Slovenia Tourism offers a land that adjoins northeastern Italy and is famous for mountains, ski resorts and lakes. The capital, Ljubljana, has a mix of baroque and modern architecture. Jože Plečnik’s iconic Tromostovje Bridge (Triple Bridge) spans the Ljubljanica River. Bled contains a church-topped islet and a cliffside medieval castle.
Slovenia is segments in to four parts: Alpine, Central, Thermal Pannonian and Mediterranean & the Karst
Alpine Slovenia is filled with accessible mountains and hills. Hiking and biking trails take you across the Julian Alps, the Kamnik-Savinja Alps and the Pohorje Hills to the highest peaks, rivers, lakes and waterfalls.
Ljubljana & Central Slovenia’s. The Central Market, designed by the famous architect Jože Plečnik, is the place where the locals shop, meet and socialise. Every Friday from mid-March until the end of October, the market hosts the Open Kitchen food market. The dragon is a symbol of Ljubljana, which has been proudly reigning in the city coat of arms since the late Middle Ages. The cathedral of Ljubljana stands on the site of a Romanesque basilica from the 13th century and was built in 1701.
Thermal Pannonian Slovenia is an area of healing waters and the most beautiful paths to well-being. Numerous Slovenian natural health resorts are strung among sunny hills with vineyards. Authentic and hearty local cuisine is provided by welcoming farms.
The Mediterranean & the Karst in Slovenia merge the wonders of the Karst and the taste of traditional sea salt. Coastal towns show their beauty in the sun, green Istrian rural areas are home to original cuisine with olive oil and wild plants.
Slovenia Escorted Tour– 7 days/6 nights – Ljubljana, Postojna, Piran, Goriška Brda, Soca Valley, Bled and Bohinj – Tour EU907
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