Slovenia at a glance
The Slovenian currency is the Euro.
In addition to Slovenian, most people in Slovenia speak English.
Arriving in Slovenia
It takes 2 hours to fly from London to Ljubljana.
In Slovenia, you can swim in the sea in the morning and climb mountains in the afternoon.
St Martin's Day Celebration, joy at the new wine vintage
The most widespread celebration in Slovenia related to wine and the culture of wine is the celebration of St Martin's Day. It is celebrated on 11 November and for a week or two after that. You will not experience autumn dancing like this anywhere else in Europe, so visit one of the large celebrations of St Martin's Day.Explore
Discover the most beautiful hidden gems of Slovenian tourism and indulge in an adventure of the most authentic experiences and products. Check out why Slovenian green destinations, the winners of the Slovenia Green label, were placed among one hundred most sustainable destinations in the world this year.
Active and relaxed holidays
Enjoy and relax in thermal springs, explore the authentic and exquisite cuisine, where it is only a step from the farm to the table, and go for a ramble in green nature.
An explorer’s paradise
In Slovenia, there's always something new and special to discover. Venture out on an adventure-filled exploration of underground caves, explore the beauty of UNESCO heritage, set off to the mountains and get to know the friendly locals and their customs. You’re about to experience exiting new adventures.
Allow us to pamper you
Do something just for you and pamper yourself in spas, enjoy culinary masterpieces created by the best chefs, enrich your mind with artistic and cultural experiences. Slovenia will inspire you in more ways than one.