Slovenia Attractions

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Architecture Museum of Ljubljana

Of all Ljubljana’s museums, the Architecture Museum of Ljubljana, now the Ljubljana Museum of Architecture and Design, is one of the city’s most unique - a ...  Read more


5 star rating: Highly Recommended 172 Reviews

The most popular tourist destination in Slovenia, Bled is a place for those who enjoy peace and quiet and stunning views of nature. Known primarily for its ...  Read more

Bled Castle (Blejski Grad)

The ninth‐century Bled Castle is the oldest in Slovenia, perched precariously 130 meters (426.5 feet) up on a rocky precipice overlooking the lake of the same ...  Read more

Bled Island

Marooned in the middle of its eponymous lake in the fairy-tale Julian Alps of northwest Slovenia, Bled Island is a minuscule rocky islet clad in tall beech ...  Read more

Bohinj Lake

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 11 Reviews

Slovenia’s largest lake is a tranquil oasis of pristine water lying in Triglav National Park northwest of Ljubljana. Bordered by the peaks of the Julian Alps, ...  Read more

Bohinj Valley

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 49 Reviews

The quiet town of Bohinj is a favorite destination for winter amateurs, with its ample opportunities for skiing, snowboarding, ice climbing, and ice skating. ...  Read more

Cankarjev Dom

With its slick, modern exterior standing in stark contrast to the capital’s dreamy Art Nouveau architecture, the Cankarjev Dom, or Canker Hall, immediately ...  Read more

Cathedral of St. Nicholas (Stolnica Sv. Nikolaja)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 27 Reviews

Ljubljana’s main church is also its biggest and the grand Cathedral of St Nicholas towers over Pogačarjev trg in the historic Old Town. Despite a history ...  Read more

Church of the Assumption

While the romantic position of the lovely Baroque Church of the Assumption on a minuscule mound in the middle of Lake Bled is enough to attract thousands of ...  Read more

Dragon Bridge

4.5 star rating: Recommended 30 Reviews

At each entrance to Ljubljana’s dramatic Dragon Bridge, a pair of menacing green dragons stand watch, their stone-sculpted wings poised for flight and ...  Read more


Despite its relatively small size, Hrastovlje is home to two of Slovenia’s most-unique features. The karst spring of the Rizana River, which flows through ...  Read more

Julian Alps

The highest mountain in Slovenia is Triglav, ascending to 2,864 meters (9,400 feet) in the Julian Alps and forming part of the country’s one and only national ...  Read more

Karst Region

Not limited to a specific municipality, the Karst (sometimes referred to as 'Kras') region is the land situated between Trieste Gulf and the Vipava Valley. ...  Read more


5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

The Venetian-era old city, with its crumbling building facades, picturesque streets and impressive stone detailing is among the most popular sites in this ...  Read more

Krizanke Summer Theatre

The mid-20th-century Slovene architect Jože Plečnik was responsible for much of Ljubljana’s rebirth as a cultured, elegant city; he built bridges over the ...  Read more

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