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Tourist Highlights

New to Slovenia or just don’t know where to start? Check out the list we’ve compiled for you below, with highlights that can you get started on your Slovenian adventure. From stunning natural attractions, to fairytale cities, delicious cuisine, heart-pumping activities to peaceful abodes, Slovenia is a country waiting to be explored.

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Andrej Tarfila, I feel Slovenia


The capital of Slovenia, Ljubljana is a soulful, hip and creative city full of beautiful views and inspiring architecture. With small-town friendliness yet containing all the offerings of larger capitals, the green, sustainable, forward-thinking city, that features a bustling art, food and culture scene, is definitely not to be missed.


With its emerald-green lake, postcard-perfect island church, a medieval castle on the edge of a rocky cliff, and the Julian Alps as a backdrop, it’s easy to understand why Bled is arguably one of Slovenia’s most popular destinations, and also one of the most beautiful.

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Jošt Gantar, I feel Slovenia


The peaceful, yet active valley of Bohinj sits amidst the Triglav National Park and the Julian Alps. Taking your breath away at every corner, Bohinj provides endless opportunities for cultural exploration, relaxation and activities in stunning nature.

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Tomo Jeseničnik, I feel Slovenia

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Nikola Jurišič, I feel Slovenia

Kranjska Gora

Located on the border with Austria & Italy, Kranjska Gora is set in an area of abundant natural beauty. It is the most famous mountain resort in Slovenia and offers fabulous winter sports opportunities in addition to some particularly scenic walking, cycling, trekking, climbing routes and more.

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Matevž Lenarčič, I feel Slovenia

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Ana Pogačar, I feel Slovenia

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Iztok Medja, I feel Slovenia

Vršič Pass

The Vršič Pass, is the highest pass in Slovenia, sitting at an elevation of 1,611 meters, Built in the early 1900s by Russian war prisoners, the pass now runs across the Julian Alps and offers the most stunning, fairytale-like views. Beginning down in the town of Kranjska Gora, the pass has some 50-hairpin curves and finishes down in Trenta on the other side. The pass is a regular haunt for fitness enthusiasts and cyclists looking for a challenge. Surrounding the pass, visitors can enjoy walking trails, climbing activities, the purest nature around and of course, a delicious meal in any one of the mountain huts along the way.

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Boris Pretnar, I feel Slovenia

Thermal Spas

Thermal spas are in abundance in Slovenia – the country of healthy, thermal and mineral water! Pampering yourself, focusing on your health and well-being, is made easy by visiting any of the thermal spas around the country. Offering a range of pampering, health, and recreation activities, combined with comfortable accommodation options, for the whole family to enjoy, it is easy to understand why thermal spas are an easy selection for visitors to the country.

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Jošt Gantar, I feel Slovenia

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Iztok Medja, I feel Slovenia

Predjama Castle

One of the most famous attractions in Slovenia, and the world’s largest cave castle according to the Guinness Book of World Records, Predjama Castle is an unforgettable sight. Built in the middle of a cave mouth, the castle has been mesmerizing people for more than 800 years. Behind the renaissance, castle lies in an intricate network of secret tunnels and routes that were once frequented by knights. Rich in history and tale, combined with its picturesque setting, it’s no wonder why the castle ranks amongst the most fascinating in the world.

Oldest Vine Maribor

Found in Maribor, the oldest vine in the world (as recorded by the Guinness Book of World Records) still grows in the heart of the beautiful and historic old city centre. Approximately 450 years old, the “Žametovka” or “Modra Kavčina” vine was planted in the Middle Ages, and has endured fights, fires and lice over the years, even World War II, but has prevailed whilst many other vines were destroyed. Still bearing grapes, the vine can be viewed inside the Old Vine House, a museum dedicated to the vine and the rich wine culture of Slovenia.

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Arhiv, I feel Slovenia

Background picture: Jošt Gantar, I feel Slovenia


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