It may not be easy to find Slovenia on a map, but you’ll have a hard time finding a place so small offering so much. Everywhere and any time you go you’ll always run into something that reflects your unique taste and view of the world.

 

Mingle with the locals at various musical, culinary and cultural happenings. Explore UNESCO heritage sites and discover the perfect mix of traditional and modern in cosy world-class restaurants.

 

In Slovenia, sustainable is the way to go. Living and working with nature has been a hallmark of our culture for generations and we strive to keep it that way. That’s why this is a place where you can still find ancient forests, crystal-clear waters, unspoiled ridges, and diverse wildlife. We marked the most sustainable destinations with the Slovenia Green label so that you can enjoy a truly green holiday.

 

Everywhere you go, you’ll always find something that reflects your taste and view of the world. What will be your way of feeling Slovenia?

 

Slovenia at a glance

Currency

Communication

Distances

Population

The Slovenian currency is the Euro.In addition to Slovenian, most people in Slovenia speak English.In Slovenia, you can swim in the sea in the morning and climb mountains in the afternoon.

2,080,908

 

LJUBLJANA

A lively green city combining the charm of a small capital and the self-confidence of large European cities.

Ljubljana is the green capital of a green country. The image of the town by a river with picturesque bridges and a marketplace was designed by the famous architect Jože Plečnik. The town of a thousand events is surrounded by parks and natural protected areas.

Ljubljana at glance

The National Gallery

Plečnik house

Dragon Bridge

Central MarketLjubljana Castle

The National Gallery, Slovenia’s foremost museum of historical art, holds the country’s largest collection of fine art from the High Middle Ages to the 20th century. I

 

Get to know the life and work of the famous architect Jože Plečnik, who left an indelible mark on the cityscape of Ljubljana. At Plečnik House you can see the architect’s home exactly as it was in his lifetime and view a permanent exhibition showcasing his work.

 

The Dragon Bridge, adorned with famous dragon statues, appears in the most recognizable images of Ljubljana.

 

Ljubljana’s Central Market is more than just a place to shop. Traditionally, it has also been a place for the locals to meet and enjoy themselves together.

 

Ljubljana Castle, standing on a hill above the city for about 900 years, is Ljubljana’s main attraction.