Ljubljana is the capital and the largest city in Slovenia. It is pretty, relaxed, easy to get around, and full of surprises. Due to its central geographil position, the city is a perfect base for exploring the many beautiful locations in Slovenia. Ljubljana happens to be one of Europe‘s greenest and most liveable capitals. European Commission awarded Ljubljana with the coveted Green Capital of Europe title for 2016.
For details visit ☞ Visit Ljubljana – Official Guide to Ljubljana and Central Slovenia
Bled is a Slovenian resort town in the foothills of the Julian Alps, set along the glacial Lake Bled. On a cliff overlooking the lake is the 11th-century Bled Castle, which houses a chapel, museum and printing press. Bled is one of the most beautiful alpine resorts, renowned for its mild, healing climate and thermal lake water.
For details visit ☞ Bled.si – A comprehensive overview of tourism Bled and its surroundings in one place.
Postojna Cave (or Postojnska jama in Slovene language) is 20 kilometres network of passages, galleries and chambers. It is the largest cave in the classic karst and the most visited show caves in Europe. Visitors to the cave are dazzled by a wealth of speleothems: calcite formations, stalactites and stalagmites abounding in a variety of shapes, colours and age.
For details visit ☞ Postojnska-jama.eu – Official Website of Postojnska jama – Two World-Famous Tourist Attractions within One Park
Piran is a town in southwestern Slovenia on the Gulf of Piran on the Adriatic Sea. The picturesque town Piran is known for its rich history and culture. It is one of the most photogenic Mediterranean cities. In the main square, you will be greeted by the statue of the most famous man in Piran, the well-known Giuseppe Tartini, world famous composer and virtuoso violinist who was born in a house just few steps from the square.
For details visit ☞ Piran – the Mediterranean dream city
Bohinj is a 20 km long and 5 km wide valley within the Julian Alps, in the Upper Carniola region of northwestern Slovenia. It is traversed by the Sava Bohinjka river. Its main feature is the periglacial Lake Bohinj.
For details visit ☞ Bohinj.si – Official Travel Guide to Bohinj
Equestrianism and riding have centuries long tradition in Slovenia, thanks to the Lipica Stud Farm, cradle of the world-famous Lipizzaners. The over 400 year tradition of breeding these white horses has been preserved to the present time in the centre of the unique Karst landscape and represents one of the most beautiful natural and cultural monuments of Slovenia.
For details visit ☞ Lipica.org – Lipica Stud Farm
Škocjan Caves (or Škocjanske jame in Slovene language) are the most important underground phenomenon in the Karst region in Slovenia, and among the most important caves in the world. Due to their exceptional significance, the Škocjan Caves were entered on UNESCO’s list of natural and cultural world heritage sites.
For details visit ☞ The Škocjan Caves – Explore The Škocjan Caves
Find more travel information about above and other beautiful travel places in Slovenia go to:
I Feel Slovenia – Slovenia.info – Slovenia Tourist Board’s Official Tourism and Travel Guide to Slovenia