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Slovenia is the only country in Europe that combines the Alps, the Mediterranean, the Pannonia Plain and the Karst.
The changing landscape is a constant surprise to every visitor. Slovenia is a perfect destination if you want to see the Adriatic Sea from the high mountains of the Julian Alps. Heading up into the forests, you will admire the green plains
below you. From upland meadows your view green plains below you. From upland meadows your view stretches into river gorges. This proximity of opposites and contrasts is a hallmark of the country.
Bled - Slovenia has only one island but its uniqueness makes it more attractive than many an archipelago.
Sheltered by picturesque mountains, the island reigns in the middle of an Alpine lake. Its charm has made it a
centuries old symbol of a town to which guests from all over the world love to return to.
Bohinj - Lake Bohinj is the largest lake in Slovenia, located in the Bohinj Valley of the Julian Alps in the northwestern Upper Carniola region. The lake is part of the Triglav National Park.
The natural beauty of high mountains, green forests, and scenic mountain pastures and meadows, the cultural and historical monuments, and the friendly villages and towns offer visitors a guaranteed pleasant stay.
Ljubljana - Capital of Slovenia. The city is small and beautiful, easy to get around, and full of surprises. During the winter the city offers a dreamy central European character. During summer it has a relaxed Mediterranean feel to it. It offers a remarkable rich tradition, youthful vibrancy, cultural creativity, feel for entertainment, and numerous green spaces.
Ljubljana has preserved evidence of all the five millennia of its history, including the remains of the Roman city of Emona; the old city center offers a medieval castle, beautiful buildings and their Baroque facades, decorative portals and uneven roofs. Ljubljana is well known for its picturesque bridges across the river Ljubljanica and its vast Tivoli Park stretching into the very city center.
Piran - is a very special, precious city. It is the best preserved cultural monument of Slovenian Istria and the closest neighbor of Portorož - the luxurious city of flowers. Looking at Piran from a distance or from the air, one is overcome by surprise. Loved by the eyes of the people and the eye of a camera, its image is known all over the world.
Lipica - The Lipica Stud Farm is the cradle of all Lipizzaner horses in the world. Nowadays it is one of the most beautiful cultural and historical monuments of Slovenia. Its rich history dates back to 1580. Lipica is known worldwide for its tradition of breeding and selecting pure-bred horses. In the 1960’s the Lipica Stud Farm established a Classic Riding School which still participates in worldwide equestrian events.
Škocjan Caves - The Skocjan Caves, with the vastness of their underground halls and gorges, hold a special place among the seven thousand caves in Slovenia. They comprise a network of eleven caves, with hollows; swallow holes and natural bridges, among them many geological features. Because of their unique natural features and cultural heritage they have been added to the UNESCO world heritage list in 1986. In 1999 they were included in the Ramsar List of Wetlands of International Importance as the world’s largest underground wetlands.
Ptuj - is the oldest city in Slovenia dating back to the Stone Age. Ptuj experienced its greatest flowering in the Roman period. The name originates from the times of Emperor Trajan who granted the settlement city status and named it Colonia Ulpia Traiana Poetovio.