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Where else in the world can you find so many sights to see and activities to partake in condensed into such a little space if not our Slovenia tour packages? Slovenia has a lot to offer, from the Julian Alps' highest peaks to the Mediterranean Sea; the cobblestone pathways of Ljubljana's old town to the Soa River's emerald waters; and let's not forget the alpine lakes of Bled, Bohinj, and Jasna. Not to mention the vibrant gastrono Read More

Where else in the world can you find so many sights to see and activities to partake in condensed into such a little space if not our Slovenia tour packages? Slovenia has a lot to offer, from the Julian Alps' highest peaks to the Mediterranean Sea; the cobblestone pathways of Ljubljana's old town to the Soa River's emerald waters; and let's not forget the alpine lakes of Bled, Bohinj, and Jasna. Not to mention the vibrant gastronomic scene on our Slovenia tour packages, which combines the finest of substantial Alpine fare with fresh Mediterranean cuisine, as well as a wine culture that rivals that of Italy or Croatia.


Furthermore, it is inexpensive, simple to reach, and incredibly easy to navigate for all kinds of tourists visiting Europe on our Slovenia tour packages. Even though we've mentioned it before, we firmly believe Slovenia to be the finest nation in all of Europe. This Slovenia travel guide has all the information you need to enjoy a fantastic trip there, so you can make the most of your time there. We sincerely hope you savor this nation on our Slovenia tour packages as much as we do.


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Slovenia, a mostly landlocked nation in Central Europe, is well-known for its ski areas, mountains, and lakes on our Slovenia package holidays. The Slovenian Riviera, a brief stretch of shoreline, is located in western Slovenia. And all along Slovenia's 46-kilometer Gulf of Trieste coastline are some stunning beaches.


Given the sub-Mediterranean temperature of the Slovenian Riviera, it is worthwhile to consider traveling to this undiscovered beach paradise as part of your Slovenia trip cost from India. Slovenia is the ideal location to enjoy peace and quiet while unwinding and tanning, unlike its neighbor Croatia, which is a well-known beach vacation attraction.


Slovenia's natural treasures go beyond the landscape and alpine vistas to include subterranean caverns. There are an astounding 8000 caverns in Slovenia you can viee on our Slovenia package holidays. Only 20 of these, nevertheless, are accessible to guests for exploration. Why? The 20 that are open give a fascinating peek of what is beneath terra firma because the others are either hazardous, too difficult to examine, or not fully explored generally. The most well-known and often visited caves as part of your Slovenia trip cost from India are without a doubt Postojna and Skocjan Caves, but it's still worthwhile to explore the others as well.


When to book our Slovenia tourism packages?


Slovenia, although being a tiny nation, has three distinctively different climates on our Slovenia tour packages from India. There is an alpine climate in the northern highlands, a more continental climate in the center plains, and a more Mediterranean climate in the western regions. The busiest and most favored season for travel on our Slovenia tour packages from India is summer. The weather is significantly more consistent from June to August, although costs do increase slightly and there are a lot more visitors around (especially at Lake Bled). Daily highs should be about 23°C (73°F).


The ideal time to go is in the shoulder season, which is either April–May or September–October, to avoid the crowds. You won't have to fight with the increasing number of tourists because the weather is nice enough to trek and explore the place on our Slovenia travel packages. The winter months are usually best avoided unless you want to go skiing. Temperatures in Slovenia can drop below zero during the winter.


What to eat on your Slovenia tourism packages?


Italian, Austrian, and Balkan culinary are all influences on Slovenian cooking. Goulash, schnitzel, and spicy sausage are common and accessible at most places on our Slovenia trip packages. When you're on the run, burek, a flaky pastry stuffed with cheese or meat, is a local favorite. Other well-liked meals include likrofi (potato ravioli) and ganci (a porridge served with sauerkraut). There are lots of mussels, fish, and squid along the coast. A pizza costs roughly the same as a cheap entrée at a regular restaurant, which runs between 8 and 11 EUR. Only the capital offers international cuisine, including Thai and Indian dishes on our Slovenia vacation packages. Count on paying between 7 and 13 EUR for a main course.


While a doner kebab can be purchased for about 3 EUR, a combination lunch at a fast food restaurant (like McDonald's) costs 6 EUR. A glass of wine costs between 3 and 5 EUR, a beer costs between 2.50 and 3 EUR, and a cappuccino or latte costs 2 EUR. The aforementioned flaky pastry known as burek costs between two and three euros in cafés all around the nation. If you want to splurge on your Slovenia honeymoon package, a three-course lunch with a drink at a restaurant serving traditional food costs about 15 to 18 euros. For a steak supper and beverage, costs are closer to 25 EUR. Restaurant Manna, Vino & Ribe, and My Dumplings of Slovenia were a few of our favorite eating and drinking establishments. If you want to prepare your own meals, a week's worth of groceries costs 30-40 EUR for basic staples like meat, potatoes, cheese, pasta, and seasonal produce.


