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  • 1 Lake Bled Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    A superb glacial lake lying at the foot of Mt Triglav, Blejsko Jezero, or Lake Bled, as romantic and magical as they come, is without a doubt the most beautiful lake in the Alps. It has it all: the medieval castle perched on the rocky headland, the l..

  • 2 Postojna Cave Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Jamska cesta 30

    Located in the heart of Karst, the astounding 20km-long cave system of the Postojna Cave attracts tourists in droves. Close by are the Skocjan Caves, which though less visited actually constitute a more spectacular site and indeed have been classed a..

  • 3 Istria Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Istria borders the Slovenian coast for just 47km. But every summer tourists flock to this short stretch, either to enjoy the charming towns of Izola and Piran, indulge in seawater therapy in Portoroz, enjoy water sports in an ocean whose temperature ..

  • 4 Bridges of Ljubljana Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    When strolling through the old quarter of Ljubljana, be sure to walk across the Triple Bridge, one of the most splendid sights of the capital. Joze Plecnik flanked the original bridge with two pedestrian bridges. Equally emblematic is the Dragon Brid..

  • 5 Skocjan Caves Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, these caves were hollowed out by the Reka river, which disappears underground before emerging 34km further on at the source of the Timava. An artificial passage leads to the dry caves, now adorned with concreti..

  • 6 Triglav National Park Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Ljubljanska-Cesta 27

    A veritable symbol of the whole country, Triglav is Slovenia's only national park. Located in the heart of the Julian Alps, the landscape of the park is enough to take your breath away: be sure to see Lake Bohinj, a strikingly beautiful glacial lake...

  • 7 Secovlje Salina Nature Park Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Making your way along the levees of the salt pans of the Secovlje Nature Park, on foot or by bike, certainly makes for an original experience. You will come across the deserted houses of salters, timeless landscapes, herons and seagulls galore. There..

  • 8 Soca Valley Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    The perfectly clear turquoise waters of the Soca draw fishermen, swimmers and kayakers. Waterfalls, narrow gorges and rapids punctuate the flow of one of the most beautiful rivers in Europe. There are some superb stretches in the vicinity of the vill..

  • 9 Predjama Castle Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Predjama 1

    There are two good reasons to visit Predjama Castle: the imposing building itself, which is built into the rock face like some kind of inaccessible hideaway, and the 6km-long underground galleries of the cave. The castle has been the scene of many fa..

  • 10 Cathedral of Saint Nicholas, Ljubljana Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Dolnicarjeva Ulica 1

    Effigies of the bishops of Ljubljana that have been cast into the portal of the Stolnica Cerkev Sv. Nikolaja welcome you into this Baroque masterpiece. A replica of the Church of the Gesù in Rome, its frescoes, the magnificence of its altar and the g..

  • 11 National Museum of Slovenia Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Prešernova 20

    The Neanderthal flute, which was made out of a bone, is without doubt the most prestigious exhibit in the National Museum of Slovenia in Ljubljana. The country's oldest museum showcases Slovenia's cultural and natural historical heritage with its pre..

  • 12 National Gallery, Ljubljana Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Prešernova 24

    Slovenian art from the Early Middle Ages up to the 20C is showcased in the National Gallery and reveals the treasures of a great cultural heritage. The permanent collections also present European artists of the 19C and 20C - from Italy, France, Spain..

  • 13 Lipica Stud Farm Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    The national stud farm of the village of Lipica owes its reputation to the breeding of lipizzans, the stallions with the famous white coat. The horses have been selected and trained here since 1580, and today they are the pride of the Spanish Riding ..

  • 14 Zice Carthusian Monastery Interesting

    Religious buildings

    Slemene Stare 24

    Founded in 1165 and dissolved in 1782, the Carthusian Monastery at Zice is tucked away in the heart of a beautiful forest and the atmosphere remains conducive to reflection. The renovated buildings and majestic ruins continue to evoke the lives of th..

  • 15 Logarska Valley Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    Logarska Valley is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful valleys in the Alps. Hire a bike and cycle along the 9km-long charmingly rural road that winds its way through meadows, forests and streams. Take a break at one of the tourist farms. Close by i..

  • Amid the stones and vines of the village of Hrastovlje stands the bell tower of an exceptionally fine church: Cerkev Sv. Trojice, whose walls are entirely covered with frescoes. This Paupers' Bible uniting the sacred and the profane is a testament to..

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