Postojna cave is the world's most captivating cave with magnificent cave formations and diverse fauna. Take an unforgettable ride on Postojna Cave underground train and experience a fascinating subterranean paradise shaped by tiny droplets over millions of years.
One of the loveliest towns anywhere along the Adriatic Coast, picturesque Piran sits prettily at the tip of a narrow peninsula. Its Old Town, one of the best preserved historical towns anywhere in the Slovenian Mediterranean – is a gem of Venetian Gothic architecture. It’s hard not to fall instantly in love with the atmospheric winding alleyways, the sunsets and the seafood restaurants.
On the edge of village Hrastovlje, among vineyards and olive trees you will spot a stone wall above which a bell tower of the church of the Holy Trinity peeks. The church was built in the 15th century and is famous for the fresco "Dance of the Dead”. It is a parade of various people from the society, who march together with skeletons towards death.
Kranjska Gora is a pretty alpine village with a wide range of restaurants, shops, bars, spas, pools and other amenities within easy reach. Kranjska Gora is also Slovenia's most famous mountain resort, partly due to hosting annual ski jumping at the world's highest jumping centre at Planica, and World Cup skiing on the Podkoren slopes.
Yes, it's every bit as lovely in real life. With its bluish-green lake, picture-postcard church on an islet, a medieval castle clinging to a rocky cliff and some of the highest peaks of the Julian Alps and the Karavanke as backdrops, Bled is Slovenia's most popular resort, drawing everyone from honeymooners lured by the over-the-top romantic setting to backpackers, who come for the hiking, biking, watersports and canyoning possibilities. Source: www.lonelyplanet.com
Many visitors to Slovenia say they’ve never seen a more beautiful lake than Bled…that is, until they’ve seen the blue-green waters of Lake Bohinj, 26km to the southwest. Admittedly, Bohinj lacks Bled’s glamour, but it’s less crowded and in many ways more authentic. People come primarily to chill out or to swim in the crystal-clear water, with leisurely cycling and walking trails to occupy them as well as outdoor pursuits like kayaking, hiking and horse riding. Source: www. lonelyplanet.com