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A jewel in the heart of Europe

Geography and location 

Nestled between the Julian Alps and the Adriatic coast, Slovenia offers an amazing variety of landscapes in a small area. With its deep forests, bubbling rivers and idyllic lakes, it is a paradise for nature lovers and adventurers.

Ljubljana: A melting pot of cultures 

The capital of Slovenia, Ljubljana, impresses with a mixture of baroque architecture and modern lifestyle. Watching over the city is Ljubljanski Grad, a medieval castle with breathtaking views. Numerous bridges, including the famous Dragon Bridge, connect the districts and reflect the city's charm and history.

Bled: A picture of fairytale beauty 

Lake Bled, with its small island and church perched on a rock, offers one of the most famous and picturesque views in Slovenia. Whether you take a traditional “pletna” boat to the island or visit Bled Castle, this place exudes magic and romance. 

Thermal baths and wellness: Slovenia's healing oases 

Slovenia, rich in natural thermal springs, has established itself as a premier destination for wellness and relaxation. Thermal baths and wellness centres all over the country invite you to regenerate your body and mind. The Terme Čatež is one of the largest of its kind and impresses with a variety of offerings, from indoor and outdoor pools to mud baths. In the picturesque surroundings of Terme Olimia, visitors can bathe in healing springs and relax in wellness areas. The historic Terme Dobrna, Slovenia's oldest thermal spa, combines traditional treatments with modern comfort. Terme Ptuj reflects the beauty of the town of the same name, while Terme Moravske Toplice scores with its healing mud treatments. Terme Lendava and Therme Zreče each offer specialized medical wellness services and breathtaking natural scenery. Each of these baths promises not only relaxation, but also the therapeutic benefits of Slovenian thermal water. It is an experience that rejuvenates the body, mind and soul. 

Škocjan Caves and Postojna: Underground Wonders 

The karst region of Slovenia contains some of the most impressive cave systems in Europe. The Škocjan Caves, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the Postojna Cave with its impressive stalactite and stalagmite forest are fascinating testaments to the forces of nature. 

Culinary: A journey of the senses 

Slovenian cuisine is a celebration of flavours influenced by Alpine, Mediterranean and Slavic traditions. From creamy risottos to juicy Kranjska Klobasa (Carniolan sausage) to sweet Potica nut tarts – every palate will find something to please in Slovenia. 

Triglav National Park: Where the wilderness calls 

Named after the highest mountain in Slovenia, Triglav, this national park is an Eldorado for hikers, mountaineers and nature lovers. With its rugged peaks, clear mountain lakes and rich forests, it is a testament to the country's untouched beauty. 

The Slovenian Adriatic coast: Mediterranean flair 

Although short, the Slovenian coast, with places like Piran and Portorož, offers a Mediterranean experience characterized by historic architecture and crystal-clear waters. 

Recommended season 

The months of June to September are ideal for mountain hikes and alpine experiences, while the coastal region is most attractive from May to October. The winter months attract people to the ski areas of the Alps, and autumn transforms the country into a colourful panorama. 

Often referred to as Europe's hidden gem, Slovenia offers a stunning combination of natural beauty and rich culture. A country waiting to be discovered and always enchanting its visitors.

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