This holiday season don’t drench your adventure stricken soul to a bedroom but to Slovenia. The country is diverse and beautiful and visiting it would definitely rejuvenate your worked up muscles and senses. If one needs to mention the biggest attractions in Slovenia then the first place has to be the country’s ravishing capital, Ljubljana. The cosmopolitan city encompasses various castles, museums, roadside eateries and riversides cafes. The atmosphere there is so enchanting that you might not like to leave the city, at all.Read More →

Maribor

The Central European Alpine destination, Slovenia presents a rich spectrum of traditional and natural heritage to the explorer. Visit the magnificient Rocking Land where the Karst landscape is a space straight out of fairy tales. Visit the Alps at one end and the Adriatic coast at the other. Make a wish at the magical island in Lake Bled after ringing the bell. You can also take an amazing trip to the oldest vine of the world at Maribor.Read More →

Slovenia has many delectable cuisine choices, especially in Ljubljana. Many new and exciting cafes have opened up, though none may be better than an eatery called Cacao, a restaurant that is known for its delicious coffee and desserts.Read More →

There are many fantastic holiday destinations throughout the world, but one special undiscovered location is Slovenia. It has many unique sites to see, here are 5 of the secret must see sites you should visit: 1. Postojna Caves These are a network of interconnecting passages over 20 kilometres in length. Professional guides take visitors into the largest cave the ?classic karst? and is the most visited cave within Europe. In 1872 electricity lines were laid and powered trains and lights allowed visitors to view the amazing rock formations inside. Current tours last 90 minutes and they have translated information inRead More →

Lake Bohinj

Lake Bohinj and Lake Bled Both glacial lakes in the heart of the Triglav National forest bordered by the ragged ranges of the Julian Alps are the most effective learnt about and most checked out areas in Slovenia. There’re some many things to se and do around both lakes that we believed they should have different pages within the site.Read More →

Casinos in Slovenia

If you?re a regular gambler who likes to travel the world and put your hobby into practice, then you might also be interested in knowing more about gaming in Slovenia. The first thing that you need to be informed of is represented by the regulation. This way, you are going to start gaming in Slovenia the right way, without being faced to particular issues.Read More →

Sticky

Slovenia is a beautiful country in central Europe, bordering Italy to the west, the Adriatic Sea to the southwest, Croatia to the south and east, Hungary to the northeast and Austria to the north. The official language in Slovenia is Slovenian language.The highest mountain in Slovenia is Mount Triglav (2864m). The capital city is Ljubljana (300.000 citizens). Slovenia is a member of European Union, the Eurozone (?), the Schengen area, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, the Council of Europe, NATO, UNESCO, WTO and UN. According to Global Peace index ranking, Slovenia is 9th safest country in theRead More →

Turn castle Brestanica

Also Spodnja Štajerska is divided into several parts. At the upper part of the Savinja River, there is Zgornja Savinjska dolina valley with Logarska dolina, one of the most beautiful Alpine valleys, where the river Sava springs in the waterfall Rinka. Zadrečka dolina by the river Dreta is also considered a part of Zgornja Savinjska dolina. The highest mountains in this area are part of Kamnik-Savinja Alps (Planjava, Ojstrica), but also Oljševa with Potočka zijalka and Velika Raduha (2062 m) with Snežna jama are very famous. Two of the biggest settlements there are Solčava with gothic parish church of SaintRead More →

Maribor

Styria is the largest Slovenian region. It is probably going to be divided into three parts ? new administrative regions. In that area, Styria is going to be divided into two parts, one at the Drava River ? Podravje or Gornja Štajerska (Upper Styria), and the other at the Savinja River ? Savinjska or Spodnja Štajerska (Lower Styria). Let?s take a look at Spodnja Štajerska for the beginning, also because we can reach Savinjska and then Gornja Štajerska over already mentioned passes Črnivec, Motnik, Trojane and Kanderše.Read More →