Slovenia Activities Blog

Slovenia is an excellent cycling destination and the reasons for that are manifold. It might be one of Europe’s smallest countri...
 
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Slovenia, this remarkably charming and incredibly diverse destination we love to call home, has a powerful appeal that transcends ...
 
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Slovenia’s most iconic and largest glacial lakes are situated in sublimely beautiful locations and offer visitors tons of fantas...
 
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Bovec, the hub of outdoor activities in the Alpine region of Slovenia. It’s the place to be if you’re looking for some water-r...
 
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Nestled comfortably on the south side of the Alps between the Adriatic Sea, the great Pannonian Basin and the Balkans, an amazing ...
 
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Planning a trip to a new country can be both exciting and daunting. There are lots of different options available and it is not...
 
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“Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of riding a bike.” – John F. Kennedy Travelling to Slovenia offers an adventure of ...
 
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Hiking and happiness go hand in hand or foot in boot. -Diane Spicer Slovenia is a prime hiking destination. Finding the best hikes...
 
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The forests, hills and mountains in Slovenia are an exquisite experience. But only when explored safely and responsibly. Before yo...
 
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Named after Julius Caesar himself, these mountains are simply begging you to come, see and conquer them.   The Julian Alps ar...
 
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“A walk in nature walks the soul back home.” Few things in life clear the mind and fill the soul. There’s something about th...
 
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Yes, it’s the Via Alpina hiking trail. A wonderful walk along 5 international trails, through 8 countries and over 5000 km rangi...
 
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Slovenia is (also) an Alpine country. In the north and northwest, along the borders with Italy and Austria, stretch the Kamnik-Sav...
 
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Lake Bled is synonymous with Slovenian tourism. Why? Because it’s an idyllic glacial lake of unbelievably epic cultural and natu...
 
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Mount Triglav (2864 m) is Slovenia’s highest peak. Its name ‘tri-glav’ means ‘three-headed’, due to its three-peak shape...
 
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In Italian, via ferrata means “iron path”. And that’s exactly what this type of mountain rout is. It involves steel cables t...
 
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