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What to do in Slovenia

  • The hills and rivers of the Julian Alps and of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps offer the ideal place for snow skiing, treking, mountain cycling, rafting and kayaking.
  • The southern area is a region of innumerable caves.
  • Travellers can take pleasure in various spa resorts in the eastern part of Slovenia, take a dive in the Adriatic Sea, explore towns, or take pleasure in the countryside gastronomy and local wine.
  • Travellers can as well explore Bled's alpine resort and its lake with an island, the monumental stalactites and stalagmites in the Postojna caves where the graffiti suggest that the first visitors came there in 1213, pure, beautiful and nostalgic alpine world of Savinja and Salek Valley, the vibrant beachfront town of Piran, the Soca river, or the Trenta valley.


Slovene cuisine is greatly inspired by that of its neighbours, consisting of the Italian risotto and ravioli, pizza and numerous sorts of pasta, the Austrian Strudel and Wiener Schnitzel and the Hungarian goulash. Slovene foods are typically heavy, meaty and plain. A typical three-course meal begins with a soup (often made of beef or chicken) broth with egg noodles, after which a meat meal is served with potatoes and salad with vinegar. Typical mains consist of cutlets, a sausage and goulash, all normally prepared from pork, lamb and game, and there is as well a vast range of fish and other seafood.

Hostels in Slovenia

There are hostels in all of the high-tourist regions and towns in Slovenia. The typical price for a basic bed in a dorm vary from €10 to €15. A couple of the student dormitories are transformed into hostels in summertime, however these tend to be poorly situated and badly maintained .

Camping in Slovenia

Camping is not permitted in the national recreation areas of Slovenia, however there are different designated camping grounds. It's recommended to come with a camping mat, as visitors will most likely discover pitches containing little stones instead of comfy grass. Sleeping outdoors in a public area is not advisable. Besides the climate's humidity posing an issue, not many Slovenes may be comfy with seeing homeless people, and sleeping outside in a public place (especially in town and especially at night) can get you into trouble.

How to get to Slovenia

Slovenia is located in central Europe, and borders Croatia, Italy, Hungary and Austria. It is only a couple of hours’ travel from Venice or Vienna. Slovenia is simple to reach from neighbouring countries, with decent rail and road connections, and everyday air travels from innumerable European towns. As a maritime nation, Slovenia can as well be reached by sea. Most of drivers enter Slovenia by motorway. To drive on freeways in Slovenia you must have avignette, or face heavy fines. The motorway network in Slovenia is practically complete, with only a short section of the Dolenjska road yet to be constructed. Buses and trains to Slovenia run every single day from different European towns. There are everyday air travels from Slovenia’s main international gateway, Ljubljana Flight terminal, to a variety of European towns, featuring flights operated by two low-cost airline companies, EasyJet and Wizz Air, which fly to Brussels, Paris and London. Adria Airways, Slovenia’s sole carrier, has the most air travels to Ljubljana. Another opportunity is to fly to one of the foreign airports in the neighbourhood and access Slovenia from there by train, rented car or bus.

Accommodation costs in Slovenia

Slovenia features a range of accommodation facilites from high-end resorts to budget hostels, from spa and wellness resorts to tourist farms and holiday apartments. This is just a very rough price guide, costs can vary extensively relying on the season and specific location in Slovenia.

  • Budget accommodation is roughly under 50 € for double room
  • a mid-range room in a hotel costs 60-110 €
  • you will have to pay more than 110 € for a luxury accommodation

Prices can be higher in top season. If you stay at apartments, budget rooms, mountain cottages or at tourist farms look forward to pay 0.60-1.20 €/person tourist tax. As well if you stay less than three nights in apartment / holiday house you'll be charged 30 % more. So if you're only going to pass via Slovenia staying at a hotel is a much better option. Most visitors don't seem to realize the benefits of renting apartment. Campgrounds or youth hostels will be a decent option for you if you don't want to spend alot on accommodation during your visit to Slovenia.

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Best Time to Visit Slovenia

You can't pick a bad time to visit Slovenia. There's much to do and see in every single time of year. Spring is a really great season in Slovenia particularly April and May when interesting wild flowers bloom everywhere on the luscious highland meadows. Skiers will discover lots of snow at the winter resorts situated at higher altitudes till April. With the approach of long warm summer days more and more manifestations occur at the major tourist places, like the Ljubljana Summer Festivity or the Primorska Summer Festivity in July and August on the Adriatic Coast. If you wish to stay away from the wave of visitors than wait for late September to visit Slovenia. By this time children are back to school, families return to their home country and low season prices come into effect again. In late September the sea is normally pleasant enough to go for swimming.

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