Things to do in Slovenia

In entire Europe, Slovenia is one of the most exciting countries with much extra ordinary diversity. This is where the mountains of the Alps, the Mediterranean, the Pannonian Basin, and the unique Slovenian karst landscape meet. Slovenia is famous for its different lakes, extensive forests and underground caves, which created the water in millions of years from the lime of the karst. In addition to the natural beauties, Slovenia offers many opportunities for outdoor sports and leisure activities, numerous cultural and architectural attractions and a wealth of culinary delights.

 

1)    Bled

 

Bled and its alpine lake with its famous islet is one of the most popular Slovenian holiday resorts. In the middle of Lake Bled is the small island with the pilgrimage church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin, above the lake towers the castle of Bled.

 

For a perfect gateway and many outdoor activities, you need to visit Bled Island. There are many things to do and many things to explore. People come here with families and friends to explore the undefined beauty of this place.

 

Vintgar Gorge is the most happening and coolest place in Lake Bled. It is only 10 minutes driving distance from the Lake Bled. But you must visit the place if you are in Lake Bled. The elevator walkway, the beauty of this place and different outdoor activities have made this place the most happening one. Visit this page to learn more about the Vintgar Gorge.

 

2)    The Logar valley

 

The Logar Valley or Logarska Dolina, where the Savinja River rises, is one of the most beautiful glacial valleys in the Alps.

 

3)    Bohinj

 

Bohinj with its picturesque glacial lake and untouched nature is the starting point of many hiking trails through the Julian Alps. This is also a must visit place for the tourist of Slovenia.

 

4)    Maribor

 

Maribor, the center of the Lower Styria region and the second largest city in Slovenia, lies on the Drau river between the Pohorje and a hilly wine-growing region. Maribor has a much different character than Ljubljana. Although settled early, the city did not flourish until the middle ages.

 

5)    The caves of Skocjan

 

The caves of Skocjan were created by lapping river Reka in limestone. In 1987, they were included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The caves of Skocjan are considered the most beautiful underground caves in the Slovenian Karst.

 

6)    Kranjska Gora

 

The world-famous ski resort Kranjska Gora is a popular sports and tourism center, known for its many natural beauties and the exceptionally scenic walking, hiking, cycling, and mountain trails.

 

So, these are must-visit places and things to do in Slovenia.