Slovenian sights from A to Z


Slovenia, that’s Pure Nature and Culture...

Slovenia unifies the sunny Alps, the picturesque Mediterranean, wild horses on green lawns and vast mystical caverns with more than 5,000 years of history.

There are more than 200 museums and art collections in Slovenia and furthermore it is richly blessed with architectural monuments, particularly at its capital Ljubljana.

More than everything else, Slovenia is a country with unnumbered churches and chapels, giving an idea of local artificial and architectural significance and the way of live of past times.



Arboretum, Tree Garden
Bled alt the lake, traditinal boat trips
Bohinj, oldest glacial lake
Cernica, largest percolating lake

Hrastovlje, fortified church
Izola, idyllic old town of the coast
Karst wine route
Kobarid war museum
Health resort Rogažka
Lipica, famous stud

Ljubljana, capital of Slovenia
The Castle of Ljubljana
Ljubljana: Prešeren Square
Ljubljana: National Gallery
Ljubljana: Town Hall & Robba Fountain
Ljubljana: Bishop´s Palace and Cathedral
Ljubljana: Roman city wall
Ljubljana: Tivoli Park
River Mostnica
Castle Otosec

Portorož, bathing resort
Castle Gewerkenegg

Partisan hospital Franja
Piran, romantic coastal town

Piran, Tartini memorial room
Piran, seafaring museum

Planica, giant ski jump

Pleterje, charterhouse

Postojna, cavern

Predjama, castle

Ptuj, castle

Rakov Škocjan, idyllic valley

Savica, waterfall

Škocjanske Jame, grotto

Snežnik, castle

Soča Valley

Socerb, castle

Secovlje, saline

Štanjel, picturesque settlement

Technical museum Bistra

Velika Planina, Alps

Vilenica, stalactite cave

Vintgar gorge

Vogel, ski resort

Vršic, mountain pass

Zelenci, nature reserve