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Medieval Towns

Slovenia offers an array of picturesque traditional towns that showcase a spectrum of cultural and architectural heritage. Storied castles, medieval walls, rich museums and local culinary delights are just a few of the things you will fall in love with when visiting these magical old towns.

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Jošt Gantar, I feel Slovenia


Perched on a rocky prominence, between two rivers, Kokra and Sava, Kranj is often referred to as the capital of the Slovenian Alps and considered the cultural heart of Slovenia. With a stunning skyline of the medieval town and an exceptionally breathtaking backdrop of the Slovenian Alps, Kranj is not only rich in its breathtaking setting, but also in its variety of diverse offerings, from historic monuments, museums, spaces for the arts, nature trails, sporting activities and much more.

Škofja Loka

Just a short drive from Ljubljana, Škofja Loka is a picturesque and charming medieval city – one that is considered amongst the oldest and most well preserved in Slovenia. Charming streets, historic buildings, and a castle sitting at the very top of a hill surrounded by the forest gives this town its mystical and fairytale-like appearance.

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Jošt Gantar, I feel Slovenia

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Jacob Riglin, Beautiful Destinations, I feel Slovenia


Sitting prettily on a small peninsula along the Adriatic Coast, Piran is considered one of the most beautiful and oldest Slovenian towns. Often referred to as the Pearl of the Slovenian Mediterranean, it is without a doubt one of the most romantic, most preserved and most authentic Mediterranean towns. With its old-town charm, stunning salt-pans, gothic architecture, winding alleyways, romantic sunsets and an endless array of restaurants offering the freshest seafood cuisine – it’s hard not to fall in love with Piran.


The oldest recorded city in Slovenia, Ptuj is situated in the North Eastern part of the country. The city’s marvellous red-tiled roofs, cobblestone streets, and storied castle with the oldest wine cellars are a sight for sore eyes. Combining the sights with this city’s easy-going ambience, friendly faces and laid-back cafe culture make it the perfect destination to wander a little longer.

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Vid Ponikvar, Sportida d.o.o., I feel Slovenia

Background picture: Alan Kosmač, I feel Slovenia


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