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Flights to Slovenia

Flights to Slovenia

Slovenia, a carousel of diversity

Slovenia is a small country, but a friendly and diverse one, full of contrasts. If you get bored of the city, the countryside is always close at hand. Forests, mountains, rivers, lakes and sea offer challenges for extreme sports enthusiasts and skiers and quieter pleasures for nature lovers. Explore the underworld in Postojna Cave. During your vacations in Slovenia visit picturesque Bled and Bohinj Explore the Triglav National Park. Relax in a thermal spring in one of the country's many spas. We present to you here the most interesting parts of Slovenia: the ones you simply must visit and experience.Next to that, we will help you to find cheap tickets to fly to Slovenia.

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Ljubljana – a small city with a big heart

Slovenia's friendly and manageable capital city will charm you with its vibrant atmosphere and many interesting sights. Climb up to Ljubljana Castle, wander through the charming Old Town, watch the world go by from one of the many cafés and bars lining the river Ljubljanica, or spend the day in one of the museums and art galleries.

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Ljubljana is already one of Europe’s greenest and most livable cities, boasting a friendly cafe culture by day, and vibrant nightlife after the sun sets.˝

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Maribor – embraced by vineyard-covered hills and the Pohorje massif

Slovenia's second-largest city stands on the river Drava. Walk through the old town centre by the Drava embankment. See the famous 400-year-old vine in the Lent district. Feel the city's lively cultural pulse during the Lent Festival. Maribor is also a good base from which to visit the Mariborsko Pohorje – popular with skiers and snowboarders in winter and hikers and cyclists in summer – and the picturesque vineyard covered hills.

Piran and Portorož – pearls of the Mediterranean

Slovenia's coast is just over an hour's drive from Ljubljana. Its heart is the picturesque little coastal town of Piran, with its cobbled streets, charming old houses and attractive squares. Its neighbour, with a very different character, is the tourist resort of Portorož, with numerous hotels, swimming pools and a long sandy beach where you can laze away the day beneath a colourful umbrella.

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The Karst

The hilly region between the Gulf of Trieste and the Vipava Valley, with its winding roads, picturesque stone villages (the most beautiful of which is Štanjel) and many caves is popular both with nature lovers and those who enjoy fine food. The Karst is famous for its many delicacies, including air-dried Karst ham, jota and the local Teran wine.

Postojna Cave and the Škocjan Caves

Postojna Cave is the most popular tourist attraction in Slovenia and has been attracting curious visitors from all over the world for 200 years. The cave is full of natural and cultural wonders, including the stalagmite known as the Brilliant and the nearby dripstone column – symbols of Postojna Cave – and the remarkable Proteus or 'human fish'.

Škocjan Caves are the most important underground phenomenon in the Karst region and Slovenia are among the most important caves in the world. Due to their exceptional significance, the Škocjan Caves were entered on UNESCO’s list of natural and cultural world heritage sites in 1986.

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Predjama Castle

Just 10 kilometres from Postojna Cave is an unusual castle, 700 years old, perched halfway up a lofty cliff. Once the imposing home of Erasmus of Predjama, a wily knight who, according to legend, held out against the imperial army for a year and a day, the castle is today open to visitors in all its beauty. In summer a colourful medieval tournament is held on the lawn in front of the castle – well worth a visit.

The Lipica Stud Farm

Visit one of the oldest stud farms in the world, the home of the famous white Lipizzaner horses. The 400-year-old Lipica Stud Farm lies hidden in a wonderful Karst landscape. Learn about the history of the stud farm and the famous white horses in their place of origin.

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The Soča Valley

The turquoise 136-kilometre-long Soča, which has its source in the Trenta Valley, is a magnet for all extreme sports enthusiasts. Try rafting, kayaking or canyoning. Or perhaps you would prefer fishing for the famous marble trout, or cycling through the beautiful valley. Take a break and enjoy good food in Kobarid, Bovec or Tolmin, and stop off in picturesque Most na Soči.

Triglav National Park

Slovenia's only national park, in the Julian Alps, will enchant you with its beauty and offer a pleasant refuge from the summer heat. The imposing 2,000-metre-plus mountain peaks, including Mt Triglav, the highest of them all (2,864 m), and the valleys of the Triglav National Park have enjoyed protected status since 1924. Today the park covers an area of 838 square kilometres. The park is a paradise for hikers and climbers. It also contains numerous lakes, the largest of which is Lake Bohinj, while a visit to Blejski Vintgar, a remarkable river gorge, is an unforgettable experience.

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Bled and Bohinj

Magical Lake Bled, with its fairy-tale island crowned by a romantic little church, is a popular destination. In summer take a boat trip or hire a rowing boat (in winter, when the lake freezes over, you can skate on it). You can also bathe in the lake or walk around it and sample Bled's famous cream slice. Not far from Bled is Bohinj, with a much larger and even more astonishing lake on the edge of the Alps – very refreshing on a hot summer day. Then there is the famous Savica Waterfall, the most visited waterfall in Slovenia.

Logarska Dolina

One of the most picturesque Alpine glacial valleys in Europe offers you a chance to get away from the bustle of the city and enjoy the embrace of wonderful nature. In the heart of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps you will find green meadows, mountain pastures, farms and many natural curiosities. In harmony with nature and tradition, in the embrace of the mountains, you will find opportunities for hiking, climbing or cycling and the chance to sample delicious local food.

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Winter sports

Slovenia offers skiers and snowboarders a wide range of ski resorts, easily accessible from the major towns and cities. Kranjska Gora and Mariborsko Pohorje traditional World Cup venues, while Planica is famous for ski jumping. Among skiers, the most popular resorts are Krvavec, Rogla, Vogel, Cerkno and Kanin. Snowboarders will enjoy Vogel, Rogla and Kranjska Gora. If you prefer cross-country skiing, we recommend Pokljuka and Logarska Dolina. For a real thrill, try night tobogganing from Vršič, Velika Planina or Vogar.

Spas and health resorts

Banovci, Lendava, Ptuj, Čatež, Dobrna, Olimia, Radenci, Rogaška Slatina (with the famous Donat Mg natural mineral water), and many more besides... Spa tourism has an enviable tradition in Slovenia. Natural thermal and mineral springs have proven beneficial effects on health and are known to speed up convalescence and recovery. Comfortable, modern hotels, chalets, apartments and campsites offer you relaxation and fun in pools, gastronomic pleasures, sports and recreation, steam baths and saunas, and beauty centres with massage salons. Treat yourself to some indulgent pampering, fun for all the family or a natural health cure in one of the wellness centres, thermal baths or health resorts of which Slovenia has an abundance.

Adria Airways is the Slovenian airline company, with direct flights to the main Slovenian airport, Letališče Jožeta Pučnika Brnik. We can help you find a convenient flight to Slovenia.

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