Predjama Castle, Lake Cerknica, Snežnik Castle and the Park of Military History are experiences which you simply must try.

thermana

Watch the video

         

Idrija

The half-a-millennium-long history of Idrija began with the discovery of a rare and valuable liquid metal: mercury. The exciting discovery draw many miners into the valley that soon saw the development of a lively mining settlement, topped with a mining castle Gewerkenegg since 1533. With the discovery of the amalgamation procedure accompanying the discovery of South American silver and gold mines, mercury gained recognition and the Idrija mine soon became the second largest producer of this sole liquid metal in the world, while abroad it was renowned for its excellent technical equipment.

With the mine on the rise, 18th century saw Idrija develop into the second largest town in the Kranjska region, welcoming numerous workers from many lands. Some of the most renowned members of home and European Enlightenment emphasized its cosmopolitan character. The technical domain was proud of polymath and klavže constructor Jožef Mrak, while Idrija was put on the international map by the famous natural scientists Giovanni Antonio Scopoli, a Tirolian doctor, and Balthasar Hacquet, a surgeon of Breton descent.

In the 17th century, the miners’ wives began practicing the craft of bobbin lacemaking; the beauty and delicateness of their lace were held in high regard especially in the higher class. The most famous lacemaker was Ivanka Ferjančič, an excellent local lacemaker and the first teacher in Idrija Lace School.

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Koper

Koper, the largest town of Slovenian Istria and the home of about one half of the population of the Municipality of Koper, is also the only Slovenian port; in addition, it also hosts one of the Slovenian universities.

The town of Koper is considered to be one of the oldest Slovenian towns, with its rich history dating back to the Middle Bronze Age.
Koper was first populated during the time of the Romans and used to be an island; after the Roman Empire, several reigns and countries developed in the area, which led to its different names. The original name of the settlement on the island where the town is located today was Aegida; during the Roman reign, the town was called Capris and later Insula Capraria (Goat Island); the Byzantines called it Justinopolis, while the patriarchs of Aquileia gave it the name Caput Histriae (Head of Istria).
The Venetians, whose influence in the area was the most visible, named the settlement Capo d’Istria (Head of Istria); in addition to the Slovenian version (Koper), this is also the version that is still in use today, with Koper being a bilingual zone.

During the Venetian Republic (13th – 18th century), the town experienced a huge economic and cultural boom. The architecture of the town you can admire today bears witness to it, while the shape of the island was gradually lost during shrinkage of salt evaporation ponds (that were definitely eliminated in 1912).
After the fall of the Venetian Republic, Koper was dominated by the Austrians and, in the meantime, by Napoleon (for a short time); after changes experienced during and after both World Wars, Koper became a part of Yugoslavia and has been a part of the independent republic of Slovenia since 1991.

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Kranjska Gora
The lively adventures of the Julian Alps are waiting for you in Kranjska Gora and its surroundings. There are countless adventures you can try, from an active holiday to a peaceful discovering of nature and the cultural heritage. You can uncover the mystery of well-being in the rich wellness offer, attend business and social meetings or take your family to explore the mystical past of the Zgornjesavska valley. You will never be bored.

thermana

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Laško

Laško is a place of personal stories. Find yours between rivers and hills, spas and mansions, towns and villages. Write it with an abundance of healing waters, brewing traditions and paths to health and wellbeing. All experienced alongside people, who give hospitality its true name and meaning.

thermana

Watch video

         

Ljubljana

Due to its picturesqueness and green areas, they say that Ljubljana is a city with a green soul. It is characterized by a relaxed atmosphere and a mixture of different cultural influences. It offers everything that big capitals have, and at the same time it is small enough to make visitors feel at home during their stay.
Ljubljana has succeeded in preserving traces of all periods of rich history; the legacy of Roman Emona, a former town center with Renaissance, Baroque and Art Nouveau facades, decorated portals and romantic bridges surrounding the Ljubljanica River. Today’s image is partly given by the Italian Baroque and partly by the Art Nouveau, which is more than two hundred years younger, reflected in the style of many buildings erected immediately after the earthquake in 1895. Today, Ljubljana is the city you get to know best while walking through the city streets or observing its lively pulse in one of the many bars that stretch along the Ljubljanica River.
Ljubljana is also the city of many theaters, museums and galleries, and also boasts one of the oldest philharmonics in the world. Every year, more than 10,000 cultural events take place in the Slovenian capital.
Extensive areas for cyclists and pedestrians represent many opportunities for an active green holiday in nature. Visitors can go to nature right from the city center and discover hiking and biking trails in Ljubljana and its surroundings. Visitors can also visit the city center on the Urban electric tourist train or take a free ride on the Kavalir electric vehicle.
Ljubljana’s cuisine is distinguished by a diverse selection, ranging from traditional Slovenian dishes to classics of international cuisine and specialties of more exotic cuisines. In recent years, Ljubljana has become a paradise for food lovers, as evidenced by numerous food-related events.