Places to visit on our Slovenia packages:



Ljubljana Castle, which towers over the city, the Dragon Bridge, the outstanding European street art in Metelkova, and other intriguing landmarks are all found in Slovenia's vibrant, hip capital city. If you enjoy seeing unusual European towns, start your trip to Slovenia with a stay in Ljubljana!


As you stroll around this picturesque city and take in the numerous dragon statues that line the streets, you might get the impression that Llubljana is something unique. Aside from the dragons, Llubljana is rich of stunning Baroque architecture, and it is said that Jason and the Argonauts slew a monster like to this one there in ancient times. Along with its sculptures and other works of art, the city is renowned for its little squares that ring the area known as Old Town. Ljubljana Castle, which keeps watch over the city, is accessible by funicular if you don't feel like hiking up; you can also climb the clock tower to take in the breathtaking views.



Slovenia's second-largest city, which is surrounded by wine-growing hills and is full of vibrant structures and an intriguing history, barely receives a small fraction of the tourists that Ljubljana does, but that makes it all the more compelling to visit. Come to Maribor, Slovenia's second-largest city, where the coveted title of 2012 European Capital of Culture was bestowed, to discover everything there is to know about the local way of life, particularly wine. Vineyards extend from the town of Maribor into the Pohorje woods, and the city is renowned for having some of the oldest grapes in the world and for the excellent wine that they produce. Like you might anticipate, there is also an annual Festival of Wine, and Maribor is ideal for wine enthusiasts wishing to see how wine is made from vine to table.



Piran, the gem of Slovenia's modest stretch of coastline, is unquestionably one of the most stunning spots to visit in the country. Piran is situated on a narrow peninsula that projects into the Adriatic Sea. Slovenia's Piran, as viewed from above. One of the top tourist destinations in Slovenia is Piran. Slovenia is located on the Adriatic Sea, and the town of Piran is a must-see seaside destination. With its Venetian-style buildings and winding cobblestone lanes, the town is easy to explore on foot while taking in the sea air. St. George's Church, which sits on a hill and commands the town's skyline, is another place you may go. If you do, make it up there, you can enjoy uninterrupted views all the way to the sea.



This little town, which is located in the Soca River Valley and is dubbed the adventure capital of Slovenia, is a great starting point for exploring the river and everything it has to offer.



One of our personal favorite spots in Slovenia is the little town of Mojstrana, although this is less because of the village itself than because of what is right outside its door: unmatched access to the splendor of Triglav National Park and, if you're so inclined, Mr. Triglav.



Portoroz is a stunning resort town on Slovenia's Adriatic coast that is home to historical spa treatments, a lovely marina, and opulent resorts. It is Piran's larger, busier cousin.


Skofja Loka

This fairytale village is accessible as a day trip from Ljubljana; it is situated alongside the Sora River and is watched over by the charming Skofja Loka Castle, which you may see right now.


Gorge of Vintgar

One of the most beautiful spots in Slovenia is Vintgar Gorge, which has dazzling, gorgeous blue water, rugged walls, and a number of wooden boardwalks you can wander along. To fully see Vintgar Gorge from every viewpoint, it is well worth taking the 1.6 km-long boardwalks.


Triglav National Park

Triglav National Park is the jewel in Slovenia's natural crown. In addition to Lake Bohinj, several waterfalls, and Vogel, Slovenia's most well-known ski resort, the park contains Mt. Triglav, Slovenia's jagged peak, which serves as the country's emblem (and the mountain it was named after). This nation's lone national park is located in the northwestern section of the Julian Alps and bears the name of Triglav, the highest peak in Slovenia. The glacial Triglav Lakes and Mount Triglav are the park's main tourist draws, and it is protected from substantial building development in order to maintain the area's natural splendor.


Postojna Caves

Postojna Caverns, the most visited caves in Slovenia, are stunning and enthralling, with soaring ceilings and amazing formations. A 19th-century attraction that is still available today is a train journey through the caverns!

The Postojna Cave, a karst cave located just outside of the town of Postojna, is characterized by eerie bubbles and bubbling rocks as a result of the natural limestone that the waters of the Pivka River dissolved to generate the karst terrain. The second-longest cave system in Slovenia has a stalagmite dubbed Brilliant, which has also come to serve as the cave's emblem. Other noteworthy attractions include the underground train that takes guests deep within the cave, the Concert Hall (really a sizable cave famed for its amazing acoustics), and the Spaghetti Hall, so-named due to the design of the cave's passages.


