Ideas for visits: Walking on Pohorje plateau in Slovenia

If you are spending your holiday in Slovenia, looking for places to visit, here is an interesting walking trip for you: the amazing Lovrenc lakes on top of Pohorje massif. Pohorje is a densely wooded mountain range in Northern Slovenia. It measures about 50 km from East to West and 30 km from East to West and…

Ideas for visits on Slovenian coast: Sečovlje Salt Pans

While on a holiday on Adriatic coast, do not miss Sečovlje salt pans. At these biggest and oldest salt pans in Slovenia, salt is still being produced in a traditional way based on a 700 year old method. The entire area of Sečovlje Salina Nature park covers 7,5 km2. In the Northern part, Lera, the salt is…

Hop on Hop off around Julian Alps

To encourage tourists as well as locals to use public transport and to visit less known towns and places, new Hop on Hop off bus lines have been organised in the Julian Alps region. From Bohinj and Bled to Pokljuka Every Saturday and Sunday between 28th June and 31st August you can catch a hop…

Summer Festivals in Ljubljana

As every year there is a selection of concerts and performances planned for this summer in our capital city. Ljubljana will host several music festivals as well as a puppet and a theatre festival. 1. Summer in Ljubljana old town has started on 17th June and it will take place during the whole summer. Classical…

Exploring Alps region in Slovenia

Coming to Slovenia, the Alps region is one of the “must see” destinations to visit during your stay. It is known for numerous cycling and walking routes that offer stunning views of the mountains, lakes and rivers. You will also enjoy driving around the area and visiting local churches, museums as well as other beautiful natural…

Public transport in Julian Alps region

Association for the protection of the Alps, Cipra, has just published Time tables for public transport in the Julian Alps region. There you will find detailed information how to travel around the region by bus, train, cable car and boat and also how to get to Ljubljana and other bigger neighboring towns. You will find…

Events in Ljubljana in June

First summer events in Ljubljana are a perfect opportunity to explore the city centre and enjoy lively afternoons with your children or music and dance performances in the evening. All events are free and they are happening at Kongresni trg square between 9th and 21st June.   – You can still catch a dance show today,…

Roman heritage in Emona Ljubljana

2000 years of the Roman city Emona, so where to see any remains from Roman times? City Museum of Ljubljana  with its Emona House and the Early Christian Centre archaeological parks host the most beautifully preserved remains of Roman houses in Ljubljana. The Jakopič Garden, named after the famous Slovenian Impressionist painter Rihard Jakopič, is…

Roman city of Emona and Ljubljana city tours

As this year Ljubljana is celebrating 2000 years of the roman city of Emona, numerous events, tours and exhibitions will be organised for the public to learn more about Roman times in Ljubljana. After 1st May you will be able to experience the Roman Emona dressed in a Roman attire and accompanied by a Roman…

New Slovenia Travel Guide

Our new tourist guide on Slovenia is out! Order your free copy and prepare your holiday with all necessary information what to visit, where to go, how to travel around Slovenia as well as our personalised tips: – map of Slovenia, – an overview of Slovenia, – its position within Europe, – suggestions how to…