Severna (Northern) Primorska starts at Nova Gorica. This is divided and yet connected community of Gorizia and Nova Gorica, which used to have strong Slovenian minority on the Italian side, but after the World War I, most of them moved from there, as Gorizia was destroyed in war. Until recently, the only notable thing in Nova Gorica was the casino Hit, but recently, also the theater Primorsko dramsko gledališče and a private university ? Politehnika are becoming important. There are several notable castles in the surrounding countryside. Kostanjevica, Franciscan monastery with a vaulted tomb of Bourbons, is located on one
We will start our march across large and especially long Primorska at the seaside, as the name of the region requires. With a short, 46 kilometers long coast, Slovenian region Primorska indents between infinitely longer coasts of the neighboring countries, Italy and Croatia, which are, despite its length, both disturbed by the Slovenian coast. For us, it?s a precious window to the world, also because of the fact, that the Adriatic Sea reaches its maximum length into a continent in Slovenia, so we will have to fight here in order to defend our belongings.
This is a place where there is something new added each and every year. This touristic town is consistently in a process of construction it has been that way for about 30 year. Rogla gives so many choices for accommodation. There is even a regular bus line, which leads to Zreče which is a very famous place, because of its beautiful spa resort and wellness equipments that are being offered in its recognized hotels. It gives you a choice of a great number of possibilities even if it?s just for daily walks around viticulture areas or if it is for some
Bogojina – one of Slovenian secret corners Bogojina is a village 12km eastern from Murska Sobota and 5km away from Moravske Toplice (Terme 3000) in Prekmurje, region in northeastern Slovenia. Bogojina population is about 600. Bogojina is the most famous for Parish church of the Ascension. It is located on a small hill in the northern part of the village. The new church was built between 1924 and 1927 besides an older and smaller church. Jože Plečnik, famous Slovenian architect, added two asymmetrical aisles and a round tower of a ships?s crow?s nest to the original Romanesque and baroque structure.
Slovenia is definitely not an urbanized country. Majority of Slovenian territory is rural and therefore especially appropriate for hiking and cycling. But that isn?t all. Thanks to many Slovenian rivers, Slovenia is also famous for canoeing (rapids are present in majority of rivers in Slovenia, such as Kolpa, Sava, Krka, ?).