Soca River Valley

One of the most picturesque rivers in the world is the bright blue Soca River, which is also one of the best places to visit in Slovenia. The Soca River Valley is full of outdoor adventure activities and ways to appreciate the river's beauty, including whitewater rafting, fishing, and simple hiking along it.


The Soca River, which flows through the same-named valley, is a magnificent hue of vivid blue that must be seen to be believed. The valley is breathtaking on its own and offers tourists a vast variety of native flora and animals to explore, but if you're looking for something a little more daring, there are a ton of outdoor activities accessible in this picturesque setting. Popular river rafting is a terrific way to soak in the scenery as you float past on the water, or you can take to the skies with activities as extreme as paragliding.


If you'd like something a bit more sedate, you may hike nearby or ride horses along mountain paths before stopping for a picnic at one of the many beautiful locations in the valley. If you're interested in facing the mountainous terrain, cycling and mountain biking are also growing in popularity in Slovenia.


Tolmin Gorge

If you're traveling to western Slovenia, make sure not to miss the 1-kilometer-long Tolmin Gorge with its ice-blue water!


Skocjan Caves

The Skocjan Caves are among the most unusual locations to visit in Slovenia. They include a captivating subterranean river that will make you feel as though you're plunging into a mythical country deserving of Tolkein's Middle Earth and have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Visit the Kocjan Caverns, a natural wonder, and be aware that you are also in the tallest hall of caves in all of Europe and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You may use a bridge to get from one side of the caverns to the other, giving you a sense of the system's size. The caves are situated in a massive, subterranean canyon. Visitors to the caverns may explore the stunning columns of stalactites and stalagmites, but you won't be alone there—a large number of critters, including more than fifteen kinds of bats, hide in the shadows.


Logar Valley

The Logar Valley in Slovenia is one of those places where the air just feels a little bit crisper and lovelier, and it is well worth visiting while in Slovenia. Overlooked by the sharp peaks of the Julian Alps and almost overwhelming in its natural beauty, the Logar Valley in Slovenia is one of those places.



Brda, sometimes referred to as Slovenia's Tuscany, is a tiny but renowned wine area that is well worth visiting and is home to a wide variety of delectable, internationally acclaimed wines, breathtaking vistas of the surrounding countryside, and charming towns.


Lakes and Waterfalls to visit on our Slovenia package deals:


Lake Bled

People will tell you that Slovenia, with its gloomy castles and lush forests, appears like something from a fairy tale, and the charming town of Bled is no exception. The community boasts a clear lake that is ideal for boat journeys to the tiny island with its own chapel in the middle, or if you're up for something more strenuous, you can go kayaking or canoeing. A popular hobby is visiting the Gothic Church, which is set on a hill overlooking the town, as well as biking and hiking around the lake. Another option is to use a chairlift to ascend the Straa Ski Slope and visit one of the well-known skiing slopes close outside of Bled.


The most famous of all these Slovenian tourist attractions (and a destination on many Europe bucket lists) more than meets expectations. Beautiful Lake Bled is a wonderful destination since it is so lovely and has Bled Island in the middle. Don't forget to visit Bled Castle, hire a rowboat for the day, and look for the greatest Lake Bled vistas while you're there! Although summer is the most popular season, Lake Bled and its surroundings are nevertheless very enjoyable in the fall and winter as well.


Savica Falls

The stunning Savica Falls, next to Lake Bohinj, are just a short distance from the road and are an extremely breathtaking sight.


Pond Bohinj

Beautiful Lake Bohinj is a must-see destination in Slovenia. In addition to swimming and other watersports, the terrain around the lake is famous for both long and short treks. It is less groomed than neighbouring Lake Bled, but just as stunning.


Waterfall Boka

This multi-step waterfall is really breathtaking, and it is surrounded by karst mountains. Aim to visit Boka Waterfall in the spring when the waterfall is at its most powerful if you want to see it at its finest.


Pericnik Falls

Pericnik Falls, one of Slovenia's tallest waterfalls, is incredibly magnificent, and unlike many other Slovenian waterfalls, you can hike up and around it to appreciate it from all sides.


Castles to Visit on our Slovenia family tours


Bled Castle

One of the most well-known tourist destinations in Slovenia is Bled Castle, which is perched high above the famous Lake Bled. This is mostly because of the breathtaking aerial views of Lake Bled and Bled Island that can be enjoyed from the castle and its grounds.


