Where To Go

Slovenia offers exceptional sights and experiences for everyone, irrespective of when you visit. It would be difficult anywhere else to find so many sites of natural beauty, so many cultural highlights and so many ways of actively enjoying your free time in such a small area. Even if you already know a good part of the country, there is always something new to discover. Have a look at our suggestions to help you decide or give you an idea of your own.

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Slovenia inspires with its beauty and places of interest. There is so much to choose from, it is sometimes hard to decide where to go. We can focus your choice by revealing the 50 most popular Tourist attractions in the country. A number of them simply have to be seen to have genuinely experienced the country: from ...more
Triglav National Park


Slovenia’s landscape is exceptionally diverse. To make it even easier for you to select which part of Slovenia to visit and what to do there, we have divided the country into twelve identifiable regions, and within them you can find out more about individual locations. ...more

Tourist destinations

Slovenia is a country of extraordinary diversity, yet there are a number of common features that connect specific areas into the whole. For hints on what part of Slovenia to visit and what you can see and experience there, take a look at some tourist destinations. ...more


Give in to the harmony of coexistence of man and nature and feel the authenticity of the Slovenian countryside, where time passes more slowly. The friendly hosts on tourist farms serve tasty home-cooked food. ...more
Visitor farms Tourist farms with accommodation A countryside break Organic tourist farms Culinary Experience Dishes and Recipes Wine roads Osmica Wine cellar Hands-on in the countryside Historical homes

Triglav National Park

Slovenia’s only national park is a place of sheer beauty, and demands a section of its own. The park lies in the Julian Alps in north-western Slovenia, and is named after Mt Triglav, at 2,864 m the highest peak in the country. The exhilarating limestone terrain with its breathtaking mountain peaks and valleys has many ...more


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Peddler route

From all corners of the world to the white birches (Metlika - Ljubljana) ...more

Amber Route

This is the route of enterprising people (Ljubljana - Maribor) ...more

Sun route

Through the warm region of wine and healing waters (Lendava - Novo mesto) ...more

Wind Route

To the mysterious karst and the Adriatic Sea (Portorož - Ljubljana) ...more

Goldenhorn route

With the scenery of Alps and lakes (Ljubljana - Kranjska Gora) ...more

Emerald Route

Experience the unspoiled nature of northwestern Slovenia (Kranjska Gora - Nova Gorica - Vipava - Idrija) ...more


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