Where the Alps meet the Mediterranean and the Pannonian Plain meets the Karst, there is Slovenia. This small green country extends in the area of 20,273 km2. It is one of the countries with an exceptional number of top athletes and rich cultural creation. In Slovenia it is not difficult to compare the value of goods and services, as they are priced in one of the most important world currencies – in euros.



We know all too well that travel habits have changed in recent years, which is why we have decided to focus even more on sustainability and safety. When planning your next visit to Slovenia, keep an eye out for the Green&Safe label. The label testifies to our sustainable direction and high health and hygiene standards, among the first in the world to be acknowledged by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), which awarded us the Safe Travels Stamp.
Slovenia is a unique destination committed to sustainability, which offers experiences that are intended for individuals, couples, groups of friends or families all year round. It’s a country where everyone can find something for themselves: active experiences in the embrace of pristine nature, city breaks topped with culture, relaxing holidays in spa centres or gastronomic pampering with local flavours in first-class restaurants. Check out why Slovenia excites travellers and media outlets from around the world and find ideas for your next dream holiday.


Let scenic Slovenian towns, in which the historical spirit of old town centres meets contemporary design, charm you. Discover interesting facts and legends, visit museums and galleries, admire architectural gems and take in the lively street atmosphere. Slovenia is a land of castles and mansions that will make you feel as if you’ve stepped into a fairy tale. Only a stone’s throw away from urban centres, you’ll find green oases such as parks, botanic gardens and arboretums.

from 5-star hotels to glamping

From luxury hotels to tourist farms, boutique castle chambers to campsites in the middle of pristine nature. Anyone can find their perfect place to spend the night in Slovenia. Hospitality of farms offering accommodation will attract families with children and 5-star hotels will cater for the most demanding guests. Those in love with nature can spend the night at unique glamping sites, while active hikers can rest their aching feet at specialized hiking and cycling accommodation facilities. If travelling by motorhome, you will find an extensive network of well-maintained stops around Slovenia. What will you choose?


Diverse landscape at the crossroads of the Alps, the Pannonian Plain, the Mediterranean and the Karst provides a polygon for countless active outdoor experiences. With more than 10,000 kilometres of maintained trails, Slovenia is a paradise for hikers, while its numerous cycling trails at various difficulty levels pose a challenge for cyclists. Picturesque rivers, lakes and the sea attract lovers of water sports and fishing, while adrenaline junkies also get a dose of what they need. How do you feel about descending along the longest zipline in Europe, exploring caves, paragliding or kayaking in abandoned mine tunnel.


1. Take a trip to the Lake Bled
2. Try adrenaline canyoning on Bovec
3. Visit Maribor
4. Walk through the Triglav National Park
5. Visit the beautiful city Koper

6. Enjoy time in the nicest town Piran
7. Try skiing in the Kranjnska Gora 
8. Visit the Skocjan Cave
9. Take a trip to the Prediama Castle
10. Visit the Ljubljana city

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