Alpine Slovenia

Activities among the highest mountains and the wildest waters.


Lake Bled and a castle perched on a cliff is one of the most beautiful Alpine resorts in Europe.

Bled is an image of paradise. This tourist gem of global dimensions on the edge of the Triglav National Park was nominated one of the seven new wonders of the world.

It is distinguished by a mild, healing climate and thermal springs of lake water.

Kranjska Gora

A world-class ski centre nestled in the Julian Alps at the triple border point of Slovenia, Italy and Austria

Kranjska Gora is an attractive mountain and tourist sports centre throughout the year.

In the winter it sees Alpine skiers compete and top ski jumpers break new records at the near-by Planica.

Cyclists endeavour to conquer the highest Slovenian mountain pass, and hikers can stop by many points of interest.


An oasis of peace and pristine nature in the Julian Alps and in the Triglav National Park.

Bohinj is a paradise valley embraced by the Julian Alps.

Lake Bohinj that lies in the heart of the Triglav National Park, one of the oldest national parks in Europe, is the largest Slovenian natural lake, nested at the foot of unspoilt mountains and mountain tops.

Soča Valley

Escape on an active break in the picturesque world of the Julian Alps, the Triglav National Park and the emerald River Soča.

The Soča Valley is the leading outdoor destination in Slovenia, it is a valley of action, festivals and discoveries.

The emerald green river enables various water sports and numerous thematic trails run along the river that uncover the heritage of the First World War as well as other stories of the valley.


A town of sweet adventures on the doorstep of the Julian Alps

Radovljica, a medieval town with a moat and views of the Karavanke Alps and the Julian Alps, is known today as Sweet Radovljica (Radol'ca).

The tradition of beekeeping and honey is supplemented with new sweet experiences.

It has become a real capital of beekeeping and chocolate.


The capital of the Slovenian Alps, where you stand with one foot in the city and the other one in nature.

Kranj has always been the capital of the Slovenian Alps and is considered the cultural heart of Slovenia because of the greatest Slovenian poet France Prešeren.

The special feature of the town is a river canyon in the town centre.

Maribor – Pohorje

The Styrian capital at the base of the green Pohorje Mountains

Maribor – Pohorje is a great starting point for those who want to discover the features of Eastern Slovenia.

Ski slopes and hiking and mountain trails abound in the green hills of the Eastern-most part of Alpine Slovenia – and all just a stone’s throw from the city.

The centre of the city boasts the oldest grapevine in the world.

Rogla - Pohorje

A world in the heart of the Pohorje Hills with beneficial Alpine climate and green forests

Rogla – the Pohorje Hills attracts with extensive forests, peat bog and lakes.

Trails connect Rogla with ski slopes and Zreče with its thermal water with interesting villages.

The Žiče Charterhouse with the oldest bar in Slovenia is located near Slovenske Konjice, and KSEVT, the Cultural Centre of European Space Technologies by Herman Potočnik Noordung, is not far away either.

Upper Savinja Valley

An idyllic valley with an incredible natural backdrop where time stands still.

The Upper Savinja Valley and Logar Valley with the crystal-clear green River Savinja – preserves the of indigenous Alpine life.

Feel nature in an iconic glacial valley, a tour in the Kamnik and Savinja Alps, on the Solčava Panoramic Road, the route with the most beautiful views, in a flower garden, or on the white slopes of the Golte ski resort.


A hidden gem and a treasure trove at the eastern edge of the Alps

Koroška, a mountainous landscape with mighty forests that impresses with the treasures of Karawanken/Karavanke UNESCO Global Geopark, the subterranean world of Mt Peca, where you can go biking or kayaking, and with wide grasslands of the green Pohorje as well as an idle, dreamy character of the Drava River.


A region with priceless cultural heritage, where the Alpine world meets the Mediterranean.

With its rolling hills and green valleys, the Cerkno region makes for an excellent hiking and cycling destination.

In winter, you can have some fun in the snow on the most modern ski slope in Slovenia.

Cerkno is located on the Idrija Fault, a source of thermal water for the only Slovenian spa in the Julian Alps.

It is home to the world's oldest whistle and a unique Partisan hospital.

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