Have you ever been thinking about visiting Slovenia? What if you choose this destination to be your next stop? Here I present you a list of 9 best places to visit in Slovenia. If you don’t know anything about this country, I bet you are going to fall in love with this place and will not regret visiting it. Here are some tips about which places you should visit in Slovenia. Keep on reading.
1. Lake Bled
Lake Bled is one of the most visited attractions in Slovenia and a must-see place when you visit Slovenia. Usually, it is enough a day or one-afternoon spending in Lake Bled. You will be impressed by its natural beauty, lake, island, and surroundings.
The old town of Piran is the most beautiful and touristic town of Mediterranean Slovenia. This picturesque town thrived thanks to salt pans and developed under the influence of Venice.
You will enjoy walking on narrow streets, admiring the medieval architecture, its church, and the central square. This town offers you the Maritime Museum, an aquarium, as well cultural events. Here you will find many seafood restaurants.
3. Soča Valley
4. Logar Valley
5. The Postojna cave
Lipica is another main tourist attraction of Slovenia, more known for Lipica Stud Farm, which is the oldest in Europe. This place is the origin of the Lipizzan horse.
You will marvel horses while watching the riding training and their shows. A guided tour will tell you more about these elegant Lipizzan horses.
7. Goriška Brda
8. Lake Bohinj
Lake Bohinj is the largest natural lake in Slovenia, located in the Bohinj Valley, which is part of Triglav National Park.
Lake Bohinj offers many outdoor activities. Lake Bohinj is perfect for swimming, kayaking, boat riding, windsurfing, fishing and sometimes even ice skating or just do some walks around the lake.
Lake Bohinj is much less crowded than Lake Bled, more natural, and only 30 minutes ride from Lake Bled.
9. Savica Waterfall
When you visit Lake Bohinj, do not miss Savica waterfall as it is another most visited attraction in Slovenia. The waterfall is near from the lake, about 20 minutes of walk on stone steps. The walk is pleasant with a lot of shadows and definitely one the best places to see in Slovenia
The view is stunning and definitely worth taking some photos.
The entrance is charged 3 EUR per person.
Ljubljana, the capital Slovenia, is the most populated city with around 300.000 inhabitants. It is full of cultural events during all the year and definitily worth visiting its museum and parks. We have written a full guide about places to visit in Slovenia in this guide.
Discover these beautiful places and create the best memories of your holidays. These were the 9 Best places to visit in Slovenia. This wonderful country is waiting for you.
Traveling has always been a part of my life. Since I was a child I’ve been dreaming to travel abroad, experience new cultures, speaking other languages etc. After working in a travel industry for a short time (and later dedicated myself to other professions), I’ve found interesting to start a travel blog with my life partner.