Slovenia is a modern European country which at the same time managed to preserve its exceptional nature and cultural heritage. The country is safe in all aspects, and the quality of life is high.
Besides Slovenian airports, from which the connections are somewhat limited, larger international airports are located in the neighboring countries two hours away by car. The branched highway makes a small country even more accessible. The rest of infrastructure is of high-quality, internet and mobile coverage is almost one hundred percent.
Kindergartens are well organized and of high-quality, public education is free, and the various private elementary and secondary schools are also available. Health is of high-quality and accessible.
The towns are small, including the capital city, Ljubljana, considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world, which at the same time can be crossed by foot. The selection in Ljubljana and elsewhere is on a high level, and Slovenian gastronomy is known as one of the best in the world. Slovenia is proud of its exceptional nature and is therefore described by many as the green gem of Europe. It extends from the Alps to the wine-growing hills, from the Adriatic Sea to the Pannonian plains, and a large part of the state is protected in the form of nature parks and within Nature 2000. Since the country has a multi century history, cultural heritage is also diverse and interesting.
The official language is Slovenian, and the majority of the population speaks English excellent, as well as many other foreign languages. Besides that, Slovenians are hospitable and always ready to give information and that is why communication is simple and pleasant.
Ljubljana is a hidden gem of Europe. Along the Ljubljanica, the old part of the city stretches, whose roots date back to Roman times and which received the strongest seal in the Middle Ages. The narrow streets, with magnificently renovated buildings with attractive stores and great shops found on ancient squares, spread their hands across many bridges up to the fortress above the city. Many love Ljubljana for cultural heritage and architecture, and most of them fall in love with its greenery. Countless avenues, oases, parks, green river banks, beautiful Tivoli, Golovec Hill and the memorial green road around the city, some years ago brought the title Green Capital of Europe.
Bled is a place from the alpine fairy tale, one of the most picturesque tourist destinations in the world. In the middle of the beautiful blue glacier lake, surrounded by a beautiful hiking trail, there is an islet covered with greenery, and on that islet there is a small, ancient church. Among the walls above the lake a magnificent castle is located, and the background is painted by the alpine peaks. Traditional boats are sailing along the lake, and in the cottages and hotels next to the lake a traditional Bled sweets - krempita, famous Slovenian delicacy and other specialties of the country, otherwise known for good cuisine, are served.
Along the Slovenian seaside, which is barely 42 kilometers long, there are hidden places worth visiting, strung as pearls on the necklace. Izola’s tranquility provides peace even in the summer season. Piran, a medieval city with a romantic marina, is ideal for walking and relaxing in taverns. Portorož is reminiscent of the city summer resorts from Fellini’s films with a long sandy beach on the one side of the coastal road and restaurants in the shadow of the hotels on the other. The Sečovlje Saltworks, where the salt is processed in the same manner as 700 years ago, offer relaxation for the soul and unforgettable view of hundreds of birds, deserted Soline houses and long fields of salt water.
Postojna hides its beauty under the earth. Namely, in the world it is famous for one of the most beautiful karstic caves in the world, the Postojna Cave, which offers 5 kilometers of road to visitors, a huge stalagmite and other beautiful karst forms, and a natural concert hall with incredible acoustics. The “dragon” lives in the cave, the olm that visitors can sometimes see. About 10 kilometers from Postojna lies, half mounted in the rock, the Predjama Castle. The 13th-century castle is restored and even encourages many legends, from how its master Erazem died, to how they found the real treasure of the castle.
The Emerald Soča River offers the beauty of a virgin nature and an opportunity that awakens the child in us. The road is carved through the walls of the glacial valley of Trenta, all the way to the Adriatic Sea, and these two together create a unique landscape, ideal for exploring and enjoying. It offers a rich authentic local cuisine, famous for its excellent cheeses, and primarily offers a wide range of main and air sports for all tastes. Above it is Kanin, the only Slovenian high mountain ski resort that is also well visited in summer because you can reach it by gondola, and from the top a view spreads all the way to the sea.
Prekmurje is a mosaic of plains and hills, the farthest end of Slovenia from where spreads the view of the Austrian mountains, the Hungarian plains and Croatian hills. It is a landscape of old crafts, wine cellars and excellent food, river beds, mills and storks. It is ideal for mountain climbing and biking as the field is light and open. You can embark on the discovery of the sacred heritage that reaches to the mysterious knights templars in the village Selo to Plečnik’s White Dove in Bogojina. Prekmurje also cures: next to the Bukovnik Lake there are healing energy points, water from the spring also has healing properties, some of the thermal springs have a long tradition of several thousand years, and they will please you anytime you wish.