Destination Ideas in slovenia and its region

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Slovenian Coast

Come to the Slovenian Coast and enjoy the Mediterranean breeze. You can simply relax, enjoy the days along the bay or spend the time actively. Portorož is a seaside resort known for accommodation with professional conference centres and a lively range of activities. You can explore the coast by high-speed boats, sailboats or take a ride in a vintage van.
You can get to know the Piran sea bass, taste the Piran Fleur de Sel and the local wine, but for the real gourmets a truffle hunt is a must, where you will learn how to do it. Portorož and Piran offer many possibilities, and our knowledge brings all this together. Come, visit and taste the Slovenian coast.

Lake Bled

Nestled between the mountain peaks, Lake Bled has its magical aura. Perfectly situated in the middle of the lake, it offers the opportunity to enjoy one of the most scenic sails in the world. Known also for its mighty castle, it Lake Bled is a perfect destination to be discovered from the port of Koper or to enjoy a well-designed incentive.
The offer is huge and various theme routes can be taken during the stay in Lake Bled.


Our capital, known for its name which means “the beloved”, is the princess among many smaller cities. The lively urban atmosphere along the riverbanks creates the atmosphere of a small urban metropolis. Its compact size and proximity to Slovenia’s main attractions makes it a perfect destination for a City Break. Larger events in Slovenia all take place in Ljubljana and offer the perfect solution for international business trips.

Alpine Slovenia - Alps, Lakes and Valleys

Slovenia Alpine region is known for its beautiful landscape and a variety of accomodations. Lately a lot of new glamping resorts are opening and traditional hotels getting refurbishments, the variations offer a divers choice of vacation style. Julian Alps are perfect for summer trekking, hiking and biking trips as in winter they become the central stage of sport competitions. Winter time offers ski holidays, relaxing thermal spa time or an active participation by different events from world class ski jumping events, to giant slalom competitions. 

Valleys and Lakes offer in every season a different point of view, so each destination is specific and intriguing for itself.

Caves, Horses and Castles Region, Slovenia

Slovenia is known for a vivid underground landscape that impresses also the most well travelled guest. The Karst region is known for many caves that are open to tourism. One of the most recognised worldwide are the Postojna Cave and Skocjan Caves. Vast green meadows are home place of the white horses at the Lipica estate. Enjoy your travel around many small villages, vineyards and natural sights that make this region picturesque and attractive.

Thermal SPA Region, Slovenia

Thermal Pannonian Slovenia is an area with healing waters and the most beautiful paths to well-being. Numerous Slovenian Natural spas are strung between sunny hills with vineyards. Authentic and hearty local cuisine is offered by inviting farms. Imagination is stimulated by experiences in castles and stories of one of the most powerful noble families in Europe.

During your stay in Slovenia, a few days in a holiday SPA resort are on your list. You can either enjoy the peaceful ambience or immerse your mind and body in various treatments offered in professional resorts, giving you the opportunity to relax after an intense journey.

Wine & Culinary Regions, Slovenia

In 2020 Slovenia was recognized as a gastronomic destination by the most renowned culinary critics. With the awards of the Michelin Stars, it made a giant leap into the global culinary scene. Your trips through Slovenia can be organized to follow the gastronomic regions. The diversity of the landscape has also influenced the country’s culinary diversity, which contributes to a fulfilling visit.

Rovinj, Pula, Porec & Istra, Croatia

Croatian Istria, has a selection of picturesque villages and cities along the Adriatic Sea. Porec is seaside resort and final destination for the popular biking path Parenzana, named after Porec itself. Rovinj is an artsy town, known for many small galleries spread around its narrow streets before reaching the mighty St. Euphemia Cathedral overlooking the sea. Pula hosts the beautiful roman amphitheatre home to a rich summer festival program every year. Enjoying the region of Istria combines historical sights, local food and wine and some of the nicest beaches on the northern Adriatic Coast.

Trieste, Aquilea & Venice, Italy

Italian region of Friuli Venezia Giulia, is bordering most of the Italian – Slovenain national border. It is easy accesable from Slovenia and sometimes used as a hub with the airports in Trieste and Venice. Trieste is known for its austro hungarian design and being still nowadays the capital of coffee. Many interesting sights are to be find in Trieste itself, such as a Miramare Castle. Next is Aquileia, an important city of the Roman Empire and then the main centre for the diffusion of Christianity in Northern and Eastern Europe, represents an extraordinary opportunity to broaden knowledge, offering an unforgettable visiting experience. Venice is a nice addition to the Slovenian itinerary, which can be easily combined and reached before or after the visit.