Slovenia is the only European country which connects the Alps, the Mediterranean and the Panonnian Plain in manageable distances. And thats not all: it also has the Karst and other beauties.

The capital: Lubljana

Ljubljana is a crossroad of different eras. In 2014 and 2015 the city was celebrating 2,000 years of Roman Emona. Museums and galleries, pubs along the river and theatres are all lined up near the Plečnik’s Triple Bridge. The heart of the city, Plečnik’s market, is protected by tame dragons on 19th century bridge, and bridge with modern sculptures charaterised by love-locks. Nature is easily accessible from the center of Ljubljana, a city that proudly carries the title European Green capital 2016.

Bled – Paradise under Mt Triglav

Bled is the leading alpine tourist resort in Slovenia. The with a church topped island and the old medieval castle characterize Bled as one of the most beautifull tourist cites in Europe. Bled is the place where we the Slovenians, like to welcome our guests.

Slovenian coast

Slovenian coast is 46,6 Km long. The most known cities are Koper, Izola, Piran and Portoož. People come to the Slovenian coast to feel good. Slovenian coast has the highiest, 80m flysch cliff in the Adriatic.

Postojna cave

The Karst is the region in south-western Slovenia. Karst phenomena can be found on almost one half of the Slovenian teritory. The largest and the most visited karst cave in Europe is Postojna Cave. Formed over millions of years by the Pivka river, the cave was descovered in the 13th century. Highlights of the cave include the enormous stalactites and stalagmites and the quiet sensational Concert Hall which can hold 10,000 people. The caves are also home to olms – a blind amphibian endemic to the subterranean waters of caves of this part of Europe.