Predjama Castle

Predjama Castle, which was constructed in the 1500s on the site of earlier fortifications that had been destroyed, is situated in the mouth of a cave, making it one of Slovenia's most unusual tourist attractions. Visit Predjama Castle for an adventure that will leave you speechless. First off, the construction of the castle inside a cave at the top of a cliff that rises more than 120 meters is an engineering marvel unlike any other.

As if this weren't enough, the castle is thought to be over 700 years old and was once the residence of Erazem Lueger, a famous Slovenian figure who was once a knight and noble baron turned thief who is known for robbing the rich and giving to the poor while also challenging the establishment in Slovenia. The castle frequently hosts reenactments, such as the July jousting in the middle ages.


Rihemberk Castle

Rihemberk Castle (also known as Branik Castle) is a beautiful spot to visit in Slovenia with a tower dating to the 13th century that is every bit the storybook picture of a castle and an excellent setting on a high hill above the settlement of Branik.


Castle in Ljubljana

Ljubljana Castle, one of the most visited castles in Slovenia today, has been towering above the city of Ljubljana for the past 900 years. A funicular takes tourists to the top of the hill it is perched on.


Zovnek Castle

One of the earliest castles in Slovenia is Zovnek Castle, which is really one of its remnants today. It was first recorded in documents in the 12th century and is accessed by a short hike from the road. If you’re looking for an offbeat and beautiful spot to add to your list of the best places to visit in Slovenia, consider checking out Zovnek Castle!


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Slovenia is not widely recognized as a skiing destination, despite the fact that it should be given that higher elevations have snowfall even in the summer. You may enjoy downhill or cross-country skiing tracks in Vogel, which rises above the unbelievably beautiful Bohinj Lake. There are many parts available depending on your skill and degree of fitness. One of the nicest things about Slovenia is that people who prefer winter sports may indulge in their hobby from December through May, when the nation is essentially assured to get fresh, fluffy snowfall.



The thermal waters of the town of Lako are not to be missed whether you feel like you might be in need of some rest and relaxation or simply desire a soak in a comforting warm bath. Locals and tourists alike have flocked to the region for ages to take baths because the waters are supposed to have therapeutic and revitalizing effects.


Rogatec Open-Air Museum

Go outside and check out the farm-themed Rogatec Open-Air Museum for a slightly different museum experience. The museum places a strong focus on educating visitors about Slovenian folklore and local customs, and there are workshops and arts and crafts activities where you can try your hand at basket weaving, bread making, or even blacksmithing. Visitors may also explore a neighboring estate from the Renaissance era to learn more about Slovenian history and customs from the 18th century onward.


Logarska Dolina

A valley in the Alps called Logarska Dolina is ideal for leisurely strolls among age-old woods. The valley was originally formed by a glacier during the Ice Age, which also left behind the basin that gives the region its trough-like appearance. This region is frequently utilized as the base camp for those with the courage to climb the formidable peaks of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps. The valley is divided into three unique regions: the lower, central, and higher portions. Visitors may meander through beautiful meadows in the lower and central regions. The valley's higher reaches are where the woods start to take hold, and the entire area is now a regional park that ensures that visitors can marvel at the local plant and animal life in a pristine environment of almost untouched natural beauty.


Vršic Pass

The Vric Pass, which rises to a height of over 1,500 meters, is known as the highest mountain pass in Slovenia's Julian Alps. A road dubbed Russian Road, which dates from the early 20th century, runs the whole length of the pass before descending to the Soca Valley. The pass is widely recognized for being a great location for hikers looking for shorter outings as well as climbers wishing to take on one of the nearby summits, some of which soar to over 7,000 feet. There are several wonderful mountain lodges in the region to select from if you wish to stay there and experience the native way of life.


Blejski Vintgar

The Vintgar Gorge is located outside of the city of Bled close to the town of Podhom and is regarded by locals as one of the most well-liked tourist destinations in Slovenia. The Radovna River neatly divides the valley, and there are bridges, trails, and observation galleries that traverse the length of the region to allow tourists to fully explore the gorge and take in the breathtaking views.


Places to Shop from in Slovenia:


1. Central Market

The Ljubljana Central Market is a shopper's delight. Additionally, it is a location where locals congregate to have a great time. The market is also the main location for Slovenian goods and eateries. It consists of the open-air markets in the Vodnikov trg and Pogacarnev trg squares, a covered market situated between the two squares, and tiny food stands along the river Ljubljana.


