9 ideas for an amazing vacation in Slovenia
The Slovenian Tourism Office has compiled a list of the best places to visit when traveling in Slovenia in 2019.
Greenland Criteria. The Mediterranean Sea, the Mediterranean Sea, the mysterious Karst with more than 11,000 karst caves and the Pannonian Plain. European Green Capital 2016 title. LOVE in its name!
Guests are offered unique experiences and routes for every taste: from extreme walks and kayak races to tasting local oils and exciting excursions.
Garden village bled
Travelers will be able to spend the night in a tree house at the hotel. The eco-friendly resort is surrounded by fruit trees and private gardens, spacious tents at the pier of Lake Bled await lovers of water, and Vrtnaria restaurant will delight guests with traditional Slovenian cuisine. Complex Garden Village Bled will receive guests again in April.
Ecotourism enthusiasts are invited to spend a weekend in nature with the institute - a local non-profit organization dedicated to educating adults and children, as well as nature conservation and organizing exciting tours.
Learn the history of Slovenia at the Kobarid Museum. Here is the most extensive collection of archives and photographs to explore such significant events for Slovenia as the Battle of the Isonzo.
Ljubljana Castle at your disposal - an individual guide will reveal all the secrets of the medieval fortress, located in the heart of the city. The tour lasts a whole day, but there are stops for recreation and shopping.
Lisjak Olive Oil
Connoisseurs of olive oils will be able to learn the history of the preparation of Slovenian Lisjak oils and, of course, taste all the variations in a family factory in the coastal city of Koper.
Kayaking on the underground lakes of the mine in Mežice. Guests waiting for a trip to the depths of abandoned mines, where begins an exciting route through the labyrinths of the dungeon. To give strength to travelers offer real mining afternoon: buckwheat zhgantsy with bacon, bacon and rye bread.
Luke Checha's path
The cave park of Postojna Yama, the last halls of which were opened in the 18th century by a simple local resident Luka Chech, is on the UNESCO heritage list and consists of the largest karst caves in Europe. A trip through the caves takes about an hour and a half and includes a trip on an underground train and a walk along an equipped trail.
Fonda fish farm
Spend an unforgettable day at Fonda. Fans of marine fish will be able to learn all the secrets of growing lavrak and mollusks, learn how mussels grow, and complete a busy day with a tasting of sea delicacies.
Go on a “mustache” tour of the historic places of Ljubljana connected with famous men of Slovenia - architect Joje Plecnik, writer Ivan Tsankar and artist Richard Jakopic. From the national gallery to the favorite bars - an interactive tour recreates the atmosphere of old Ljubljana. The program will complete a relaxing evening with refreshing Slovenian drinks.