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.
Across Slovenia in hiking boots
Slovenia is a paradise for walkers in every season of the year. It is criss-crossed by more than 10,000 kilometres of marked and maintained hiking trails. Set off into the mountains and enjoy the views from the soaring peaks, or walk across dreamy plains and rolling hills. The old passes used by hunters and herdsmen and today mainly frequented by chamois and mountain guides are a true challenge for enthusiasts seeking out-of-the-way corners of the mountains. If you would prefer to strike out a little further on foot, then choose one of the long-distance paths that cross Slovenia. The country boasts more than 700 different themed trails stretching from the Adriatic coast to the high mountains. Discover them at hiking festivals and events, of which there is no shortage in Slovenia. Take part in organised hikes, attend a safe mountain and hill walking school or simply enjoy the wide range of accompanying events.Explore
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.