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Slovenia Located on the south of central Europe, Slovenia is this tiny country nestled between the Alps and the Adriatic Sea. To the many who have discovered this place, they call it nothing lesser than an Earthly Paradise. Slovenia prides itself on being an outdoor destination with an endless list of outdoor activities. The design is loaded up with a consistent amalgamation of Baroque exteriors and twentieth century styles that entrances Read More

Slovenia

Located on the south of central Europe, Slovenia is this tiny country nestled between the Alps and the Adriatic Sea. To the many who have discovered this place, they call it nothing lesser than an Earthly Paradise. Slovenia prides itself on being an outdoor destination with an endless list of outdoor activities. The design is loaded up with a consistent amalgamation of Baroque exteriors and twentieth century styles that entrances everybody. From the spouting waterways to the fragrant wines, there's considerably more to explore in Slovenia, for such a little nation with a populace of around 2 million. Our Slovenian holiday packages are curated for the adventurous as well as the laidback.

Places to visit and things to do

Ljubljana 

The capital of Slovenia, Ljubljana is an extraordinary place to visit with statues of dragons and gargoyles lining the city. The old town in Ljubljana has a dainty charm which hugs the base of castle hill. Its medieval architecture takes you way back in time alongside its fairy-tale like architecture with the old town squares and a mighty castle up the hill as if you were living inside a movie. Ljubljana’s most famous attraction, the Triple Bridge is one of Plečnik’s masterpieces which forms a grand approach to the picturesque 17th century church is located on Presernov Trg, the most beautiful place in Ljubljana. Our Slovenia holiday package includes this lovely city as a part of its itinerary.

Lake Bled 

This breath-taking body of water, ringed by the Julian alps is an astounding work of nature with an island in the centre of the lake and is only 55km away from the capital, Ljubljana. The small island situated in the middle of the lake is home to a 17th century church which will leave you astounded. The picture-perfect views of the lake once you climb 15 minutes up to castle Bled will leave you speechless. The lake is filled with a wide-variety of fishes. Renting a rowboat to explore the beautiful lake is a must try experience. Riding a horse on the shores to explore the peripherals of the lake are also a great way to connect with nature and go back to your roots!

Postojna Caves

Postojna is a moderately unassuming community in Southwest Slovenia, yet it is an absolute necessity see the marvel of nature with your own eyes. Postojna is known for its vast cave system, which flaunts an amazing 20 km (13 miles) of chambers, passages and galleries, some of which have roofs almost 50 meters (150 feet) high. There is even a train visit that takes you through pieces of the cavern framework, and afterward you can stroll through a portion of the additionally intriguing segments of the underground environment. North of Postojna is a medieval castle that is incorporated with the side of a cavern, making a fantastic presentation of design and engineering feat that you need to see to believe.

Triglav National Park

Triglav is a National Park, built in the year 1981 is situated in the Northwest region of Slovenia. It is located on the most elevated peak of Julian Alps and is probably the best spot to visit in Slovenia in summer.. This spot has a marvelous view overlooking the mountains. It is an immense territory and consistently enormous quantities of traveler come here to visit the sole national park Slovenia has. For jaw-dropping views, you can endeavor to climb Mount Triglav, or you can take the simple course and ride on the Vogel Cable Car Ride. The bold can likewise cross the Vintgar Gorge on a wooden footbridge from the nineteenth century or climb a steep flight of stairs to see the gushing waters of the Savica Waterfall. Rafting on the Soca River is likewise a popular activity. The Slovenia tour package that we organise will help you to experience all the adventures you can think about.

Maribor

Maribor, located on the banks of the Drava River, is the second largest city in Slovenia. The city is situated in a locale celebrated for wine production and their lovely spa resorts. Maribor is likewise known for the Maribor Pohorje ski resort, which has the Alpine Skiing World Cup. This enchanting little town offers a pleasant time with incredible food and excellent wine. The Lent zone, which is the most established piece of the city, is known for delivering the most established wine on the planet, with a tradition of over 400 years.

Piran

Piran is a town on the Adriatic coast. Situated in the Piran Bay, it is a museum set in the open with rich cultural heritage and medieval architecture. The city is surrounded by walls and gates with the old center of the town within, brimming with astonishing architecture. Piran is one of the 4 urban cities on the Slovenian coast, other being Portorož, Izola, and Koper. In spite of the fact that its length is under 50 km, Slovenian coast is certainly  a site to visit, while being able to see every last bit of it in only a day! Known to be one of Slovenia's most beautiful cities with the pedestrian only old town filled with wine bars, narrow alleyways and gothic architecture is a place you must visit.

What to Eat

Slovenia is undoubtedly a foodie's dream destination. If eating top class dishes without having to destroy your wallet is what you are looking for, this is it. Slovenia offers a vast variety of dishes while being reasonably affordable. You can enjoy lovely traditional Slovenian food with a modern touch in most of the country with also providing many French and Italian restaurants throughout the country. Going on an interesting culinary excursion around the nation to find every district that has its run of the mill Slovenian food is something that is a must thing to do. However, for the best experience, it is ideal to visit traveller homesteads and old town hotels. In the event that the outing drives you to the mountain world, don't miss the mountain lodges, where Slovenian food is prepared according to the old recipes. Different and rich gastronomic proposal in Slovenia empowers you to taste the most unmistakable culinary dishes that exist in upwards of 24 culinary locales. You will find that Slovenian food is something exceptional due to the preparation of the dinner as well as the raw materials that are chosen locally to blend the flavours with the fresh materials to make sure that Slovenian food stands out. The Slovenia tour package will include famous restaurants and dishes that you must visit for the entire experience.

Best time to visit Slovenia

Most travellers consider summer to be the best an ideal time to visit Slovenia, when the climate is at its most optimum temperature, all of the sights are open, and the nation's various celebrations are going all out. Nonetheless, a rather large chunk of Slovenia's attractions, including the capital, are similarly as pleasant outside the summer months, and especially during spring and pre-winter, when the field hues are at their generally radiant, lodging costs are marginally lower and the crowds are somewhat lesser compared to summer. Slovenia's climate follows three particular patterns: in the northwest, there is dominating alpine climate, described as freezing winters, regularly with overwhelming rainfall and day off, reasonably warm summers, once in a while blended with short, vicious storms. However, with the wide scope of interests on offer here – skiing among December and March, and hiking, climbing and experience sports among April and September – a visit to the mountain districts can be appreciated at practically any time of the year. Beside Kranjska Gora in the winter, and Lake Bled and Lake Bohinj in the peak of summer, many of the resorts are at full occupancy which leads in difficulty in finding accommodation.

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Croatia Bosnia and Slovenia

7 Nights / 8 Days

Zagreb (1N) / Sarajevo (1N) / Dubrovnik (2N) / Split (1N) / Opatija (1N) / Ljubljana (1N)

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94,172

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Amazing Balkans

12 Nights / 13 Days

Bucharest (1N) / Sighisoara (1N) / Timișoara (1N) / Belgrade (1N) / Sarajevo (1N) / Dubrovnik (2N) / Split (1N) / Opatija (1N) / Ljubljana (1N) / Venice (2N)

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1,73,411

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