Slovenia is a country in the heart of Europe with the extraordinary variety and diversity of pristine landscapes, architecture, history and fresh-air pursuits. In Slovenia, the predominant colour is green. Forests cover almost 60% of the territory. One hundred seventy-six national dishes tastefully complement the wines from three wine-growing districts, giving some indigenous wine varieties. So join us on one of our amazing Slovenia tours.
Ljubljana is a charming Slovenia’s capital and the largest city, one of Europe’s greenest and most liveable capitals. Car traffic in the centre is restricted, leaving the green Ljubljanica River banks free for pedestrians and cyclists. As a result, you will soon start to feel the relaxed and positive atmosphere of the city. The old town strongly reminds of the 500 years of history under the Habsburg empire with its Viennese architecture. In summer, numerous cafes set up outside seating along the river.
Bled is one of Slovenia’s most popular and picturesque resorts. Although, the positive energy of this place was discovered very early. It became a pilgrimage site and later a health resort. Visit the quaint island in the lake by a typical boat called “pletna” and ring a wishing bell for good luck. Join us on one of our tours and have time to explore this nice place.
Logarska Valley is located in the heart of the Kamnik Alps, near the Austrian border. Most of the glacial Forester Valley has been a country park since 1987. This ‘pearl of the Alpine region’, with more than 40 natural attractions – caves, springs, peaks, rock towers and waterfalls – as well as endemic flora and rare fauna, is a beautiful place to explore for a day.
Postojna cave is one of Slovenia’s most popular attractions, and its stalagmite and stalactite formations are unequalled anywhere. Here you enjoy the underground karst world, where nature was the principal architect and has formed unique forms through the millennia.
Piran is everybody’s favourite Slovenian coastal city, very picturesque and sitting at the tip of a narrow peninsula, one of the best-preserved historical towns anywhere on the Adriatic and a gem of Venetian Gothic architecture.
Slovenia is a natural paradise for cycling enthusiasts. As the country has a very diverse landscape, Slovenia is suitable for all cyclists. However, it is ideal for those who are more recreational and capable of more significant effort and can cope with steep slopes to one of the mountain peaks.
Slovenia has some scenic rivers where you can experience canyoning and rafting adventures.
There is no doubt that Slovenia is a land of hikers. There are more than 180 mountain huts in Slovenia, which is an extremely high number considering the size of the country. In addition, there are countless well-marked mountain trails in the Slovenian mountains.
Slovenia has numerous paths through unspoiled forests where you are free to walk and admire beautiful nature in peace.
Slovenia is a small country but offers many dishes and tastes. There are numerous ways to experience Slovenian food, from street food stalls to top restaurants. Besides that, Slovenia also has excellent wines.
You can visit Slovenia in all seasons depending on what you want to experience. In winter, for example, you can go skiing, as Slovenia also has some very nice ski resorts.