6 landmarks you need to see when visiting Slovenia!


The Postojna Cave and Predjama Castle

The most visited Karst cave in Europe. Ride a train that goes through the cave and take a look at all of the underground masterpieces of nature, such as stalactites and stalagmites, galleries, halls and other water-made creations. The cave is connected with the biggest castle, built into the mouth of a cave, the Predjama Caste.


Bled and Lake Bled

Slovenia has only one island and it is located in the middle of a lake. On the island in the middle of the lake, there is a small church called the Church of Mary's Assumption. To get the best possible view of the lake and peaks of the Alps, you should visit the castle that is built on top of the cliff overlooking the lake.


Piran and the Sečovlje Salt Pans

All of the old port town, with the remains of it's medieval walls and all of the other landmarks, is protected as a historical cultural monument. Piran is the most beautiful city of the Slovenian coast. It owns it's prosperity to the Sečovlje Salt Pans. The Sečovlje Salt Pans are still producing the valuable "Fleur de sel", using traditional procedures.


Valley of the Soča river

Called the "Emerald River" because of it's distinct blue-green color, the Soča river is widely considered to be one of the most beautiful rivers in Europe. Besides all of the natural wonders, the Soča river also harbors a significant amount of the horrific history of World War 1.


Velika Planina

An almost magical hill with one of the biggest cow herding settlements in Europe. It is full of beautiful green pastures and small cow herder cottages, where you can take some rest and try the traditional milk products they offer.



Visit one of Europe's greenest capital cities, known for special vibe both during the day and during the night. You can read enthusiastic blogs about Ljubljana all over the internet and the friendly people and reasonable prices are even more reasons to visit this city.