The purported "Plenik's Covered Market," envisioned as a two-story array of riverfront exhibit corridors following the curve of the waterway and created by Joe Plenik allegedly between 1940 and 1944. The top storey contains stores selling Slovenian goods. A fish market, a small restaurant serving fish, and the "DobraVaga" Art Gallery are located in the bottom storey. The Central Market is turned into a neighborhood celebration of food and drink during the summer, especially on Friday evenings.


2. Europark Maribor

The largest and most cutting-edge retail complex in Slovenia is called Europark Maribor, and it is situated on the Drava River's right bank. Additionally, it serves as a hub and a well-liked platform for many young businesspeople. This retail complex has over 119 specialty businesses, restaurants, and boutiques spread across more than 40.000 m2, after being enlarged by 15,800 m2 in 2007. The store offers a wide range of goods from well-known brands. Children may enjoy a number of the attractions at Europark Maribor as well.


3. Galerija Mikame

Shopping at Slovenia's Lake Bled is a delight in and of itself. There are clusters containing a variety of regional Slovenian goods. The Galerija Mikame in Bled is one such store. Despite having a name that could make you think of Japan, the store has a variety of genuine and excellent Slovenian goods. The store sells handcrafted leather goods, lace accessories, blankets and tea towels, glass bottles, and unusual t-shirts, among other things. The goods' trendy and hipster-like appearance greatly appeals to younger generations. Make sure to visit this location if you want to gather souvenirs and take advantage of the services the business has to offer.


4. Zoofa

The go-to place for regional brands and accessories is Zoofa. It is situated on the Ljubljana River's western bank. Zoofa promotes local talent by featuring creations from regional designers and artisans. More than two dozen local designers are represented by the store's selection of women's apparel and accessories. Each collection at Zoofa is distinct, connected by a shared sense of style, and spans from colorful and athletic to subdued and elegant. Along with selling goods from the neighborhood, the business is also renowned as a pop-up shop. Make sure to visit it and add extra vibrant clothing to your closet if you want to quickly adopt Slovenian culture.


5. Trgovina Ika

Trgovina Ika, a tourist destination in Slovenia, is situated directly across from the Cathedral of St. Nicolas and the Vodnikov trg. This gift shop, art gallery, and fashion store in Slovenia showcases the creations of regional designers and artisans, ranging from jewelry and clothing to paintings and ceramics. Make sure to buy their handcrafted products with a modern twist if you enjoy both handmade and contemporary stuff. The nicest accessories may be found here, and the fashion basis is strong. The shop takes every credit card type for the convenience of its customers. The customers of the business are fluent in English, Italian, French, and Spanish.


6. Lotos

Lotos on the Ljubljana embankment is the place to go if you enjoy baked goods. High-quality baked goods from Lotos, including as strudel, muffins, biscuits, and the nostalgic cupcake, are well known. The location is particularly well-known for its mouthwatering jams and marmalades, which are made in more than two dozen kinds. The jams are jam-packed with fruit, including strawberry, mandarin, kiwi, and pomegranate. If you want to surprise your friends or family with something healthy and tasty as a keepsake, you may buy little jars of jam. As a family-run company, Lotos makes jams without the use of artificial preservatives or colors. In this store, you may purchase jam in more than 25 different tastes.


7. Treasures of Slovenia

Its own title, "Treasures of Slovenia," is a paradise. After entering this store, you'll be astounded and enchanted. It is comparable to entering "Aladin's cave." This store's shelves are stocked with a wide selection of foods, beverages, and handmade goods. The shelves frequently leave those who pass by unsure of what to buy. The highest quality chocolates, cookies, handcrafted beers, and Villanova, sometimes known as pear brandy, are what draw customers to this establishment. You must give yourself enough time because there are so many options in this store. You may find whatever you're searching for here, whether it's a gift, a souvenir, or you just want to try a local delicacy. As the name implies everything will feel like treasures.


8. Castle Souvenir Shop

Castle Souvenir Shop in Ljubljana is directly tied to the castle and the legends that have evolved from its past, complementing its location. The goods at the shop preserve the romantic memories of the castle, and each item has a background tale. You won't be dissatisfied with the wide selection of items the shop has to offer, and the packed goods of the Castle sing the history of the castle. It is certain that "Castle Souvenir," whether it be a piece of silver jewelry, clothing accessories, or even food products, will always remain in your memories.


9. Nama

Nama is located in the city's center, Ljubljana. People of all ages love this shopping mall since it is the oldest department store. Nama displays both domestic and international goods. The fourth story of the business has interior décor, while the top floor is reserved for children. Customers who wish to dress stylishly and funkily should go to the third floor. Women and men who are drawn to well-known brands and merchandise should shop on the middle two floors. Additionally, a variety of food and beverages are available in the basement if you're hungry.


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