• Bled

    Bled is one of Slovenia's most popular tourist resorts. Its most distinctive features are a lake of glacial origin famous for a little island in the middle, and an 11th century castle.

  • Bohinj

    The Bohinj resort is famous for its scenic alpine lake of glacial origin and unspoilt nature. It is a good base for treks into the Julian Alps.

  • Goriška Brda

    Goriška Brda is the most beautiful wine-growing area in Slovenia, with picturesque medieval hilltop villages surrounded by numerous vineyards.

  • Karst

    The Karst is a very special landscape formed by water and limestone where you can visit stunning caves, enjoy good food and wine and relax in beautiful natural surroundings.

  • Maribor

    Maribor, Slovenia's second biggest city, is the centre of the Štajerska region. It is situated along the banks of the Drava river and set against the backdrop of the Pohorje mountains and rolling vine-covered hills. 

  • Piran

    Of the three medieval towns on the Slovenian coast - Koper, Izola and Piran - the picturesque little town of Piran with its Venetian design and a distinctive Mediterranean feel is the most beautiful.

  • Postojna Caves and Predjama Castle

    The town of Postojna is famous worldwide for its underground caves and the nearby Predjama Castle. 

  • Soča river valley

    Due to its lush green colour, the Soča, one of Slovenia's most beautiful and cleanest rivers, has been referred to as "the emerald river".

  • Triglav National Park

    The Triglav National Park covers the area of the eastern Julian Alps. Its attractions include stunning mountain peaks, plateaux covered with forest and pastures, picturesque lakes, valleys and gorges.