SI - Slovenia

When to go:
To visit the cities or to go hiking in the mountains, the ideal period is from April to October, while for winter sports destinations from December to March. For spas, however, any period is fine.

Slovenia (Slovenian Slovenija) is a central European state that borders Italy, Austria, Hungary and Croatia, and has a small outlet on the Adriatic Sea.

To know:
Slovenia is a small state as large as an Italian region and with approximately 2 million inhabitants.
Tourists heading to Slovenia especially appreciate its natural landscapes, forests, spas and ski resorts, and games of chance in the countless casinos. Among the most popular tourist destinations are the Postojna caves, Lake Bled and the capital Ljubljana.

Territories and tourist destinations:
      Slovenian coast and Karst (Primorska in Kras) – Includes Piran, Koper and Postojna. South-western corner of Slovenia on the border with Italy and Croatia, with impressive caves and 47 km of coastline.
      Slovenian Julian Alps (Julijske Alpe) – Includes Bled, Tricorn National Park (Triglav), Kranjska Gora, Kobarid (Kobarid) and Tolmin (Tolmin). North western mountain area on the border with the Italian and Austrian Alps, with the possibility of hiking and rafting or visiting splendid picture postcard lakes or Mount Triglav; the symbolic heart of Slovenia.
      Central Slovenia (Ljubljana z okolico) – Includes Ljubljana and Kamnik. Urban area of ​​the capital in the center of Slovenia and the surrounding region.
      South-east Slovenia – Almost entirely includes the region of Lower Carniola and Marca Bianca (Dolenjska in Bela Krajina) and the cities of Novo Mesto and Brežice. In the valley of the Krka river there are some castles among which the one of Bogenšperk stands out. Kočevski rog is a forest area sadly known for the discovery of the “sinkholes” or mass graves where the corpses of prisoners of war were hidden after the end of the Second World War.
      Pohorje-Savinjska – Includes Carinthia (Koroška) on the border with Austria and a large part of the Savinja Valley (Savinjska dolina) which includes the cities of Celje and Velenje. Pohorje mountain range to the north which ends in the Savinja river valley.
      Eastern Slovenia – Includes the regions of Oltredrava and Oltremura and the cities of Maribor and Ptuj. It is the region that revolves around the Drava and Mura rivers, full of vineyards and with Hungarian influences in the most eastern part.

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