Hop-on Hop-off on Loopy Slovenia

Published: 29.9.2015

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Hop-on Hop-off on Loopy Slovenia

The first thing a visitor notices in Slovenia is its incredible greenery. More than a half of the country is covered with forests, where love connects high mountains and lowland meadows, fields and natural parks, home to countless wildlife, enriched by natural water sources and connected with the rich cultural heritage.

Hop-on Hop-off on Loopy Slovenia

The first thing a visitor notices in Slovenia is its incredible greenery. More than a half of the country is covered with forests, where love connects high mountains and lowland meadows, fields and natural parks, home to countless wildlife, enriched by natural water sources and connected with the rich cultural heritage. Meet the green Slovenia with the first all-Slovenian Hop-on Hop-off experience. Explore the country in a day or two on east and west loop with 7 stops. Loopy Slovenia is perfect for independent travellers, small and large groups. Feel love in green, active and healthy Slovenia.

Everything in Slovenia is connected with love. The feast of Saint Gregory, a Slovenian holiday of love, celebrated on 12th March, is the day when birds get married and welcome the arrival of spring. Slovenian is one of the few languages in the world, which uses the dual. As a country with the word love in its name, the dual reflects the language of lovers and romance. Just like lovers, it takes two for perfection. Following the Slovenian romance, you are welcome to take a ride on the first all-Slovenian Hop-on Hop-off bus, called Loopy Slovenia. Two loops are presenting the Slovenian beauties. Plan your own trip on western or eastern loop. Stop in each of the 7 places or just a few. Create yourself the prefect retreat in Slovenia, by staying in the most popular cities or remote and peaceful villages in the countryside.

The west loop takes you to alpine pearl Bled with iconic island in the middle of the lake. Bohinj reflects in the beauty of the biggest Slovenian lake and at the entrance in the Triglav national park. Across the mountains, Tolmin awaits with the emerald Soča river, which many consider as the most beautiful river in the world. Šmartno in Brda is a paradise for foodies, wine lovers and those who enjoy the company of vineyards. Nova Gorica, at the border with Italy, is full of possibilities for fun and gambling at casinos. Koper is a business centre of the Slovenian coast, famous for one of the best-preserved Venetian market. On the way back to Ljubljana, the European Green Capital 2016, do not miss Postojna with the Postojna cave, the most famous tourist cave in the world.

The east loop takes you to the world of wine-growing and thermo-mineral waters of Slovenia. Celje is rich with the Roman heritage and history of Counts of Celje from the 12th century. Maribor, the second biggest Slovenian city, welcomes you with the oldest vine in the world, which has been growing in Lent for more than 400 years. Ptuj is the oldest Slovenian city with the oldest Slovenian wine cellar. Wine-tasting here is a unique experience. In Podčetrtek, Terme Olimia is famous for the biggest sauna world in Slovenia and nearby monastery, for the oldest pharmacy, where monks still sell herbal products. Brežice, near the border with Croatia, is surrounded with a nature park and the biggest waterpark in Slovenia called Terme Čatež. On the way to Ljubljana, stop in Novo mesto, the capital of Dolenjska region and get to know its 650 year-old history. This is the land of Cviček wine, the wine made from white and red grapes.

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