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Maribor

The city of Maribor is located by the Drava River in the embrace of green Pohorje forests and picturesque wine growing hills. You are invited to the Maribor-Pohorje tourist destination!

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Moravske Toplice

At the very heart of Prekmurje, in the extreme north-east corner of Slovenia, one can find the village of Moravske Toplice. This is a place which has been attracting visitors to enjoy the sun as well as its healing and refreshing thermo-mineral waters for more than 50 years. From early times, Moravske Toplice has enchanted visitors with its beautiful plains as well as the hilly landscape of Goričko featuring small villages. You can enjoy the breath-taking nature and unforgettable scenic views offered by the endless plains and numerous hills which diversify the otherwise level terrain. A feeling of relaxation, wellbeing and a domestic atmosphere can be sensed every step of the way.
This is a place where visitors simply feel at home

thermana

Watch the video

         

Novo mesto

The town where the incredible energy of the countryside combines the past with the present. Because we are focused on sustainable progress, we value the importance and influence of nature. Life in Novo mesto flows on different levels; from the vast landscape of Gorjanci hills, where the hiking trails and unexpected springs of healing drinking water will amaze hikers, to the refreshing beauty of the river Krka. Allow yourself to experience the rhythm of the wine-growing Trška gora and enjoy the beauty of Otočec Castle. Novo mesto will fill you with the fresh energy you’ve been needing for a long time.

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Ptuj

Take a stroll through history paved with new adventures. Not many cities have been as successful as Ptuj at preserving their medieval architectural design. A walk through the oldest Slovenian city will take you past Roman monuments and magnificent medieval facades. Cobbled streets and squares will lead you to one of the most majestic castles in Slovenia that offers a view over the roof tiles of medieval monasteries, churches, and other buildings.
Be it in the summer or winter, Ptuj offers cultural adventures 365 days a year. Kurentovanje was selected one of the top 10 carnivals in the world, and spring brings the Salon Sauvignon and Specialties of Slovene Farms. Summers are the time for the contemporary art festival Art Stays, the Arsana music festival, and Days of Poetry and Wine, as well as the Roman games, medieval reenactments, and traditional fairs. Autumns are dedicated to wine-related events, and December is traditionally festive.
Naj bo poletje ali zima, Ptuj ponuja kulturna doživetja 365 dni v letu.

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Rogla-Pohorje

The Rogla-Pohorje tourist destination stretches across the mighty Pohorje, reigned by Rogla, past the wine-growing hills where it aligns with the calming Dravinja valley. Hidden Vitanje, touristy Zreče, white Oplotnica and picturesque Slovenske Konjice are magical places with energy of Pohorje, gems of nature, remarkable history – and the greatest treasure of all, friendly people.

These people know exactly why they are inviting you with a slogan: Explore, Feel, Enjoy.

thermana

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Upper Savinja Valley

Below the peaks of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps, in the Upper Savinja Valley, the Savinja River is reborn every day. Its flow first disperses into millions of drops of the Rinka waterfall in the Logarska valley, one of the most beautiful glacial valleys in Europe. The green forests, meadows and settlements of the Savinjska meander across the Alps and valleys together with the Savinja, which from the air looks like a heartbeat, written on the map of northern Slovenia. Here we know how to quickly raise the number of heartbeats – with sports, genuine hospitality or views that mesmerize like love at first sight.

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Vipava Valley

In western Slovenia, right by the Italian border and just an hour’s drive from Venice, travellers are fascinated by a unique landscape. The fertile Vipava Valley, enclosed by tall mountain plateaus on one side and surrounded by winegrowing hills on the other, to the west opens up into the plains of the cross-border Goriška region. Diverse terrain and Mediterranean flora, old stone houses and church belfries, medieval settlements and castles paint a dreamlike imagery here. Reminiscent of Tuscany perhaps, though its steep cliffs and many water sources give the valley a unique, lush vibe. The climate is gently pleasant, too. All year round!

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